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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON FRIDAY, AUGUST 16, 1918.
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ODIUM IN MARION COUNTY-TRY IHEEtfOR RESULTS
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Minimum charge, 15c.
HORSE for sale or trade, at a baigain
862 N. Chares St tf
FOR SALE 1915 Ford touring car with
extras. Phone 25. 8-19
WOM.iN wants work by the hour or
day. Call 475 S. 17th St. 816
FOB RENT 4 acres, house and barn,
son fruit. K-6 care Journal. 8-17
"WANTED To rent near asylum, small
place. Address H care Journal. 8-17
FOB SALE Good 10x12 tent, 15. New
this season. 1173 S. loth St. 8-17
$1000 TO LOAN on farm property.
Phone 115 or 1204 evenings, 8-16
FURNISHED flats for rent.
TFANTED 5 or 6 room house, close in.
phone 9ti9. . tf
WANTED Fresh cow, must be heavy
milker. Phone 1254. - 8-17
WANTED Veal calv.ee and fat cattle,
rhone 1576W. 9-8
GOOD past ore for ws on the L. K.
Page estate. Phone 44F22. tf
HAVE your roof repaired and tarred,
estimate free. Phone 1074. 8-20
MATERNITY cases or nursing wanted.
Phone 2S01J4. 8-19
BAW OUTFIT for sale cheap. Phone
2002J evenings. 8-16
COL. W. F. WEIGHT, the auctioneer.
Turner, Oregon. Phone 59. tf.
MCLAUGHLIN, utility man, solicits
abort jobs of any kind. Phone 2444.
FOB SALE 7 room house and four lots
at Your own price. Will take auto as
'. first payment.. Phone 815.. ,8-22
BEL1ABLE man wants about 3 hours
work afternoon. Can give references.
Address 8. L. G. care Journal. 8 1
WANTED Small automatic or good
medium ealiber revolver. Addrtss 03
earo Journal. 8-17
FOR SALE Shoe drill, 6-ft., 25; also
orchard disc. 4-ft.. 10. Box 36, Kt
2. Turner. Or. 8-13
FOB SALE Evergreen blackberries on
bushes, immense quantity. Call 1F..0
TNDE3WOOD typewriter in good or
dor for sale, at 275 N. 20th. Phone
I AM in the market for a b or 7 room
modern bungalow or house, must be
bargain. Box 164, Salem, Or. 8-21
FOB SALE Lady's nice desk, imita
tion mahogany. Price 10. Josephine
Hockott. 915 Highland Ave. 8-17
TALL PAPER 15 cents per double roll
npward. Buren's Furniture Store, 179
WANTED Man and team, can make
from $8 to $9.50 per day- Call phone
4X51 Turner. tf.
HOUSEKEEPING apartments and
single rooms, nicely furnished,' at
633 Ferry itreet. tf.
TWO and three room furnished apart
ment. 491 K. Cottage. Phone 2203-
FOR SALE One 10-horse power, high
pressure, horizontal boiler and one 8
horsepower upright. Enquire at Com
mercial Cider Works. . tf
WANTED Hop pickers on Browns Is
land, hops good -and yard clean. For
particulars phone 81 2o, J. A. liricts,
WANTED Furnished housekeeping
rooms in private home for family of
three. Must be clean and convenient
and close in. Phone 3G1. tf
WANT Partner in wood business with
$500, have stumpage for toy tbous
- and cords, easy to get out- Box 333.
FOB 8ALE Or trade fine bowling al
ley and pool and billiard hall, a good
chance to make monev. Se"e me soon.
G. W. Laflar, 406 Hubbard bldg. tf
FOB BENT Attractive, modern 5 room
flat with fire place and sleeping porch
heat furnished. 1234 Court. Phone
FOB SALE Fine modern six roorj
bungalow, bath room, electrie lights
cement basement and walks. One o
more lots. Terms. 1255 N. 16th 8r.
A SNAP for the atate fair. Lady agents
a patriotic necessity,- dandy seller,
large profits, exclusive territory; a
dime for sample, post paid; act quiik-
Ir. The Service Beeord, Lindsay,;
FOB EALE1 acres at Quinaby, good
house, barn, well, etc., near station.
O. H. Harold, Salem, St 8. 8 16
i BEAUTIFUL PersUn kittens for sale,
Address v. iurkpatrick, falls City,
Or. - 817
SALE Maxwell truck, almost
new. Call 106B.A1bo have 1 tou
Federal. " 8-ld
FOB SALE American ndersluns
roadster. Oregon Garage, High and
Terry St. 8-16
FOB SALE Or lease, furnished or un
furnished 5 room cottage, terms: 1135
Waller street 8-19
For Sale Second band shoes, cheap
Good for berry and hop pickers. Mod
ern bhoe ficpair, 464 Court. 8-17
WANTED For cash, 10 aere tract with
good buildings, must be bargain. C.
W. Nicmeyer, 544 State street. tf
PEACHES for short time only. Call at
orcnard or phone 56r'14. M. C. Pct
teys. - tf
ASSISTANT cook wanted at state in
stitution for Feeble Minded, $60 with
board, room and laundry. Telephone
FOB SALE Some fine pedigreed Bel
gian and New -2aland rabbits. Call
tmvnooiiB at 645 South 12th. Phone
2S5M. , 8-19
FOB SALE 1914 Ford roadster or tour
ing car $300; 1914 Studebaker $375.
Highway Garage, 1000 fi. Com'l.
Phone 355. tf
FOE- SALE 5 passenger car. electric
lights and starter. Splendid condition
up to date in every way. Phone 2057
FOB KENT 5 room Bungalow, modern
rent lor $10 month, is worth more.
Call at 1695 N. Liberty street, or
phone 2017B. 8-20
WANTED Boys of 16 or over to carry
paper routos for winter. High school
boys preferred. Enquire at Journal of
MAKBIED man with wife and one child
wants place on farm for year. Ad
dress 1109 Monroe St.. Orecoti Citv.
WANTED Hop pickers to pick early
and late hops. Picking will last from
20 to 25 days. Hops good. Yards clean
Will start picking Aug. 23. Phone Hi'
25. J. A. Kriebs. ' tf
FOE SALE Or trade for youug cat
tie or hogs 3Vt Studebaker wagon with
hog rack, $75. J. C. Mullen. Phone
FOB SALE 10 tons hay, $18 per ton,
1 Jersey cow $10, 2 mules with har
ness, 1 horse with harness, 1 hay wa
gon, 1 spring wagon. Phone 26F13.
FOB OVii p?r cent farm loans, see the
Marion-Folk county national farm
loan association. W, D. Smith, 303
Salem Bank of Commerce bldg. tf
FOB SALE One of the best new scv
n room bungalows in Falls City at a
bargain. Ford or Dodge considered as
part payment. Address box 285,
1'a'ls City, Or. 8-17
FOB BENT Well improved farm 150
acres, l'j miles from Salem on old
Turner road, with modern barn for
24 cows, about 80 acres under culti
vation. balance pasture. Address Kola
Neis, 88 iirst street, Portland Or.
FOE SALE Five passenger Beo. All
new tires. Fine mechanical condition.
Electrjc equipment, with starter.
This ig a sacrifice sale and if you
want a first elass buy cheap, call 81
and ask for Mills, or see car at North
western Garage. tf.
UiAnrUKU canning peaches now
ready. Order immediately, crop light,
short season, quality fancy. Loch
Bund's orchard 5 miles north of Sa
lem, in Keizer bottom. Phune H. W.
- Bow den, foreman, farmers 29F3. Bring
your boxes. tf
BLACK LOCUST WOOD WANTED
Black locust wood for making trenails
Thousands are used in every ship and
are absolutely needed to help along
the ship building program. If you can
spare any from your grove we can pay
you a good priee for them. Western
Ship Supply Co., E. C. Armstrong,
purchasing agent. Phone 1917B. tf
GOVERNMENT WILL hold civil serv
ice examinations in SaL"m in August.
20,000 women clerks to be appointed
at Washington. Experience unneces
sary. Wowen d?siring government
clerkships write for free particulars
to A. E. Terry, (former civil seivice
examiner), 315 Columbian building,
MEN WANTED Able bodied over
eighteen years for paper mill work
at West Linn, Oregon, near Portland.
Wages $3.36 eight hours. No experi
ence necessary. Permanent positions
and advancement for steady men.
Strike declared eight montkt ."go does
not affect peaceful and normal oper
ation of this plant. Free transporta
tion. 141 North High St. Phone 340,
Journal Want Ads Pay
S GOOD m wasted for factory wark
long job at wages. Call at room
303 Salem Bank of Com. hldg., r
phone 482, agent, W. D. Smith. tf
WANTED Cook in amall hospital in
. . . . i . i i
suouros oi rortiann. uooa norue tw
in,, desired. $30 per month with board
and room. Hospital care Capital Jour
nal or phone 1204. 8-16
FOR SALE At bargain, 6 room modern
bungalow, large log, garage, one block
from paved street, 2 blocks to ear line
An ideal home for httle money. Ad
dress A. J. 20 care Journal. tf
LOST Medium size, black leather
traveling bag, full of personal effects,
including 1 $50 liberty bond, 2 war
stamps, a letter addressed, F. E. Cum
inings; liberal reward if returned to
this office, and questions asked.
F. E. Cummings, 441 Nehalem Ave.,
Portland. Or. 8-19
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Court House Notes
In the circuit court, Frank L. Tur
ner, attorney for the plaintiff in the
case of M. L. Whitsell against W. E.
Boss, May Boss his wife, and WeUer
BroB., filed an affidavit that he could
not ascertain the residence of May Boss
and that the sheriff had also railed to
find her. That he thought she was liv
ing iu California but he could not find
her place of residence, and that as per
sonal service was not possible, that ser
vice be had by publication. The suit is
on a $750 note signed by W. E. Ross
and May Boss.
B. F. Bamp, as executor of the will
of Mary A.faaip, has filed a suit in the
circuit court against Clara F. Yaw
(formerly Clara F. Brey), William A.
Yaw her husband, Anna C. Chance, Win
nifrcd Allen and Baltis Allen her hus
band, and Phillippina Warner, a wid
ow. Tho suit is for the collection of a
$4000 note given by Clara I'. Brey dat
ed Oct. 16, 1911, secured by a mortgage
on her interest in part of block 48. City
of Salem, known as that part of the
building formerly occupied by the Chica-
ga store sooth of the center stairway.
According to the eemplaint, the inter
est of Clara F. Yaw is' about two thirds
of the property. Besides asking for the
foreclosure of the mortgage of the in
terest of Clara F. Yaw, it is asked that
a decree bo entered establishing tho in
terests of Clara F. Yaw, Phillippina
Warner, Anna B. Chance and Winni-
frcd Allen in the property. The proper
ty in question was formerly owned by
Moritz Brey and later by his widow So
phia Brey. After her death, several chil
dren became interested but now it
seems there arc four owners with varied
interests and tho plaintiff asks the
court to not only define the interests
of those owning part of the property
but to foreclose the mortgage held by
tho heirs of Mary A. Bamp, given by
Clara F. Yaw.
In tho county court Lueinda Ban
dall. executrix of -the estate of B. T.
Randall, reports that she has had an of
for of $275 for some lots in Superior
Wis., formerly owned by B. T. Randall
and that as she has Bold th lots, asks
for an order confirming the snlo.
John K. Hensel and Ester Snider,
husband and daughter of Mary I. Hen
sel, deceased, petitioned Judge Bushuy
that Boy E. Shields be appointed ad
ministrator of the estate and that Guy
O. Smith, F. L. Newman and 8. M. En
dieott be appointed ag appraisers. The
court granted the potition.
William Garnjobst as administrator
of the estate of John Hopt filed his
final papers and was released by the
court from further liability.
To Collect Tb Foil
Tho collection of tin foil is now be
coming a patriotic duty. Tho work has
been going on everywhere uniKT the ill
rection of the Red Cross and now HV
tention has been called to the people
of Salem to save every scrap of tin foil
and take it to the Butterson cigar store
corner State and Commercial streets.
Tiiis matter was taken up yesterday at
a meeting of the executive board of
Willamette chapter, American Bed Cross
It was ao announced that peaches
will be sent to convalescent soldiers at
the base hospital at Vancouver. The
.board granted permission to ship 13
boxes to Mrs. Charles Gray who will be
at the hospitdl in time to receive them.
The work of the home service settioa
of tlic Bod Cross has reached such pro-j
poriiuili xnut in5 i-uairiiinii, itxio. v.
Hchucking, suggested to the executive
board that something should be done to
wards securing the services of some one
competent to handle this special work.
This home service section not only helps
the families of soldiers by way of .fi
nancial relief, but is taking up hund
reds of cases where there has been do
lay in the allotments of soldiers. Kspe
cially where the need is pressing.
. The work of the Bed Cross at head
quarters in .the U. 8. National bank
building is also assuming large propor
tions and the time of a competent man
ager is becoming necessary. Mrs. Arthur
S. Benson will give her time until the
annual election this fall. During tlie
past few weeks, tho work has been man
aged by Mrs. Chester Cox.
It developed that the call fdr volun
teers to handle all the work and details
of Willamette chapter resulted in the
offer of assistance from one man wlt
was willing to work although he had not
had experience in book keeping or the
management of a business where ths
work in all details.
JOURNAL WANT ADS PAY
jChasges la By-Laws Made
Last Night Ana Campaign
A few ehaajes were made is the con
stitution of the Salem Commercial club
at a meeting held last evening of the
wen who nave been most active in the
support of the etub during the past three
years. They are as follows:
The fiscal year will end December
31 instead of May 31.
With the exception of the Business
Men's League and the publicity, tonr
ist and convention departments, election
of directors will eome from a general
election of club members instead of
members of each department.
As in the past the Business Men s
league will elect its own director but
the director of the publicity, tourist and
convention department is to be the man
who has been elected King Bing of the
All monthly meetings are to be held
the second Wednesday in each month
and the December meeting is to be re
garded as the annual business session.
Officers are to be elected at the De
cember meeting, to take office at the
first of. the year.
Instead of 30 members, it was voted
last evening that an attendance of 20
members at airy meeting should consti
tute a quorum to transact business.
The changes in the constitution were
all unanimously adopted as submitted
by a committee consisting of G:deoH
Stolz, chairman; Theo. Both, C. S. Ham
ilton, Chas. H. Fisher and W. M. Ham
ilton. It was shown in a discussion that all
of the activities of the government and
especially that of the county food ad
ministration were cared for by the C om
mercial club. There is also coming thru
tho club demand .greater than ever
for information regarding land is the
vicinity of Salem.
In a discussion of the plans for mem
bership, it was decided to ask members
to continue with the club on the basis
as in the past, that of $20 annual dues
payable quarterly and that a committee
be appointed to confer with those who
have been with the club the past three
years by which members will sign the
membership card for one year only, with
the understanding that the membership
is to automatically renew itself unless
the club is notified otherwise, fo at
tend to this matter of calling on mem
bers, a eummittoe was appointed consist
ing of Theodore Both, W. M. Hamil
ton, Hal D. Potton, U. G. Shiploy tind
SUGAR CARD SYSTEM
Hiose Ordering Sugar Tomor
row Fust Conform to New
Salem and Marion county will go on
a card system for the purchase of sugar
beginning Saturday of this week. Hence
tho housekeeper who is preparing htr
usual grocery order Saturday morning
will bo obliged to select one grocery
store from which to buy the regulation
two pounds a month to each person in
Tlere will be ne more shopping
around in the buying Of sngar. The food
administration will instruct grocers that
but (ne eard is to he issued to a family
and the reports of the grocet will soon
show whether any one is trying to brat
the game by having cards at different
Today the Samel Commercial club,
which is handling the work of the
state food adniiiiist ration, is sending
nut cards to the stores selling sugar in
The body of W. H. Cook who died In
tho city Aug. 11 was today forwarded
by the Bigdoii company to Seattle for
cremation. A djxntfliter who arrived in
the city yesterday from Los Angeles, ac
companied the body, .
Mrs. S. Levy of 663 Court street re
ceives every day a letter from her son
Private Harry M. Levy, who left for
Camp Lewis the latter part of July
She M in receipt of a pictur. from her
son showing the 45th eompany, 166 de-
pov oriHue, 01 wiiicr lie n wohuci
wheu he first arrived at Camp Lewis.
Later he was transferred and his pres
ent addrewt is Company C, 76 infantry.
Lewis Branch, Tacoma, Washington.
The Iowa folk Hying- in this part
of the state will hold their annual pic
nic next Saturday at the fair grounds.
The reunion will begin in the afternoon
about 2 o'clock with several addresses
and a program. At 6 o'clock there will
be a basket supper and a continuation
of the program later in the evening.
The rainfall yesterday In Salem, ac
cording to the government's official
record wa. six tenths of an inch. The
maximum temperature was 66 an, the
minimum -19 above. It has been sug
gested that members of the Grand Ar
my of the Bopublie who will lie arriving
in Portland in a few days, having just
left the hottest summer ever known in
the Mississippi valley, may find over
coats quite welcome in thig ideal sum
mer climate of the northwest.
W. Id. Hamilton left this morning for
Mt, Angel to superintend tho construc
tion of an electrie line from the nionas-
MEN'S and BOYS' CLOTHIN
MUSLIN MEN'S BARGAIN BARGAINS
MEN'S NIGHT GORDON TABLE
SHIRTS OF SHOES ,
75c, 85c, $1.00 MEN'S FOR
and $1.25 $2.45 SHOES BOYS
MEN'S AND BARGAINS IIAUSER BOYS
BOYS' WOOL , . GAUNTLET KNEE PANTS
SWEATERS IN WORK AND
' WfWnrc GLOVES LONG PANTS
AT OLD SUITS
OLD PRICES SHOES - PRICES 20 per cent LESS
Poms Knit Underwear
2-piece, 45c garment
B. V. D. Knit Underwear
2-piece, 45c garment
CASUALTY LIST FROM
Washington, Aug. 16. Forty three
casualties were announced today, includ
ing 18 killed in action and 25 aeverely
The list includes:
Killed in Action
Sergeant H. D. Johnson, Oshkosh,
F. Dixon, Catlettsburg, Ky.
S. E. Winter, Ames, Iowa
J. Allaria, Calumet, Mich,
D. T. Boswell, Byhulia, Miss.
P. Furey, Uniontown, Pa.
tery lead to the new National Fireproof
Lumber Co.'s plant. Thig company has
something new in the way of iireproof
materials for the construction of build
ings They have land on which is found
large deposits aul also large lava rocks.
These are taken and sawed into mater
ials for buildin,, and then treated with
a process to make them waterproof.
PUT ONIONS IN ATTIC
FOR THE BEST RESULT
lt 1 Hiut UNO COOl MtKt
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OtdOHS ME HOI PWMOEO U WUlUftb
rrnM tf ornr. is kittfw iwww hu,hh
Drying as told in the free book,
which will be nent to you for a two
cent atamp to pay postage by the
National War Garden Commission
at Washington, will help you save
tjtt garden crop.
wrra in ealem, okeqow,
"A Heme Away from Home,"
Strictly Modern tl per Day
100 Booms of Solid Cmfort
Only Hotel in Business District
WAKE UP THESE EOYS
IN THE WINTER TIME
Wmvt m oot
rrvo- Mt em Mat
aa 5 COfortABLtJ
fO1Hfc SIOROOE Of SWEtt PDWOS.S
fcM A SMALL SCALE, THE ROOTS PWY
BE KEPT HEAR. THE. CMlr'inE.T trt
1ACAflT ROOn OR IM THE feTTlC ,Oh
5HELF NEAR THE WTCHtN MOVE,
Oft M ANY ROOM tfl WHICH THE TEM
PERATURE (.HNCE Htf! WITHIN THE P
Best way to put them to sleep is
told in the free drying book which
will be sent any reader of this paper
who tends a two-cent stamp for
postage to the National War Garden
Commission at Washington. -
J. O. Gates, Kalamazoo, Mien.
K. Grooms, Bushvillc, Mo.
M. Hoefer, Marinette, Wis.
M. Kncer.- Eau Claire, Wis.
A. Kossewski, Wallace, Mich.
C. J. Krumrey, Charles City, Iowa
P. Pellaccia, Portland, Me.
A. E. Pickrel, Glenwood, Iowa
B. H. Beed, Bed Oak, Iowa
W. H. Soles, Marslifield, Wis.
P. A. Walsh, Now York ,
J. 8. Whitson, Eosemary, N, C
Lieutenant D. W. Defrees, Marietta,
Private K. Dcrvishian, Tin-lock. Cal.
Ottawa, Out., Aug. 16, Among Am
ericans meutioued in today's Canadian
(annuity list are:
Wounded: C. O. Freeman, Great Falls
Mont; H. Eullis, Evorett, Wash; P
Duberrie, San Francisco.
A Nutritious Diet for ATI Apes.
Quick Lunch; Home or Office.
OTHERS are IMITATIONS
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children
In Use For Over 30 Years
Vilr"-'"--.'-. For InJ
All Day Saturday August 17. from 9 a.
m. to 5 p. m. on Pacific Highway, north of
Fair Grounds. Auto leaving Valley Motor
Company to Grounds and Return.
Front and State Streets
Corner Court and
Conil Street, Salea
hiatrcS a,afcs ahyEi-r ftr s.
for the second time on
trie screen the manift
cent heroine of "Thais'
The story of the
Ay KATE JORDAN
Hi A Goldwtn Picture'
JOURNAL WANT ADS PAY,
Elbert Thompson, Mgr.
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