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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, FRIDAY, OCTOBE R3. 1919.
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PAPER IN MARION COUNTY INSURES THOHOUGH Dl
TB1BUTION.OF XOUR ADVERTISING.
.CLASSIFIED AD RATES.'
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advance, except where ad
vertisers have , monthly accounts.
Phone 479 W.
FOR SALE-4!ow an pig. I. II. Moore,
Salem, Rt. 7, ox 202A. 236
FOR SALE Vacant" 5 room bungalow.
C. O. Miller, Mnjion Auto Oo. 230
FARM for rent or sale. Inquire 1111
Mill St.; or phone 1712M. .233
WANTED 200 ewes' on shares,
"asture. T. P .Farrington.
Level, well cultivated
Turner, Or. 234
WANTED Carpenters, inside work,
ISalem scale. Erixou and Jones, 201
Masonic: Temple. 233
SALE At Salem good lots, $10
.'ii, $5 per month. Box 10 Marion,
,'t .t , , H I
OR SALE House and lot on North.
Church street, Call 374 N Church
street. -. - . . 236
FOR SALE Auto tire and accessory
business,: $5000. Address 333 care
FOR RENT Large furnished front
room suitable for two gentlemen, 359
Court St, Phone 1303M.- .
"WANTED At once man with teams to
haul wood. J. II. Seott, 40 Oregon
bldg. Phono 254 or 022. - 235
WANTED!) women experienced in
training lognmberries to help to tip
the canes. B. Cunningham, Phone 21
l'OR SALE Modern six room house
centrally located, electric light, gas,
furnace. Some fruit. Street- assess
ments paid. Inquire 805 Union St. 239
WANTED Housekeeping room for
lady with ten year old girl, country,
preferred. i W Journal. 235
AM closing out my new Zealand rab
bits, have about 30 of all sizes for
sale at 210 S. 14th. Phone 2092R. 236
EXCELLENT bargain, light 3 passen
ger car A. Wo. 1 shape, at a. sacrifice,
pawner going away. (See it at Marion
WANTED A woman to cook for six
or eight people, no washing, good
wages. Address box 45, Rt. 2, Gervais
Or. Phono SPlf. ' 236
FOR-SSALE Gentle driving pony
about. 14 hands 2 in. also harness and
rubber tired buggy; White- Leghorn
pullets and cockerels. A. Hawthorne,
Livesley station, Phone 41IF21. 233
SOIjWAV and late Foster peaches now
rijic-, bring boxes.-imlah fruit farm,
V-i Oliile from west end of Salem
ibridgo on Wallace road. Phone 52'F
11.- "'' ' 240
$3.50 PER- DAY paid one matt or wo
man in each town to distribute free
circulars , Economy . 2iou-Alooholie
flavoring. Permanent position; F. E.
Bafr company, Chicago. 234
FOR SALE 1918 Ford roadster, bv
owner, fine condition, good rubber,
two extra casings and tubes, haslers
extra light delivery bed and lots of
good accessories. Phone 1230R. 237
FOR SALE 5 acTes all in cultivation,
house and barn and other out build
ings, some bearing orchard and ber
ries, running water, car tare to Sa-
lem 13 cents, on good auto road. I
Price $1750, $750 down. Box 191
CO ACRES ricB loam, 5 room house,
bar.n, garage, potato house. All farm
equipment, wagon, buggy, harness, 4
horses, 8 cows, 100 chickens, 30 tons
oat hay in barn. Corn enough to fill
silo. On main county road. One
eighth mile to railroad station. Price
$90110. One third cash, balance long
- time, 6 per cent. D. E. Hurt, 208 Ore
gon building. 235
FOR iSALE Team mares, 9 years old,
26Gfl lbs. A-l team, gentle, true;
worked together since colts; S&in.
I?ufhford wag-on, first ela's condi
tion, double box, spring seat; double
breeching work harness; complete
$205. One, horse 12 years, 1500 lbs,
just-shod; first das? horte but poor.
$25,. Heavy set double breeching har-
l5fe-FAI LOANS-6 I
WE LOAN MONEY FOR FIVE YEARS. WE AL
LOW YOU TO PAY $100.00 OR MULTIPLE ON
THE PRINCIPAL ON ANY INTEREST DATE.
WE CLOSE OUR LOANS PROMPTLY.
i HAWKINS & ROBERTS
205 Oregon BuOding
nesa ed condition, $2r.50, 7 .mile
south -Salem, '.,. mi'.a enat Suimvside
school house. Box SA, Shurl Pearson
owner, v 35
FOR SALE Lot 00x137 feet with two
story house, 1240 Marion St., and out
buldings; room for garden, . fnnt
trees upon property. Price ; $1830,
$630 cash, 'balance equal payments)
one, two nnd three- years, 6 percent
interest. All taxes and assessments
paid to date. If sold iby Oct. 10th, pos
session given Nov. 1st. 191!). For
further particulars write, F. K. Wiley
owner, Central Point, Or., or see J".
A. Heath 390, 12th St., Salem, who
, will show property. - 234
FOR SALE Baled alfalfa hay. Phone
8F3. ' 234
GIRLS coaster wheel for sale, $12. 1133
Waller St. . . , 10-0
OR SALE Motorcycle with side car
cheap. 8F33 evenings-' ...... 234
I VULCAN gas range for sale cheap,
first class condition. Capital hotel.
FOR SALE Near' Waconda, 30 little
pigs. Ella M. Finney, Rt. 2, Gervnis,
Or. - 237
1 FOR. SALE Office- partitioning, in'
-eluding doors and windows. Capital
1918 Ford touring car for sale. Con
dition first class. 2303 Front St. Phone
'494 or 1267M. -. .'.i -.'.', .
FOR SALE 1918 Ford touring car for
sale, condition first class. 2395 Font
: St. Phone 494 or 1207M. "
FOR SALE Titan tractor and 3-bot-tom
plow, 8 foot tandem disc har
row. Box 8 Journal office. . 243
FOR SALE Pretty Collie pups. 2
months old, well marked; few left,
$7.50 each. Pea rev Bros., Oregon
bldg. Phone 663. 234
FOR SALE My farm of 117 acres
about 13 nuies south or Salem ana
2V& miles from O. E. depot. Very
best of river bottom land, nearly
in cultivation, rest timber and
pasture. Good orchard, fences and
buildings. $75 per acre. J-40 care
FOR SALE Loganberry tips. B. C.
Zielinski, Rt. 9, Salem.. 10-4
FARM FOR SALE 220 acres, 70 in
cultivation; balanco timber and good
. pasture,' fair buildings, good water,
' good fences, 3 miles to town, close
to school. Price $40- per acre, part
1 jtsash,- balance very- easy terms. A
good chance for a -man of limited
means to get a good farm that will
pay for itself in a few years. W. H.
Steveley, Stayton,' Qr. 10-4
FOR SALE 1915 three speed Indian
motorcycle, presto lights, tandem, 1
extra tire, leather leggins and tools.
Motor has been overhauled recently.
Will guarantee firBt class running
condition, for $100 cash. Write Mo
torcycle care Journal. 10-4
FERNS and palms and other potted !
plants for sale. Maruny 's green
house, 211 Miller St. Phone 916.
FOR SALE 6 room house, lot 75x150,
east front, barn and chicken house,
13 bearing fruit trees, at 249 -S. Cot
tage 8t. Call or address, Mrs. M. A.
Ferguson. 27Vi N. 18th St. Port
FOR SALE-Spitzeuberg and Baldwin
,am)es on the trees, 60c per box.
phone evenings, 64F21. Rt. 1, box
' ; ,. -
FUB SALE 10 aeres on paved road,
good 6 room house, barn, family or
chard. Price $4000, terms. 1). E. Hart
I 212 Oregon bl(tg. 233
pRACH pits for sale. Phone 324 or
r-ta Trover, drier. Rt. 4. box 54.
Phono 11F11. Price 4c lb, plus par
eel post or express. 10-4
FOR TRADE Or sale, 7 aeres near
Halls Ferry station, 4 room nouse,
two acres under cultivation, family
orchard. Call W Union St. 238
AUCTION sale, on October 4 on Let
teler place 2 miles west of Mill City, I
8 head of cattle, 1 ram, 4 sows, 33
pigs, 15 goats, implements, furniture.
and small, articles, win oe soiu ai 1
auction. Ben T. Luiltoll, auctioneer;!
:Niek Topolos, owner. 23 j
FARM SALE Monday. Oct. 13, 1919,
at the Joe Brumbuugh place, 2 miles j
cast of Chemawa and 6 miles north
of Salem on Silverten road. Colonel
W. F. Wright, auctioneer. J. F. Sav-,
lige, owner. .
FOR SALErA fine 8 aero- fim mod-
em house, good ibarn ;iul chicken
house and yard? 'peaches 'and cher
ries; compressed air wafer system.
'At Salem Heights', 1-8 mile west of
end of eat line. W. A. McOollum, 353
Harrison St., Portland, Or.. '237
BROOD sows and milch cows for sale.
FOR SALE 5 acres, about 4 acres in
cultivation, good house and barn;
strawberries, loganberries, other fruit
2 miles frdui city; very eiAy terms.
3 24-100 acres. 2 miles from' business
center;, iliesv river bottom laud; will
sell 011 installments.
I have several cheap houses on in
sfallments. " . . r . .. ..
List your property with me. I can
nfe at this:, time several 5 and 10
acre tracts, also city property. Mon
ey to loan on real estate. If you have
property nf any kind for excltange
see ine. H. Si. Radcliff, 4 Bavne
building. .-, 233
WOOD choppers wanted. Call Bless
ing's cigar store. 236
GIRL wanted for general house worn.
Phone 1367. 234
WANTED Good man to work on farm
and nursery. Phono 2.500J2. 23T
HELP WANTEUt-Five'flpplo pickers,
one month's; picking, 140. cents per
hour. Apply at : Woodfiu's barber
shop. ... 235
WANTED At once, men and men
with teams , for ranch work. Can
work all winter. Houses, wood and
pasturage furnished without charge.
E. C. Ilorst Co., Independence, Or.
C0NSUS. clerks (men, women), 4000
' 'needed;! $93 month. Age,. 18-50. Ex
perience unnecessary. , Examinations
Salem Oct. 18. For froa particulars,
write J. Leonard (former govern
ment examiner) 13S2 Equitable bldg.
' Washintgon.,: , - " . 10-3
WANTED 10 men to put down logan
. berry tips. B. Cunningham. Phone 21
WAITED .Girl for general housework
Phone 1307. 238
WANTED House to rent, prefer 7 or
8 room modern: Phone 972W. 234
WANTED Lady with small child,
wishes housework., Apply Y. W. C.
A. ., , , ... . ' 237
WANTED-Sales ladies over .18, experience-
not necessary. F. W. Wool
. worth Co.... . .....
WANTED For cash, 5 or 6 room mod
ern house, near carlinc. Phone 112F3,
W. L. Pray. 234
WANTED Clean rags for wiping ma
chinery at the Journal office. tf
WANTED Fluff nnd colonial rag
rug weaving. Cor. 20th and Mill 237
TEAMS WANTED Wood hauling.
Call at' Blessings cigar store. A. J.
Anderson. ' 234
WANTED To lease 30 head of ewes,
IF. M. Chittenden, 942 N. Water St.
Salem, Or. 236
WANTED Experienced maid, good
wages and noon lunch. Apply to
housekeeper Hotel Marion. 2Su
WANTED To buy secondhand bicycle
must be in good repair. Phone
W, or call at 1342 ,N. Capitol St
WANTED An assistant for the Ore
gon state hospital poultry plant. Ex
cellent pluce to learn the business.
. . . 234
WAJTKJJ 'Willamette university or
high school students, with bicycle
preierrcd, to carry paper route. Cir
culntion Dept. Capital Journal. tf
WANTED Home for 3 year old bdy,
country ipre.rerredt 'Fair wages to
right partv. Mrs. Elizabeth Edwards,
195 Frout'St. 10-4
WANTED A position as working
foreman on farm; married, no chil-
1 urea: cun Kve uesc wi ruiereuses,
Address Mr. L. Mizer, Salem, Rt. 7,
or can 4i. . Z3
WANTED About four refined young
indies wno want room and Board,
home privileges, modern house; two
bljock from university, one block
1 1 u in uusmcan vuncc, ivui ttiiu unci
half blocks from high school. Mrs,
Crozor, 194 6. Church. . 234
WK W A.N i JiVCH
W- 1.-... ............ V.,.. !t..l..t
tnat wo are getting snort on nouses
for sale. We want all kinds of houju
es. We .have a number of prospect-
lve purchasers who desire to pur
chase a home at once. See ng today.
John It. Scott Realty Co., 404 Ore
gon bldg. - '
Lost And Found.
LOST Agate brooch Wednesday af
ternoon in front of Rostcin's store.
For reward phono 2153R. 233
LOST Bay mare, -weight about 1200,
brand 4 O on left shoulder, $10 re
ward. M. LenzeTc, Rt. 8. 10-4'
SALEM WATER COMPANY Offie
eorner Commercial and Trade street
Bills payable monthly in advane
Phono 600. ;
RUGS cleaned 40-cents per rug. Phone
16. L. L. Bucknen. . . t 236
RUGS cleaned 40o .eaah. Phone 18. 10-6
W. BEAVER well driller. Phone 827J.
1165 N.-19th St. Salem, Or. 10-9
LEAVE yonr- children -with mo while
you work. 2751 Laurel Ave'. " 10-22
WOOD SAWED-nSproed boya!.wiIl saw
yonr wood, in town and out. Phone
1678W evening 0 mornings. 10-5
'-UTO PAINTING Fords repainted
$14 and up; other cars in proportion.
All first class work guaranteed. J.
E. Johnson, 220 S. Liberty. . 10-11
I sAM now booSIng orders for shrub
bery, vines and perennials for fall
planting. I do all kinds of landscape
.gardening. X W. Maruny, 211 Miller
St. Phono 910. ' . :. 10-5
FOR quick service ruck hauling,
phone 1608J, or 1170 N. 15th St. A.
H. Biederman. 10-6
AUTO- PAINTING Wo will be open
for business on and after Oct. 1st at
156 S. 12th St. We are in a position
- to give you good service in auto
painting and laundry. Your patron
age will be appreciated. All work
guaranteed. Gullctt Bros. 10-29
For information of 5 room modern
house for rent. Phone 1710J. 234
TWO modern rooms for.ircnt, furnish
ed. 1899 Slato St. ' K 10-4
FOR RENT Sleeping room and apts.
to refined permanont parties, with
out children. 152 S. Church. 236
FOR RENT 195 aciti near Philo
math, good for. dairy ijij sheep ranch,
bargain if taken,.at oirej. 145.Lofelle
St., Salem. , 10-4
FOR RENT Good farm for rent, eith.
er eash or shares, jmnjediato posses
sion ffiven. See J. fcB. L'autermnn,
Argo hotel. . ?..
Real Estate Houses.
TOR SALE or trade, fine summer home
at .JNewport, (Jr., two lots, tine targe
house. Inquire Valley Real Estate
Co., Carlton, Or. , ;: 236
.'. Look atTtfis.
5 room well located modern bunga
ow With some furniture, $2000, terms.
341 State- St! :
Safety Razor Blades.
SAFETY raaor blade sharpening ma
chine, fust installed at 'A. U. -Stewart
's' Repair shop, 347 Court St. "
A uto Repairing
TO Oakland- owners, we are fully pre
pared to take care ofyour cars no
matter in what shape they are in
and ean guarantee absolute satisfac
tion. AVe are also prepared to do first
class repair work on any make of
cars. American :Automobile Co., 185
197 Sonth Commercial St., Salem, Or.
See Our Small Tracts.
10 acres with modorn 7 room, plaster
ed house, 1 acre fruit, 1 acres oak
and fir timber, bam and chicken
house, 7 acres under cultivation, run
ning water: to houso and Darn, if or
quick salo $3000, one half eash, balance
3 years at 6 per cent.
10 acres, mostly in prunes, a juiJi
out, good improvements. A real snap.
$4000. Seothis place.
.5 acres on hard surtace road, close in,
good 5 room cottage, barn, tool house,
wood shod, and chicken. .house. $3000,
one half cash. A great loganberry prop
3 3-7 acres joining city limits, on
River road new. bungalow, good .barn,
chicken house and garago. $2200, $1200
John H. Scott Realty Co.
404 Oregon bldg.
Bargains in Small Tracts.
15 7-10 acres good ed hill soil, 7
acres set to strawberries, balance to
logans and filbprts, with buildings, for
$200 per acre, ou easy payments.
Here are Others
10 acres now land, with buildings, all
in cultivation, $2500. , ,
11 aeres all in cultivation, fine fruit
and berrv land, 3 miles from Salem,
on good gravel road. $2500, one half
This is splendid land. Set it to ber
ries and it will be worth from $500 to
$1000 per acre in 2 or S years.
1 !,, 1U,I fr .olo in
Have I5 ,, of ,,, over and
leHei to grass, with $250 worth Of
' ; icnf with building for $35 per
acre. See us at once if you want a bar
gain in large or small traets.
John H. Scott Realty Co:
404 Oregon Bldg '
N. Com'l St.
BARGAINS; IN REAL ESTATE
Fine 6- acre tract close in, mile
from ear line, all in high state eulti
vation, buildings, 5 acres commer
cial bearing orchard. Snap. $3500,
terms. " '
Fine five acre tract close in and in
hi(jh state of cultivation, bearing or
chard, fine road, near car line. Bar
gain at $2500, .
10 aeres close to Salem, fine so.il,
. good buildings.' Snap $3700, good
For bargains in farms, tracts, city
Property . see Perrine & Marsters,
U 12 Gi ay bldg, Salem,- Or. -
5 acres, 100 bearing prune trees,
family orchard, house, barn, well,-close
in. Price $2750, $750 down, balance
$300 per year.. . .... . .
80 aero tract, 10 acres bearing lo
gons, in first class condition, 3 acres
in prunes, orchard. Price $15,000;
V2 aero tract, house nnd orchard,
good location, about 3 blocks from cur
line. Price $900, $300 down, balanco
terms.- r . . . .... ... -.
Nearly 1 acre, good 4 room house,
good well, some fruit, close to car line.
Price $1800. '
68 acre farm, best of fruit land, good
house and barn, good road. Price $8000,
$3000 down, balance 6 percent interest,
10 acre prune orchard, 5 aeres 9
ycars, 4 acres six years, acre fam
ily orchard, rock road, 4 miles out. or
chard in first class shape. Price $5500
.17 acre tract, located on.-main'' Pa
cific highway, 10 acres bearing orch
ard, mostly prunes, some apples and
cherries, house and barn; 4 miles out.
Price $oo00, terms. -. " ...
142 acre farm, 100 acres cultivated,
balance pasture and timber, best of
soil; good 8 room house, barn, family
orchard, good road, a miles put. Price
$165 per ocro. ., ' jfi
111 acres-ot good bottom land located
miles from Salem, all cultivated,
small buildings, some fruit. Price $2000
5 aero tract, 1 acre of lognns, somo
cherries, house, ibarn, well, 5 miles out.
Price $1600. - 7 w "i s
63 acre farpi nearly all cultivated,
good pruno .and loganberry .fend, good
house. Price $100 per acre.
lo acre tract located on main Pa
cific highway, 1 3-4 mile9 froin carline,
10 acrea beta ring prunes, tamily orch
ard. Prcie' $8300,
5 room bungalow located at .620
South 18th street. Price $1650.
0 room modern house located at 1370
State street, furniture goes. Price $5y
000. .'.,,-. ' ,
6 room house and large lot, two
blocks from carline. Price $1000.
8 room modern home, huge lot, paved
street,-carline. Price $3200. .
Good 8 room modern homo located
close, in; ibas(enijcint, tfireplace, paved
street. Price $4500.
5 room modern house, good' location.
Price $1500, $600 down, balance $15
per month, 6 percent interest. '
8 room modern house at 1644 South
Liberty street. Price $2850. "- .
W. H. Grabenohrst & Co.
'. 275 State street 235
24 acres, some fruit, mile from
Salem, 3 room house, vegetable collar,
on road; $650, easy terms.
2 acres, 5 room bungalow, some fruit
rock road, at city limits; $2000.
3 acres paved road, good house, barn,
coops, lots of fruit.
5 acres all cultivated,, good barn,
house, coops, $1700, cash.
10 acres, 5 cultivated, wall- watered,
bouse, good barn, lots of evergreen;
$2250, easy terms.
10 acres, 9 cleared, 1 acre family or
chard, 2 acres logans, acre strawber
ries, 5 room houso, barn, well, fenced.
best of valley loam, 5 miles from cen
ter of Salenn, for short time $3000.
7 31 acres, all black gravel berry soil
bounded by stream, can all be irrigat
ed, on good road, fine trout stream, 3
Vi miles of Salem; $1250, easy terms.
28 acres, 20 cultivated, 8 stumps,
family orchard,-' bent soil, on macadam-
zed road, 8 room house 1VS. mues from
24 acres 13 cultivated, balance tim
ber, all best soil, 9 room house, barn.
all equipment and stock, 5 miles out;
315 acres, 200 cultivated, 22 acres
bearing prunes, 7 miles out on rock
road, worth $100 per acre, for a short
time, $3 per acre.
383 acres bost equipped grain and
dairy, ranch irr valley, close to town,
good schools, worth $150 per aere,Tfo-
ng at $30,000 including a fine herd of
dairy, cows all other stock and imple
ments. Prone Banchea '
20 acres, 10 prunes, 2 logans, good
road 8 miles out; $7000.
20 acres, 16 acres in prunes, 4 ap
ples. Dears, and cherries: $8500.
40 acres, 17 prunes, some cnerrics,
walnuts, fair improvements, good road,
24 ucres, all in prunes, some logans,
good house; $11,000.
15 acres, 7 prunes, family orchard,
house, barn; $6000,
70 acres 32 aeres bearing prunes, 10
logans, first class improvements, large
apacity drier, good road.
10 acres, fair house, somo (prunes, to
exchange for Salem residence not over
$2250. .-" ' .
I. do not advertise all I have for sale,
If this list does not include what you
are looking for let me know your wants
I may be able to please you witn some
thinir else I have on my lists.
If vou are a buyer I would bo glad
to have you call on me. Notice my ad
elsewhere about a $7500 house to be
sedd at $5000, and a $30,000 farm to
bo sold at $22,000. ' '
. 341 State St. " ': tf
- Federal Farm Loans
5 pr ecnt interest. Prompt service.
3iVt years time. Federal farm loan
bonds for salo. A. C. Bobrustedt, 401 1
Masonic Tempel 3alcm, Oregon.
Machine Shop Work!
Expert machine shop service by M.
Bergman at high school machine shop.
12' years experience. Gear cutting a
specialty, ligh class maclhine tools.
Quick service. Phone 446. -
! . . Wood Saw.
PHONE 1090R. Our prices are right.
'V. M. Zandler, proprietor.. 1255 S.
. -Summei street, Salem, Or.
REPAIRS and supplies. Office appli
' ances. We mako rubber stamps. Sims
143 N. High. Phone 340. 10-10
; Everything Electrical.
! BALEM Electric Co.," Masonio Temple,
127 North High. Phono Main 1209.
". We Want. ,
Your used furniture, stoves, carpets
and tools, as we pay fair prices, for
everything. Call 947.
CAPITAL HARDWARE ic FURNI
TURE CO. 1
285 North Commercial St.
Office 124 South Liberty Streot.
Phono 937, 1211. Real Estate and
Stock Sales. '
W. F.. WIRHGT, Turner auctioneer.
Why not get him Ho only charges
2 percent. . tf
Why Sell For Less?
We will pay you more cash for
your household goods. Get our bid
before you soil. Peoples Furni-.
tnro and Hardware Store, 271 K.
Commercial Street. Phone 734.
Second Hand Goods.
No- Cash Required Good overcoats,
shoes and suits, all kinds of musical
instruments, shotguns, rifles heating
stoves, gas stoves, suit cases and 1000
other usoful articles to sell or trade.
WTiat have youf The Capital Ex
change. 337 Court Street. Phone 493.
-r-W CHEMBKETA lodge No. 1
meets every Wednesday
evening at 7:30 at I. O. O. F. hall.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS MEET AT
MeCornack hall oh- every Tuesday
at 8; Harry Levy, C. O.; P. J. Kunt
K. & 8. V'i " '!! ' ' ?V :
ROYAL Neighbors of America, Or
gon Grape camp No. 1360 meets everj
Thursday evening in McCbrnaok hall
Elevator service. Oracle, Mrs. Car-
" rie E, Buira, 648 Union St.; recordei
Mrs. Melissa Persons, v 1415 N. 4t
St. Phone 1436M
UNITED ARTISANS Cnpit al Assem
bly No. 84 meets first Thursday ot
. each month at 8 p. m. in Masoni
Temple. Glenn C. Niles, M. A.; O. A
Vibbert, secretary, 340 Owens street
MODEiRN WOODMEN OF AMERICA
Oregon Cedar Camp No. 5246 meets
every Thursday evening at o o'cteei
in McCornack building, Court and
Jjiberty streets. W. M, Persons, V. C,
Prank A. Turner, clerk.
Stoves rebuilt and repaired. 50 year
experience; Depot National and Ameri
can fence, sizes 26 to 58 inches high;
Puintsy oil and varnish etc; logan
berry and hop hooks.
SALEM FENCE AND STOVE WORK
250 Court Street, Phono 124
Salem Scavenger. Garbage and refuse
of all kinds removed on monthly eon
tracts at reasonable rates. Cess poou
cleaned.-Dead animals removed. Of fiat
phone Main 187. .
x5Ss, Dr". L. HALL WILSON Spe-
'vsLy . eialist in tho Modern Hciontif-
in Aiml'u-ntion of Glasses for the aid
of vision and tho relief of Eyestrain
and Headache. Oftie.e closed tarur-
days. Office 210-211 U. o. Bank Duild-
ing. Phones, office 145- r, )'i4.
Ford Tractors For $275.
You can convert your, Maxwell, Chev
rolet or Buick into a real tractor for
the above amount. The chango can be
mado in 30 minutes. -v
BETTEH IN VhHTIGATE THIS BE
FOUK PAYING MORE,
Our used cars are as follows:
1-Ton Ford truck, fine shape $675
1018 Chevrolet $625
1017 ; Brisco touring $600
Chalmers, A-l condition $285
1817 Velio $825
Hudson Super Six $950
1917 , Saxon six ' $700
Ve sell nils, greas3, gasoline, used
auto - parts, tires td eal tories.
Oleson's Auto Exchange
849 N. COM. Y. M. O. A. BUX'K
Choice lot close in, bearing fruit
trees and berries, o!d house, all for
Six room houfe on paved street andj
car line, $1000. . )ev in thi(J fun, , th total amount paid
A fine corner lot near state house v(iur o 0ctob , nm0HJlt8
with good old house $3000. !ai92t.4j. The lew of one-tenth of a
8 TalueToOO. KmgW00d mill bring, in about ,42000 aanuaMy,
A store building and stock of mdse.i There is still in the county t"T,
doing good business, $4500. F. L. available for bounty along this !!.
Wood, Bayne bldg. 10-4 $2278.53.
Grain: Wheat, soft white No. 1 $2;
feed oats 80c; milling oats 86c; hay,
cheat, new $17; hay, oats, new $1&
20; mill run, $4344. - ., . :
Bntlfterfait: : Buttdrfat 67e; cream
ery butter 6768c.
Pork, veal and mutton: PotV on foot
17c; veal, farncy 23c; steers 79e;
cows 57?4c; spring lambs 10; ewea
45c; sheep, yearlings Te. 5 . "
Eggs and poultry: Egg eash 58sj
hens, live 22(a24o; old roosters la(&
18c; springs 22c.
Vegetables:: Onions, per sack, $3;
celery doz. $1; tomatoes 90c; potatoes
3s; sweet potatoes 6e.
fruit: watermelons ic; orange
$5.756.30; lemons, box $7.50((i8.50;
bananas 9!ic; honey, exartcted 20c;
cantaloupes $1.30; bunch beets 45e;
cuibbage 3 3-4c; head lettuce -6Uc; car
rots 45c; grapes, Malagas 10c; grapes,
Tokays 20c. .
Retail prices: r-ggs dozen oacaiuc;
creamcrv 'outter 7oc; country Dutter
67c; flour, hard wheat $3.10(a3.25
Portland. Or.! Oct, 3. Butter, city
creamery 6566c. Eggs selected local
ex. 6370c. Hens 3031e. Broilers 2.
(yj26c. Geese Ific. Cheese iZigiae.
Live atocz ,
Cattle: Receipts 117, tone of market :
ket steady; good to choice steers $9.25
fu 9.73; fair to medium stccre $(.2a(o(
S.25; common tffair stecr8$5.75$6.7;;
choice to good cows and heifois, $6.75(Q
7.50; medium to good cows and heifers,
$5.75(S;6.7o; canners $2.75(a4.50; bulla
$4.756.75; calves, $7.7513.75.
Hogs: , Receipts 20o; tone of market
stendy; prime mixed $17.50(fil8.00j
medium mixed $17fn)17.oO) rougn neav
ies $15.50(ffi 16.50; pigs $15.7516.50;
bulk $18. "; .,.. '......:.
Sheep: Receipts 301; tone of market
stendy; prime lambs $11. 50(al 2.50; fait,
to medium lambs $10.50(811; ewes)
$7.50(ffiB; wethers $7.508; yearlings
x.JTICE OF FINAL ACCOUNT -
Notice is hereby given that the fin
al account of George F. Guerne, admin,
istrator of the estate of Charles A.
Guerne, has been filed in the eounty
court of Marion county, Oregon,, and
that the said oonrt ha duly fixed that
2flth day of October, 1919, at tho hour
of 10 o'clock a. m. thereof, at tha
court room of, said court in Salom, Ore
gon, as the time and place for the hear
ing of objections to said final aceount
and the settlement thereof, at which
time any person interested may appear
and file objections thereto and, $ontest
GEORGE F.. UUKMMS, '' '
Administrator of : the estate of
Charles A. Guerne. ..
Money To Loan.
Oa good real estate security
THOS. K. FORD
Over Ladd & Bush Bank; Salem, Ore.
of Joys; Cards
Ktntn fair visitors wrote a numbor of
postals to their friends telfing of tha
fine old times they were having, but la
the rush and hurry a number rorgoi w
write tho address. Hence there are sev
eral postals and letters posted at tha
postoffioo, undelivered. -
"I urn in this town having one hell
of a time," is the story told on a- poetul
card in feminine writing. "We are step
ping out tonight in a WHly-R.nignt,
und oh boy, wo are some birds.'-'
Another post card is written to dear ,
mother," with the news, "A lew onus
to let you know wo landed sale.
writer forgot to address the postal. An
other is ulso addressed U "mother"
with the remark ' ' I wonder if you got
my last letter." This postal also wm
Another postal which was not address
ed, tells the story: "Dear mama Wa
arrived here yesterday and am having
a ood time. Went up in an airsmp
! vmtpi diiv. "
Anotlior postal qun ram-
i.timentarv is "W0 stayed in Salem
for tn0 night. It is n nice town.
. address was given, letter writ
ten to Jim Horkswenor, Mrs. juyrua
Blirzier, Mrs. H. J. Nicholson and G. C
Luwrence, will not and cannot be de
livered. Bounty Awards
Total at $344
Scalp business at the comity elerk'a
office during the mouth of September
w;ts good. Duo to the fact that the
state ' fair was on, many strings of
iwulps accumulated during July and
August were counted at the scalp dosk,
where each must be handled, in order
that the bounty may be corrcetly award
Moles, gray diggers and gopher scalps
were presented in such number last
month that $344.20 in bounties wore
However, there is plenty of non-