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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOT RNAL, SALEBf. OREGQV TUESDAY, MAY 16, 1916.
oils correctly refined from
asphalt-base crude "distill
without decomposition" (do not
breakup and lose their lubricating
value under cylinder heat) and
"are much better adapted to motor
cylinders, as far as their carbon
forming proclivities are concern
ed, than are paraffine-base Penn
Motorists who use Zerolene, an oil
scientifically refined from asphalt
base crude, back up the experts with reports such as
these: "Covered over 16,000 miles without adjust
ing valves or cleaning out carbon." "The carbon
taken out of this car in 50,000 miles amounted to
less than an ounce." Zerolene is for sale at dealers
everywhere and at service stations and agencies of
the Standard Oil Company.
ike Standard Oil
"Peaceand Arbitration" Day Will Be
Observed In Salem
Ood bless the flog! let it float and
,fThe sky with its beauty: our heart
To t!ie low, sweet chant ..of its wind
And the. chorus of all its) clustering
Embrace it, O mothers! and heroes
While its colors blush wr.rm on your
bosoms of snow,
Defend it, O fathers, there's no
Ttun to float its fair folds with a
soldier's last breath!
.And love it, O children! be true to
Y tin wove It iu p.v.i by the old
"Corns All Gone!
Let's All Kick!"
Every Corn Vanishes by Using Won
derful, Simple "OetB-It." Never
1 Fails. Applied In 2 Seconds
Isn't it wonderful what a difference
just a little "(lets-It" nuihes on
com and calluses! It's always night
lttVrt i noa't " i W't et Br'i
. ' l orn With 'lieU-lt'l'i '
somewhere In tho world, with many
folks humped up, with cork-strewed
faces, gouging, picking, drilling out
their corns, malting packages of their
tot's with plasters, bandages, tape and
contraptions and the 'holler" in
their corns goes on forever! Don't
you do it. I'se "(lets-It, '' it'H marvel
ous, simple, never fails. Apply it iu
2 seconds. Nothing to stick to the
Knocking, hurt or irritate the too.
in stops. Corn comes "clean off,"
ijuick. It's ouo of the gems of the
world. Try it you'll kick from joy.
for corns, calluses, warts, bunions.
"flets-lt" is sold everywhere, 2.1c a
bottle, or sent direct by K. Lawrence
it Co., Chicago, III.
sTs AUTO LAMPS
I STORAGE BATTERY
J CHARGING See
WJ 210 N. Commercial St.
a $1.50 Gasoline
LAMPS, LANTERNS. MANTLES
Call snd Bee Them
213 N. Coin'l St. Saloni, Ore.
for Hotor Cars
By Patriotic Clubs
"Peace and Arbitration Day" will
b.i observed in Salem, Thursday, May
11, with a Bpocial program by the mem
bers. The flag follows:
"Section 2091. United Statos Flag,
Deseoratlon of, Prohibited Any per
son who in nny manner, for exhibition
or display, shall place or cause to be
placed any words, rr figures, or num
bers, or marks, or Inscriptions, or pic
tures, or design, or device, or symbol
or token, or notice, or drawing, or buy
advertisement, of any nature what
ever, upon any flag, Htnndiud, color, or
ensign of the United State.-, or shall
expose or cause to be exposed to public
view any such ting, Mundard, color, or
ensign of the United States, upon
which Bhnll bo printed, painted, or
otherwise placed, or to which shall be
attached, appended, affixed, or an
nexed, any words, or figures, or num
bers, or marks, or inscriptions, or pic
tures or designs, or device, or symbol,
or token, or notice, or drawing or any
advertisement, of any nature or kind
whatever, or who shall expose to public
view, or shall manufacture, or sell, or
expose for sale, or have In possession
for sale, or for use, any article, or
thing, or substance, being an articlo for
merchandise, or a receptacle of mer
chandise, upon which ahull have been
printed, pnintod, or attached, or other
wise placed, a representation of any
such flag, standard, color, or ensign of
the United States, to advertise, or call
attention to, or to decorate, or to orna
ment, or to mnrk, or to distinguish the
article or thing, on which so plneed, or
shall publicly, mutilate, trnmplo upon,
or publicly deface, or defy, or defile, or
east contempt, cither by words or act,
upon siy such flag, standard, color, or
ensign (if the United Slates, shall be
deemed miilty of misdemeanor, and sub
ject, to n fine of not less than twenty
dollnrs ($20.00) nor more than one
hundred dollars (100.0u). (U 1S01
page 28(5, Section 1, Oregon Laws.)"
PUBLICITY FOR THE CHURCH
A Rulem church has named a (mV
licity manager which is . dignified
way of designating n press agent and
of indicating that tins particular
church does not intend to hide its
lii'ht under a bushel hereafter. The
pastor, who once was n newspaper
man. s.ivs he believes publicity is go
ing to do for his church what it does
for n business organization. He I:
riuht. This lias been established by
the experiences of churches which
have restarted to printer 'a ink in sus
taining interest nnd drawing sinners.
Provided the publicity ninnnger is
live wire, the Salem church in ques
tion will require a S. H. O. sign for
use when spechl exercises nre held
Publicity is the medium of bringing
to tho attention of people the things
thev want and which von have. Sure-
lv the counter attractions of th
churches are unsparing in their use
of printer's Ink, and this must ac
count iu n large measure for their
thriving popularity. A man may be
predisposed toward attending church,
uid yet the idea will take concrete
form and stimulate him to action only
if the fact is lirmight to his attention.
What more effective medium than a
notice of the services In the paper he
peruses over his morning meal'
One suspects that the churches fan
find no more effective medium for
routing the devil than printer's ink.
SOME CLASS TO CHARLEY
Wheatl.unl, Cat., May 10. Some
class to Charles Phelps of Wheatland
high school. Being I lie lone graduate
of the Institution. Clinics will be the
man of the hour Friday, Mis. Margar
et McNnuiiht, commissioner of ele
mentary schools, will make a eoiuoneo
inent address for his exclusive benefit.
I Then he will be served with a senior
j class dinner all by his lonesome, he
I will be guest of horn at an alumni
, hiiiupict, the hero of the senior class
'pln.v-n monologue, and the bo.ird of
education will juuinev 75 miles to hand
him his diploma. Oh, von Chns!
i Try Capital Journal Want Adi.
Twenty-four Universities Will
Send MenFrank Chance
Has "His Day"
Cambridge, Mass., May 10. The
athletic classf tho country will per
form here May 2(i and 27 when the
fortv-first annual meet of the Inter-
ollegiute Association of Amateur Ath
letes of America is held in Harvard
This was made clear today when an
nouncement was made that more than
1200 trackmen had been entered in the
various events. Stanford and Cali
fornia in tho far west are included in
the list of 24 universities which will
send men. It is expected however,
that fewer than half of the 1200 men
entered will finally participate.
Yale has 124 men entered
Chance Plays Today.
San Francisco, May 1S. Frank
Chance was due to appear in San Fran
cisco today for the first time in a Los
Angeles uniform nnd thi bay.side fans
designated H "Frank Cbaree day" in
his honor. The "peerless loader" plan
ned to perform for a spell on the first
sack, his own old stamping ground, and
show the bleachers that he still has
plenty of jazz.
Considerable interest was aroused in
this season's first clash between tho
Seals and the Anf-els in this city. The
Vernon Tigers have just finished their
task of chasing tho Seraphic goat all
over the hills and dales of Southern
California, but the San Francisco fanB
are anxious to soo (tie cuance crew iu
action just the same.
Stanford On Way to Meet.
PnlA Kn. C.il.. Mnv 10. Thirteen
crack track men, who" will carry the
colors of Stunford in the dul meet at
,m Artmr nnd at the big I. C. A. A. A.
A. meet at Cambridge, left here for
the east today.
Th. nr,linnl student body escorted
the althletes to the station end gave
them a ronsing send-on.
The list of performers includes Mur
.nv virksev. Aunnerle, Wilson, Schnell,
' - J ' i T ..-.1 UlauAil
Xorton. lauencv. jncumuiiu,
t v Wilcox. Dicvendorff and House.
''Doc" Revnolds, the Stanford trainer,
accompanied the team.
in.4.ian nta BUI Bodgers.
Portland. Or.. May 10. Bill Rodgers
was released today by the Cincinnati
National league club to the Portland
unoifin Const lcaeue. He
will join the Beavers at Salt Lake Hat
Rodgers will bo given his old berth
at second baso on ine i-orimuu
n.iv... -iri.n will he shifted to Bhort
stop and Ward will be released Hoi
i.,.,i,.. will Iia retained as utility in-
fielder. Rodgers also win occou.u tf
tain instead $f Vaughn.
-Dull Stanford's Bow Oar.
Stunford University, Cab, May 16.
Bill Bloeser will pull bow oar for the
Stanford crew if it competes in the
Poughlteepsio regatta again this )ear.
tmlnv that he is eligt-
V WHS I1IIVI.H"U . . . .
ble and he has resumed training. It
the crew goes east it must have more
monev, and n campaign to raise the
necessary funds before June 1 has been
f ... J. J. .k -J A &
W W J( H V T T '
Kcnshn. Wis.. Miy lO.-The. Bitter
Hoot Kid lasted only n little over six
rounds with Kver ll.immer here last
night, the referee stopped tho liglit m
in,.i.i not Sailor C.rande
fourteenth round of n gruelling scrap
here last night.
i.i.;i...i.,i,.i,;,i Vewsnnnermen agreed
that (lunboat Smith had shaded Bat
i .ulii.kv in a six round bout here
WW wnnkif. Wis. Ritchie Mitchell
and Ch.ulie White will box teu rounds
her oil the night of Map 29.
PIONEER HAS BIRTHDAY
C. W. Young, one of the best known
pioneers of Lime county, was 80 years
of age Friday, May 12, nnd to celebrate
his birthilutv his children and their
CiilnilicK leathered at the old home.
short distance north of the city and
spent .i very enjoyable day.
Mr. Younir came to Lane county
1S.VJ and settled on a donation land
claim, where his present bonis is now
located. This is one of the nest farm
in the entire county.
Mr. Young's sister, Mrs. Klimbeth
b'ose. who is .igod 97 years, was one o
thosu present at the festivities. Others
present were: Mr. ami Mrs. Thomas
Van Duvn, of Colon g; Mr. and Mrs
K. Field and diuchter. Mollie, of Ku
cue: Mrs. Claude Copp'e and tbiugli
ter Helen, of Hood River; Mr. nnd Mrs.
Bird Hose and daughters, Mary l-.lia
belli nnd Until, of llarrisliurg; Tom
Caufii'td and son l'arl, of Salem; Mr,
anil Mrs. V X. MeAlistor and dnngl
ter. Mildred, of Kiigene; Mrs. Holowiy
ami Mrs. Nicholson, of llai -risburg,
whom Mr. Young has known for
vears: Miss Huberts nnd Miss Has
A splendid dinner was served during
the dav nnd various amusements were
indulged iu Eugene Register.
Watching the Scoreboard
STANDING OF TEAMS
Brooklyn 13 0
Boston 12 8
Philadelphia 12 10
Chie.igo 13 13
St. Louis .: 13 13
Cincinnati .'. 12 15
llttsburR 11 lfi
New York 8 13
Cleveland 10 9
Washington Hi 9
New York . 13 12
Boston 13 13
Detroit 13 14
Chicago 12 10
Philadelphia 10 13
St. Louis 8 10
Eddio Plank could not beat his old
lub, the Athletics, and Philadelphia
won five to four. Plank blew up in
Cleveland knocked Cliff Markle of
the Highlanders out of the box in three
frames, miking him lost his first
game since he enlisted with the Yanks.
Dubuc of Detroit passed two Sena
tors in the eleventh, and as an infield
out and a sacrifice flv followed, the
riiwd went home to supper.
Cravath of the Philadelphia Nation-
Ms starred .it the jflate, gathering
three swats nnd managing to take a
slow oae in the ribs out of four tips
to the gutta percha.
Cincinnati practically gave the game
to Philadelphia, making three errors
iu the field .mil four in the battery.
The little man from Egvpt beat St.
Louis, when Mowrey of Brooklyn tap
ped nn easy one in the eleventh which
took a fresh bound over the first Back
er' conk and let two runs in.
The Giants won their sixth flat
when they bent the Cubs .1 to 2. Tink
er was hooked for debating a decision.
Meeting at Albany
Albany, Or., May 10. In the open-
ng events of the two-day programme
Hint is being held here by the Oregon
State Trapahooter 's association, Port
land entrants stepped well into the lead
itb o-l aimroua competing, the shoot
is tho biggest yet held iu Oregon.
P. II. O'Brien of Portland, was the
man of the hour, winning the Honcy-
maa diamond trophy attcr a tie of 46
with Frank Templclon .uid James W.
Seavey, also of Portland, by smashing
straight, o linen also ranked high
among the. amateurs.
In the 150-target event for amateurs
Frank Trooh, of Vancouver, nabbed
first place. This event, which lasted
until noon, was followed by the Honey
m in competition.
Jn n four-tenm shoot Portland won
with 95; Salem and Woodburn, tied for
second, 89; Albany fourth, 87.
Only tour teams contested. Tho score
of tho winning team was: P-. H.
O'Brien, 24; James W. Seavy, 24; A
Blair, 24; Frank Tcmpleton, 23.
In the 150-target handicap match
toe first event ot the Oregon state
shoot, the summary wjs:
iuintenrs l ust. Frank Troeh, of
Vancouver, Wash., 140: second, P. H
O'Brien, Portland, 114; tie for third
between A. Blair, 1'ortlantl, nnd Klmer
Nickerson, Albany, 141; fifth, Frank
lompleton, Cortland, 139.
11. H. v catch, of Cottage Grove, was
re-elected president of the association
at the nniiu.il election tonight. Mnrk
Siddall, of Salem, was retained as vice
president and . G. Ballack, of Albany
was chosen secretary nnd treasurer.
11. If. Evcrding of Portland; A. W.
htrowger, of Portland; Dr. E. H, Seeley
ot iMetiiont; i harles Leith. of Wood
bum; V. W. McCarn.ick, of ' Eugene,
and Hov lKsirmoiid, of Independence,
were chosen as the board of directors.
Dr. Seeley nnd Mr. MeCnrnnek were
members of last year's board.
Salem was chosen as the next meet
ing place of the association antt for
the 1917 state tournament.
Portland Woman Wins Honors
In the Oregon trapshooting contests
held here today Mrs. Ada Shilling
of Portland, one of the two women
who participated, was among the honor
winners, tieing for seventh place .with
a score of 1,'so out of n possible 150.
Miss Gladys Reid, the other woirmn in
the tournament, broke 104.
It was .in ideal day for the tourna
ment and a lug crowd of spectators
all day watched the shooting at the
grounds of the Albany Gun club at
llacklenians Grove, just southeast of
Amateurs in the 150-target match
scored as follows: First, F. XI. Troeh.
Vancouver. Wish.. 116; second P. 11.
O'Brien, Portland, 144; third, tie be
tween A. Blsir, Portland, ami Elmer
NiekorsiMi, Allianv, 111.
Scores, in four-men team shoot, each
man shooting at 25 targets: Portland,
O'Brien ,21; Scavy, 21: Blair, 24; Tcm
pleton, 2'l. Salem, Siddall, 25; Wilson,
22; Lewis. 22: Palmer, 20. Woodburn, '
V:iu Attn, 21; Leith. 22; Huwmiii, 22:
Whitney, -21. Allianv, Leiningcr. 21;
Nickerson, 23; Dodcle, 21; Froinan, 19.
Another 150 target match will be'
held tomorrow and the tournament will
end with n 100 -target match for the'
championship of the state, the winner
of which will represent Oregon nt the;
grand American, handicap. i
In the. 50 target mitch for the Hon !
evnian diamond trophy, P. It. O'Brien,
Pinal; Tcmpleton nnd .lames W. Sea
vey, all of Portland, tied for first place
nit'a 40 birds cadi. Al Seguin, of Port
land; E. H. Seeley, of Medt'ord. tied for
second with 45. In shooting off the tie
for the trop'iv O'Brien won by break
ing 25 s'rnht, Tcmpleton fcoring 21
Warrants Not Paid Must Be
Returned Before Judgment
Cities having street paving done by
contractors must cither accept or re
ject the work within a reasonable time
or be estopped from pleading that the
labor or materials were inferior accord
ing to a decision of the supreme court
this morninc in the case of V. R. Dennis
and P. C. Christensen against the city
of Willamina. It appears that the city
of Willnmina ordered some paving done
and let the contract to Dennis & Chris
tensen and tho engineer reported favor
ably on the work to the city council nnd
upon his recommendation part of the
contract price was paid in city war
rants. The council, however, failed to take
final action in either accepting or re
jecting the city engineer's reports and
the contractors brought suit to recover
the entire amount after presenting the
warrants for payment and having them
markel "Not paid for want of funds."
They brought action in the Yamhill
county circuit court nnd Judge H. H.
Belt instructed a verdict for the con
tractors awarding them judgment in the
sum of $4,928. The city appealed from
this decision nnd in nn opinion written
by Chief Justice Moore affirming the
lower court it was held that the trial
judge was right and that the contractors
should have judgment for the entire
amount but it was mnde on condition
that they return the city warrants
which had already been given them.
1 lie other case opinions handed down
George Hinkle. appellant, vs. Oregon
Chair company, appealed from Mult
nomah county, former opinion adhered
to on petition or rehearing.
J. L. McMaster vs. A. C. Ruby & Co.,
appellant, appealed from Union county,
suit to quiet title, opinion by Justice
Burnett, Circuit Judge Knowles' judg
ment for plaintiff reversed.
Jyizabeth French, appellant, vs.
Columbia Life Insurance & Trust com
pany, appealed from Multnomah coun
ty, petition for rehearing denied, opin
ion by Justice Benson.
Jane W. Muir, executor of the estate
of William T. Muir, appellant, vs. Mor
ris Bros., appealed from Multnomah
county, petition for rehearing denied,
opinion by Hams.
I I. Paulson, appellant, vs. t. O.
Weeks, apepalcd from.iuultnomah coun
ty, action to recover money paid for
snares of stock, opinion by Justice ilnr
rts, Circuit Judge Morrow s judgment
for defendant attirmed.
Petitions for rehearing were denied
in Stephens vs. Oregon Nut & Fruit Co.;
Sunford vs. llanan and Tucker vs,
Cherrians Asked to
Take Part Memorial Day
The Cherrians as an organization nnd
the Cherrian band have been asked to
take part in the Memorial day exercises
and the program to be given during the
afternoon at Willson'-s park. The re
quest that they participate in all the
exercises of the day came from t. i.
Porter, commander of Sons of Veterans,
as chairman, R. Kumrow, commander
of the Spanish War veterans, and Joe
McAllister, member of Company Al. U
Twenty-eight organizations have been
invited to assist in the day's observ
ance. The morning will be spent with
appropriate exercises nt the cemetery.
1 lie organizations will meet at 1
o'clock at the armory 'where the parade
will be formed. The line of m a roll will
include the downtown business district,
ending at Willson park, where the pro
gram of the afternoon will begin. Be
sides appropriate addresses, there will
be musical numbers, and also selections
by tho Cherrian band.
From Willson park, the procession
headed by the Cherrian band, will
march to the river, where appropriate
exercises will be- held by tho Ladies
Relief Corps in honor of the dead naval
heroes. The services nt the river w ill
close tho day's exercises.
DRIVERS GO ON STRIKE
Chicago, May 11. Seven hundred
drivers of the American, Wells Fargo
and Adams express companies went
on strike today when recognition for
their union was refused. Shipments
worth hundreds of thousands of dollars
are tied up.
Tennis Rackets Restrung
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PHONE 937 For wood saw.
TEAM WANTED Phone 152.
HARRY Window cleaner, Phone 768.
WHITE FIR WOOD choppers wanted.
Phone 80F11. tf
FRONT APARTMENTS Ground flo"or
491 N. Cottage. tf
WANTED To pasture cattle. Gervais
Rt.- 2, box 5ti. mayl7
WANTED Single persons' laundrings.
1035 S. Coin'l. mayl7
FOR RENT SIGNS For sale at Cap
ital Journal office. tf
FOR RENT Upright piano, price reas
onable. Phoue 1013. maylC
MEN WANTED To hoe hops, Bolter
hop yards, Brooks. mayl7
FURNISHED 4 room bungalow
rent. 1119 Tride.
WANTED Two teams for plowing for
a week. Phone 84F2. ninyw
TOR RENT Modern 4 room house well
furnished. Pnone 798W. u
WANTED Girl or middle aged woman
for general housework. 1'lione Ji-.i
TEAMS WANTED To haul paper
wood. N. Henmngson. i'toone toe n-
BUFFALO PITCH Separator for sale,
also bow ana ot i"B. 1
vnilNO IiADY Desires room ana-
board in pnvite iamiiy. AaaresB o
FOR RENT New modern, 5 room cot
tage, partly furnisaed. a. w. Juncy.
Phnim 815. tf
WANTED To buy a 1200 lb. horse not
over 10 years old. Frank caiaDS, i.
4. box 23. mnyU
piirntshed rooms and housekeeping
nppartmenta, rates reasonable, elose
in inn i nun.
a tvttt.k COW For sale or trade for a
beef cow.. Phone lloO-w,. or can ai
1656 Mill St. mayl6
F.xnenenecd tinm nana
Address C. P. Rodgers, 'lurner, uTe.,
or Phone 53F12. may20
vtT si TP Fresh cow. Jersey and
Holsteln. Et. 4, bo ma. rnone
9F31, John Fibry. mayl6
FOR RENT Flat close in, turnisncu
nnfiim shed. Fhone S'-JJ-J, or can
,t .M North Cottaire St. tf
TOR SALE A team of black mares,
4 wnrs nil. One mile southwest oi
Fratum, Freif dc Vries. mayl6
iv ANTED 5 room bungalow on or
nrar car line, on installments, must
he i-hetn. Box 414. Salem. mav20
WANTED To borrow $1200 or $1500
private money on city property. Ad
dress T. D. H. care Journal. mayl6
TO LOAN $1000 and $500 on city
property or acreage, Donald W. Miles
15 Bush bk. bldg. Phone 510. mayl8
FOR SALE 18 acres, good terms, 16
in crops and fruit, fair buildings.
W. W. Lander,
TOR SALE CHEAP Confectionery
and drv eoods store, good location
on 25th St. Fhone 934-R. H. C. O'Neil
owner. " may
EXPERIENCED WOMAN Will do
washing, ironing, houscclenning, cook
ing or sewing by day or hour. Phone
$12 FURNISHED Complete six room
modern cottage at 1023 North 17th
St.. Enclcwood carline. Owner there
SrI.T. HOUSE And lot for sale
sewer, wnter and electric litfht and
furnished, everything goes at $700.
II-1 U care .lournai. mayia
FOUND A target ntle owner can
have same bv calling nt W. F
Barnes residence, 1435 Hines St
identifying same and paying for this
.ad. may 16
MEALS 15c and up. meal ticket $4
per week. Hots and mush furnished
free with each breakfast order. 1 her
ry City Cafe, lo'S S. High. Under new
MEN AND WOMEN Make $(i to $1
a d.iv selling our new article, whit-
is needed bv evcrvone everywhere,
Write nt once. Home Mfg. Co., Iong
Beach, Calif. mnvK
WANTED A good stock farm. W
have to offer in payment first mort
gage of $4550 on well improved farm
nnd a good eitv property worth $1
SOO. Soiuire Deal Kealtv Co., 202 V
S. Bank Bblr. Phone 470. tf
Wedding Announcements, In
vitations, and Calling Cards
printed to your order at the
Capital Journal job office.
GOOD -Furnished house to rent, close,
in.' Phone Main 4 or 47. tf
FOR RENT 5 room modern house,
1441 Trade St., Enquire W. A. Lis
ten, 484 Court St. tf
FOB RENT Furnished and unfurnish
ed rooms in Hubbard building. W.
H. Norris. Room 304. . tf
WANTED 10 hoptrainers. Geo. W.
Lewis, Salem Bk. of Com. Bid;.
Phones 339 ind 2136-W. . may 17
FOR RENT Nice furnished room in
ew house in private family, 3 block
from P. O. Inquire G-10 care Journ
FOR SALE New walking plow and
two horse disc, also good cheap
team, would trade for cow. Phone
FOR RENT 12 acres of land, 4 room
bungalow, barn, chicken bouse, yard
and garden, mostly pasture. Phone
rOR SALE! 3 '4 half truck Stndebaker
wagon. Will trade for heavier wagon,
cordwood or stumpage. 2786 Lee.
Phone 1322-J. it
FOR RENT Business block room, size
jBxis icet. 40 tate street. In
quire nt 463 State. Phone; 1009.
Maurice Klinger. tf
RESTAURANT FOR SALE Seating
capacity 100. Owner must sell on ac
count of health. Box 224, Independ
ence, Oregon. may23
SALEM AND PORTLAND Improved
city property to exenange for mer
chandise of any kind, any -where.
Address box 28, Cribtree, Or. tf
WE WILL PURCHASE A few good
young horses, fifteen or sixteen hun
dred pounds. Give all information in
firat reply. 100 care Journal, mid
WANTED Someone that ean do atsn
ographio work and has fair knowl
edge of bookkeeping with some ex
perience. S B care Journal. may 17
FOR SALE At bargain prices, one
Troy laundry mangle 90 inches, store
shelving, two teams and Shetland
pony,' 2 double buggies, one singb
buggy. H. : Steinbock, 302 N. Com'l
Phone 808. tf
FOR RENT 45 acres 0 miles from Sa
lem, 1 mile from R. R. station, good
house and barn, crop in, will sell
stock, consisting of young cattle,
colts, goats, chickens, etc., to renter.
538 State St. may20
County . School Superintendent
Republican Primaries, Kay 19
Am a believer in and will work
for tho best methods to prepare
pour boys and girls for their
place in life.
Am a believer in economy and
win worn to save yon several .
hundred dollars in taxes, while T
our schools move on to the front, t
Business administration conplcd
with intelligent leadership. X
GEO. G. BINGHAM
Republican Candidate for
LINN AND MARION COUNTIES
At Republican Primaries, May 19, 1916
W. M. SMITH
Candidate for County Superintendent,
at the Republican Primaries, May 19.
record for progress in
No. "7 on biillot.
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