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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON. THURSDAY, JANUARY 2, 1919
IF THE TOWN U GOOD ENOUGH TO LI YE IN, IT DESERVES YOUR SUPPORT!
JOURNAL WANT AD DEPARTMENT IS THE BEST SELLING
EEDIUM IN MARION COUNTY-TRY THEM FOR RESULT
frr.AHHTVTT.n ADVEETISIKO BATES
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One week (6 insertions)
BOB SAX, El Two brood sows with pig;
& A. Piokens. fit 8, box 104. 1-2
WH3TB Wyandotte cockerel for sale.
Phone 205TJ. 1-3
WANTED To buy, docks, chickens,
all kind of poultry. Highest prices.
Cherry City h'eed barn. . 1-J!
LOGANBERRY plants for sale by J.
P, Aspinwall, Brooks, Ore., Phone
Om noatb (26 insertions)
The Capital Journal will net be re ,
sensible for mor than rna insertion,!
for errors in Classified Advertisements.
Head your advertisement the first day
it appears and notify na Immediately it
Minimum charge, 15s.
IF rOUB BOOP LEAKS phone 1074.
" . .,- L7 , BXFEBIENCED maid aopir at once,
'"W wr eaie. rnone wo or mi. ia Hotol Mariolu - '
iXXUN D iPai r shoes, owner prove and
pay for ad. 1-8
WANTED Tip plants from Himalaya
Iba-ry bushes. E. O. Chamberlain,'
Hubar,d rOe. 1-3
"WANTED Work by experienced jan
itor, P P 0 care Journal. 1-S
WANTED Young man to work at
Capital Journal. tt
iW ANTED Washer woman to wart
Monday mornings. Phone 658. tf
WANTED To rent 5 or 6 room house.
Address Box 64, McCoy, Ore. 1-8
iWANTED Wood chopper for 200
eords. Phoue 44F5. 1-6
FOR SALE Work team, 2400 lbs.
Phone 44F5. 1-4
WANTED Work for one or two
months; would prefer work in dry.
Call 89!Ft. 1-2
!IX)B SALE Ford truck with Smith at
tachment with new 4-inch tires.
Phone 9SF2. , 1-4
WANTED Good Salem property for
120 acres timber, noar Airlie, value
loOOO. Phone 2325. 1-2
FOB a typewriter mechanic phone 037.
FOB SALE Equity in good piano. Call
Mrs. Prickey. Phono 742. tf
GOOD dairy cow for sale. Phone 68P
KOB aVlIiH Two 33x4 S D. N. B.
iretono Ureg at bargains. 154 S.
Commercial. ' 1-8
JWANTED Good true work horse,
1500 or 1800 lbs., for his care and
feed, light work Phone 121. 1-3
SIX lady attendants wanted. Call at
S8S State street, U. S. Labor bureau.
GIRL6 or women wanted at the (Hove
factory, 1455 Oak St. Steady work.
YOUNG woman to assist in kitchen.
Apply Hotel Marion. 1-2
WOMAN wants day work, washing or
housecleaning, occupied Mondays.
Phone 704. Call Myrtle Apts. 1-2
FOB SALE Young New Zealand Bod
does. Cherry City Babbitry, 890 Oak
St Phono 1296. 1-2
WOOD choppers wanted for 100 eords
of wood. Phone 704 from 6 to ,8 p.
FOB SaLE Horse, harness and hack,
price $50 for quick action. Orote, box
65, Bt. 2, just past West Salem. 1-2
WANTED (Fat, thin and fresh cows,
veal and large calves. Phone 1425M.
WANTED (Big fir stumpage, 3 er 4
mile from fair ground on good road.
Phone 10SF18. 12-31
HK3HBT prices for chickens, poultry
and hides.- Independent Market Co:,
Pfaome 104. 157 South Oom'l ft. tf
FOB SAI.B 1 9x13 shaft governor,
engine and boiler complete, cheap.
'bot. 268, Turner, Or. t
FOB SALE One fine R L Bed male,
8 years old; 150-egg Mandy Lee in
cubator. Call lM7Jletweea 6 and T
FOB SALE Chevrolet automobile,
1918 model in first- class condition
to bo sold cheap. Leaving the city.
Inquire at 660 Union St. 1-7
FOB SALE 10 acres fruit land. It
quire between 9 a. m. and 5 p. m.
ab rug and carpet works, corner Mill
,,. 80th., ( w. ' 1-4
WALL PAPER 15 cents per double roll
upward. Bursa's Purniturs Store, 179
Commercial. . "
CALENDAR for 1919; largo figures
for practical use. Call on Homer 11.
Smith, the insurance man, McCor
oaek bldg. MS
OLD papers for carpets, etc, 10 cents
per hundred, call at Journal office
POSITION wanted by man familiar
with stationary engineering of all
kinds. Steady, reliable. Address En
gineer care Journal. tf
WILL the parties near Highland who
own pigeons please put tnem up as
they are destroying the grain I have
planted. Conrad Dillman. 1-2
ABOUT -4 acre, 8 room, semi-modern
house, 6 blocks from capital bldg.,
$2500, free of encumbrance, or small
farm. Owner in town one week. 656
Union St. 1-3
IP YOU must soil your liberty bonds,
sell them to me. If you can buy
more liberty bonds, buy them f mo.
I buy and sell liberty bonds. W. A.
Liston, 484 Court St. tf
WANTED To rent small acreago, pre
fer near Silverton or Pratum. Ad
dress D-28 care Journal. 1
MAXWELL for sale, $275. Terms. Me
chanically perfect. Highway Garage
Phone 855. Call 1000 S. Com'L tf
LIBERTY BONDS If you must dis
pose of your bonas, we wiu ouy
them. 314 Masonic bldg. tf
m 11 1
PLENTY of money to toaa on gooo
farms; low interest rates; five yeara
time; privilege to pap $100 or multi
ple on any interest date. Call or
write H, M. Hawkins, 314 Masonic
bldg. Salem. tf
TO THOSE looking for genuine aruHS
land opportunity, here's a ehanoe,
$50 an acre for 80 acre in prune dis
trict adjoining going prune orchard,
half in cultivation, balance timber,
6 mites south on good rock read. B.
M. LaFore, Phone 1251W. I
NOTICE OF AS&ESSMSNT
tor the Cost of Constructing sidewalk
To Archie Parker, George Faster,
Margajet Parker, Tirgil Parser a
' You are hereby netified that tha city
f Salem has, by ordinance si. 18S9,
levied an assessment npoa 1st J m
Mock 13 of Hlchland areaus additita
to the city of Salem, Oregon, owned
by you, in she sua of 988JS for she
cost of constructing a cement aanareta
sidewalk on the aorta aid af High'
land avenue in front of and abatsiaf
upon said lot Said isMsnaeH waa en
tered ia the miner lian docktt f Ms
city of Salem oa the 13th day f De
cember, 1918, as a ofearje and lie
against said lot, and tha same it aaw
due and payable to the aity trcaaarer.
By order of the common tbaneil, tstia
aotiie is served wpon ye by paWiea
tion thereof for ten days la the Daisy
Capital Journal, dairy newspaper
pobiished ia the aity of Salem.
Data of frist anbUeatiea Ma is
December 20, 191$.
Recorder of the city af Salts, Oaop
JOURNAL WANT ADS PAY
IF the woman who was with the party
of four at the1 Needle Shop at tour
twenty Sat. will return the purse at
once will save trouble. 1-1
LOOT 1919 auto tag on Silverton
doad between Middle yrove scnooi
house and Salem, No. 26034. Finder
leave at Journal office or call 91
10 AOBE prune ranch, good improve
ments, 3 miles from Salem, wish to
exchange for larger ranch, not oyer
$4000. 40 acres all in cultivation, first
class valley soil, also block in
town which the 40 acres join, splen
did improvements, family orchard,
will take Salem residenco not over
$2000 and give easy terms on the
balance, price $9500. 1 acres good
improvements, giod orchard, in Sa
lem limits, only $1200. 600 acres, 150
bottom, 450 hill pasture, good im
provements, $3000 worth of live
stock and equipment, on good road,
will take $17,500 and give easy terms
Socolofsky, 341 State St. tf
During "InTentory" we have put a policeman in every department of the Big Store with orders to "Move
On" all broken lines, short lengths, and odd lots, of our strictly high grade merchandise. This Cop will
save you money
our Special Tables
Look for the
Yellow Place Card,
With the sign of the Cop. Always bear in mind, Meyers never carries cheap, shoddy, inferior merchan
dise, and you are never shown old accumulations or somebody's bankrupt stock and when you deal with
MEYERS you are patronizing your own town-
READY TO WEAR
Coats Furs Dresses
We have made up two lots of the Short Lengths
Entire Stock Of Our Highest
Grade Sweaters sold for $25.00
Ginghams, Linene Shirting
Flanellette, Sateen, Crepes
Holiday Shopping Hit This Stock
Hard to make final clean-up
The Famous "Merode" a strictly high
grade underwear, sold only by the
Best Merchants, Garment
If you miss the specials in these, you
are passing good bargains. We are de
termined to clean up this box stock
3 in a box a box
Women Stranded Across
Ocean From Home Keturn
London, Dee. 17. (By mail.) Amer
ican, British and Dominion women,
tranded on the other side of the ocean
from home, are oping to be repatriat
ed very aoon the British government
i flirty thousand Canadian women are
ia England touay, waiung m mu
to be lifted so they ean return home.
The first lot of them sailed late in No
vember. Others will follow a3 rapidly
The number of American women is
negligible, according to the American
consulate. The American government
did not put any obstacles in the way
of Ameriean women wishing to cross
the ocean, as did the British govern
ment, and the Ameriean consulate in
England has been visaing women
passport all along. Tttose who are
stranded here remained voluntarily
rather than risk U.voats.
The British government's decision to
refuse passports to British women dur
ing the war left English women in for
eign lands completely cut off from
Jf O Ness, n ef the best known
contractors of Montana, wa, shot and
killed at Great Falls by his wife, who
attempted to end her own life.
This "Cop" will pro
tect your pocket book.
Look for his move on
You can always do better at
Look for the sign
of the "Cop". It's a
move on prices.
STANDARD OIL TANKER
OUT OF SAN FRANCISCO
BELIEVED THE LOST
Left December 19, And Or
dinary Trip Only Taks
Seattle, Wash, Jan. 2. The Stand
ard Oil company tanker George W.
Loomis, with a erew of 19 men, last
sighted off tne uregon eoasi oy u
steamer Washtenaw, is believed to be
The vessel left fian Praneisco for
Coos Bay, Ore., December 19. The trip
4S hours.' Siatted
off the Oregon oast 36 houra after
sailing the tanker Has not Deen aecn
siaee. Officer of the 13th naval dis
trict todav expressed serious concern
for the safety of the tanker. Accord
ing to these officials the United States
lighthouse vessel Bose, searching in the
Coot Bay vicinity for the missing
steamer, has reported na success.
The George W. Loomis was com
manded by Captain E. E. Lapehase.
The majority of the crew lived in an
The Loomis was ths first tanker to
be constructed by the Standard Oil
eompany, being built by the Union
Imn Wnrkn. tsn iVancisea in 18D0.
The steamer wa 175 feet in length
with a beam ol Zi teet. ne was
614 gross tons. 6he operated for some
time between Puget Hound ports and
Eavs Heard Nothing
San Francisco, Jan. 2. Standard
Oil offices at 8:30 a. m. today had
heard no word from their tanker, the
Oeorge Loomis, which left here for
rv Dee. 19. Thrv' exrress con
fidence however, that the staunch lit
tle vesael will weattter tne storms on
the Oregon coast. A revenue cutter
from Seattle has been searching for
the Georg Loomis for two days.
WtMa from tht office of the adju
tant jreneraL under government frank,'
agreeing to aend an honor roll to re-j
eipienta for 1, were eritieised in the
senate Monday by Senator Borah as "a
picaynnish petit lareeny system." '
State House Notes
Between 12600 and 3000 apvtons
for 1919 automobile licenses were on
hand this morning in the motor ve
hicle degistration department of the
secretary of state's ufTiee. More than
"30,000 ears have now been registered
for the new year. This is about half of
the total number of ears in the state.
Thirty one rrtridents in the vicinity
of tiwiss Home, Lane county, have pe
titioned the pDblic service commission
to require the Willamette Pacific rail
way eompany to install a statioa agent
at Swiss Home. They contend there is
ample business at that point to warrant
When the Marion county grand jury
which investigated the state poniten
tiary, makes its report to Circuit
Judge Kelly tomorrow it is espeeted
that some indictments wilt he retnrn
ed as a result af the alleged parole
sellinjr at the state prison. Wh'-n the
jury filed its first report, aeveral weeks
ago, criticising the business manage
ment of the prison e mention was
made of the parole selling scandal, so
it is expected that that subject will
he treated when the jury reports to
morrow. During the year 1918, Ocorge H. Kais
er, scale expert for the public service
commission, made 50 tests upon 28
scale ia the state, and only two scales
were tested which were not sealed as
being accurate. One of these two scales'
is owned by the Oregon Pacific
Kastern Railroad company at Cottage
Orove and the other is owned by the
Portland Eailway, Light and Power
eompany at Linncuiao. Mr. Kaiser, ac
cording to hit annual report, was em
ployed 105 days in tosthig scales and
tbe cost for salary and expenses was
$1152.83. The average ecst per text was
If your children s o subject to ereup,
or if you have reao ;n to fer.r tbsir be
ing attacked by that disease, yon
should procure a bottle of Chamber
lain 't Cough Remedy and study the di
rections for use. so that in ease of an
attack you will know exactly what
eeurae te pursue. This it a favorite
land very successful remedy for ereup,
asd it is important that yea observe
jthe directions carefully.
I Linn county will have ths lervttes
of a county agent, hit salary to be
paid fcy popular subscription.
L G. Hulia's Position
Here Only Temporary
Lester G. Hulin, of this city, win
has been named as assistant tate treas
urer, announced yesterday that his up
peintment is only for a period durir.j;
the session of the state legisluhu,
after which time he will return to bin
duties as cashier of the Fimt National
I bank of Springfield.
While It is not officially announced,
it is generally understood that Joseph
(i. Richardson, of Portland, who in a
member of the legislature, will receive
the appointment as assistant treasure.
Me eould not serve in that capacity
while a member of the legislature, w
Mr. Hulin, who is a personal friend f
rtate Treasurer O P. Hoff, a formes
Lane county man, will fill the poitic
until the Bession U over.
In the meantime O. H. Tenner, of h
I First National bank of Eugene, will fiil
;Mr, Hulin 't place in the prinafie"'
, lank. ..
i Mr. Hulin expects to spend Thursdsy
, Friday and flaturday of this week in
the office of the state treasurer t.
familiarize himself with the work nasi
will assume his duties there Monday.
JOURNAL WANT ADS PA,