Daily capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1903-1919, September 20, 1919, Page PAGE EIGHT, Image 8

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    THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1919.
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A DEMOCRATIC TRAIN FOR A DEMOCRATIC PRINCE
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FOR Wild Mallard ducks. 344
Caioa St. 9-23
3 IWOM house for sale 803 f. Uber-
ty St. Inquire Warner IFennell. 9-26
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THROUOHBKBD Chrvstal White
Leghorn cockerels, breeding hens
and cock Ijird for sale. 695 8. Com
mercial St. Salem. ' : - - , 9-20
WAiNTED High school or Willamette
university student tor work atter
p. m. Apply circulation department
of Capital Journal between 6 p. m.
and 7:30 p. m. Monday. 9 22
WAiSTEI Girl for hand ironing. Sa
lem Laundry Co. tf
WAITED Oirl for marking or bun
dle room. Salem Laundry Co. tf
WAXTBD Oixl for shirt machine. Sa
lem Laundry Co. tt
TOR SALE May hatched pullets 80c
each. Alto tomatoes. Edna Daily, Bt.
j 3, box 279. Phoiy 40F5. 9-23
! FFTRiNilSHED rooms to fair visitors.
Clean beds, direct carline to fair
grounds. Close in to city. Between
Bush and Owen, 1060 S. Commer
cial. . tf
With the exception; of two private
era, "Killarney" and "Cromarty,"
which are loaned by Kord Shauirh
nessy, chairman of the Canadian Pa
cific Railway, and Commander J. K.
L. Ross, respectively, to the Prince
of Wales, there Is nothing out of the
Ofdinary about the enniprnent of the
distinguished visitor's train except
that it is brand new from engine
pilot to observation platform, and is
manned by the most efficient train
crews on the railway. When these
cars have served their purpose of
housinc the Prince for two month
on his trip across Canada, they will
e put into the regular service the
"
of waits'
same it my other equipment maJe
at Anpu Shops, the bipr Montreal
cur factory of the Canadian Pacific.
Besides the two private 'cars, the
train iB made up of conipurtment car
"Empire"; dining car, "Cunadu";
two sleeping cars. "Ciirnurvon" nnj
"Chester ; :ar "Chinook," and two
steel haffcage oars that house cold
storage plants, shower baths, sleep
ing quarters and a photographer's
dark room, drawn by one of sixteen
new 480.000 pound plant locomotives.
The private car "Killarney" is the
royal car. it has been decorated
with the Prince of Wales' feathers
and embraces a sriall observation
platform, observation compartment,
secretary's bedroom, shower bath,
dining room seating six and fitted
with writing desk and library,
kitchenette and chef's bedroom. The
train is equipped .with all mi-dern
devices for efficiency and comfort.
Ray To Attempt To Lower ;
Present 100-Yard Record
ynrd record in a special race this af
ternoon at Pershing stadium, Jersey
City. Tho event will 'bo one of the fen
1uns of the nntionnl A. A. U. all
around championship meet, in which' work by the government on the Crescent
WIDOW worth $50,000 income $300
monthly, anxious to marry honorable
gentleman. Write Mrs. Warn, 2216
Temple 'St., Los Angeles, Cal.
WANTED 2 or 3 rooms, modern apts.
in a modern elm. tan home. Best ref
erences. Call 1821 or write John Troy
63 N. Winter street. - 9 20
New York, Sept, 20, Joie Ray, na
tional mile champion and record hold
er of the Illinois Athletic clnib. will
t,y to lower Melvin Sheppqrd'a 1000 BUY IN SALEM ALWAYS A Little "Wailf Ad SrflS It
eight of Amerien't star athletes will City harbor.
compete.
Representative Lea of California wasl Sergeant Harry Hoxie, who prior to
Grant? Pass this week and said he h's enlistment was cashier in the state
would urge the immediate starting of 1sur"ce u"Pn"uu'1 "t,aicm, nns nr-
Morritt awaiting dichargo.
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ic Word Class Ad Will Sell It'
Wood and Combination Heaters
s
MASCOT
Wood Heaters
With cast Bottom, Top and Front
with large opening in the front and
top giving ample space to take in
large chunks. Neatly trimmed with ,
nickle making a very durable stove
throughout. Priced from
$18.00 to $22.50
See Window Display
COMBINATION
HENBS
COLD BLAST
IA1J
This is the heater that gives com
fort during the long winter evenings.
It burns either wood or coal with a
Duplex grate.
The draft regulating system is
complete, making it possible to get
most any heat desired.
Nickle plated, fire place front.
- $33.50 to $40.00
(See Window Display)
Perfection
Florence
$ 6.50
- $12.50
OIL HEATERS
VIGTROLAS .
Those long winter evenings are not far off. Have you bought that Victrola
to entertain your family and friends? Do not wait longer, but' buy it today.
Complete list of new Victrola Records.
YOU GET MORE
FOR YOUR MONEY
AT MOORE'S
GOOD BUYS ffl HOUSES
T room modern home at 1030 Hood
street. (Price $3200, cash, 3 years 6
percent .interest.
8 room modern home located at 465
North Commercial street. Price $4500.
Mi cash, balance 6 percent int.
8 room modern home with furniture,
located at 1370 State street. Price $5,-
000. ' s '
7 room modern home located at 1031
Union street. Price $2500. $1500 down
balance 6 percent interest.
& room modern home nt 1010 Oak
street. .Price $3000. '
8 room modern -house- at 745 Ferry
street, close dn. Price $3500.
room modern home at 620 south
18th street. Price $1650.
0 room modem bungalow at 1355
State, street. I'rice $6000. .. '
6 room modern houso at 735 Ferry
street. Price 2000. " ;-i ...
Fine residence lot close to state
house. Price $2500.
fine residence lot located on sFair-
moiint hill. Price $1550.
. t room moderil home' located close
in. Price $4000. '.
6 room modern home at 944 North
Cottage .street. Price $2500.! . . ..
7 room modern hfme located at 496
North 13th street. Price $4000. $1500
down, jalnnce 3 years 6 percent int.
5 room house at 1223 South 12th
street. Prico $!50. eush. -
4 Hiom modorn tmngalow located
1675 South Church street. Priee $1500.
If you want to 'buy a houso see
IW.H.GRABENHORST&CO.
WANTED Middle aged woman to
keep house for mn and wife, both
. working. Good place for right party.
Call 675 any time before 6 p. m.
9-20
WANTED Man of good habits neat
appearance and pleasing personality
between age 21 and 40 to take per
manent paying position in Albany,
Ore:,. For particulars phone 811 be
tween 9 a.m. and 2 p.m. Sunday. 9-20
SALESMEN Establish yourself in
business. Hell our products, get the
benefit of our permanent re-order
business. White for full particulars.
. Sunset Machine Co., 247 Golden Gate
Ave., San" Francisco, Calif.
275 State . street
9-23
A REAL FARM . '
: If you desire to purchase 46 acres
of the very best of sandy loam, 25
acre's In cultivation, IS in stump pas
ture, the remainder in timber, see the
John H. Scott Realty Co. at once. It
will raise the very best 'of crops with
out irrigation during dry seasons like
the one just past. You can see 8 acres
of corn on this land that will go 80
bushels to the acre or better. You can
raise from 200 to 50O bushers of pota:
toes per acre. It now has several acres,
of the very best of kale,' stock beets,
and carrots. There is no tbetter land
for strawberries, loganberries, raspber
ries, filberts, walnuts, or any kind ot
fruit. It has one acre in full bearing
family orchard good six room house,
good barn, and running water. It is
suibirrigated and will insure a heavy
crop, everv year. The price of $200 per
acre may seem high, but will not seem
so when you see what the land produc
es. $3500' cash, remainder on long time
at 6 percent. This land will pay you
wages and pay the incumbrance in two
years if you handle it fight. Will put
in for the above price a good team,
harness and wagon, good cow. full
"blood brood sow, 75 bushels of pota
toes, o tons of nay, all tools ana ma
chinery, and enough corn to fill a 40
ton silo. See us at one, if you are interested.
Rugs
Chevrolet Model 490
NO CHANGE IN PRICE
SS57o20
With a number of improvements. Pantisote top, improved springs, pivo.ted
head lights, more room front and rear seats, more clearance, and most im
portant of all every improvement does not affect the interchangeability with
previous models.
You are not buying an experiment when you purchase a Chevrolet for it
is the product of years of hard grinding tests.
WE MAKE THIS STATEMENT AND CHALLENGE ITS CONTRADIC
TION: "NO AUTOMOBILE FACTORY EVER BUILT A NEW CAR IN DE
SIGN THAT WAS PERFECTED THE FIRST YEAR AND THEY NEVER
will." v . ;
They always find a lot of weak spots that have to be strengthened and it
takes years to accomplish this. . '"
You never fii d a complete stock of parts canned by the dealer on a new
designed car. It takes years to get parts into the hands of dealers to properly.,
service the car.
When you own a Chevrolet the item of service does jiot' enter into the
transaction for you know the dealer carries all the parts, hence your service
is assured.
Meet us at the fair. We will be there with the improved Chevrolet at the
old price $857.20 and the service also.
F. G. DELANO
A. I. EOFF
SALEM AUTOMOBILE CO.
Distributors of Chevrolet and Scripps-Booth Cars and Republic Tires
SALEM DALLAS.
In these days of high pri
ces it is good to know' there
are rugs of sterling worth
that can be used to good ad
vantage to take the place of
the high priced article.
Wool fiber rugs belong to
this class. They are good
oking, furnish well and
give very good wear. -We
have them in the standard
sizes, 8x10, $15.75 to $18.00;
9x12, $16.75 to $21.00: Ask to
see them.
t or bed room use we have
a fine assortment of rice
grass and colonial rugs. 6x9,
8x10 and 9x12. Very attrac
tive designs, in blue, green,
tan, pink, and mixed colors.
Just the thing to furnish
nicely and at a low cost.
In tapestry Brussels and
Axminsters we have a good
assortment. 7.6x9, 8.3x10.6
and 9x12, sizes. These goods
were bought months ago,
and are priced fully twenty,
per cent less than the same
quality will be next season.
If anyone reading this add
think they will buy for less
within the next year or two,
they are very much mistak
en. If in tha market for rugs
see our , stock before you
purchase.
Our rugs are priced as low
as quality will let them go.
Chambers
Ml 1
Chambers
467 Court Street i.
Home of the Victrola
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