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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1919.
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JOURNAL WANT AD DEPARTMENT IS THE BEST SELLING
HEDIUM IN MARION COUNTY-TRY THE! FOR RESULTS
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Seed your advertisement the first day
it appears and notify us immediately ii
Minimum charge, 15c.
WANTED Boarders and roomers.
Phone 1354B, call at 161 S. 14th. 2-26
"WANTED Secondhand linoleum at
once. 1601 Center St. tf
yOUN3 Tire on rim, on Salem-Mc-MinmviUo
road. Phone 7F23. 2-25
tt)R SALE Good tablo potatoes,
1.25 per sack Phone" 8GF22, tf
XR SALE Good stumpage, close in.
Address M S care Journal. 2 25
FORD for sale cheap. Just 'been over
hauled. Phone 853J. tf
WANTED To buy cattle and calves,
any kind. Phone 1576 W. 3-15
BUGS cleaned on floor, 35c per rug.
Phono 16. L. L. Buckner. 3-3
WANTED Fat, thin and fresh cows,
veal and large calves. Phone 1425
M. ' 3-3
BARRED Rock eggs for hatching,
from fine wintor layers, $1.50 for 15
K H. Pickens, 305 S 14th St. tf
FOR SALE Baled wheat straw $9
at .barn. Telephone 15F4 near Mid
dle Grove school. 3-22
200 ACRES timber, 8 miles out, level
land, paved road, $90 per acre, terms
'. L. Wood. Bayna bldg. 2-25
JPOR RENT Cheap, 11 acre tract, well
improved, right at Station. E M care
WANTED Capable housemaid or wo
man to do housework. Phone 1095
BARGAIN-Six room cottage, nearly
FOR BENT Modern upper flat, dose'
in. See R. C Fleming, 250 or 785
Court. Phone 124 or 92. tf
BLACK Minorca eggs for hatching,
$1.25 for 15. C. A. Germond, 1665 B
St., Balem, Or. " 2 28
liIBERTY BONDS If yon must dispose-;,
pf.. your. '.bJiMicls, we will, buy
them. 311 Masonic bldg. tf
FOB TRADE A good, neat 4 room
house with garage to trade tor auto.
Coll 1644 or 2022 in mornings. tf
FOB SAiLm i xl3 snaft governor,
engine and boiler complete, cheap.
Box 268, Turner, Or. tf
WALL PAPER 15 cents per double roll
op ward. Buren'i Furniture Store, 179
Commercial. . tf
XOBTHWEOTERN Nursery, Rt. 6.
Fruit trees, roses and ghrubs. Special
low prices on certain lines. Phone
FOR SALE Single buggy, Burlbank
potatoes, and a few laying pullots.
W. A. Springer, Salem, Or., Rt 7,
box 33 - 2-26
WE PAY highost cash price for eggs,
pork, veal and poultry. Willamette
Transfer Co., 171 S. High St. Phone
AS GOOD as new, gas range, good
. heating stove, water heater, retail
ored overcoats and suirts, at halt
price. Toe Capital' Exchange, 337
Court St. Phone 493. . tf
We Buy and Sell at the Market
INVESTMENTS OF MERIT ONLY
HAWKINS AND ROBERTS
314 Masonic Temple
BABY CHICKS FOR SALE
544 State St. Opp. court house.
WANTED Practical nursing. Airs.
HarroW, phone 1769J. 2-27
GBOCEBY stock and fixtures must be
sold within 30 days, easy terms, 1390
S. 12th St. tt
WANTED Exchange Seattle resi
dence, rented $30 month, for Salem
or acreage. Owner. 694 N. Com. 2-26
WANTED By married man with fam
ily, position as clerk in store, book
keeper or collector. Phone 649. 2-26
DISOHARGiED soldier wants work by
hour or by day. Address Myrtle ho
tel, room 15. 3-1
TWO good, unfurnished roomg on first
floor, for rent Phone 1354R, 161 8.
14th St. 3-1
FOR SALE Very fine used piano, low
price and terma Call or see L, L.
Miller et Marion Hotel 2010. 2-26
FOR SALE 6 pair thoroughbred
St. Andresberg canaries. 150
Front. ' 2-26
WANTED Capable farm hand. E. A.
Foster, Independence Rt. 1. Phone
F3022, 1 mile south of Gerlinger 3-1
WANTED To rent 5 or 10 acre" tract
with house and barn, 8470 care Jour
FOB SALE Twin Excelsior motor
cycle. Phonie 1902M, 1986 Chemeke
FOR SALE Up to date 5 room house;
good sleeping porch, cement base
ment and furnace. Price $2250, 657 8
FOR BENT House in fair condition
at 110 Owen St., good garden and
fruit, $3 per month. Mrs. C. L. Sper
ling, Burns, Ore. 2-20
WE HAVE on hand a few tons of mill
run for sale, at & Dargain Willam
ette Valley Transfer Co., 171 South
High St. Phone 1400. - tf
WANTED Good work team, weight
about 1500 to 1600, suitable for
heavy draft work. W. J. Turnidge,
Talbot, Ore. Boll phone Jefferson 3S
RETURNED SOLDIER wants a good
little home on installment plan. Can
pay $250 cash now and from $15 to
$25 a month. Sergeant S Journal.
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AM leaving town, must sell lease on
small place, part in fruit, 'grain and
Loganberries, modern house. Ad
dress X Z care Journal. 2-28
FOR . BENT Two acre tract on ear
line, good buildings, have cash buy
er for a modern home at $3500; al
so one at $2000, and one at $1000.
F L. Wood, Bayne bldg. 2-25
Ford touring, 1916, may extras $390
Stodard twenty, good tires etc $250
Maxwell, 1914, just painted $250
Chevrolet touring, 1918, $425.
Auburn touring, first class, $275
Highway Garage, 1000 S Com'l. tf
BARGAINS A 7 room complete mod
ern house, on Court street for $3750.
A fine 5 room bungalow, completely
modern, on Capitol street. $3000.
A fine 7 room bungalow, all modern,
a now garage, an elegant home on
Fairmount avenue, $3500.
The Skipton barn on Ferry street.
"An excellent buy, $3250.
A large. brick building on North Lib
erty street. An extreme bargain.
Price is right. Phone 2022 or 1644.
G. W. Laflar, 406 Hubbard bldg. tf
FOR SALE A 1 clover hay. Clande
Bamsden, Pratum, Or. 3 -S
FOE SALE Fresh cow. Phone 71F15.
STOCK carrots 75c sack; 11 White Leg
.horn pullets, laying; one rooster $12.
Et. 8, box 93. 2-26
WANTED To trade good aingle, rub
ber tired buggy and harness for
good uiillo com. Phone 37F5. 3-3
HATCHING EGGS Rhode Island
Rods. If you wan "color and eggs.'
Orote, box 55, Rt. 2, Salem. 3-3
YOUNG lady wishes position as assist
ant in office or any kind of clerical
work. 8482 care Journal. 3 3
WILL party who picked up lady's
umbrella at Mrs Sutherland's sale,
' please leave at Journal office. 2-25
WHITE Leghorn chicks for sale, $12.50
per hundred, hatched Saturday.
Phone 8F22 evenings. 2-27
FOB SALE White Leghorn and Ore
gon setting eggs, $1 per setting. 768
6. 13th St. 3-25
WANTED: Experienced salesman for
! shoes, also trimming windows, etc.
31 care Journal. 2-27
WANTED To exchange dental servic
es for second growth fir wood. 8a-
tlem P. O. box 423. 2-25
WANTED Experienced grafters at
Fruitland nursery. Phone 111F21, Sa
lem Rt. 6. . tf
WHITE Leghorn chicks for sale $13
por hundred. Phone 8F22 evenings
7 to 9 2 -27
WANTED To buy on installments
five r ten acre tract, must have
fair buildings. J H B Journal. 3-1
WANTED Furnished or partly furn
, ished home for adults, where can
have earden, crood location. A B
eare Journal. 2-25
LOST Friday, gold wrist watch, be
twoon Capitol and Court Sts., and
Salem hospital. Reward. Heturn to
Journal office 2-25
WANTED To buy 5 or 6 room house
within 10 blocks of university. Give
description, location, terms. Answer
8488 care Journal. J J
MIDDLE aged woman wishes position
as nouseitecper ior Tviuuwer, ui wu
jection to children. Phone 2061 from
1 to 3 pm. .. 2-28
WANT to rent or lease, good modern
house of six rooms or more, furn
ished or unfurnished, Call L. L. Mil
ler at Marion hotel 2010. V 2-26
FOB SALE Soveral dozen young lay
ing White Leghorn hens, cow, one
horse wagon, plow and other imple
ments Allen Pence, Rt. 7, box 44. a-zo
PLOWING Wanted 30 acres plowed
at once iu Mission Bottom, 1 miles
from Hopmere. State price. Addlress
C. M. Wilmot, 706 W. John at. Mrt
land. Ore. 2-25
FOB SALE Hatching eggs, White
Leghorns, Heavy layers, o por luu,
$1 per setting of 15. Fair View foul-
try Farm, Salem, Or., Bt. 7, box 48.
SALESMEN WANTED Good, reli
able salesmen to soil our up to date
-lino of calendars and advertising
novelties. Liberal -commissions.
Writo for particulars. The Best Mfg.
Co., State and Elm Sts, .New Haven,
Studcbakcr truck, this car is in per
fect working order with cord tires,
electric lights, starter, etc. .A bar
gain at $550.' Can be bought on
Maxwell roadster with delivery body
on bacq, $250. Just overhauled, etc,
Auburn touring car; can guarantee like
a new car, $250.
Highway Garage, 1000 S Coml. tf
' AUTO EXCHANGE
229 State Street
It you want to buy or sell a
ear come and see me.
Maxwell, "almost new, bargain
Buick roadster, $325
Paige touring ear, big bargain
Ford, perfect condition, $425
Ford, fully equipped, demount
able rims, $500
1912 Cadillac, good shape $400
Elgin, good as new $1125
Ford touring, perfect, $375
Notice is hereby given that I have
impounded the following described
dogs in compliance with ordinance
No. 1404 towit: One male fox terrier,
white with black head, about 15 pounds
One male fox terrier, white with yel
low spots, about 17 pounds; one male
black cur, 50 pounds; one male Aire
65ale, 50 pounds; one male fox terrier,
black and white, 25 pounds; one fe
male fox terrier, white and yellow
spots, 20 pounds; one male bird point
er, white and brown spots. 50 pounds;
one male spaniel, black, 25 pounds; one
female shepherd, black and brown, 25
pounds: one male Collie, vellow and
white, 40 pounds; one male' fox terrier
white, 18 pounds; one male shepherd,
dark yellow, about 35 pounds; one fe
male Collie, yellow, 30 pounds. The
above described dogs will be killed if
not redeemed by owners, on or before
Mareh 1, 1919, as provided in said or
dinance. February 24, 1919.
2 28 Street Commissioner.
EVERT day is house cleaning day at
the Miller apartments. 2 23
FOB SALE Good 3 Studobsker wa
gon, price (40. Phone 2030M. 2-27
FOR Sale iNew strictly modern 6
room bungalow, with bath, break
fast room and two large closet's. Hot
water heat. Address J2T care Jour
nal. 2 25
FOR SALE One acre borne place, 8
room house with every convenience,
hot water heat. All kinds of fruit
and berries. On paved street near ear
lime and school. Phone owner 2440.
Reasonable terms. 2-26
FOB SALE 30 acre tract of good land,
1(1 nerpA of It veur old Italian cranes.
balanee of land all cultivated, ex-!
cept 2 acres, which is in timber.
Good location. Price $6000. Address
344L Journal. a-25
FOB SALE Five acres well improved,
1 acres Italian prunes, large fam
. ily orchard, grapes and berries, ex
cellent well, gocd buildings, milo
to Salem Heights school and car
line. Beautiful view. Price $2200.
Mrs. A. L. Komano Rt. 4, box 15C.
I HAVE for sale a 5 room and a 6
room modern residence, close in, for
$3850 and $4000 respectively. Also
a number of cheaper houses ranging
in price from $600 up. Have 4
room and a 5 room residence to trade
for a larger house and will .pay cash
difference. . .
Ma IL Scott
404 Hubbard building
? PERSONAL :
Mrs. B. A MilJer was a recent visit
or with relatives In Corvalli3.
Lieut. Paul Pierce, who has been
located at Camp Taylor, Kansas, is
among the recent arrivals in Salem.
He was with the artillery department.
Mr. B. D. Cooper recently arrived
in the city from Vale, Oregon, and
will make an extended visit with her
sister, Mrs. H. S. Preecott, and other
Mias Edith-Smith left yesterday for
Geo. E. Lungburg, cashier of the
First National bank, of Grants Pass,
stopped off in the city met night for
a brief visit with acquaintances on his
way south from a business trip to Se
attle He states that the past year has
been one of ithe best in the history of
tie bank in the matter of deposis,
Ghaa. X. Spaulding,; of the Spauld
ing Lumber Co., was a business visit
or in Portland yesterday.
B. F. Baker of Newport was a re"
eent arrival in, Salem. v; ,
L. A. Whereat of Marshfield arriv
ed in the eity Monday for a brief stay
F W. Steueloff is transacting busi
ness for his firm in Portland today
O. B. Gingrich and Robert Ewing,
off the Gingrich Motor Co., are attend
ing the automobile show in Portland.
Henry Clark of Portland, is among
the visitors in the city today. He is a
member of the noted Canadian regi
ment, the "Irish Bangers"' and saw
some of the fiercest "fighting of the
French front and is still suffering
from shell shock.
Mm J. I. Fassett left today over
the Oregon' Electric for Seattle.
Capt. Richard Diech of Portland is
among the transient visitors in the
city today, stopping at the Marion ho
tel. J. O. Hughes of Eugene is one of the
recent arrivals in the city.
Sergeant G. K. Darby of Corvallis
has recently received bis discharge
from the service at Camp Lewis, stop
pin goff in Salem on his way home
and registering at the Capithl hotel.
H. A Haminglon, U. L. Metzler and
W. II. Banks, Portland men who are
employed with the Southern Pacific,
were recent guests at the Capital hotel
Ellbert Thompson, of the Valley Mo
tor company, and t'h&a. Vick, of Vick
Bros, are in Portland today attending
the automofale show
Manager Miller, of the Marion ho
tel, was among the delegates at the
Hotel Men's convention in Portland
Among th.e Portland men in the city
recently are W. B. Donaldson, W. C
North, Geo. F. Brice. Attorney George
Mowry, ex-Senator C. W. Hodeon, Geo.
Kirbv. Chas L. Dick of Mason, Ehr-
man Co., County Commissioner Rufus
J. A. Westorlund of the Holland ho
tel in- Medford, was among the guests
at the Marion hotel today.
Miss Florence Robbing and Miss
Frykburg were Dallas people register
ed lat the Bligh hotel today.
Unless your food is digested with
out the aftermath of painful acidity,
the jor is taken out oi both sating
are wonderful in their help to the
stomach troubled with Over-acidity.
Pleasant to take relief prompt and
MADE BY SCOff BOWNC
MAKERS OF SCOTTS EMULSION
The bearing in Portland yesterday
before the public service commission i
in "which the city of Balem, Portland,!
Astoria. The Dalles and othera appear
ed in protest against the proposed ad
vance in telephone charges, developed
the fact that the Pacifie Telephone
company has asked for an advance of
50 per cent. This would Jnng the bus-
imess telephones from $3 a month to '
$4.50 and private phones in proportion, j
The company claimed it had made dur-
ing the past year only about one and
three quarters per cent on Its investment
J Citv News t
We'll press your su't. Phone 43.
Closing oat entire stock. Window
shades cwt to order Plenty of wall pa
per still on hand. Those needing hard
ware or garden tools will find it prof
itable to buy here. Special on forks
for handling hay, 75e. J. A. Patterson.
285 N. Com'l St.
Don't forget Friday evening, TeU,
28, Liberty hall. Come. 2 27
SUverton had an extremely narrow
escape this morning when the bill in
troduced by Senator Xachmund appro
priating! $10,000 state money and au
thorizing Marion county to give $10,
000 came up for discussion in the house
With 60 members, the Institution
says that a bill to pass must receive
31 votes and that is just the numbet
the SUverton armory bill received. At
this tiraa of the sesion, members are
mpving about considerably, often leav
ing the house, liovm if but one friend
of the bill had happened to be out in
the lobby, the bill would have lost.
All it needs now is the signature of
the governor ' j
The union revival meetings at 17th
and Chemeketn street Evangelical
church are increasing in interest. Rev.
G, Liening, Sr., will preach tonight
on the office and administration of the
Holy Spirit. Tomorrow evening Dr. O.
C. Poling, of Pittsburg, Pa., will ar
rive in the city and preach every eve
ning at 7.30 p. m at the local Evan
gelical church 17th ana iwemeketa
street. Dr Poling is an educator as
well as an cvangielist. Daniel Foling,
of Y. M. C. A fame, is his son. Dr.
Polinjg) is! the most prominent maa
that advocated an organic union be
tween the two Evangelical branches.
The firm of Perrine & Marsters m-
port the recent sale of the Lucien D
ranleau residence property on i)
street, to H. W. Holman, who also
transferred -to Mr. Deranlcau a fine
ranch property of about 22 acres.
Colonel "John Leader, of the Uni
versity of Oregon, arrived in the city
today for the purpose of inspecting
the cadet corps of the high school and
giving them a course of instruction in
The recent TJ. S. rmy casualty lists
show the names of Molvin M. Haugen
of Silvcrton and Louis F. Ullman of
Dr. Casnatt reports from 16 to 20
school children going through his of
fice for examination at this time, but
no cases appearing of a dangerous
character. Ho wishes pupils and teach
ers to arrange fox calls to be made be
tween 8:30 and 9:30 in the morning.
A number of local auto dealers will
visit the automobile show in Portland
to see bow it compares with the re
cent event in Salem. The' Valley Mo
tor eompany.will enter a number of
their machines and keep one of their
representatives on the ground. 1
The Xndepexlflont Meat Market Is
today entirely settled In its new quar
ters a few doors north of its former
location on Commercial street. The in
terior has been altered, made spotless
ly clean and painted white, and make
an ideal market, with plenty of room
both for the erowd in front and for
storage in the rear. A fine each reg
ister and up to the minute, illuminat
ed scales are added to the equipment
in the interest of rapidity and effi
The question ag to What specific
gravity of grmoline should be sold in
Oregon is still occupying the attention
of the legislators, even at this late
day in she session. Biepresentative Mar
tin started the ball rolling by intro
ducing a bill providing thul the spe
cific gravity should be 58 inwteua of
the present regulation of 56. The auto
dealers of Salem lined up in favor of
the higher grade gasoline. The houso
passed the bill at 56 but when it got
to the senate, not only the old require
ment of a epeeifie gravity of 56 was
knocked out, but the law repealed. An
amondment was tacked on to the bill
providing that the big oil companies
could sell gasoline of any epecifie grav
ity they cared to, just so it was label
led. The Salem auto dealers are em
phatically apposed to lowering the
grade and leaving it optional witn the
big oil company. It is understood the
bill will toe recalled to the house and
an effort made to at least keep in
force the old law requiring a Hpecific
gravity of 58 and not let the Um
Mr and Mrs. A. L. Hoffman and son,
Herbert, leave tonight for a four
months trip through California and the
middle western states for the benefit
Men and Women
and when he puts
a Child in the
cradle he says
"You may help me,"
The publishers price, today in case lots, is almost
double. Our supply is limited. You must act quick.
Sale opens 9 a. in. None sold to merchants. You
cannot afford to miss this sale.
White House Cook Book
Yoii can always do better at
BOXING BILL GETS BY
Measure Legalizes Ten-Round
Bouts And Would Appoint
Boxing bouts are approved by the
Oregon legislature, as the senate yes
terday afternoon following the action
of the house passed tjio Mer'arland
boxing bill. The vote was. 20 to 10.
The bill legalizes 10-round boxing
boute, ami provides for the .rpoint
ment of city boxing commission to
supervise tho affairs.
Supporters of the bill contended that
priie fighting was not contemplated,
but they wished to make boxing legal
as a sport.
Sunutor IIuhIoii poiuted out that he
has opposed a Ibill of similar nature
during past sesions, but since he vis
ited t'linip Lewis and learned of the
benefit boxing has been to the sol
diers lie has changed his mind and
was going to support the bill.
Others who strongly supported the
bill were Senators Mosor, Banks, Hur
ley and Kitner, while Senators Din
ick, Kddy and Farrell spoke against
the bill, Senator Dimick opposed the
measure on general principle saying
it would (bring into tho stuto tho
sports and pugs from other states
and this class of citizens were not an
asset. Senator Eddy said the bill would
1112 Mill Street, near South 12th Street
1 Venus dhole range with water coil; 1 new Universal heater, block
and pipe; 1 small roll top writing desk, solid oak; 2 other writing desks;
1 Perfection 3-burner oil stove; 1 round extension table, 5 legs, solid
oak; 8 oak diners; 3 oak rockers; 3 oak Princess dressers, new; 1 oak
Library table; 1 oak swing rocker; 1 air tight heater, block and pipe;
1 lounge; 1 organ; 1 Ax mi inter rug, 9x12; 1 tapestry Brussels rug, 9x12;
2 ingrain rugj, 9x12; 1 Brussels rug, 9x12; 1 new rag rug, 8x12, fring
ed ends; 1 wool f il re rug, 7x9; 1 bath mat; 4 pairs lace curtains; 4
white enamel beds, springs and mattresses; 1 kitchen cabinet; 1 pair
portiers; 1 slop j ir; 1 comode; 1 white drop bead sewing machine; 1
gallon tub, boik ,-, axe, hoc, pail, crocks, broonfj mop, kitchen utensils of
all kinds. Par-'-T baskets, 6 dozen fruit jars, and many other articles
TEEMS CASH. -
NOTE: Goo'j open for inspection on Day of Sale only. Kindly do not
overlook this request.
MRS. W. T. GCULDER (km
1112 MILL 6.
F. It WOODRY, Auctioneer.
PHONU 610 OS 511"
WOODBT BUYS FURNTTUEB OF AIX KINDS
not be bcuoficial to small communitM,
where the boxing matches would be
come rough affairs, while Senator Far
roil said ho did not know of any of
the better clas of citizens who favor'
ed it ..'';
The vote on the bill was as follows:
Yes 'Baldwin, Banks, Boll, Kber-
naro, tianaiey, uoweu tiuriey, jiu
ton, Jones, Lachmund, linifUutr, Mo.,
er, JJoribladf Orton," Taterson, iHitner.
Shanks, Smith of Josephine, President
No jDimii'k, Eddy, Farroll, Oill,
Niekelscn, Moiree, Porter, (Smith, of:
Coos, Strayer, Wood.
of Mrs. Hoffman's health. Their stopn
will include Los Angeles, Chicago, Mil
waukee and Faribault Minn., the lat
ter town being their former home and;
the present residence of their parents.
Mr. Hoffman's business will be man
aged "during his" absence by his sons,
Arthur and Ernest Huffman.
There is nothing of any moment be
fore tho circuit court today. The last
cass disposed of was that of Irene
Nash v Herbert Nash, a suit for di
vorce in which the wife alleged cruet
and inhuman treatment. The case was
taken under advisoinent by Judge Bint?
Miss Anna Town send of this city,
passed away yesterday afternoon at 'i
o'clock at one of the hospitals. She
was a sister of Lafayette and Marion
Townwnd. The funeral will be held at
the Kigdon parlors tomorrow at lit
O'clock a. m.
Robert Fry Clark has botin elected
president of Pacific university. He has
been acting president since 1917,
AT 1 P. II