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TttE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL. SALEM. OREGON TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1919.
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"From Over There"
General Pershing's Official Reoort
Tday's casualtyo list contains the
following name! of Oregon men:
CARL MATSON, Portland, wounded
WALTER BOLITHO, Portland,
HALVOB H. BASCH, Portland,
LEONARD WESTFALL, Sherwood,
GUSXAVE L. BATTJiTKTJ, Portland,
Wounded, (Degree TJndetermined) Pre
viously Reported Killed In Action.
Corporal Aloysus Spargo, San Fran
Private Charles E Reed, Seattle Wash
Died, Previously Rporoted Died of
Corporal Chesler Scahill, " Ipswich,
Private John Zajackcuaki, Detroit
Supreme Court Hands
Down Several Decisions
' The following opinions were handed
down this morning by the supreme
Boulevard Drainage System V9 Ef
fio J. Cordon et -al appellant; appeal
from Malheur county; petition for re
hearing denied; opinion by Justice Bur
nett. Rosa Bridges ct al, appellant, va T.
M. Hiirlburt, sheriff and tax collector
of Multnomah county; appeal from
Multnomah county suit to require sher
iff to satisfy taxes and to he enjoin
ed from advertising property as delin
quent; opinion by Justice Burnett;,
Judge Tucker affirmed
J. iBrooks Haworth et al, appellants,
vs F. A. Jackson t al, appeal from
Multnomah county; suit over contract
relative to purchase of a truck; opin
ion by Justice Burnett; Judge Tucker
affirmed. " -
E. Catchin'gs ct al, appellants, vs A.
C. Rulhy et al, appeal from Multnomah
county; action for damages; opinion
by Justice Benson; Judge. Ganteubein
affirmed : .
'Rudolph'. Pubols vg Pedor Jacobsen
ct al, appellants; appeal from Wash
ington county; ejectment .proceedings;
opinion by Justice Benson; Juiige
Samuel W. Brown appellant, vs Job
oiph Almasie; appeal from Lnne coun
ty; contest over a homestead claim;
opinion by Justice Bennett; Judge
; Fred Fritz et al, appellants, vs Petti
Rig',js; (appeal from Multnomah coun
ty; suit t declared cancelled a lease
front Riggs to 'the appellant and to
enjoin Biggs from proceeding in on
action to collect rent from the appel
lant; opinion hy Chielf Justice Mo
Bride; Judge TucIipt affirmed.; '"
Emma j. Robinson appellant, ys
Grant Phegloy, apreal from MutHio
inah county; motion to dismiss an ap
peal overruled per curiam.
Elsie E. Wade vs Walter E. Wade,
Appellant; appeal . from MultnOAiah
county; petition for rehearing denied
Tri-Cclor Day Is Salem
WHEREAS: The French High Com
mission, by request of our own War
Department has permitted the French
Army Band of veteran hero musicians,
under Captain Fernand Pollain, to
come to America on a tour designed to
more firmly cement the bond of union
now existing between Franco and Amor
. ica, and
WHWREAS, seventy two of our pub
lic spirited citizens 8nd business men
have taken such an active interest in
this band and the purpose they repre
sent that they have donated the money
to meet the expenses of bringing this
wonderful band to our city, and pcr
" tnit every cent that is paid for udmis-
sion to eo to the "War Mothers Club
Of onr Soldiers, Sailors and Marines.
ituvr, luurtuuiv, x, v. jj. ttj
or of the City of Salom, by authority' ponsitutionsi! amendment increas
in me vested do hereby designate and n the limitation of taxes by conn
ect apartT Wednesday, tne iiitn aay oi
March as Tri-Color day in the City of
Balem, ancl earnestly urge that every
place of businoss, where possible dec -
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for Cougn syrup
Eaally ami riiMP'r mutli at homi
but 1 henti thm all fer
Thousands of housves have found .'provjd5ng for the construct
WrKWw tion of the BooJvelt coast highway
m 1 "us in" thE well-known ol'd recipe and appropriating $2,500,000 therefore
for msking cough syrup at home. It ia oa condition that the government ex
liimple and chearo'nakei Dut 1f,reallT ppni3 a liko amount.
1ms no enal Prompt "suits, it r Provigion is t)iat if any of the
takes risht hold of 'stopping an above measures should fail to paw the
iXfconghl "ilegistature, then of cqurse they would
Oct hi. ounces of Pinex from any not be submitted at the special elee
drugoist,'pnir it into a pint bottle, and tion,
add nlam erannlated sugar syrup to
mnke a full pint. If you prefer, use
it tastes gotSr keeps perfectly, ani
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It's truly astonishing how qniclcly it
cts, penetrating through very air pas-
safre of the throat and Itinirs loos-ens
the annoying throat tickle and dreaded
tough disappear entirely, noiuiu)?
er for bronchitis, spasmodic croup, .
whooping cough or bronchial asthma.
Pinex is a special and highly eoncen-
trated compound o genuine Norway pine i
tract, known ice worm r iv
liealing cifit on the membranes. -
Avoid disappointment by asking yonr
!ru8vist for ounce of Pinex" with
-full directions and don't accept any
thing else. Guaranteed to (rive absolute
satisfaction or mnnrvpromptry refunded,
ffhe Pinex Co, Ft Wayne, lnd.
Killed In Action, Previously Rpoerted
Wounded Degree Undetermined.
Private Jet J Valdwin. Warren Ohio
Killed In Action, Previously Reported
Missing In Action.
Lieutenant George E Bivres, Chicago
Lieutenant Everett B Mosier. Over
brook Philadelphia Pa
Privates Daniel H Bruce, Providence
James Bums, Hartford Conn
John J Butler,. Zanesville Ohio
Guiseppe Calleri, Berwick Pa
Earl G. Conaway, Irvin Texas
Andrew Grillo, Brooklyn N Y
Albert P Ljitcndresse. buluth Minn
Thomas V Lynch, New York
Arthur Lyson, Patshall N D
Cornelio Michcli, Lucca Granvata
Italy. ' .
Harry A Rhynders, Redhook N Y ,
Wait F Worrell, Lawson Mo
Died of Wounds Received In Action,
Previously Reported Missing In Action
Private Albert J Erickson, Chicago
Private Noel W Luddy, Nicholasville
Died, previously Reported Missing
Corporal Orville Woodin. Cantril la.
Privates Richard Bayha, Skidmore,
James H Cain, Sharpsburg Pa
Matteo Iafallo, Villa Loogo, Italy
Neal Morgan, St Johnsbury Vt. "
Killed In Action, Previously Reported
Returned to Duty.
Privato Albert Charles Thompson,
Camden N J .
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SPECIAL ELECTION TO
Senate hill 297 by Eddy, which pro
vides for a special election to be held
June 3 to allow tho people of the state
to vote on numerous proposed amend
ments to the constitution and meas
ures referred by the legislature,' was
parsed by the senate today. Only five
senators voted against it. They were
minks, .Hurley, Jones, Porter and
As passed (by the senate tho bill con
templates that tne following measures
will be referred to the sipecial elec
tion: The $5,000,000 reconstruction bond
the stato authority to guarantee tha !
i lnierest. ore irraTnion uitfiric jvmi.
ties for roads
a constitutional amendment provid-,
ng that the state industrial aecident
' commission may locate a reconstruc
tion nospitnl in i-ortiano.
A constitution! amendment creat-
i ing the office of lieutenant governor.
A bill authorizing the issuance of 1
to expend the money on a reconstruc
tion building program.
A bill providing for state aid to sol
dier9 who desire to attend eollege.
A bill levving a state tax of one mill
annually for the construction of mar
. h Tsinn together with our
"or gloried Btar..anfid Stripes, and
that we unite in giving this hero Band
a hearty welcome
Done in the City of Salem this twen-
t fifth ,)ay 0f February in the year
' 0ur I ord o-ne Thousand Nineteen
: f u,Ji n
Mayor of Salem. Oregon.
PASSES WHEAT BILL.
Washington, Feb. 22. The house to
day passed the $2.26 wheat guarantee
hill hv a. vote of 276 to 15.
. 1. o w.i, ' ' ' - .m ,
owers to uv and sell wheat, through
any agency he may see fit .to ereate
The Dill gives tne presiueai uiw
. - . - - . . . . i
control Storage ana transponauou uU
restrict importg and exports.
BILLS PASS SENATE
fight Occurred Over Amount
To Be 6?en Agricultural
. Appropriation bills totaling $3,639,
635.50, were passed by the senate yes
terday afternoon. '
oevcrai bills drew stiff opposition
from various senators, but iu .
case the recommendation of the ways
and means committee was sustained by
a majority of the senators.
One of the stiffest fights occurred
over the bill appropriating $i32,5o6 for
tlie Oregon Agricultural College. Sen
ator Dimick was particularly opposed
to this appropriation.
' ' The college already has mors money
than it knows what to do wHtt, i nc de
clared. "A few years airo when a mil-
lage tax was voted for the college, tiie
senator on this floor representing Ben
ton county declarca that the school
would not again come before this lee-
islature asking for money, That prom
ise came direct troin the men in con
trol of the college.
"But at tho very next legislature the
college was back here asking for an
appropriation. It is here again, and
this bill should be voted down,"
Senator Patterson made reply, saying
he was .glad he did not live on a river
between narrow bluffs, where his views
or tmngs was limited.
'I am glad I live where I can get
a broad vision of tho whole state, and
tho things that aro for its uevelop
ment," he said.
Senator Smith of Coos, Senator Pierce
and others spoke for the college approp
riation. Senator LaFollette emiosed
the appropriation, saying the college
ws noi wonn to tne tanners the money
it is costing the stats.
On final vote the bill carried" with
Dimick, Handley, LaFollette ana iV'ood
voting against it. -
An effort was made by Senator Dim-
k., aasisieu y oenators JMdy and La
Follette, to have the $50.00 aPDronria.
tion for the stntn lihrnrir m r 4.10 nnn
but they were unable to break down the highways-r-Authorizing the establish,
support .givon the bill as it stood bvlment of 8 forrv between Umatilla, Ore-
oemtiorg jratterson, Jlurlev. Hanks. Gill-
ana otners. Tne vote on the motion
to go into committee of the whole in
order to cut the appropriation was al
Yes Baldwin. Dimick, Eddy, Farrell
Handley, LaFollette, Ortou, l'icrce and
No Banks, Bcll,.Eberhard, Gill, How
ell, Hurley, Huston, Jones, Lachmund,
Moser, Nicholsen, Norblad, Patterson,
Porter, Ritner, Shanks, Smith of Coos,
Smith of Josephine, Thomas, Wood and
An attack was also made on the ap
propriation of $50,000 for the bureau
of mines, hut it wa8 saved when Senator
Strayer made a. vigorous speech in its
defenso and pointed Out the value the
bureau is to the. mining industry of
Appropriation bills were passed as
H. B. 457, by joint ways and means
committee Appropriating $14,000 for
the maintenance of experimental sta
H. B. 458, by joint ways and means
committee Appropriating $75,000 for
bounties on wild animals.
H. B. 459, by joint ways and means
committee, Repealing continuing ap
propriation of $7,500 for the stato li
H. B. 460, by joint ways and means
committee Appropriating $34,000 for
state board of health, and $25,000 for
the Oregon Soldiers Hygiene society.
H. B. 461, by joint ways and means
committee Appropriating $10,000 for
the stato limo plant.
H. B. 402, by joint ways and means
committee Appropriating $50,000 for
O. A. C. experiment stations.
H. B. 463, by joint ways and means
committee Appropriating $41,520 for
the office of the attorney general,
H. B. 484, by joint ways and menas
committee Appropriating fy-,100 for
the state fair board,
H. B. 465, by joint wayg and means
committee Appropriating $15,000 forjan(1 tho jnf,truetion of the Secretary
the supreme court libraory ana. ott,000.of ti19 interior nf Snotemher is mi7
for the state library.
H. B. 466, by joint ways and means.
committee .Appropriating $50,000 forjm., at public auction at tha United
the bureau of mines and geogloy,
H. B. 467, dt joint ways and moans
committee Appropriating $38,535 for
carrying out the provisions of tho Smith
Lever act for the Oregon Agricultural
H. ii. 408, by joint ways and means
committee Appropriating $338,800 for
the salaries of judgeg and district attor
H. B. 469, br joint ways and means
committee Appropriating $45,000 for
H. B. 470, by joint ways and means
committer Appropriating $122,500 for
Kidney disease is no respector o. ifr
boiih. It attacks young and old alike
Id most cass the victim is warned
of the approaching dangea Nature fights
back. Ileadai he. indigestion, insomnia,
lam back, lumbago, eeiatica, rheuma
tism, pain in th loin and lower ab
domen, difficulty in urinating, all are
indication of trouble brewing hi your
When such symptoms appear you will
almost certainly find qu. k relief in
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the maintenance of the department of
secretary of state, governor and state
H. B. 472, by joint way and means
committee, Appropriating $235,000 for
the University of Oregon,
H. B. 471, by joint ways and means
committee Appropriating ?r2W,000 for
orph&ns and foundlings.
H. B, 47f, by joint ways and means
committee Appropriating $867,000 fy
the Oregon, state hospital.
H. B. 475, by joint ways and moans
committee Appropriating $100,000 for
the University of Oregon medical col
lege. H. B. 476, by joint ways and means
committee Appropriating $14,S Io
tho Oregon Norm&l school at Monmouth.
H. B.. 477, by joint waya and mt.H.
committee Appropriating $112,798 for
the state training school for boys.
H. B. 478, by joint ways and means
committee Appropriating $39,206 for
the state industrial school for girls.
H. B. 479, by joint ways and means
committee Appropriating $273,200 for
the Eastern Oregon state hospital.
. H. B. 480, by joint ways and mears
committee Appropriating $128,000 for
the state tuberculosis hospital.
H. B. 480, by joint ways and means
committee Appropriating $36,150 for
the state school foi the blind.
H. B. 482, by joint ways and means
committee Appropriating $65,000 for
the stato school for the deaf.
H. B. 483, by joint ways ana means
committee Appropriating $68,950 for
the maintenance of the s3 capital
and snpreme court buildings.
H. B. 484, by joint ways and means
committee Appropriating $69,400 for
the state fish and game commission.
, H. B. 48C, by joint ways and means
committee Appropriating $97,100 for
the pnblie service commission'.
II. B. 486, by joint ways and means
committee Appropriating $64,082.50
for tho Oregon Soldiers Home.
H. B. 487, by joint ways and mc&ng
committee Appropriating $54,000 for
the stato forester, $12,000 for the state
board of horticulture, 0838 for print
ing the annual report of the State Hor
ticultuieal society, $8,400 for the state
sealer of weights and measures, $50,
000 for the Northwest Tourist Associa
. In addition to the appropriation bills
other house bills were passed as fol
H. B, 452, by committee on roads and
"" "" .-b
In one of the appropriation bills that
passed the house was one allowing the
cluim for $67.00 of Will Byars for
money ho paid the state about 23 yeare
ago for some land for which the state
could not give title and did not return
the money. The claim now belongs to
W. H. Byars, Another claim allowed
wa? for $128.00 for two horses used by
the state during tha Indian wars of
18.'.. and 1856.
Any firm or corpoiation that has a
patented m t cio or mixture that is to
le iis"d in the construction of high
ways will bo cUigedt o filo with'the
highway ccmuission ton days prior to
tha letting of a contract for roads, com
pki plans and specifications of same,
according to tho bill that passed the
luuie. The bill is thought to provent
special rebates on patented materials
or articles used by the state highway
in closing its contracts, for road con
st! uetion.': Iho owners of any patented
articles to cuter into road construction
included in a bid must filo a statement
seltiiig forth royalties and conditions
under which' the specified article may
be uwd by the contractor. Representa
tive Lewis said this would make a lot
r,f trouble for 20 Portland firms who
manufacture articles. Hsod in road con
struction. Dennis, chairman of the com
mittee on roads and highways insisted
strongly on the passage of the bill and
it got through. The bill is now i the
The first local boys to return to La
Center from overseas are Privates
John Shaver and Orin Caons.
NOTICE OF BALE OP GOVERNMENT
General Land Office
Washington, D. C.
February 14, 1919.
Notice is hereby given that subieet
to the conditions and limitations of
tho act of. June 0, 1918 (39 Stat., 218),
Hie timber on the following lands will
be sold Aoril 8. 1919. at 10 o'clock
Stateg land office at Portland, Ore-
gon, to the highest bidder at not loss
than the appraised value ais shown bv
this notice, sale to be subject to the
approval of the SecVetary of the In
terior. The purchase price, with an ad
ditional sum of one fifth of one per
cent thereof, being commissions allow
ed, must be 'deposited at time of sale,
money to be returned if sale is not
appcoved, otherwise .patent will issue
for the timber which must be removed
within ton years. Bids will be received
from citizeng of tho United States, as
sociations of such citizens and corpora
tions organized under the laws of the
United State or any state, territory
or district thereof only. Upon appli
cation of a qualified purchaser, th
timber on any legal subdivision will
be offered separately before being in
clude! ia any offer af a larger unit.
T,. 9 S,. B. 2 E See. 34, NKVi NK'A,
fir 1820 M., hemlock 270 M, NW
NEi4, fir 8S0 M., hemlock 150 M., SW
NE;, fir 1770 M., hemlock 250 M.,
HEY NB4, fir 2390 M., hemlock 200
-U., NE HEVt, fir 1170 M., hemlock
120 M, N'W 8E4, fir 1830 M. hem
lock 50 M., SW 8E, fir 720 Al.,
SE fir 1190 M.f hemlock 30
M., iNE'4 NWV4, fir- 630 M., hemlock
130 m. NW NW, fir 1760 M.,
NE 8W14, fir 1950 M., iN'W HWy4,
fir 2100 M., SW14 NWy4, fir 1250 M.,
8E4 SWA, fir 1S50 M., none of the
fir to -be sold for lews than $1.50 per
M., and nose of the hemlock to be sold
for less than 75 cents per SI. Tr 4 8.,
B. 3 E., See. 3; BKV4 E, fir 1200
M,., m SE4, fir 1145 M., 80c. 33j
8K tNE, fir 730 M., cedar 25 M.,
HW NE14. fir 850 M., none of the
fir or cedar' to be sold for less than
$1.50 per M. '
Commissioner General Land Office.
ln II 'IMIIIB " iilliiniBWIrtffi,f
CHANCELLOR VON HERTL1NG
Intimated a partial agreement with
the fourteen principles of peace enun
ciated by President Wilson, one year
ago today, February 25, 191S.
Find a General. '
Vpside do wn lehini Genua.
The Capital Jonmal
Daily Market Report
Wheat, "soft white ........ . $1.90
What, lower grades oa sample
Hay, cheat ......... $24
Hay, oats $29
Barley, ton , , $4850
Mill run . $50
Creamery butter 5758c
: Pork, Veal and Mutton
Pork, in foot 15 3-4c
Veal, fancy 2021c
Steers . . 7Bc
Cows .......... . 47c
Spring lambs . 12c
Ewas." . . .....45fflc
Lambs, yearlings . ........ . 10l2c
tfgt and Poultry
Eggs, cash . 33c
Hens, live .... 2527c
Old roosters . . 15
Chickenis . .... ..... . 25c
Radishes, doz. ....
Onions, local .' -
Cabbage '. 2
Turnips . ,.. .......
Beets ... ....
Parsnips - ....
Cauliflower, 2 d'oz. case
LOrftnges .'. ....
Lemons, box .... ................
Florida grape fruit, case ........
Black figs lb. ......
White figs, lb
Packaige figs per bx SO pkg
Eggs, dozen .....
Country butter .'.
Flour, hard wheat
Portland, Or., Feb. 25.-J3utter, city
Eggs selected local ex. 3840c
Broilers 40o .
Cheese, triplets 3132c
DAILY LTVB STOCK SLaBKJST
Tone of market strong
Best steerg 1314
Good to choice steers $11.7512.75
Medium to good steers $10.75(11.7o
iair to good stoers $9.50(gl$.75
Common to fair steers $8.5O9.50
Choice Cows and heifers $10(q)ll
Good to choice cows and heifers
$8.75(fl9.75 ' ' -
Medium to good cowg and heifers
Fair to medium cows and heifen
Calves $9 13.50
Stockers and feeders $710
Tone of market strong
Prime mixed 17.25aa750
Medium mixed A1717.25
Rough heavies $15.25(ail5 50
Tone of market strong
Prime lambs $1414.50
Fair to medium lambs $1012
Fanners Produce Company
Cash for your produce today:
21c for top veal
lc for top fioge.
27e for heavy over 4 lb. lens.
25e for light nnder 4 lb. hens.
160 S. Hie Bt Phone 10
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Quick Reference To Finns That Give Service Oa Short
Where Bayer And Seller Meet We
Recommend Our Advertisers.
Salem Electric Co., Masonic Tsmple,
Bell yen vtti furniture to tha high
est bidder, five Frank F. Riteher a
ehaace. New and 2d aaad furaitnra
tot sale. 373 Court St. Phone 817.
OS. T. L. UTTER, DEN'TM, BOOKS
1413-1414 Bank of Commerca Bldg.
DBa B. E. WHITE AND B. W. WAL
TON Osteopathia physicians and
terra specialist. Graduates of Am
erieaa school of Osteopathy. Kirk
villa, Mo. Post graduate and spec
ialized ia neivous diseases at Los
Angeles College. Officns 605-508 Nat
Bask Bldg. Phona 85. Residence,
1620 Court. Phona 2S18. Dr. White
Bes. Phona 469.
THB HUUDIJSK IBU X B Jfoel ana oil-1
Hard parlor is now open nnder new
management and it renders you and
the general public a congenial place
to pass away a few leisure hours.
The basement; of Orcfcon Electrie
depot, corner of State and High.
Phone 628. Wm. Livock, prop. 8-6
1ALEM WATEB COMPANY-Office
eorner Commercial and Trade streets
Bills payable monthly in advance.
On Good Beat Estate Security
TH08. K. FORD
.e Ladd A Bush bank; Salem Oregon
("EDERAL FARM LOANS 8 per
eent 34 years time. A. C. Bohrnstedt,
401 Masonic Temple. Salem, Oregon
MONBY to loan on good real estate.
6 peroest government money to
loan. Liberty bonds bought and sold.
W. D. Smith, Salem Bank of Com
STOVES BEBUILT AND REPAIRED
50 years experience, Depot, National
and American fence.
Sizes 86 to 58 in high
Paints, Oil and varnish, ate '
Loganberry and hop hooka.
Salem Fence and Stove Works,
250 Court street, Phone 124-
2ND HAD GOODS.
We Buy, Sell And Exchange
All kinds of Furniture, Stoves,
Clothing, Dishes, Bicycles, Harness)
Tools and Junk. We buy what you
don't want end pay the highest
price in cash.
Peeves' New &2cd Hand
271 K. Commercial -Phone 734
J, A. Mad Fcrmtcre Store
Buys, sells and exchanges new and
2nd hand furniture. All kinds Pf
repair work, light grinding, filing,
and brazing a specialty. Bight
prices. 247 North Commercial St.
! PAECT SSOP I
Just epened in connee
tion with the
m 8 Coml. St.
WANTBD Peepla of fialem t knew
that we pay highest prices for mens
second hauil clothing, shoes, ee. Tis
Capital Exchange, 337 Court Bt.
Phese 493. M
Our Prices are Bight
W. M. ZANDER, Proprietor
1255 N. Summer Street, Salem, Oregon.
PEOPLES REPAIB ' SHOP Clocks,
furniture, umbrellas ana noe repair
ing. Saws filed, shoar tni knife
grinding, otc. Satisfaction guaranteed
261 Court street. B. Wooley. S-14
WHY NOT have that piece ef furni
ture or chairs that are broken, or
out of repair, made as good as ever,
at Shea's furniture repair shop. 352
Chemoketa street, between Commer
cial and Liberty. Phone 181. 3-17
The Journal Job Department
will print you anything in the
stationery line do it right and
save you real money.
127 North. High...
BABY QMS FOR SALE
544 Stato St. Phona 400
Headquarters for taby chicks. Leg
horn, Red, Rock and Minorca. Prices
C. N. Needham, Box 412, Salemr.
All kinds of autorepairing by an ex
perienced workman. All work guar
anteed to be satisfactory. Studebak
er repairs specialty. D. E. Moir,
263 N. Commercial.
BRM YOM TRADES
BRJNO your trades. I can match you.
C. W. Niemeyer, ftll branches of real
estate and Canada lands, 215-218
Masonic building. Phone 1000,
FINEST 600 acre stock ranch, well im
proved, 2 miles from town, 159
acres bottom in cultivation, $3009
worth, of equipment and stock goes,
on rock road, will take $3000 In
trado or bonds, easy terms on the
balance, $17,500. ;
182 acres best equipped dairy in tha
county, modern residence, all in cul
tivation, the best of soil, close ta
school and town, only $125 per acre.
248 acres, 30 in prunes, 180 cultivat
ed, 4 miles from Salem, finest of
fering on the market, $125 per acre.
10 acre aipple and peach orchard, ex
change for residence or acreage, $3,
500. 11 acres, all cultivated, fair build
ings, exchange for residence, $250(1
Best 40 acre prune orchard, produc
ed $5000 last year, modern improve
ments, drier, complete equipment, on
42 acres 16 in 6 year old prunes,
good buildings, 26 acres in grain, $7,-
42 acres, 20 acres and 8 year'oli
prunes, 20 acres 8 and 6 year old
prunes, 2 acres pears, oh good road,
5 miles of Salem, $12,000.
Have a number of large ranches t
exchange for smaller ranches Have
somo exceptional values in well lo
cated houses. Socolofsky, Bayne bldg
THROUGH our non commission sys
tem you can be put in touch nit
hundreds of people whe wish to sell
or exchange their properties, with
out obligating themselves to pay a
commission. Oregon Realty En
change Investment Company, Ins,
Rooms 405 and 403 Hubbard build
ing, Balem, Ore. ; tt
FOR SALEA modern cottage with
many uonvenionces, on a pavoa
street, near car line. Price $a500,
$500 cash, balance on easy term,
See Square Deal Realty Company.
Phone 470. , tf
FRUITLAND Nursery, Saltr 1, Eonte
box 13SE, phone ni fn. vte nave me
Boman strain grtfed Frauquet we
nuts end also a few more Italian
prune trees left. 8-U
NO OASH REQUIRED Good overcoat
shoes and suits, all kinds of music
al instruments, shotguns, riflos, heat
ing stoves, gas stoves, suit cases anil
1000 othor useful artiele to sell or
trade. What have yout The Capital
Exchange, 337 Court St. Phone 493.
8ALEM SCAVENGER Garbage an
refuse of all kinds removed on mown,
ly contracts at reasonable ratet.
Cess pools cleaned. Dead animals re
moved. Office phone, Main 224T,
Residence, Main 2272.
Umbrellas repaired and recovered;
razors, knives, scissors and lawn
mowers sharpened, saw filing, lock
smithing, kodaks, alarm cloeka, mua-
leal instruments and roller top desk
repaired. My specialty is repairing
everything In the light repair line.
Alvin B. Stewart, 373 Court street,
In Frank Richter's furniture store,
Salem, Or. Phones, shop 217, res.
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KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS MEET AT
McCornaek hall on every Tn-adaf
at 8. P. Andresen, C. C. P. J. Knnta
K. B. Sc S.
ROYAL NEIGHBORS OF AMEBIC!
"Oregon Grape Camp" No. 13f
meets every Thursday evening in
Derby building, Court and High St.
Mrs. Pearl Coursoy, 214 Court Et.
eracle; Mr. Kelisea Persons, roeorit
or 1415 N. 4th St. Phone 1438M.
MODERN WOODMEN OF AMERICA
Oregon Cedar Camp No. 6246 mett
every Thursday evening, 8 o'clock
In McCornaek hall, over Meyers
store. Ray A. Grant, V. C; F. A.
Turner, clerk. -
UNITED ARTISANS Capital- Awnw
bly No. 84 meets every Thursday at
8 p. m. ia Mnsonia Temple. Norma I
TerwUliger, M. A.; V A. Vibbert,
secretary, 840" Owear stmct.
When yon use Journal elassifi-
ed a2s get what yon want tham
to thoy work fast,