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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL. SALEM. O KLGi ) THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1919.
JOURNAL WANT AD DEPARHIENT IS TEE BEST SELLING
LIEDluM IN MARION COUNTY-TRY TIIE1 FOR RESULTS
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Eead your advertisement the firat da;
it appears and notify ui immediately if
Minimum harg', 15o.
8TUMPAGB for sale or trade, easy to
market. Box 333, Salem 1 13
HORSE for sale or trade for good cow
Phone 9DF4. 2-13
IMPROVED 10. cere tract for sale.
Phone 270M. . 2-13
WANTED "Veal and large calves.
Phono 80F2. 2-22
APPRENTICE ' girl -wanted. Boom 10,
MoCornack bluz, ti
"WANTED Practical nursing, Mrs.
ttarrold, Phona 2454W. 2-18
T5 DBB. shoats for sale. Phone 105'
V 11. . 21
"WANTED Girl for general honse-
work. Apply 645 S. 12th. 2-13
FOB SALE Gray seed oats Phone 27
PATRICIA GRAF, public stenograph'
er. Phono 937, 124 S. Liberty St. tf
BGQ9 cleaned on floor, 35c per rug.
Phone 16. L. L. Buckner. 3-3
FOB TRADE 14 acres of land for
lieht car or Salem property. See Pow
eli, 404 Court St. tf
WANTED 'Pat, thin and fresh cows,
- veal and large calves. Phone 1425
M. . -J 3-3
MONEY to loan on real estate. See
. Donald W. Miles, 304 U. S. Bank
bids. Phone 376. 2-13
FOB SALE Six room house, modern,
full basement, chicken pen and largo
garden spot. 9734 care Journal. z-5
WANTED Fat, thin and fresh cows,
vest and largo calves. Phone. 1425
PERMANENT position -wanted, ex
perienced hardware man with refer
ence O E card Journal. 2-13
FOB. SALE "White Leghorn baby
chick 14c each, February 18. W,
O. Davis, Rt. 9, box 102. 2-15
LIBERTY BONDS If yon vast die
pose of your lands, we will buy
them. 314 Masonic bldg. tf
"WANTED -rat hens wanted, highest
prices' paid,. Apply 456 State Direct
FOR TRADE A good, neat 4 room
. house with garage to trade for auto.
OoJl 1644 or 2022 in mornings, tf
FOB SALE 1 9x13 shaft governor,
engine and boiler complete, cheap.
BOX 268, Turner, Or.
WALL PAPER 15 cents per double roll
upward. Buren 's Furniture Store, 179
FOR SALE Two registered Berkshire
gilts, 7 months old. Phone 41F5.
Write box 36, Rt. 1, Macleay, Or.
NORTHWESTERN Nursery, Rt. 6.
Fruit trees, roses and ghrubs. Special
; low prices on certain lines. Phone
. 111F3. . 3-3
: - A3 GOOD a. new, gas range, good
FOR SALE Selected Oregon Yellow heating stove, water heater, retail
Globe Danvers onion sesd $2.50 a ' ored overcoats and suits, at haltf
lb. Phono 48F11 or J. I. Bliven, Ger- prifce. Tie Wapital Exchange, 337
vais, Or., Rt. 3. -15 Court St. Phone 493. tf
FOR SALE Grain sacks and potato
sack, at a bargain. Willamette Val-
: loy Transfer Co., 171 S. Hikh. Phone
WE BUY dressed pork and veal. We
will come and pick it np. Willam
ette Valley Transfer Co., 171 South
" High St. Phone 1400. tf
1X)R BALE Eight-horse engine and
boiler, wheat cleaner and three coun
ters and show case, all in good con
dion. F. Ralph DuRette, Gervais,
Ford touring, 1916, may extras $390
Stodard twenty, good tires etc $250
Maxwell, 1914, just painted $250
Chevrolet touring, 1916, $425.
Auburn touring, first class, $275
Highway Garage, 1000 8 Coin'l. tf
WE LOAN MONEY FOR FIVE YEARS. WE AL
LOW YOU TO PAY $100.00 OR MULTIPLE ON
THE PRINCIPAL ON ANY INTEREST DATE.
WE CLOSE OUR LOANS PROMPTLY. .
. HAWKINS AND ROBERTS
314 Masonic Bldg. ' Salem, Ore.
CONCRETE pier blocks for sale, Byaa
FOR SALE 65 White Leghorn laying
nonsv raone rural. a-io
WANTED Late model Chevrolet. Call
room lSteusloff bid." afternoon. 2-12
WANTED Position bookkeeper, ac
countant or otner ofnee work., A-l
references. H S care Journal. 2-18
WANTED Boarders nd roomers.
Piione 1354K, ca!l at 161 S. 14th.
FOB SALE Fresh cow heavy milker.
Will trade for fat beef eow Address
715 a 12th 8t 2-14
FOR SALE 1 good MeCTanahan 150-
egg incubator and 2 brooders. Lena
Leisy, Pratum, Or. 213
EXCHANGE Equity in new piano for
any kind of stoc Write R B care
Capital Journal. 2-13
FOB SALE -Cheap, 5 passenger Ford
in good condition, can be seen at
lt2 uN. Commercial. tl
FOR RENT Furnished housekeeping
apartment. Call at 397 N. Liberty.
Phone 2456W. ' tf
FOR EXCHANGE Valley stock ranch
nieoly located, for smaller place or
city property. C care journal. 2' 13
1 GOOD McClanahan 150-egg incuba
tor and 2 brooders. Lena Leisy. Pra
tum, Or. 2-13
FOR SALE B. I. Red eges for hatch
ing. Phone 50F11, Rt 2, box 154,
Salem. - 2-13
ELDERLY lady wanted for light house
work, small family, no ehildren.
Phone 35F11. 2-14
WANTED Good used roll top desk
and chair, must be cheap for ?ash.
Address J-20 care Journal. tf
FOR SALE JTeam, wagon and harness
or will separate. Allen Pence, fit. 7,
box 44 2-17
WANTED Experienced girl for gen
oral housework Apply 835 Oak. St. or
pnone 989. 2-17
A SNAP. Almost new 3-4 special Re
public truck with express body, new
tires, only $900. Can be seen at 162
N. Commercial. . . : tf
WHAT have you 'to 'trade for naif in
Wrest in; a lousiness building ' on
State street close 4o Bush bank
.Rented. Address 458 S. High St. 2 18
TRADES FOR ANYTHING 40 acres
near Hillaboro; 10 acres near Wood-
'burn; 640 acres fine timber; 17 acres
near Newport; two Salem lots; 160
acres near (Baker; 35 acres Jordan
Valley; 10 acre orchard. W. C. Nie
mcyer. Masonic building. 2-13
FOR TRADE Good' Auburn 5 pusson
ear oar, complete, trade for West
Salem vaeant lots, 8. C. dceveland
Rt. 2, Dallas, Or. 2-17
FOR EXCHANGE 45 aere farm near
Monmouth for small acreage near
Salem, C. W. Nicmeycr, Masonic
LIVING room,, dining room furniture.
two bod room suites, rugs, gas range
i and water heater, other household
' goods for wile. 635 Chemeketa St. tf
WANTED To rent small farm, all
equipped, or would consider work on
same, by young married nan. Can
give references. L M care Journal, tf
FOR SALE 6 room cottage at 930 S.
13th. Will take auto as first pay
ment. "Write Robert Zollner, Wood-
burn, Or. 2-15
FOR SALE Four lots and eight room
house on South Commercial Street,
for one thousand dollars less than
cost three years ago; small payment
down, 6 per cent interest on balance.
Enquire 770 S Com St. or .phone 476
MULES, horses, have arrived from Am
erican Lake, six span well matched
mules, ages 5 to 8, weight from 2100
to 2600, also some good young horses
weight from 1200 to 1300, stock all
sound and well .broke, prices are
right. Liberty bonds accepted. Call
at 554 Ferry St. 2 17
JOURNAL WANT ADS PAY
POUND Auto license. Call Journal ol
fiee. . 2-14
FOB SALE Two Rhode Island iJed
cockerels. Phone 66F2L ! U
WANTED A woman to ear for inr
valid. Inquire- 2090 Ferry St. 2-14
1913 FORD for sale. Address
Chemeketa St. Phone 19023L
DESK room to rent in one-of the best
office building in the city. Also
ono of a suits of rooms. Address C
G care Journal. 2-13
PORTLAND tot, clear,. to exchange
for law library or automobile. P. O.
Box 486, Salem Or. 2-19
IMPROVED acreage tract, with spring
water piped to bungalow to ex
change for auto. P. O. Box 486, Sa
lem, Or. 2-19
FOR RENT Or sale, fine 8 acre tract
in bearing bruit, building. Inquire
645 Ferry. Phone 1806W. 2-15
WANTED To buy vulcanizing plant
state what you have and cash price
Address J care Journal. 2-15
FOB SALE Nice black team, wcignt
1200 lbs. each;, also good droving
horse, rubber tired buggy and har
ness. Phone 35F24. 2-14
WANTED" By March 1st, woman for
cooking and house work. Call 1500.
MIDDLE aged housekeeper wanted to
care for aged couple. Write Wm.
Wiener or phone 52JT5, Rt. 1, Salem.
BOUSE and two lots, well located, in
Coquille, Or., to exchange for prop
erty in or near Salem, Or. Mrs. S. L.
Minard, Rt. 3, box '279, Salem, Or.
FOR RENT Reasonable, 10 acre tract
2 room house, wood shed, barn 4
chicken houses, yard, some fruit,
laying White Leghorn pullets for
sale. D. B. Conner, West Stayton.
245 ACRES finest fruit land, 25 in
prunesy 180 in cultivation, fair im
provements, close to Salem, fine for
subdivision, $125 per. acre. Socolof
sky,.Bayn bldg. . tf
163 ACRES, all in cultivation, 100
acres in grain, well drained, first
class improvements, a fine dairy,
close to good town and school, on
rock road, must be sold, $125 per
acre. Jsocolorsky, uayno. bldg. tf
FOR SALE Buildiifc good as ; new,
i approximate iliroinsicms 21U75 . ft, . 2
short storie high, good for ware
house store room or barn. Can be
seen at the foot of Court St. Salem
Sand & Gravel Co. . 2-14
FOR EXCdliANGE 22 & acres. Fine
home. IMi miles from Salem 14 acres
prunes and berries, Good house,
$6000. Take in Salem property part
pay. C. W. Niemeyer, Masonia build
AUTOMOBILE TRiADES 1918 Stude
baker- 6 for Bmall acreage; Portland
lots for 7 pass, car;; Salem, lots for
Ford; 10 oure at Marion for Ford;
,New Elgin 6 for Salem bungalow us
part payment; $iuoo equity in siuuu
bungalow, take car as part pay. Good
little $550 cottage for Ford. C. W.
Niemeyer, Masonic building. 2-13
FORTUNE making: $10 secures mem
bership and full pro-rata interest in
five great Burkburnott fortune mak
ing gusher oil wells. Big opportunity.
Act now. Abner Davis, trustee, Wich
ita Falls, Tex.
rQR SAMiB owneri two fiv0 r00m
modern bungalows, free of encum
brance. One at 1965 Trade street,
the other at 244 S. 14th street. Terms
if desired. Address Mrs. L. V. Bud
long, 105 Washington street, Van
couver, Wash. 2-19
BARGAINS A 7 room complete mod
em house, on Court street for $3750.
A fine 5 room bungalow, completely
modern, on Capitol street. $,1000.
A fine 7 room bungalow, nil modern,
a new garage, an elegant home on
Fairmount avenue, $3500.
The Skipton barn on Ferry street.
An excellent buy, $J2oO.
A large brick building on North Lib
erty street. An extreme bargain.
Price is niiht. Phone 2022 or 1044.
G. W. Laflar, 406 Hubbard bldg. tf
A SACRIFICE SALE .
I can sell if taken at once, a
small residence and nice lot oa
25th street near the pen, for $600
$250 cash; there is a mortgage on
thig property that will be fore
eloadd1 very soon, therefore itha
owner has placed it on the market
at a sacrifice; if you want it you
hal better let me show it to you.
today, it will be told very soon.
Tt is a bargain.
Job E Scott
404 Hubbard building
229 State Street
If you want to buy or sell a
ear come and see me.
Case 5 passenger, good as new
1918 Ford sedan $600
1914 Ford, thoroughly overhaul
1918 Ford, practically new $350"
Elgin, good as new $1125
Maxwell roadster $275
Ford touring, perfect, $375
FOR SALE Fresh Jersey tow, 4 years
old, $75. Call 1640 Hall St -15
FOR SALE-C4ikn wheat by the
saek. Pkoae 8F23 after 7 o'clock
WANTED Good pasture within eight
miles of Salem. Will lease tor oue
or term of years. Phone 80F11. 2-19
40 ACBE8, 30 in prunes, 8 acres Lo
ganfcerries, finest of modern im
provements, everything in first
elaw condition, well located, $19,
' 500. Bocolofsky, Bayne bidg; u
3 ROOM house finished np in gooa
condition ob lot 50 by 125. Would
consider trade for cow, team or ford
Address J . L eare Journal for par
FOR SALE Cheap, late 1916 Maxwell
touring car, will consider horse, cow
or both as part payment. Roy Cof
fey, Rt. 3, box 192, 1U, miles west
of Liberty. g-15 -
FOR.Sl.VLE Fine- 8 room, strictly mod-
era house, paved street, east front, i
large lot, bearing fruit. Purniture
goes. Price $4250. W. H, Graben-
horst & Co., 275 State street. 2-14
FARM FOR SALE Farm of 163
acres, anyone wishing a first class
grain .or dairy farm let us give you
prices ana terms on "tnis one. Also
320 acre- relinquishment for trade,
this is a good one.. Address 1345
Broadway, Salem, Or. 2-14
FOR SALE 30 acreg of first class
land, 25 acres under cultivation, bal-1
ance tinioer, small buildings, 10
acres of Loganberries in first class
condition, 3. acres Italian prunes.
Price $7500. W. H. Grabenhorst &
Co., 275 State street. . . 2-14
10 AiCRB apple and peaeh orchard, ex
changes for Salem residence, $2500.
11 acres, all in cultivation, mile
from town, fair' improvements, ex
change for residence or acreage,
price $2500. Sqcolofsky, Bayno blag.
FOR SALE Well improved 25 acrejtihe Oregon Voter who was sitting at
borne, good 8 room plastered house, I "o prtss tame m me senato. rie cfe
barn, woodhouse, welj,; 4 acres Lo- clared that Chapman's publication is
ganberries, 10 . acres Italian prune I suboidiswd Iby the paving trust and
orchard, all under cultivation, lo-1 othor special interests, and compared
cated on main Jefferson road. Price ' Chapman to the beggar mentioned in
$12,500. W. H. Grabenhorst & Co., ! the Bible who ate emmbs from the
275 State street. . 2-14 rich man's table, and. said the only
800 ACRE3 stock and grain ranch, 150 struc.ion company was a little -more
ibottom in cultivation, well improved; ioe.ml to Chapman tan was tho rich
on Paeifie. highway, $3000 worth of man .to the beggar,
stock and equipment goes, 2Vj milea President Viuton left tho chair to
. front railroad town, will take $3000 make a talk In support of. the majr-'
in trade or liberty bonds, $7500 in Uy report,
-cash and carry back !$7000, prieo "These (bills aro intended only for
, $17,500, Socololskyiayna bldg. t one purpose, and that,i t insure om-
.v , jpeitive- bidding" he insisted.
FOB SALE Good 6 room modern I Ho declared he would Oppose the
i house, paved street,'-' 'Pries $2600. $10000,000 bond issue, espociaHy the
Vnd 1 loom odertt house, paved emergency elause, unless tihe' four bills
suvm., comer lo. fnce $si'oU. fckrict-, were passed so as to throw safeguards
ly modern 5 room bungalow, paved around the expenditure of money,
street, basement, furnace, fireplace. I Senator Moaer also spoke in sup
Price $3200. 7 room modern house iVrt of the majority report, declaring
located on Fairmount; Hill. Price that tlhe state .highway commission, re
$3600. W. H. Grabenhorst & Co., 275 gardlcss of the high standard of the
State street. 2-14 men on tho commission, could not give
PROPFjRTV in;.Tillamnnb ennntv enn-1
Bisting oil acreage, "business, rcsi- ture had failed to enact laws which
dence, lot and beach property, .val- would forco fair competition. .
ued at $17,300, bringing in income Senator . Hand'-y, Senator Hurley
of more than 8 per cent on valua-jand Senator Hankg spoke in support
' tion. Will sell for $16,000 with -small of the minority report, with its provis
paymont down and easy terms on ion to leava it to the highway com
balance, or will trade for .. business mission to determine upon tho quali
property in Balm or "ranch near by., ty and durability of the pavement On
See owner D. L. Shrode at 179 N.', which bids aro submitted.
Commercial or 642 N, High in eve
nings. Sat tf
Sutherlia Valley Farm Bargains
25 acre $1500
16.7 acres a , $1100
80 acres' .' $o000
90 acres .. v $6500
1866 acres $1000
170 acres $11,000
All of the above land subject to ir-
ligation and worth much more than
the prices quoted. All obtained under
foreclosure and the owner wants' his
money. Liberal ter-iven.
401 Masonic Temple, Salm, Or. 2-15
SENATE PAVING SCRAP
(Continued from page one)
raipcfiiia itha jiml,iftc at ih ronuhli.
nv , , -n , i ,
This caused Senator Banks to ask
mm u ue ws a riuijiicua or a uem-
"If your definition of a republican
is one who defends and helps to per-
petuate the power of these special inr
terests, then I am not a republican,"
replied Thomas, "but if your defini-
tion is one who defends the interests
of the people and 'opposes the damn;
able methods of the special interests,
then I am a republican."
Senator Banks asked if Thomas
meant to say that these special in
terests control the republican part?.
"These interests are subtle and they
work in the dark, but they have too
often dominated the nominations of
the republican party, ' replid Thomas.
Second Paving Lobby
Senator Strayer eited the "nefari
ous efforts" of the paving lobby to
throttle a free expression of opinion in
the senate, and said he was anxious
for the roll call so he could see wheth
er the report are trne that the paving
trust has a strangle bold upon some
of the senators.
He declared that the patents held
by the Warren Brothers company ere
not valid end anjliody who psn a
royalty to the company for laying bit
uUthie pavement "is either a erouk or
Senator Eddy said the four words in
the amendment would take the vitals
out of the bill, and he ealled upon the
mmmB iwt e"iegf.iauTn to
Rub Musterole on Forehead
A headache remedy without th dan
gers of "headache medicine." Relieves
headache and that miserable feeling from
colds or congestion. And it acts at one I
Musterole is a clean, white ointment,
made with oil of mustard. Better than a
mustard plaster and does not blister.
Used only externally, and in no way can
it affect stomach and heart; as some in
ternal medicines dot
Excellent for sore throat bronchitis,
I croup, stiff neck, asthma, neuralgia, con-
all pains and aches of the back or joints,
sprains, sore muscles, bruises, chilblains,
frosted feet; colds of the chest (it often
prevents pneumonia). .
30c and 60c jars; hospital size $250
kill the bill, but not be hypocritical
and paea a Dill so amende tat it
'(means nothing. He declared that tne
people of the statu demanded legis-
lation t the kind represented iby the
S.uj.,r LaPo.lett said he thought
ha coujdl corroborate what Senator
,uj a.d, oe.:aue a brother of
the man who attempted to, bribe Sen
u.u. aobaiuud u cd to s.ay at his
place and one nigiit Sic told LaFollett
.hat they had been unable to buy Lach
Senator Dimick aso charged, with
out giwing any specific .instances, that
the Warrert Construction company cor
rupted city councils and county courts,
but ho insisted that the bills were , not
intended to drive the patented pave-
ments from tne, slate
He declared that the whole assump
tion that anybody should have a pat
ent on the proposition of mixing sand
and broken rock and asphalt together
was tho rottenness fraud ever porpe
t rated upon the people of the United
"How fthey ever put it over on
somebody in the patent office I do not
luickrs.und," he said.
Attacked Oregon Voter Editor,:
Senator Dimick made a vicious at
tack upon C. C. Chapman, editor of
difference was that the Warren, Con-
the s ato a dollnr's worth of pavement
for a dollar spent because tho leglshv
KINO FERDINAND WOUNDED
I Oonenhrgen, Feb. 13. Kinjr Ferdinand
wns wounded when tho royal pulaco nt
Bucharest wns bombarded by Rumanian
V vi'iiionists, according to s Vienna
diprnvtrh published in tlio Cologne Ga-
ZPItc. The royal family is reported to
i,av pttempte'd tn escape to Jnssy but
.), nrnve ,ted them. Tho resnlu-
tion ; to ho spreftding throughout
tjlfl cmnt ,
jyy R H T JAI RS -
Br.T(r an uareiui Aoout xonr JB.ianeycs
BY N. B. COOK, M. D.
Foods taken into the stomach bo
, through various chemical changes, and
some of these changes aro poisons thut
must be sifted out and disposed of. It
the duty of the kid:Leys t0 do this,
,When the kidneys do not fully perform
' tho'r vital work, doaui may ue only a
few hours away iappi)yi Nature haB
provided warning alarms telling people
when their kidneys are not' well. These
warnings come in the form of dragging
P" " ,lne 8mu.". " la, ' ' 6
,ieauacn0) scanty urine and frequent
,,irffl to pass if, short breath, nuinbnc
pw it, short Dreatn, nuinnnens,
cramps, eoatert tongue, bad breath.
puffs under the eyes, thin blood, dry
skin, ringing in the cars, spots before
the eyes ard many other symptoms. All
come from the one cause of kidneys that
are not filtering tho poisonj out of the
system. To overcome these troubles,.
Dr. Pierce, of Buffalo, N. Y., compound
ed what he calls Anurie Tublets. No
oHi"r kidiiev medicine is 'its equal in
giving relief and reestablishing health
ful work in the kidneys. The treat
ment is very simple, as yon need noth
ing except water when taking Anurie
Tablets a glass of water with each
tablet. This washes and flushes the
kidneys while the -medicine itself is
dissolving the uric arid poisons and
driving them ouf. Anurie Tablets aro
made double strength, so that they
d:swlve urie acid the nam" as hot wa
ter dissolves mlt or. sugar. Most peo
ple need Anurie Table because most
people have urie acid. Better get that
poison out of your body lot safety's
sol'", and better beyin todpy.
To gently and agreeably coax the
bowels back ino normal activity, take
Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pollets. They are
just as good for costivencss as his An -
DON! FORGET THE YJ.CA. MEMBERSHIP BPdYE" I
w r i
'w sasstf WVUBSHSMM HHI tMMSSBY tJSNMB
Net Flouncing of very
fine quality, 36 inches I
wide, suitable for dress :
were sold at $1.39 I
and $1.19. I
You can always do better at
f , ; They preserve the vision and the appearance of t
youth rather than indicate age.
' Remember our eye examinations are exact and t
thorough in every detail.
DR.A.McCULLOCH " J
1 1 Optometrist t
204-5 Salem Bank of Commerce Building t
Mayer & Washington
We are Exclusive
WASHINGTON SHOES MAYER SHOES
Men and Boys Women and Children
Over a year ago we discontinued buying
CHEAP BARGAIN SHOES
That are used so often for Special Sales. They make
you think you are getting something for nothing
UNTIL THEY GET WET
....If you are looking for Bargain Price shoes. We
have nothing to offer.
OUR SOimLFATHER SHOES
Cost more but you don't have to buy so often
210 North Commercial St.
CAPITAL JOURNAL WANT
WEAR GLASSES WHEN I
for they prevent head-
aches, wrinkles, squint-
ine and frowning.
Agents For Them
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