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TODAY HOLD LITTLE
. New York, Oct. 1 1. There arc f ew
worries among the rimtern colleges over
" thi; second duv of the 1D19 football cal-
endnrl Outside of the Brown-Colgate
battle at Hamilton, the lug ; eastern
schools have such .'cany, kicking It is al'
most wife o mark them a. winner in ad
vi: nee. 1 ' ' ; ' 1 ;
Brown is (join to try to settle a score
" with Colgate' dating buck to 1810 when
Colgate' ruined tlie Browns hoped of a
championship by trimming thcin after
they had .beaten both Yale and Hnrvard.
The '.'big three", of the east has op
position that promises nothing Cut a
good practice lilt: Yale plays North Car
olina at New Haven; Harvard meets
Colby at Cambridge and Princeton ties
up with Lafayette of Princeton.
Closer contest arc expected in the
following games where the teams are
wore evenly matched:
Cornell versus Williams at ItliMa;
Syracuse vs. Army tit West Point, and
Pittsburgh vs. AVest Viriginin at Pitts
i Other games of the east are ,
Delaware vs. Pennsylvania at Phila
delphia; Vermont vs. Columbia at New
York; John Hopkins vs. Navy at An
napolis; Bucknell vs. Ponn State at
Petin Bthte; Carnegie Tech vs. Washing
ton and Jefferson at Washington; Bow
doiu vs. Holy Cross at Worcester.
EIGHTH ANNUAL POLK
Dallas,' Oct. 11 The. oighth annual
Polk County Fair opened in this city
Thursday: with a much larger attend
ance than in previous years, duo most
ly to the fact that the dates of the fair
wore, set several woeks later .than
tistral in order to bring the big show at
a time when the hop and .prune harvest
was at. an end.
The fair is bigger and bettor than
those of .previous yenrs, every booth
in the .big pavilion being ttikon and
besides a number of exhibits have had
to be placed on tho outside. (For the
first time in the history of tho fair an
automobile show is ibuiug staged by
the local dealers where demonstrations
are being made not only with the auto
mobiles but w ith tractors and farm ma
chinery also. Tho automobile show will
hereafter .be one of the regular feaJ
turw of tho fulr. ' ' '
The umuHC-mont end of the big three
davs program In being handled by the
ittrown Amusement company whore ev
erything ,for the entertainment, of
young and old alike an be found. An
oilier striking feature is tho appear
ance for the first time in thiB city of
Big Chief Williams and his tribe of
Indians In some of the original dances
of the 8iletx tribe. The fair is open
each evening and closes with a big
fiiilic Saturday night. ! :
drain: Wheat, soft white No. 1 2;
feed outs 80c; milling oats 80c; hay.
cheat, new $17; hay, oats, new $18(s
. BO; mill run $l44. '
HuWerfat! Buttorfut, lUc; cream
ry -.butter, 07()Pe.
Cork, veal and mutton: Pork on foot
15c ; veal, fancy '83c ; steers- 79c;
eows r7V!se; spring lambs 10c; ewes
4( "c; sheep, yearlings, tie.
I'Iggs and poultry: Kggs casli 00c;
lens, live S2((i24c; old roosters 1S
S6Y; springs 22c.
' Vegetables:: Onions, per sack $3;
ice'ery doz. J10c; tomntne l0c; potntoe
Ss: wet potatoes 6c.
Fruit: Watermelons lc; orangei
'7 75fiiC.n0; lemons, box $7.50tf;8.5U;
Ibannnas 9.c.) honey, exartcted 20c)
Ihuneh' beetB 45c; cabbage 2Mic; head
lettuce (10c; carrots 45c; grapes, Ma
lagas 10c; grapes, Tokays 10c.
Retail prices: Eggs dojen 8570o;
icreamerv 'butter 73o; country butjer
67c; flour, hard wheat 3.103.25
PORTLAND MARKETS .
Portland, Or., Oct. 11. Butter, olty
creamery tlb'(Sti7c; Kggs selected local
ex O3(i70c. HeiiB 30(u ale, Broilers 25
(28c.'Ccese 15c. Cheee S234c.
Cottle; Receipts 2; tone of mar
ket slow; good to choice steers $7.25("i
Qi'9.75; fair to medium steere $7.S5
8.2.7; commou to fair 8toer.5.7G0.7ii,
choice to good cows and helfeis, 8.75(5;
7.5069.00; wcthm- T r"T.
$5.7rJ6.75; dinners 2.75(u'l.S0; bulls
1-75(0.6.75; calves, t7.7313.75.
Hogs:. Receipts 69; tone of market
weak; prime mixed $15.50 (g
lt.50( medium mixed $l."(u 15.50; rough
heavies $13(0114; pigs 1415;
heep; Receipts none; tone of market
steady; prime lumh U.00(ii 12.00; fci
to medium lamb $10.30(0! 11; , ewel
7.50; medium to good eows and heifers.
- SILVERTON BOY HONORED.
.T.lovd- llalmrly, jt KiU-cr.1 o," is now
at Harvard IJnivers'ty, where he has
been awarded the Carnegie Fellowship
in International Law. This high hon-r
1 was bestowed upon him soon iftor his
graduation from Reed College in IVrt-
. land where he did work with tho de
pmtuient of politics. During tho past
summer after his discharge from the
army. Mr. Hubert' attended Columbia
Coivcrsity summer sess'ui in Now
Heed .College. Appeal.
John Wall, a nephew of Mrs. Chnrlea
Dudley of Pendleton, has returned from
overseas. Mr, Wall was a member of
General rersliiiig's famous bodyguard.
A. A. Brigga, of the Brlggs Lumber
Company at Walker, whoso mill was -
burned a few week! ago ,nnnountei that
he will at oneo rebuild.
(Continued from page nine)
WHV PAY EXhOUBITAXT BKVTf
Hoy this beautiful strictly modern
home at a pre-war price. Six large
rooms, closet of generous size, ail
modern built in features in every
room, furnace heated and artistic
fireplace. This well appointed home
is in a select neighborhood, very
close in, and at the price which lit is
offered will not last long. 4U(JO. in
quire 945 Chemeketa. 41
" " Exceptional Offers.
We can-sell the following houses on
small payments and monthly install
ment: :)7-K17-833 Mill St. improved street,
electric lights, bath and toilet. $l'JoU
10 Mill street, electric lights, bath
and toilet $1400
, 710 N. Winter street, 7 rooms, elec
tricity, bath and toilet. 2."U0
7.10 X. Winter street, -7 rooms, elec
tricity, bath and toilet 2500.
Wl Nr. Liberty street, 0 rooms, elec
tricity, bath and toilet, .$2750. -
670 X. Liberty street,- 5 rooms elec
tric lights, toilet, $2000
0:73 Front street, (i rooms electric,
bath and toilet $2500.
780 X. Cottage, large lot, improved
street, basement and barn, electric
lights, ;bath. and toilet, $2000.' -
The lots alone are worth the puce
asked for these properties.
John H. Scott Realty Co.
; - 228 Oregon BJdg.
Real House Buys.
1730 Utiirmount; 5 room house,
strictly modern. $2300 Cash $1500 and
balance easy terms; a snnp buy.'
1315 South 15th St., Oak Lodun ad
dition, 5 room bungalow with fireplace
strictly modern; full cement walks and
curbs. $1075. $20p down and $20 per
140 Superior, 1 block off South Com
mercial, 8 room house strictly modern.
$3500. (iood terms, snap buy.
12 room, Btrictly modern house in
1400 block, a good buy, $0500.
5 room hou.se, fully modern, in 1200
block on Front street. $3000. Good
terms. t !
8 room strictly modern house in 1100
block Chemoketn street. $0000.
1500 Ilines St., Oak Lodge addition,
5 room .house, strictly modern. $1073.
C. W. Niemeyer.
Just real estate and high class in
vestments. B15-2HI Masonic building,
Hulein, Oregon. Telephones 1000, 1014.
4Vi acre farm all cultivated, house
and born, orchard, good soil. Price
$17:3 per ncro. '
; 98 acre farm located on Howell prai
rie, 50 acres cultivated, balance pas
ture and timber, on main Hilverton
road. Price $13,000.
08 acre tract, best of fruit land;
house and bam, rock rond. Price $8,
000, $3000 down, balance 5 years' G per
03 acre tract, nearly all cultivated,
house, 5Vj miles out. Price $0300.
112 acre farm, 70 acres cultivated,
ibalauce pasture and timber; good mod
ern H room house, bum, orchard, two
acre of strawberries, best of fruit and
grain laud. Price $105 .per acre, 5 miles
035 acre tract, 300 acres under culti
vation, balance pnstnre and tijnber, old
buildings, good soil, two miles from
good town on highway. Price $100 per
: 320 acre farm located on main Pa
cific highway, 240 acres cultivated,
good modern buildings, best of soil, 5
milos from good town. Price $135 per
10 acres of bearing Italian prunes,
six and nine years old: in good condi
tion, rock road, 4 miles out. Price $5,
02 aero tract, 44 acres in cultivation,
18 acres of timber. 15 acres of prunes,
12 acres of young lottnns, 2 acres rasp
berries, 1 acre bearing Knglish wal
nuts, some cherries, house and barn;
water system; all tools, machinery and
stock goes. Price $200 per acre.
5 aeres located lose in, house, well,
100 bearing prunes. Price $2750. $750
down, balance $300 per yenr; 0 percent
45 acre orchard, 81 acres bearing
prunes, B acres of cherries, 3 acres of
apples, 8 room house, barn, spring wa
ter :to house and barn. Price $450 per
10 acre tract located close in, good
bungalow, barn, all in prunes, good
road, close to carline. Price $9500.
. ... .' LOOAN.HKRR1KS
' 30 acre tract, 10 acres of loganber
ries in first .class condition, 3 '4 acres
bearing Italian prunes, best of soil,
some timber. .Price $13,000.
5 aero tract, house and barn, t acre
loganberries, gome cherries, Price $1,
10 acre tract, nil cultivated, house
not finished, 5 acres in loganberries,
apples and peaches. Price $2000.
,. 15 acres of fine 'bottom land, mostly
under cultivation, small house and
lm.ru, 100 bearing, apple trees, 5 miles
from Salem. Price $2400.
't aero tract clow to carline, small
house, orehard, sightly location. JPrlce
$SHM), $300 down, balance terms.
5 acres located right on tho carline
and paved highway, all , cultivated.
Price $17.70. 1 '
.7 VI aero traict located on enrline,
ood buildings, prunes and cherries, 1
acre of loirnns. Price $7500.
BrYS IN TTOVSKS
8 room wtrietly modern home located
close in, paved street. Price $4500.
5 room house at (120 South 18th St.
Price, $1050, Tewna.
8 room modem home located in South
Salem, large lot, bearing fruit. Price
2S5rt. Terms on part.
6 room modern home at 1330 South
Commercial street, bearing fruit. Price
H room modern home at 1370 State
street, furniture goes. Price $5000.
8 room modern home at 1031 Union
street. Pi-lee $2500. s
W. II. Grabenhorst & Co.
275 State street
Announcement lias jnat been mado of
tho fall meeting of the Oregon Dairy-
men's association to be held nt Kermis
'ton, October 23 to 25.
THE DAILY CAPITA Y JOURNAL, a-aijflM, OREGON.
50 acres wMt extra good buildings,
ail in cultivation, near school, on How
ell Prairie. -
30 acres with fair farm buildings,
all ia cultivation, four miles from .Sa
lem. Price $0000. ' -
10 acres, 8 acres in cultivation, 2
acres in timber, well and creek water,
near school aud railroad town. Price
10 acres with good house and barn,
half cleared, nice berries and fruit,
four miles out. Price $3500,.
12 acres of land located on Pacific
highway, 9 a'Cres in prunes (bearing),
1 acre loganberries; 3 miles from
Bush's-bank. Price $8000. Terms.
6 acres with good buildings and
abundance of fruit, all in cultivation,
3 miles out. fl'riee $2750. .
6 acres with fair buildings, nice
prune orchard in .bearing, 3 miles out.
Also the Judgo Slater property on
the comer of Church and Ckemeltetn
St. and the fine modern liome at 040
Chemeketa St., both ror sale at a bar
gain and on exceptionally easy terms.
For particulars call on
W. A. Liston.
484 Court St.
s In Houses.
495 X, 23d St. 5 room cottaee. bath,
toilet and electric lights, garage and
Lara, some fruit. $1500.
1800 . Ohureh St. A dandy new 5
room cottage, bath," toilet, ' electric
lights; fine. lot. $2300.
1272 Fir .street, 7 room bouse, large
STOP I LOOK COME IN
WO O D R Y'S
270 NORTH COMMERCIAL STREET
SCHRUNK S OLD STAND ;
Furniture, Ranges, Heaters,
Tools, etc., Bought, Sold and
A Store Full of Good Things
I buy for cash or sell on commission. See me for results
F. N. WOODRY.
The Auctioneer, ;
V Phone 510 or 511
I will establish a Better Auction Market in the near
GAS OR ELECTRIC
$2.00 to $4.25
Dayton and Heavy
"EXTRAS" ABSORb EARNINGS
IT isn't Living Costs altogether which
make that weekly or monthly pay-check seem
so small. It's the High Cost of Extravagance
the indulging of one's self in things which
are not needed, which cause the deficit ' -
For the sake of your future welfare go
- back on a war-time spending ration. The open
ing of a Savings Account here at the United
States National Bank will both help and en
Liberal Interest on Savinc?
lot, all kinds of fruit; electric lights,
bath and toilet. $2300.
We will help, you pay for . those
houses if P R looking for time Pay
ments. John H. Scott Realty Co.
.228 Oregon bldg.
Farms For Sale.
34 acres at Monmouth all In euttivar
tion, good family orcherd; 8: room
house, large barn, two wells, . good
fences. $8000. .1
20 acres, 10 in cultivation, 10 in 2d
growth fir and pasture, close in; no
improvements, i If sold soon $125 per
60 acres all in cultivation, fair im
provements, on main highway, 8 miles
out. $9500; good terms.
34 acres, 4V& miles out, new house.
good barn, fine family orchard. $7250.
40 acres of bottom land. 25 m culti
vation good house and barn, silo and
shed, fine family orchard1; the best buy
in the county. $200 per acre. .
10 acres, good 7 room house, bath,
toilet and cement basement, 8 acres in
cultivation, 1 in good fir and oak,
timber; a real snap if sold soon, or
will trade, for good house in Salem.
o acres on hard surface road, close
in, good 5 room cottage, barn and
chicken house. $.'1000, cash.
(i acres joining city limits, new 5
room bungalow, good barn, chicken
house and garage. $2200 if sold this
John H. Scott Realty Co.
- 228 Oregon iBldg.
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 11,
Hie Missing Link of a Ford"
BULL BOG STARTING
For FORD CARS
A "Bull Dog" eliminates all possi-
tn1it-" 10 it.;....
. - . ""v " waimiug jfuuf en
gine -in fact, docs everything in start
ing your car that the high price elec
tric starter An .
Buf iDoes not consume any gasoline
Does not Lake Jlnv nnwpr frnm vnur I
Does not wear out high price batter
Doei not cost anything to maintain.
Btlt iA Alwftvc riiaiH' and arlil otai
. , ..... V. .. . . 1 DIM,
r. Ford at any and all times under any
Thfl Tin 11 IV.fr Mt-i.-fn- i
periment, (but the result of more than
a year's time, thought and effort up
on the part of the inventor. As a re
sult, we now have a practical starter
for Ird cars. No battery; no springs;
no ratchet the :three things that have
mado starters for Ford car inefficient
anri MUtJ? ft? ..nlrnan 'Tlila a m.
friction device, said must be seen to be
unaersTooa anu appreciated.
Thi fftjirtpr irua nfiaearl ftn mnnv
of the leading mechanics of the coun-
i'), anu moroiigniy Tested, Detore it
was offered for sale, and was pro-
liminCPd ViV tlmm aa Km'nrr tho W.t n.l
most practical starter yet invented. It
is simple in construction, and made to
fit a. 3'rd cjir. mid inn .ltw inlp UnA Kv
anyone m less than an hour's time.
The price of the Bull Dog Starter is
only'niTEEX DOLLARS. This' price
places it in the reach of every Ford
owner, orwiinstanning tn.e low price,
it is positively guaranteed against
breakaira aud"bn.clf fiic. ttin
lem which all other inventors failed to
solve, and to start a Ford engine at
all times when the- engine ds in start
Thft Ttllll Tln-I Storing main. !. Vr...A
a family car, as it can bo operated by,
ny mem.oer, ,ooy girl or woman.
O. J. Hull, located at 311 N. Com-
morcial St., Sulem, Or.,, V. M. C. A.
block, is the distributor for tho Bull
log Starter for four counties, Marion,
Polk, L-inn and Benton, Starters are
being installed without extra charge
during this month, many are taking
advantage of this service and equip
ping their cars with this wonderfal
device, which bids fair to be the 'big
gest tFord accessory on the market.
McARTHUE IS RECOVERED
Portland. Or.. Oct. 11. FnllowW n
slow recovery from a serious attack o
iritis, which confined him to his rooms
for ten davs and threatened tn decrr...
the sight of his left eye, Representative
j. rt. jyicivrrnur lerr last maht rnr vnh
'ington to resume his congressional du
' - i M
The Franklin Touring C
, , When the owner of the ordinary car begins to buy motorine
accessories, it is not for the pleasure of spending. He is ree
ntering that his car is not giving the satisfactory performance he
expected when he bought it.
The reason Franklin owners don't put money into shock ab
, sorbers, thermometers, radiator blankets, etc., is because their
cars give satisfaction without them.
; The Franklinrar is designed and built to ride comfortably,
drive easily and handle safely without assistance. That is whv it
embodies bght werght and flexible construction, basic Franklin
principles forever seventeen years. It is so designed as to avoid
boiling m summer or freezing in winter. That is" why it is
. direct air cooled (no water to boil or freeze.)
And it is not through luck or accident, that Franklin ownen
in every part of the United States get: ; .
20 miles to the galkn of gasoibit '
1200 miles jo the set of tires
50 slower yearly depreciation
If prior experience has limited your expectations, permit at
to demonstrate the real po ibilities of motoring with the TrankliV
Car. You may choose the roads.
JIARION AUTOMOBILE CO.
255 South Commercial St.
... ( : .. ..
Mildred Evans, the charminc actress
j "..v pis iiaja niu nilD JIl J Vit 1U1
three" tho sparkling Ror Cooper Me
gruo comedy, which The Selwyns are
bringing to Salem,: Grand Opera houso
on Wednesday Oct. 15, las lived thru
many .brilliant moments in the past
year audi a half of her life. Not tho
lease exciting or them was her engage
ment by the Sclwyns last spring for
the principal feminine role in their
new comedy. (For ten months she has
been on of the gallant band of volun
teers who gave up good engagements
and most of the comforts of life to
go "across" and help keep up the
...mum ui xuc iuoj's wno were aoout to
win the war. Mis "Fvnna woo t .,
"foursome" in the "beginning but she
tJieijuBiiifjr au io recruit ner forces
before "giving a show" for not all of
tie. four possessed the strength of char-
. m nvii us tuo srrengtn or phy
. " 1 -il
1 J & It
sique of the slender Mildred. She states
she never for a moment lost her cour
nge; or felt like giving up. When her
associates failed ter, she did a "onc
wme" and t. lpnol na,In i v.
1 1 UUD WUJI
.laugh. For several .months sho was at
jCoblcna. Upon Miss Evans' return she
was summoned! to the offices of The
jSelwyns, who had learned of her work
abroad, as well as of her affiliation
witn tno Washington Square Players,
before her trip, and immediately engag
ed for "Tea for Three." Tho lit
tie actress felt tin .
- .. i. iui glJUd
-urn. none came quicKiv and she took
up the role as one inspired. The fact
that she nlaved it With taamnnJ..
1 ! ncniCiiuuUH
j success after one week's rehearsal, ius-
hflPU lin. 4nl J. -ami . . ' .
"wwiii. miss ivans is
I vivacious and sparkling in personality
with a quick intelligence and keen ap
preciation of the humorous points' con
tained m her role.
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