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G25IUM IN MARION COUNTY-TRY THEM FOR RESULTS
TONAL WANT AD DEPARTMENT IS THE BEST SELLING
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Minimum charge, 15c
,WOOD for gale. Phone 79F11.
C MILK cows for. sale; 1 broi)d bow and
Jour pigs. Phone 65F15. 10-19
BOY'S leather saddle for sale. Center
Feed Stalls. 10-15
WANTED Stock hogs." 80 to
FOB SALE Ford touiing car $283.
1309 N. Com '1, call after 6 p. m. tf
WANTED Good wash woman, must
be clean and quick. Phone 1219. 10.15
FURNISHED room for rent, 8 blocks
from state house. Phone 997. 10-15
5 PASSENGER Buick for sale, at 554
Ferry St. In first class condition, tf
WANTED Veal calves and fat eattla.
Phone 1576W. iq-28
FOE SALE 13 heal nice stock ewes.
Phone 87F24. lo-la
FOB SALE Cheap, one-horse harness,
uf?g? wagon and some farm tools.
Rt. ti, box 103D, Garden road. 10-1
FOR LE registered sorrel Shetland
pony stud., phone afternoons, Rick
rem 3xa or address U. a. S. care
TWO fine saddle ponies for 125, 35,
both suitable for children and a real
bargain. Phone 107F11. 10-18
WANT To trade good colt work
horse, about 1300 lbs. R. Beaver, Bt.
2, box 59. - 10-16
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FOR SALE Concord and White Niag
ara grapes, 5c per lb. delivered.
Phone 63F31. 10-16
FOR SALE 75 head of ewe lambs,
good ones. u. vv. Eotf, Rt. 6 box
42. ' '10-15
nANIbU Jseveral men at onee at
Quakor nurseries. Call or phone
WANTED Young lady for millinery
ncpt. wno nas had experience
trimming. Gale Co. 10-1(3
WILLAMETTE university scholarship
lor sale. tf. Thielsen.-Rodgcrs Pa
per Co. - 10-17
LOST White kitten with black spots.
Return to C'laneey the florist. Re
WANTED Young cow to give i gal
lons or rive per cent milk. .Phone
LOST On street Saturday $20 bill.
Finder please call 773M." Receive, re
ward. ... ' 10-15
LOST Pair lady's srey suede cloves
Sunday. Finder please return to Gray
1 tn iff
FIVE room furnished house, modern,
for rent. Money to loan on good
farm security. Phone 538M. tf
25 PRUNE pickers wanted, meet at
Capital City Transfer at 7 o'clock
every morning. Phone, 1435WT i tf
SEALED Loganberry juice for sale,
good for piea and drinks,,- $1.25
gal. 1389 Court. Phone 2394 W. . tf
BNAP Seven room house situate 1765
V street for $600. Terms. Phone
NOTICE All hunters not having per-
luiMiuu are nereDy notified to keep
off my premises. G. H. Croisan. 10-12
PUBLIC stenographer first door south
of Bank of Commerce, 124 S. Liberty
street. Phone 937. 10-18
WANTED Three dozen early hatched
pullets, prefer Barred Rock or R. I.
Reds. Phone 1204. 10-16
BALDWIN and Spitzenberg apples for
sale. Bring boxes. Rt. 1, box 2, Sa
WANTED To rent modern 5 or 6
room house, must be close in and
reasonable. Want possession not lat
er than Nov. 15. Address J-24 care
CHIMNEY sweep, chimneys cleaned
ana repaired, roofs and gutters
cleaned. Leave orders at Spencer's
hardware. Call Phone 19. . 10-15
GDI W. F. WRIGHT, -ae auctioneer.
Turner, Oregon. Puom 59. tf.
FOR BALE Tomatoes
FOR RENT Fruit farm, 15 acres
prunes, acreage of Lognnbernos and
other fruits. Phone 78F11. tf
FOB SALE Ford deliwry truck, 1915
engine overhauled, good condition,
also tires and inner tubes, reason
able price. Center Street Feed barns.
SHEEP for sale, grade Shropshire ewes
and lambs, also registered Shrop
shire ewes and lambs. Phone 71.
FOR SALE One team of mares, well
matched, sound and well broken.
Weight 3000 lbs. Must sell at once.
Inquire day time at wood dep't
"Spaulding Logging Co's mill, or
phone 2030B evenings after C o'clock
FOB SALE Or trade, 316 acres, good
buildings, running water, 220 culti
vation, some ash and oak timber,
bal. pasture, 1 mile from town. Pric
ed right. Terms. Consider part "in
city property. Thos. A.. Roberts, 310
Masonic bldg. 10-16
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i Open Forum
Salem, Oregon, July 6,
1918. An open letter to Bishop Mat
thew Simpson Hughes:
uewr Bishop: Four weeks ago a pubu.
letter a'ddrossod to you charged the
Sunday newspaper with being an abonv
inable nuisance, and the republican
party with being "an hypocritical, un'
Godly old liquor warty, over forty
years behind the times, ruled by li
quor and tobacco." I boldly renew
both charges. To me these seem to be
vital and irrepressible issues of vast
and immodiate importance. Are you a
doubtort Respectfully, Wni. N. Taft.
(Reprinted from Capital Journal,
July 6, 1918. (Paid adv.)
HOUSEKEEPING suite, 4 rooms, first
rioor, nicely furnished at 633 Ferry
WANTED $12,000 on absolutely fiTst
foes city property. Box 256, Salem.
IV ALL PAPER 15 cents per double roll
upward. Buret's Furniture Store, 179
HOUSEKEEPING apartments and
ingle Towns, nicely furnished, at
833 Ferry street. tf.
WANTED Good home in city for one
or two first class milk cows, on
shares, or . will pay cash for keep.
Phone 80. 1015
SPLENDID new 7 room furnished bun
galow, garage, paved street, good
location, some fruit, a snap of rare
" typo, only 2S00. Soeploftky, m
FOB 5Vz per cent farm loans, see the
Marion-Polk county national farm
loan association. W. D. Smith, 303
Salem Bank of Commerce bldg. tf
WANTED Man and wife for general
farm work and housekeeping. Ad
dress Gervais, Rt. 2, box 45. Phone
PLENTY of money to loaa on good
farms; low interest rate; five years
time; privilege to pap $100 or multi
ple on any interest date. Call or
write H. M. Hawkins, 311 Masonic
bldg, Salem. tf
FOR SALE--Or trade, a strictly mod
ern, a room house and lot in busr
1 iesg section of Salem, will exchange
or Tacoma or Seattle property, or
Washington land. Address J. Van
Weel, 902 Pleasant Ave., Bremerton,
GOOD board and comfortable room fori Inirrf' HMICa Nnfpc T
$5.50 per week, at 578N. High street I wmi vv iwa
'a. a.. i. 4.,fe!fcd!.9lee
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La Dessa M. Burroughs has filed
suit against C. H. Trullinger and Edna
C. Hovenden, in which she alleges that
the defenders have, not paid a note for
$1700 dated in 1911. She stated in her
complaint that at the time the note
was given, she was the wife of B, E.
Fi-sko who died in 1912 and that she
received the note devised to her in the
will of Mr. Fiske- No interest has been
paid on the note and she asks for the
$1700 and interest at 8 per cent from
Oc. 15, 1911 and $250 attorney's fees.
YOUNG woman would assist with house
work in small private family in re
turn for board. Satisfacton guaran
teed. Reply box 10-15 care Journal.
FOR SALE Almost new Singer sew
ing machine, also two nice chiffon
iers at sacrifice price. Call tomor
row or Thursday morning, 280 Rich
mond Ave. 10-15
SPITZENBURG and Baldwin apples
50c per box. Pick them yourself. 40e
per sack for wind falls. Rt. 1, box
28A. Phone. C4F21 evenings. Mrs.
Oscar Meyers. 10-15
FOR RENT 20 acre farm east of
city, for three or five years. Stock
for salo, also 12'i acres north of
unite school, poaches, cherries, ap
ples, 4 acres garden land. Cash only.
Phone 1F3. Ryan. 10-17
FOB SALE Four laying pullets and
one cockerel, prize winners at 1918
Oregon state fair; price is only ten
dollars for pen of Partridge Ply
mouth Rocks. Phone 1037W' or- call
at 2503 Fairgrounds road. 10-15
An affidavit was filed in the cir
cuit court by Cordelia Nendel in her
divorce suit against Fred Nendel in
which aho states ho is a resident of
Orcutt, California. On tho strength of
the affidavit, the court ordered sum
mons by publication and that a paper
containing the published summons be
mailed to the defendant.
FOR EXCHANGE For smaller farm
close to Salem, 315 acres fine stock
ranch in Linn county, 100 acres cul
tivated, bal. pasture and fine timber,
good spring, three wells, good build
ings, good roads and fine location,
closo to small town, '$65 per acre.
Address JAB care Journal. 10-17
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Try one of Our
Want Adt and
watch the RetulU
GOVERNMENT needs 12,000 clerks.
Oregon examinations Nov. 2, Dee. 7,
Salary $1200. Explerieaco unncaes
sariy. Men and women desiring gov
ernment positions write for free par
ticulars, J. C. Leonard (former civil
service examiner,) 1059 Kenoig build
ing, Washington, D. C. 10-19
I WANT to buv a modern home in Sa
1cm. Can pay about $300 down and
win pay $25 a month end taxes.
Please give full details as I mean
business. Box 856, Salem. 1017
The court confirmed a sheriff's sale
of 171,!, acres of land in the donation
land claim of J. B. Gervais, part of
sections 12 and 13, Township 5 north
of range 3 west. The sale was made in
the suit of N. A. Hoffard against Eliza-J
beth Ber, H. E. Noble and The Title
and Trust Company.
In the case of M .S. Lange against
Clifford J. Taylor, involving land near
Chemawa, the costs amounted to $39 20.
The jury decided in favor of Mr. Lange
and the defendant has applied for a
new trial on a writ o ferror in instruc
tions to the jury.
County Judge Bushey has appointed
Otto Bcntlcr, Abe Steffen and Roy
31ocum as appraisers of the estate of
Rosia R. Gerig.
In tho matter of the cstato of Or
ley Knutsen Overskei, a minor, the
guardian, Tina Hcsedahl, reported cash
on hand as the minor 'a share of the es
tate the sura of $1,532.52.
LOSE ON APPEAL
City Net Liable To Make Good
Claira Sold By Embezzling
Holding that it would not be common
justice t compel the city of Portland
to pay the claim of a contractor who
nas embezzled its funds to a greater
amount than he had earned, the su
preme court today handed down an op
inion reversing the judgment of Cir
cuit Judge Gatens of Multnomah coun
ty in the case of Ashley & Rumelin,
bankers, against the city of Portland,
A man by the name of Hart had a
contract for hauling wood for the city.
He assigned his claims to the plaintiff.
and in making settlement with the city
it was- shown that Hart had collected
money which he had not accounted for
and had converted the city's wood to
his own use. The city deducted this
amount from his claim, and the plain
tiff's brought suit to collect.
Other opinions were handed down as
Ashley & Humelin, bankers, vs. Citv
or Jt'ortlaim, appellant; appealed from
Multnomah suit to collect from city
amount alleged to be due on wood
hauling contract entered into with one
Hart, who assigned his claim to plain
tiffs; opinion by Justice Burnett, hold
in gthat it would not be common jus
tice to compel city to pay claim of ocn
tractor who has embezzled its funds to
greater amount than he had earned;
Circuit Judge Gatens reversed.
State vs. Tom Kapsalcs. appollnnt;
appealed from Columbia appeal from
conviction of crime against nature; op
inion by Justice Olson; Circuit Judge
LaGrande National bank, appellant;
vs. E. W. Oliver; appealed from Mult
nomah; suit to collect on promissory
note; opinion by Justice Johns; Circuit
Judge Tucker affirmed.
Guy It Wallace, appellant vs. Oregon
Engineering t Construction Co.; ap
pealed from Clackamas; motion for
final determination of Suit which had
been remanded to lower court for new
trial is denied; opinion per curiam.
Everding ft FarTcll, appellants vs.
Gebhardt Lumber Company; appealed
from Yamhill; motion to dismiss appeal,
allowed; opinion by Chief Justice Mc
Brido. , " -
John GuillamB, et al. vs. Beaver Lake
Club, appellant; appealed from Lincoln;
suit to enjoin defendants from con
structing and maintaining dam near
month of Beaver creek and prohibit
maintenance of wire fence across creek;
opinion by Chief Justice McBride; de
cree of Circuit Judge Hamilton modi
fied. Annie M. Haldenian, appellant vs.
Sarah B. Weeks; appealed from Mult
nomah suit to secure re-conveyance of
certain parcels of realty and declare
trust in proceeds of $5000 note; op
inion by Justice Ilson; Circuit Judge
Columbia River Door Company, ap
llant vs. W. F. Todd, et al.; appcalec
from Multnemah; suit to foreclose me
and help win the war.
De it now and again.
NEWS FROM THE BIG STORE
38 Years the Leader and Still on Top
and mail Xnms pack
ages to the soldiers
through the Red Cross
v V 1
For Wednesday and Thursday. We are showing Wednesday and Thursday
a special line of waists of exceptional values, made of Georgette and Crepe
De Chine. Priced at $5.95
Also have a special showingof Sample Skirts, in silk, plaid, plain silk, silk
poplin and wool plaid. Values to $22.50. Special at $12.98
For tomorrow's sale we are show
ing a line of Cambric tea aprons
in solid colors, blue and pink. Ex
ceptional values, at special.... 25c
Do your Xmas shopping and buy
useful and practical gifts. We are
arranging our Xmas goods for
Our ready-to-wear department is very active and the display of this season's
choicest garments is perfect and considering quality, style and workmanship
prices are very reasonable. '
, , iTTtttTTttt ill.ini
chanic's Hon; opinion by Justice Ben
son; decree of Circuit Judgo Morrow
CI J. McOabe, et al., vs. William J.
Kelleher, appellant; appealed from
Douglos; suit to collect damages for
alleged fraud in connection with pur
chase of real estate; opinion by Jus
tice Burnett; Circuit Judge Hamilton
-olio., ... w -p t,i,i i . Lioj reversed.
in Hewitt vs. Linuhaven Orchard com
pany. No Relief Yet In Sight For
Prune Growers And Packers
The prune situation which is rapid
ly becoming critical in the valley ie at
a standstill and tho packers or grow
ers or senators at Washington or any
whero else can move the food adminis
tration do get busy and save tho sit
uation. Last Saturday Mr. BrnKC and Mr.
Crawford of the Ihager Fruit Co. con
ferred in Portland with the major of
the quartermaster's department, lie
fjnve each packer the allotment that
each was to ship and rend thoih a tel
egram from Washington in which it whs
stated that shipping instructions would
he given within 2-t Iioutr. That was
Saturday and as yet those shipping in
structions have not been received, not
withstanding the 2-1 hour promise.
As every grower knows, the packers
aro tied up by the federal government
ami although they have had plenty of
promises as to shipments the loou nu-
mistration so far hus ret used to do
anything that would release prunes and
thereby relieve tne present uesperuie
MILLIONS USE IT
TO STOP A COLO
Pape's Cold Compound" Ends
severe Colds Or Grippe In
Relief comes instantly.
A dose taken every two hours until
three doses are taken will end grippe
misery and break up a severe cold
either in the head, chest, bodv or
It promptly opens clogged-up nostrils
and air passages in the head, stops
nasty discharge or nose running, re
lieves gick headache, dullness, feverish
ness, soro throat, sneezing, soreness and
Don't atay stuffed-up! Quit blowing
and snuffling! Ease your throbbing
head! Nothing else in the world gives
such prompt relief as "Pape'g Cold
Compound," which costs only a few
cents at any drug store. It acts with
out assistance' tastes nice, causes no
nconvenience. Be sure you get the
American Troops Advance
Genera Pershing Reports
Washington, Oct. 15. American
troops continued their advance Monday
north of Vordun, General Pershing re
"This morning (Monday) American
troops resumed their advanoe north of
Verdun. They are now operating against
positions of great strategic valuo and
natural strength. Today we passed be
yond the towns of Cunal and Homague.
We have patrols in the Bois Do Nab
thoville and have penetrated positions
'cart of 8t. Georges and Lan'ircs-Kt-St.
Georgoa. About 700 prisoners have been
Washington, Oct. 15. With tho al
lies unquestionably supremo in the air,
a definite arrungoment has been made
for a eonlbiued production and opera
tion of aircraft.
"Unified war in the air will result,
according to Assistant Hecretary of
War Ryan, who is juit back from
MODERN 8-ROOM HOl'SB OX PIN-K
CORNKft LOT TOUR BLOCKS .'KOM
STATU HOIISK. ALL CLKAR ANLW
PAVING PAID TOR. WANT 40
ACRKH IMPROVED OR UXIM ll;OV.
SICE J. 8. AUSTIN,
H. A. JOHNSON & CO.
ROOM 2, LADD & BUH1I BAND BLDG
JOURNAL WANT ADS PAY
'40 ACRES, 20 cultivated, 20 in tim-
Der, 9 acres bearing prunes, lots ber
ries for family use, 6 room house,
barn for 10 head of stock, well and
spring, 1 mile to school, on good
county road, phone in housr, 4 miles
from town in Douglas county, on
account of ill health of the owner,
this place is offered for a short time
at 12000, $500 to 1000 cash, bal
ance terms at 6 per cent. If you are
interested act now. Socoifsky, 341
ptaie at.- ' . tr
NO EXPERIENCE EEQUIEED.
PAID WHILE LEARNING.
RAPID INCREASE IN WAGES
CALL AT TELEPHOME COMPANY
170 NORTH LIBERTY tf
T. K. Ford executor of the estato of
Edward Burns and Most Kev. Alexan
der Christie, Archbishop of the Roman
Catholic Diocese of Oregon have peti
tioned the court for an order for the
i Jhnf)i!0.iq 8,i)ou oSuS)iora jo erss
the estate, to be sold at their face
value. The court ordered the executor
to sell the mortgages.
WALL STREET MARKET.
New York, Oct. 15. The Evening
Sun financial review today ays:
United States Steel opened fraction
ally ooove a 110, reacted below 109
and thereafter ruled slightly above
The motor shares were buoyant, par
ticularly Studebaker which touched 64,
and General Motors 122; Marine pre
ferred turned weak and the Mecls and
equipments as well as the rails were
again subjected to no little pressure.
Mexican Petroleum took a belated
jump to above 113. Brisk buying of
railroad and industrial issues featured
the bond list. Liberty bonds were irreg
ular within a narrow range.
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Mr. Business Man 4f
As a matter of economy you
should consult the Journal's
Job Department before placing
your printing-we are satisfying
Salem's leading firms put us
on your calling list. Phone SI
co Nut Butter
Or Margarine is a Delightful Substitute for Good
Rich Butter. It's the Product of Pure Coco.inut Oil
and Sweet Milk Merged into a Delightful Butter.
WE ARE DEMONSTRATING THIS PRODUCT
This week. EVERYBODY MUST TASTE IT. YOU
WILL LIKE IT. It's as Rich as the Best of Butter,
Highly Recommended by the Food Administrators
of the Country.
UMECO AND COLUMBIA OLEOMARGARINE
Saves You 25c and 0c per pound over the Price of
the Best Butter
Representing the Manufacturer, h Here to Intro
duce This Timely Food Aiticle. You Will Be Cor
DON'T BE CONFUSED
This is not Ordinary Eastern Oleomargarine, It's
the Best Butler Substitute Ever Produced. We Know
It. You Should. So Come.
CONCORD JELLY GRAPES
We have quantities c f them, per pound 5c
Roth Grocery Co.