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VHE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL. SALEM. ORE. FRTDAY. JITNE 14. 1918.
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HULTIGRAPHINQ Phona S40. 8-S5
RANTED Hay to put up on shares.
Phone 36F3 or 77F4. ' 6-19
HORSE for sale cheap, at 1394 N.
' Church St. 6-17
FOR SALE Tree of Tartarian rher-
rice. Phone 13a9. 6-lo
TO T&ADE House and lot for auto
mobile. 332 Water St. 6-13
BOY wants position, work in garage
preferred. Phone 1582M.. . 6-15
BOOM and board, 1112 Mill St. 6-18
iWANTED Strained honey in bulk.
Cherry City Bakery Co. tf
EAVE you wood sawingl Call phone
FOB SALE Fir wood and team of
young mares. Phono 2142R. 6-18
TWO rooms: with board, summer rates.
461 N. High. 6-14
COL. W. F. WRIGHT, the auctioneer
Turner, Oregon. Phone 59.
FOR SALE Strictly modern, 5 room
bungalow. Low price. Easy terms.
. 1075 8. Church St. 5-17
WANTED-Three dozen Barred Rock
pullets, April hatch. 332 Water St.
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, 4d4 Court. ' 6-15
WOOD of all kinds for sale. Place
your ordeif before the fall rush. John
H. Scott, Phono 254 or 622. . 6-15
JFOR SALE One single-horso wagon
ana narness, win sen cnuap. xhuub
734, 271 N. Cam'). tf
HOUSEKEEPING apartments - 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! If so
Phone 100F32, ' tf
TWO and three room furnished apart
ments. 491 N. Cottage. Phone 2203.
WANTED At once, a married man
to live on farm and haul wood.
Phone 254 or 622. 614
WANTED To sell wood hauling out
fit to man who will haul wood for
same. Phone 79F11. . 0-14
LOGANBERRY pickers wanted, half
mile from end of car line. Phone 69
F2 evenings, Mrs. A. W. Cox. 6-18
YOUNG man wishes employment with
small Ford delivery truck, country
or city, L. E. Johnson, 215 D St. 6 18
.WANTED Rug strippers, will pay 2c
per pound. Phone 706 or 402 N. Coml
Western Junk Co. 8-111
MONEY TO LOAN on Teal estate. H.
H. Hawkins, 314 Masonic building,
"WANTED Mohair At East Salem
tannery, 25th and Oak St. Phone
FOB BALB Some fresh milch cowt
and farm horses, also want to buy a
second hand binder. Geo. Swegle. tf
WE PAY the highest cash prices for
econd hand furniture, stoves, Tugs,
etc. Shipping carload lots to Port
land. Phone 593. 6-21
13ACRE farm for sale cheap; 7 room
plastered house, good barn, 2 hen
iouses, pressure well, 6 acres prunes
3 a n , . I. .1 O nn.no Ti ot 11 1"
I with shade trees. Write for term or
ihone 61F11. T. E. Nunnemaker, Rt.
! W 53. 6-18
i STOCK RANCH for rent, 1G0 acres in
Yamhill, county; will sell stock. 12
' cows, team and wagon and impie
ty ments. P. J. Schoppcrt, Tural route
, Salem, Or. 6-15
WANTED Steady, experienced wo
I man for county hotel, all around
1 1. i. 1... AflMU. And Mt &T1(1
willing to work, $30 per month and
good room and board, By writing
irive phone. Falls City Hotel, Falls
City. - 6-15
DON'T YOU KNOW, that if you wish
to buy, sell or exchange any kind
of realty you should go straight into
sin offieo of the Oregon Realty Ex
change Investment Co. Incl Why!
Because they put the buyer, seller
and exchanger of realty together,
mmi charge no commission. Salem
office, Breyman bldg. 7-13
POMD on wants your property end
ya would sell. We charge no eom
. miaiom for nutting buyer and sell
i tor together. For further information
f Oregon Realty Exchange Investment
Co, Ine., 14 Breyman bldg., Salem,
' Or. Chamber of Commere bldg., Xn-
raw, Or 8504 34 St. Portland,
WANTED Cultivating . and general
work in the e-ty. Phone 136(5. 6-20
FOB SALE Studebaker 1 spring
wagon, will sell cheap. Phone 734,
71 N. ComX tf
FOR RENT Furnished house, strictly
' modern, hot water heat Address Box
373 Salem, Or. tf
FOR SALE One tent 14x20, good as
new. One De Lava cream separator
in -good repair. 27S6 Lee St., Sa
lemi ' 6-15
POTATOES for sale 50e and 80c per
cwt. Cal! before 8 a. m. or after 7
p. m. Thone 50F14. 6-20
WASTED Woman or girl for house
work, all or part of time, no cook
ing. 461 High. Phone 1027. 6-17
WANTED Young man for shipping
department. Cherry City Baking
Co. - 6-15
NOTICE That on May 20th Chas.
Vermchren and H. M. Baker, cat
tle and stock buyers dissolved part
nership,. Mr. Vermehren will continue
in the business and Mr. Baker, hav
ing other interests to look after. 6-15
a ROOM bungalow for sale, modern,
large garden all in, 17 clocks from
Bush's bank, 1 block from paved
street, 3 blocks from carHne. Will
sell entire property ror less than the
house alone can be built. Ivan C.
Beers, 1695 N. Liberty St. or Capital
Drug store. 6-13
FOUND Office key on 8. Com'l 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 Toad, first house south
of Schubinger cheese factory. 6-18
FOR SALE 23 acres, improved,, plen
ty of water and timber, 2 VI- mileB
from Salem on Dallas road. Wm- M.
Sehnett, Rt. 2, Salem. 6-18
YOUNG man wishes position , am fa
miliar with steam engines and
pumps of ail kinds. Address H. M.
care Journal. 515
FOR SALE Two Colts revolvers; one
32-20 e-inea tarrel, 114 shells, shoul
der holster for $25; one 38 special,
4-inch barrel with holster $-2. Hca
sons for selling, going away. J. H.
Garrison .state hospital, Salwn, Or.
EXPERIENCED WOODSMEN If von
have had experience in timber work
we can use you getting out ship
knees, to per day for eight hours
work. Call at our office, 542 State
St. or phone 717. Mangis Bros, tf
WANTED Loganbery pickers for
4o acres of berries located i mile
from car line at Salem Heights. Fif
teen minute service. Five cent fare
to Salem. Fine camp grove, free
wood, potato patch and straw for
bedding. Water piped on camp
grounds. No tents or bunk houses.
Telephone on camp grounds and free
daily, delivery of groceries. Pickers
can make from $2.30 to $3.50 per
day; Beason will last from 5 to 6
weeks. Picking will start about
Juno 17th. Telephone 21F2, B. Cun:
ningham, Rt. 3, box 121, Salem,
LOGANBERRY pickers wanted; 30
acres, two miles cast of Brooks, good
camp grounds, wood and water; we
move you out to yard and back to
town; picking will last about five
weeks. Mangis Bros., Salem., Or.
Phono 717. tf
I HAVE for salo an exceptionally fine
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 blilg. - 6-14
TWO and a half miles north of Mon
mouth on the West Side highway, I
will sell at public ancitlon, 10 a. m.
Saturday Juue 15, Worses, cattle and
complete outfit of fanning imple
ments, machinery, binders, etc. Pos
sibly may sell large quantity of oats
and hay. Charlie O'Brien, owner.
BERRY PICKERS WANTED Larg
est yard in the valley. Good camp
n& B00& water, provisions on the
ground. We move you out to yard
and back to town. Picking begins
about June 25tih. Register now, wo
pay one cent with 3-8th cent bonus
per pound. L. H. Roberts, 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 end of bridge.
Wallace road, Polk county; wou'd
also like to register same crew for
picking bean. W. C. Franklin. Phone
OLD FALSE TEETH wanted; doesn't
matter if broken. We pay you actual,
value. We pay cash for old gold,
silver and platinum. Send to us and
receive cash by return mail. If price
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
held at W. J. Turnidge 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, Holstein and Durham grades,
consisting of cows, stock cattle 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 commence 10 o'clock a. m.
Col. F. N. Woodry, auctioneer. W.
J. Turnidge, owner. , 6-14
THE SCHOOL board of school district
number 24, Salem, Oregon, advertise
for bids on the following apparatus:
Bids to be itemized.
1 Stewart No. 28 oven furnace.
1 No. 34 13-inxS-ft. South Bend
crew cutting engine lathe. Fitted
with automatic longitudinal feed,
automatic cross feed and compound
rest. Countershaft, face plate and
11 necessary wrenches and attach
ments. 2 No. 34 13-in.xa-ft. South Bend
screw cutting engine lathe.-
3. 302 8-in 4-jaw Independent lathe
1 No. 2 Bristol milling machine pow
er feed attachment, 7-8 arbor for
same, centers and indexing head.
1 Fox O B milling machine.
1 Fox. centers and indexing head.
1 No. 5 Little Giant taps and dies.
10 No- 203 3-in. jaw swivel base
1 No. 1 Q & C power shop saw.
1 20-in. upright power drill press.
1 grinding machine complete.
Bids on the above material will be
opened on Tuesday evening, June
25th. at 8 p. m. The school fecard re
serves the right to Toject any or all
bys or accept any part of any bid.
School District No. 24, Marion Coun
tv, Oregon. 6-17
By W. H. Burghardt, Jr., clerk.
Election of School
Directors Next Monday
Citizens of Salem school district No.
24 will be colled upon next Monday to
express a preference as to who shall
have charge of the public schools for
the next few years as the term of a
school director is for three years.
It is probable that but four candi
dates will be in ithe field. Harley O.
White and Chaunccy Bishop stand for
the progress the school has been mak
ing for several years as Mr. White has
already served one term on tho board.
The other two candidates are the
Rev. H. E. Pentberton and A. F. Mar
cus, both of South Salem.
Tho voting hours are from 2. o'clock
in tho afternoon until 7 o'clock in the
evening and the voting place is at the
fonmer Red Cross headquarters on
State street, opposite The Spa.
.Lvery registered voter is qualified
to vote at school elections as ithe prop
erty qualification was removed about
two years ago. , i
Tone Is Strong
In Wall Street Today
New Yok, June 14. The New York
Evening Sun financial review tonight
The feature of today's market on
the New York stock exchange was the
continuation of a general tone of
strength which manifested itself in the
final hour Tuesday. Steels and cop
pers gave tho best demonstration of
sustained strength, with the rise in
oils an outstanding feature.
American Hide and Leather, Gsner-
al Electric and Baldwin scored sharp
advances. The rails were generally neg
lected. ' .
Trading quieted in the late after
noon following an advance and quick
rcacitioa in n.arine stocks. Althougn
the list closed somewhat below the best
prices of the day strength was main
tained in tho late trading and many
issues scored substantial gains over
Thursday's final. United States Steel
was above .tho low of the previous day-
Judge Lowell Will
Be Principal Speaker
The saveaker for the mass meeting to
be held at the armory Sunday after
noon, June 23, as a preliminary to tho
war savings stamps campaign to be
put on in Salom June 24 and 25 will
be Judge Stephen A. Lowell of Pendle
ton. In his letter to Dan J. Fry, chair
man of the speakers committee, ac
cepting the invitation he writes: "We
are all soldiers, behind the lines now
and soldiers are expected to obey. 1
have endeavored to find a place in
active service but whitening hairs
preclude. Therefore my time, money
and talent is ait the country's service
to maintain the morale at home."
Judge Lowell is regarded as one of the
leading lawyers of the state, and a
forceful and eloquent speaker and the
speakers committee of the war savings
stamps campaign feel very fortunate
in securing his services.
Report That California
Has Fixed Prone Price
Prune growers in the vicinity of Sa
lem are much interested in reports
coming from San Francisco that the
government had announced a maxi
mum price of 8V& cents for prunes for
tho 1918 crop. This price was set by
the growers and approved by the gov
ernment On the basi of cents for
50-60- and iO , this would figure 10
3-4 cents for 30 to 35 sizes.
Oregon growers will soon be called
on to mpet and submit a price to the
federal food administration. It is the
impression of Salem growers that the
price of 8 cents as a bams is entirely
satisfactory and that when the grow
ers are called to meet to confer with
the sate fdod administration, the mi
jorty will be willing to accept the
iprice fixed by the California men.
Mrs. Miranda McDonald has recently
purchased a well improvJl ten acre
prune orchard four miut-s soutn or c
lem, consideration $3,500. The sale wai
handled by W. H. Grabenhorst & Co.
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 ::
38 YEARS THE LEADER
IN SALEM AND STILL
NEWS FROM THE BIG STORE SATURDAY
Yoa Can Always Do Better at BargainDay
2? 'vJM l- -
WHEN YCU READ IT
IN OUR ADS YOU
KNOW ITS SO :
WE CAN USE THIS EMBLEM OF
WE HAVE NEVER MISLED THE PUBLIC, OR MADE INFLATED
STATEMENTS AND WE WILL BE TRUTHFUL ABOUT THIS
Bargain Day "Camouflage"!
Be it known we DID NOT subscribe to a BARGAIN DAY, at this tone. Any "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 even day. and as the war progresses non-essentials will be cut down more
and more. WE ARE IN THE WAR TO WIN Anything that will help the war situation we will do: we shall close
out some of our lines at prices that are less than could be bought at the factory, that we can condense our 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 Factory Cost 20 to 40 since we purchased, therefore you can appreciate what the
BIG STORE will do for its host of loval 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.
hat are you going to do
Less Than Factory Cost
We carried the best line
made in America
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
Cut Glass i
Our entire stock at less
This discount is on the
old prices, not on the
new, and heavy ad
Our entire stock to close
out, and make room for
our big Remodeling of
24-inch wide stripes and
dots, regular 50c, Bar
gain Day 29c
27-inch wide, splendid
for curtains, regular
45c, Bargain Day ..23c
All our damaged Gloves
have been thrown on a
counter; ' your choice
Bargain Day 98c
These Gloves sold from
$1.25 to $2.00. The dam
ages are very slight and
may be easily repaired.
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 lj
THESE ARE A FEW BARGAINS FOR BARGAIN DAY; BUT EVERY DEPARTMENT WILL HAVE
OFFERINGS THAT WILL BE MONEY SAVERS
WE DO NOT CAMOUFLAGE THE BUYING PUBLIC-ELSE WE WOULD NOT HAVE BEEN IN
BUSINESS IN SALEM FOR TRIRTY EIGHT YEARS.