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THE DAILY CAPITAL SALEM, ORE. THURSDAY. JUNE 13. T18.
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Minimum charge 13c.
MTJLTIGBAPHING Phor 340. 8-25
3YANTED Hay to put np on shares.
Fkon 3GF3 or 77F4. 6-19
TO TRADE House and lot for auto
mobile. 332 Water St. 6-15
BOX wants position, work in garage
preferred. Phone 1582M. 6-15
BOOM and board, 1112 Mill St. 6-18
.WANTED Strained honey in bulk.
Cherry City Bakery Co. tf
HAVE you wood sawingf Call phone
!FOB SALE Fir wood and team of
young mares. Phone 2142R, 6-18
FOUND Coin purse, about June 1st.
Owner call 913. 6-13
TWO rooms with board, summer rates.
461 N. High. 6-14
COL. W. F. WRIGHT, the auctioneer
Tamer, Oregon. Phone 59. tf
FOR SALE -Strictly modern, 5 room
bungalow. Low price. Easy terms.
1675 S. Church St. 5-17
WANTED Three dozen Barred Bock
pullets, April hatch. 332 Water 8t.
P0B SALE Two new suits, one pair
white trousers, size 34, belonging to
man gone to war. Call 991. 6-12
WANTED 15 year old boy wants
steady work on farm; until school
starts. Phone 1416. 6-14
TO LOAN Money up to $3500 at 6
per cent on good farm security. W.
A. Liston, 434 Court. 6-15
WOOD of all kinds for Bale. , Place
your order before the full rushl John
H. Scott, Phone 254 or 22. . 6-15
WANTED Portable garage for Ford,
for cash. Address P. 0, care Journal.
FOR SALE One single-horse wagon
and harness, will' sell cheap. Phone
734, 271 N. Com!. tf
HOUSEKEEPING apartment and
single rooms, nicely furnished, at
633 Ferry street. tf
BAY Do you wish to pick Loganber
ries in a No. 1 10 acre yard J If so
I AM shiirmine to Rogue River, Ore,
Would like a party to occupy half
of car with me. Phone 1344. 6-12
TWO and three room furnished' apart-
ments. '491 N. Cottage. Phone 2203.
WANT EH) At once, a married man
to live on faint and haul wood.
Phono 254 or 622. 6-14
WANTED To sell wood hauling out
fit to man who will haul wood for
same. Phono 79F11. -6"-14
LOGANBERRY pickers wanted, half
mile from end of car line. Phone 69
12 evenings, Mrs. A. W. Cox, 6-13
TOUNO man wishes employment with
small Ford delivery truck, country
or city. L. E. Johnson, 245 D St. 6-18
WANTED Rug strippers, will pay 2c
per pound. Phone 700 or 402 N.. Coml
' Western Junk Co. , 6-114
MONEY TO LOAN on real estate. H.
M. Hawkins, 314 Masonic building,
Salem. - tf
.WANTED - Mohair fit East Salem
Tannery, 25th and Oak St. Phone
FOR S ALB Some fresh milch owe
n3 farm horses, also want to buy
Second head binder. Geo. Swegle, tf
WANT To secure $1000 loan at 7 per
eent, Socolofsky, 341 State St. Phone
070. 6 12
STOCK RANCH for rent, 160 acres in
Yamhill county; will sell stock. 12
cows, team and wagon ami imple
ments. P. J. Sthoppert, rural route
4, Salem, Or. 615
WANTED Steady, experienced wo
man for county hotel, all around
' work, must be capable and neat and
willing to work, $30 per month and
' good room and board, By writing
cive phone. Falls City Hotel, Falls
City. . 6-15
PONT YOU KNOW, that if yon wish
to buy, sell or exchange any kind
. ef realty you should go straight into
an offiee of the Oregon Rcalb- Ex
change Investment Co. Incl why!
' Because- they put the buyer, seller
and exchanger of realty together,
Bjid ehargo no commission. Salem
office, Breyman bldg. 7-13
fOMS one wants your property and
yon irould sell. We eharg no com-
mission for putting buyer and eli
' r together. For further information
1 Oregon Realty Exchange Investment
) Co, Ine., 14 Breyman bldg, Salem,
f Or, Chamber of Commerce bldg., Ea-
IWM, Or 250 Si Bt Portland,
SELL SOMETHING. "DON'T
FOR SALE-Studebaker 1!4 spring
""s"i ww sou caeap. moae Hi,
a. coax , tf
FOR KENT Furnished house, strictly
modern, hot water heat. Address Box
3T3 Salem, Or. tf
FOR SALE One tent 14x20, good as
new. One De Laval cream separator
in good repair- 2736 Lee St., Sa
WANTED Women to work in prepar
atory department, good pay.- Apply
at once Salem Kings Products Co.
FOR SALE--6 bottom John Deere plow
s good as new, at half of pri-ee if
1akea right awy. Address H. ' J.
care Journal. 6-13
FOUND Office key on S. ComT St.,
business district- Owner may have
same by calling at Journal office.
POTATOES FOR SALE 75c per hun-
dred bring sacks. T. Fitzpatnck, on
asylum farm road, first house south
of Sehubinger cheese factory. CIS
FOR SALE 25 acres, improved, plen
ty of water and timber, 2 miles
from Salem on Dallas road. Wm- M.
Schuctt, Rt. 2, Salem. 8-18
FOR SALE Cheap, two gray horses,
weight 1150 j wagon, harness, plow
and other tools. Valley Motor Co.,
State andi Front Sts. 6-13
YOUNG .man wishes position , am fa
miliar with steam engines and
pumps ofl all kinds. Address H. M.
caro Journal. 5-15
FOR SALE Young team work horses
cheap; 10 acres, buildings, orchard,
main road, close to small town near
Salem. B. M. Woods, 455 Court St.
FOR SALE By lowner, new 8 room
nouse, stricuy moaern in every re
spect, 3 blocks from post office,
furnished if desired, terms can be
arranged. Phone 58. 6-13
WE PAY the highest cash prices for
second hand furniture, stoves, rugs,
etc. Shipping carload lots to Port
land. Phono 593.. 6-21
PRUNE orchard sale. Buy now sac-
Mice sale in one of the best orcn
ards. close in; crop and all goes, on
Pacific highway. Owner, phone 1222
or 385. 2U5 V. a, JNatl bank bldg.
STRAYED OR STOLEN-From pasture
near nnu a .t erry, ssunflay last, one
rt"--tr rw" :'v(in-'ii n fillev nno year
Did la' good condition, white star in
lu.uu ..... .,ni.u . r.. iv . t.rmsuiii. r:
lem. Phono 221.
idAUKJU iarm for sale cheap; 7 room
plastered house, good barn, 2 hen
houses, pressure well, 6 aeres -prunes
and family orchard, 2 acres pasture
witn shade trees. Write for terms or
phone 61F11. T. E. Niumemaker, Rt,
2, box 53. 6-18
HAVE for sale an exceptionally fane
bargain in a 7 room residence, well
located, built about 6 years ago, that
cost the owner '$3500 now offered
for quick sale, for $1500, $500 cash.
This is a forced sale and. will pay
you to look into it. John H. Scott,
404 Hubbard bldg. 6-14
TWO and a half miles narth of Mon
mouth on the West Side highway, I
will sell at public auction, 10 a. m.
Saturday June 15, liorses, cattle and
complete outfit of farming imple
ments, machinery, binders, etc. Pos
sibly may sell large quantity of oats
and hay. Charlie O'Brien, owner.
LOGANBERRY pickers wanted; 30
acres, two miles east of Brooks, good
camp groimds.-wood and water; we
move you out to yard and back to
town; picking will last about five
weeks. Mangis Bros., Salem., Or.
Phone 717. tf
BERRY PICKERS WANTED Larg
est yard in the valley. Good tamp
ing, good' water, provisions on the
ground. We move yon out to yard
and back to town. Picking begins
about June 2ouh. Hegister now. we
pay one cent with 3-Sth cent bonus
per pound. I H. Robert, Rt, 7, Sa
lem, Or., Phone 41F24. tf
15 LOGANBERRY pickers wanted;
good picking, good camping ground,
can walk and live at home only 15
minutes walk from ond of bridge.
Wallace road, Polk county; would
also like to register same crew for
picking bean. W. C Franklin. Phone
52F14. - , tf
OLD FALSE TEETH wanted; doesn't
matter if oroken. We pay yon actual
value. We pay cash for old gold,
silver and platinum. Send to us and
receive cash by return mail. If priee
is not satisfactory, we will return
teeth promptly upon request. Inter
national Teeth Co., 305 West 42nd
St., New York. tf
MAMMOTH public auction sale to be
Laid at W. J. Tarnidge farm June 18,
located 1 miles east Of Buena Vis
ta in Marion county, near Talbot
station on Oregon Electric car line,
8 miles west of Jefferson. I will of
fer for sale over 80 head of cattle
Jersey, Holsteia and Durham grades,
consisting of cows, stock eattle and
beef steers. 200 head Angora goats,
mostly nannies; 5 head horses, some
registered Duroe hogs, 2 farm wa
gons and other farm - implements.
Sale will eommenee 10 oVlock a. m.
Col. F. N.'Woodry, auctioneer. W.
'J, Tarnidge:, cwner. 614
NOTICE That on Mav 20th Chas.
Vermehren and H. M. Baker, cat
tle and stock buyers dissolved part
nership. Mr. Vermehren will continue
in, tie business and Mr. Baker, hav
ing other interests to look after. 6-15
o- KUU.M bungalow for sale, modern,
large garden all in, 17 blocks from
Bush's bank, 1 block from paved
street, i blocks from canine. Will
seU entire iroperty ror less than the
house alone can be built. Ivan C.
Beers, 1695 H. Liberty St. or Capital
Drug store. - 6-13
WANTED Loganbery pickers for
45 acres of berries located mile
from canine at Salem Heights. Fif
teen minute service. Five cent fare
to Salem. Fin camp grove, free
wood, potato pat oh and straw for
bedding. Water piped on camp
grounds.' No tents or bunk bouses.
Telephone on camp grounds and) free
daily delivery of groceries. Pickers
can make from $2.30 to $3.50 per
dav; season will' last from S to 6
weeks. Picking will start about
June 17th. Telephone rtF2, B. Cun
ningham, Rt. 3. box 121, Salem.
Commencement Address by
Editor LB. Piper of Port
The annual commencement exercises
of Willamette University were held yes
terday morning at the First Methodist
church with the conferring of the de
gree of isatetielor or Arts on 6i grad
uates, nine law diplomas, five diplo
mas in voice and piano and six certifi
cates in musie public school work.
The honorary deirree of Doctor of
Divinity was conferred on President
Carl Gregg Doney, wno has 'been in
France since January end who is now
on his way home.
The commencement address was de
livered by Edgar B Piper, a graduate
of Willamette and editor of the Ore
gonian. Keyes prize for honors in oratory
Miss Evadne M. Harrison of Portland,
first, and Paul Wapato of Okanogan,
Steeves prize for debate Arlie G
Walker of Woodburu, first and Otto
K. Paulus of Salem, second. University
prizes in this department were won
by Evadne (Harrison, -ot Portland,, Faye
Bolin of Salem, Arlie G. Walker of
Woodburn, Otto Paulus of Salem, Har
old Dimick of Woodburu and Myrtle
Mason of Boise, Idaho.
Albert prize Miss Myrtle Mason of
Alumni prizes In Latin, to Grace
G. Bagley of Salem; in constitutional
history ef the United States, Mary
Eyre of Salem, with honorable mention
for Arlie G. Walker of Woodburn.
Tha title of senior scholars for 1918
1919 are Vesta Mulligan in biology;
Glenna Teeters in chemistry; Helen
Goltra in English; Eliztbeth Briggs in
history and Mary Parounagian in Latin
For the commencement exercises in
tha church, Dean Georee H. Alden pre
sided, assisted by the Rev. William S.
Gordon, Rev. Henry J. Talbot and Rev.
Kimball Hill Invtes
Salem to Attend
A ntWwberrv- fete will be eiven Sat-,
urday evening' of thig W"eck by the
Polk County Community auxiliary at
Kimball Hill to which the people of
Salem are invited.
For those who intend to walk, just
across the bridge there wnl be free
automobiles startine at 7:15 o'clock
and running until 8 o'clock, with a rei
turn to tne bridge alter tne evening s
The fete is given as a Red Cross
benefit and the program is as follows:
Dance, "Coinin? of Serine," by
Song Dan F. Langenburg.
Drill 'Bbvtt of mrls.
Song "Flag Without a Stain,"
Mrs. Hallie Parrish Durdall.
Address, Dr. Starbuck.
Reading Miss Emily Luce.
Sword dance Martel Shipp.
Song Carl Stevenson.
Recitation Mrs. Yates of Polk coun
Cornet solo "Tramp, Tramp,"
Butterfly dance Genevieve Barbour
and Madeline Brown-
Address Walter ienton4
Song ''Star Spangled Banner,"
Mis. Hallie Parrish Durdall.
. MILLER MAKES REPLY
To the Editor. In reply to an article
in the Journal on the 10th which stat
ed that the flouring mills were selling
screenings at 5c per pound. The writ
er of this article undoubtedly could
fill a position in a gas plant nicely.
For the information of the public
and the thin-headed we wish to state
that the maximum price we have charg
ed for screenings is 3c per pound.
We are paying 3c per pound for the
best screenings and furnish the sacks.
CH BRRY CITY FLOITETNG MILL
WE DESIRE the services of a few
young ladies, $8 a week paid begin
ners, with extra pay for Sunday and
holiday work. Beftdar and frequent
increase, Apply Chief Operator The
Pac. Tel. fc Tel. Co. 6-13
JOURNAL WANT ADS SELL
Heavy selling the past three days of this sale has naturally broken up sizes in some lines, and reduced
other lines to one or two garments. These have all been placed on "SPECIAL' RACKS and given
IjAIKA srULlAL FK1LES TO COMPLETELY
38 YEARS THE LEADER
IN SALEM AND STILL
- ON TOP
Be it known we DID NOT subscribe to a BARGAIN DAY, at this time. Anv "truthful merchant" will tell you
that Merchandise is on the rise, and hard to get; in fact some lines cannot be replaced. Therefore, no merchant
who has played the game fair, protected his customers by keeping his stocks new and clean, can afford to give
those wonderful bargains that could be given a year ago. This is the truth. However, we are so situated that
we can give you "REAL BARGAINS," and for this reason we are going to remodel our store, give up the second
floor and conserve our forces on the Main Floor and Annex. The war demands "Conservation" on all lines; the
"Help Question" is getting harder every dav. and as the war progresses non-essentials will be cut down more
and more., WE ARE IN THE WAR TO WDMnything that will help the warjsituation we will do: we sha close
out some of bur hues at prices'that are less than could be bought at the factory, that we can condense oiir stock,
and release all possible workers for the war. ;
These Stocks will be the basis of our BARGAINS for BARGAIN DAY. Our present matchless stock of Merchan
dise has advanced in Factorv Cost 20A to 40? since we purchased, therefore you can appreciate what the
BIG STORE will do for its host of Ioval and satisfied patrons. -
While we are a private enterprise we believe the public should b our confidents, hence we never hesitate to be
bluntly frank in our stand and statements. "
ENTIRE STOCK '
Less Than Factory Cost
We" carried the best line
made in America
Our entire stock to close
out, and make room for
our big Remodeling of
THESE ARE A FEW
WE DO NOT CAMOUFLAGE THE BUYING PUBLIC-ELSE WE WOULD
BUSINESS IN SALEM FOR TRIRTY EIGHT YEARS.
You Can Always Do Better at
WE CAN USE THIS EMBLEM OF
WE HAVE NEVER MISLED THE PUBLIC, OR MADE INFLATED
STATEMENTS AND WE WILL BE TRUTHFUL ABOUT THIS-
at are you going to do 'about it?
THIS MAY BE YOUR LAST OPPORTUNITY
FOR A REMNANT DAY FOR A LONG, LONG
TIME-WOOL AND COTTON GOODS,
RIBBONS, LACES, ETC.
We shall run our "REM
NANT TABLE" for BAR
GAIN DAY. All Remnants
24-inch wide stripes and
dots, regular 50c, Bar
gain Day 29c
27-inch wide, splendid
for curtains, regular
45c, Bargain Day .-23c
BARGAINS FOR BARGAIN DAY; BUT EVERY DEPARTMENT WILL HAVE
OFFERINGS THAT WILL BE MONEY SAVERS
fjik?yW 'M raw
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THE BIG STORE
All our damaged Gloves
have been thrown on a
counter; your choice
Bargain Day 9gc
These Gloves sold from
$1.25 to $2.(XLThe dam
ages are very slight and
may be easily repaired.
WHEN YOU READ IT I
IN OUR ADS YOU I
KNOW IT'S SO
Our entire stock at less I
This discount is on the
old prices, not on the
new and heavy ad
vanced price. '
36-inch Fibre Wash Silk
in a beautiful array of
stripes. A splendid
summer fabrics, for
waists and Dresses,
Bargain Day ..... 79c
Special table of our
beautiful Dress Trim
mings. No reserve
Bargain Day Less 1g
NOT HAVE BEEN IN