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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON. THURSDAY, MARCH 13, 1919.
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Minimum charge, 15a.
BUGOT for gale. Call 5SF1. 3-13
FOR SALE Good secondhand top
' buggy cheap 720 N. 15th. 3-13
BARGAIN 148 acre farm, 6 miles out
on paved road, $85 per acre. F. L.
Wood. . 3-13
FOB RENT Nice, clean, modern
housekeeping rooms, 4 in suite. Enquire-
248 State St. tf
WANTED Guitar, secondhand Phone
BOARD and room at 1120 Center.
Phone 1074. , 3-17
TfOU'NG fresh eow and .calf for sale.
673 Brooks Ave. 3-38
WANTED Married man for ranch,
with or without team of horses. Geo.
L. Boss. 3-15
FOB SALE 36 eres witlK small
fruits, eash or terms. See Owner at
1417 Market St., Salem. 3-17
"WANTED -A White Leghorn rooster,
phone 44F5. 3-15
(WANTED Salesman and collector,
with car. 337 State St. 3-15
FOB SALE Modern 6 room house,
two lots. Call 1025 N. Front. 3-13
FOB SALE Wheat hay, 10 ton,
phono 411 or 1593. F. E. Shafor. tf
WANTED To buy cattle and calves.
any kind. Phone 1576W. 3-15
FURNISHED housekeeping rooms. 597
N. Liberty St. Phone 2456W. tf
WANTED Cattle, calves, veal, any
kind. Phone 80F11. , 4-8
PIANIST and saleslady. F. W. Wool
worth Co. tf
BUGS cleaned 35c per rug Phone 18,
I. L. Buckner. 4-4
FOB SALE Good table potatoes,
$1.25 per sack Phone 86F22. tt
WAlNTED To rent, modern 5 or 6
room house. 31 care Journal. 3-11
yOS. SALE Cheap, good work team,
will trade for cattle. Phone 89F23,
Kt. 5, box 125 on Maeleay road, tf
A. E. HUTCHISON, 246 State Bt.,
Phone 311. Overland service and
general repair shop. 4-7
FOB 8AL0 Six room, 2 story house,
and garage on State street; for in
formation call Main 1185. . tf
BABBED Bock eggs for hatching,
from fine winter layers, 1.50 for 15
K H. Pickens, 305 S 14th St. tf
FOB SALE Baled wheat straw $9
at barn. Telephone 15F4 near Mid
dle Grove school. -3-22
UBBBTT BONDS If you must dis
pose of your bonds, we will buy
them. 314 Masonic bldg. tf
FOB TRADE A good, neat 4 room
bouse with garags to trade for auto.
Coll 1644 or 2022 in mornings, tf
FOB SAW x xl3 scaft governor,
engine and boiler complete, cheap.
Box 268, Turner, Or. , tf
WALL PAPEB 15 cents per double roll
upward. Bursa's Furniture Store, 179
WE PAY highest 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 suits, at halt
price. Tne Capital Exchange, 337
Court St. Phono 493. tf
JOURNAL WANT ADS PAY
FOB SALE Choice grain hay for sale
at the Farmers Feed barn, S. High
street. . tf
FURNISHED room for rent, suitable
for a bachelor. Inquire 1280 State
FOR SALE House and lot, 54x164,
1 blocks from State, 259 S 19th.
WANTED Work by . experienced , LOOSE oat straw for sale
truck driver. 75 care Journal. 3-17 Phone 86F2. '
FOB SALE Gasoline engine and
pump jack. Phone 53F21. 313
FOB SALE Good corn. Phone 92F11.
FOB RENT Furnished housekeeping
rooms. 1510 State St. 3-13
WANTED 3 or 4 men at Quaker nur
sery. Phone 2500J2. 3 19
FOB RENT House partly furnished.
Phone 1936M. 3-15
BXTOK ear for sale or trade.
WANTED email ipottatoee for fded. FOR SALE Young ehoats, about 60
Phone 8F5 evenings. 3-13 lbs. Phone 151. 3-19
FOB SALE Fresh cow and calf. 1595
N. Cottage, 3 14
FOB SALE 3500 Magoon strawberry
plants. J. 8. Rt. 8, box 46. 3-18
FOB SALE A choice White Rock
eockerel. Phone 2505W1. 3-18
I WISH to rent a piano. Address A B
C care Journal. . tf
WANTED Gentle driving horse, 1000
to 1300 lbs. Give price and descrip
tion. J. A. Callan, Rt. 9, box 27. 3 14
WANTED To rent or buy upright pi
ano. Must be cheap for cash. D P A
care Journal. 3-19
WAOTED Black walnuts for planting
purposes. Call 37iF14 noon or eve
FOR SAL13 8 year old gelding, sound
and true. No skate. Skyline Oreh-
. ards, Phone 36F11. 3-14
LOST 'Between Trade and Ferry on
Com'l SU an umbrella. Phone 2430 W
LOGANBEBBY plants for sale. J. P.
Aspinwall, Brooks, Or. Phone 35F
WANTED Experienced grafters at
Fruitland nursery. Phone 111F21, Sa
lem Bt. 6. tf
GROCERY stock and fixtures must be
sold within 30 days, easy terms, 1390
S. 12th St. tf
FOB SALE Double disc harrow near
ly new, 24 18-inch discs. 8. R. Bailer
Silverton, Or., Bt. 4. - 3-13
EXPERIENCED wan wishes position
as foreman' on prune ranch. Ladd
Bush reference. Phone 664. tf
WANTED A woman or girl for gen
, eral house work. Phone 1296 or ap
ply mornings 890 Oak St. tf
FOR RENT Modern furnished house
keeping apartments in 1, 2, 3t and 4
room suites, Miller apartments, 633
Ferry Bt 3-13
FOR SALE .White Leghorn and Ore
gon setting eggs 91 per sotting. Ba
by ehioks $10 per hundred 768 S.
13th St. . . 4-1
IMPROVED farm, 235 acres mile
from Marion, Or., 75 in fail grain,
80 in pasture, 80 in timber; price
75 per acre: tonus. Henry Fennel.
WE HAVE on hand a few tons of mill
run for sale, at a bargain Willam
ette Valley Transfer Co., 171 Bouth
, High St. Phone 1400. tf
229 State Street
If you want to buy or sell
car come and see me.
Detroit car, good condition, ' ex
change for Salem lots.
Ford 1 ton truck, $600
Maxwell 5 pass, to trade for house
1917 Ford good as new, all new
tires, a good buy.
Dodge, big bargain, $650.
Overland, good condition, $150
Elgin 6, will consider property in
Maxwell roadster $275
Paigo touring car, big bargain
Ford bargain, $350
List your property trade with mo.
We Buy and Sell at the Market
! , ;;;; ; Tax Exempt
INVESTMBITS OF MERIT 0I1LY
HAWKINS AND ROBERTS
314 Masonic Temple
FOR SALE 8 room house on good
street. Inquire at 1305 Highland
FOR SALE 1 Samson tractor and 1
ton truck, condition good. Phone 96
FOR SALE Good loganberry wire.
Capital Junk Co., 271 Chemeketa.
Phone 398. - tt
FOR SALE 9 White Wyandotte pul
lets, just starting to lay. 642 N. Lib
WANTED-Experienced eook at Wil
lamette sanatorium. Apply 754 Fer
ry . 3-14
FOB SALE 4 room house and 2 lots,
4 blocks from S. P. depot; would
consider 6 room bungalow on Lib
erty St. Call at 1595 S. Lee St. 3-17
WHITB Leghorn hatching eggs $5 per
' hundred, shipping orders $6; baby
Chicks $15 and $20. W. R. Baker, Rt.
6, Salem. Phone 68F2. e-13
FOR SALE Chevrolet 3 pa"- csr.
mechanical condition guaranteed, 4
new tires, 2 extras spot light, chains
eto, $675. P. W. Byrd, phone 1925. tf
WHY not get the. good, old honest
United States citizen to cry your
sales, he only charges 2 per cent.
Col. W. F. Wright. Turner, Or., or
phone 734. ,.; . , ., 3-17
TO TBADE For Salem home, modern
5 room bungalow or lot in Mt. Ta
bor addition, Portland; also have
timber claim in southera Oregon Ad
dress T. F. Mesch, 382 Glenn Ave.,
Portland, Or. 8-17
FOB SALE Chevrolet 5 pass, ear, me
chanical condition guaranteed, 4 new
tires, 3 extras, spot light, chains etc.
$675. P. W. Byrd, phone 1925. tf
FOB SALE or trade, 640 acres of graz
ing land, with water; for acreage
near Salem. Address M-1990 er Jour
FOB SALE Young eow, 1200 lb horse,
314 inch wagon, set douDie Harness,
single harness, buggy and light wa
gon. 1395 N. Liberty St. 3-15
FOB SALE 6 acres well improved,
iVj acres close in. I buy and sell
all kinds of real estate. 319 Hubbard
NORTHWESTERN Nursery, Rt. 6.
Fruit trees, roses and shrubs. Special
- low prices on certain lines. Phone
111F3. : ' tf
ONION seed for sale, selected Oregon
Yellow Globe Danvers, guaranteed,
$2.25 per pound. J. I. Bliven, Gervaia
Rt. 3. Phone 48F11. 3-20
FOR SALE Clover hay $25 per ton;
clover seed 50c er lb; apples $1.75
ner 'bushel. Et. 6, box 51, Phone 23
6 ROOM house with bath, electric
lights, 2 lots, 16 fruit trees, grapes,
raspberries, barn and chicken house.
Bargain $875. Terms. 1976 Fairmount
FOR SALE By owner, modern seven
room bungalow, $2750, beautiful,
convenient, fine location, and a bar
gain at 1710 Court: If interested
write to A. E. Mitchell, Rt. 9, box
FOB SALE A lot of large Belgian
does with young, from four to eight
each. Sickness requires all my time;
also twenty five soon ready to
market. Party 'buying lot can have
use of fine rabbitry 6 month free.
629 N. Winter. Phone 1532J. hone
calls after 5 p. m. tf
A fine 5 room bungalow. Two good
lots a daisy, on Capitol street for
A 7 room bungalow on Fairmount
venue at $3500, ha, good new gar
ge. A large brick building on North Lib
erty street for sale or rent, at a bar
gain. A dandy 6 room house on North 24th
St. An extreme bargain. Make me
en offer. - 8
A large house on Summer St, elose
to state capital. What will yon give
A niee 6 room bungalow on Liberty
St at $1600.
A good 7 room fconse, all in fins con
dition and quite modern, only one
block from good school. $1500.
.If you are looking for bargains see
me at once. G. W. LafSar insurants
man, 405-406 Hubbard bldg. tf
WiANTED 60,008 straw
berry plnnts in exchange for 3-4-ton
truck. Phone 1138J. 3-14
FOR SALE Large tent and fly, 26
by 18 feet, $26 price. Phone 70F31.
WANTED To buy some goats and
sheep. B Andersen, Jefferson Rt. 1,
box 72. 3-14
WE HAVE buyers for city end coun
try property. Bring us your listings.
J E. Scott, 124 S. Liberty. . 3-13
40 ACRES, part in cultivation, fair im
provements $1800. Snap. See J. E.
Scott, 124 S. liberty. 3-14
FOB SALE 6 room modern house,
good as new. block to car Jno
and paved street. Price $1500, easy
terms. Call 180 N. 23d St. 3-18
WANTED iFord 5 pass., give particu
lars as to condition and price and
model in first letter. F-2 care Jour
FOR SALE At 1260 JeffeTaon St. a
nice little house and lot for $325;
can give terms; act quick, for this
is a bargain. Z TP care Journal, tf
LOST On Salcm-Silverton road Mon
day afternoon, one steel rim and tire
for steel wheel for Ford car. Phone
27F18 or address F. M. Albaugh,
Maclcay, Ore. 3 15
BIG BARGAIN Good young team, wt.
2400, price $165; also extra fine all
, purpose horse, weight 1150. gentle for
women or children, price $65. Said
horses guaranteed; sound by .respon
sible party; whatsis known as ,W.
L. Skipton barn, 448 Ferry St. 3-15
IT PAYS It will pay you to own a
pair or trio of those New Zealand
Reds, pedigreed. Beauties, King Ore
gon sold in Portland last week for
$100. Cherry City Babbitry, 890 Oak
See Warren Hunt.! ' 3-18
FOB SALE 4 acres well improved
onion land, new 6 room bungalow,
new onion house,, wood house, good
i outfbuildings, all kinds of berries,
good school; this land is just outside
city limits, side walk all the way.
For quick 'sale will sell for $.1000;
for full information write T. J. Dunn
Hubbard, OT.r owner. 3-14
FOR SALE 67 acre prune ranch, 40
acres Italian prunes, is acres oi ap
ples, cherries and walnuts, springs,
3 acres of timber, good, house and
barn, $10,000. $5000 cash, balance
terms 6 per cent interest. W. H.
Grabenhorst & Co., 275 State St. 3 13
FOR SALE 5 room house on paved
street, lot 50x100, price $800. 5 room
house on paved street, lot 40x147,
price $1300. fl room modern house, 2
lots, fruit and berries, $4000. 6 room
modern house, garage, paved street,
$5800. 8 room modern house, lot 50x
100, $1600.' 10 room modern house,
close in, $4250. 6 room modern house,
Yew Park, $1350. W. H. Grabenhorst
& Co., 275 State St. 3-13
I STATE HOUSE NEWS !
Another group of legal lights has
been turned upon the dark spots oi Ore
gon by the supreme court. Six attor
neys, who have been practicing under
temporary certificates during tho past
year, were admitted to the bar yester
day. The group consists oi a. v.
Glanville, of Hood River; W. C. Van
Emmon of Klnmnth Falls; W. H. Hal
lam, George F. Felts, Henry M. Isaacs
and Jas. P. Stapleton, all of Portland.
2 New Shipments We Are Happy lo Receive
Cadillac Wash Dresses for Girls
Attractively dressed children should be as
frequently seen as attractively dressed womenn.
This is one of the "immatchable" models of
the famous ''Cadillac Wash Dresses.". Made up in
Ginghams, Organdies and
Cut in that charming style that makes this
line distinctive. None superior in wearing qual
ities. Ages 6 to 14 years. Priced $2.95 to $8.59
, (See display in Court Street Window)
A C JiffiL Styfa,
The greatest line of Boys' Clothing in
That's a big claim but it's true AB
SOLUTELY. This line is carried by the most reliable
stores in America. This new shipment puts
our Bloys Clothing department in a position
to care for the want of every customer.
Only 2 Wlme
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See our saleslady at the pattern counter, or
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The Publishers' Special Representative
You can always do better at
d W. J. Hoffmann, both of Port-whom more than 200 enrolled during
' The state highway commission will
in the near future be settled in one of
the finest suites of offices in the Capi
tol building. A group of workmen are
rapidly completing the remodelling of
the entire south wing on the third floor
which will give a large number of com
modious offices to this department.
The patriotic lessons taught in the
public schools of Klamath Falls are hav
ing a permanent effect, as shown by a
report from the city superintendent of
that place, R. H. Dunbar, to the state
mirmrintendent of public instruction.
Every grade from the first to the 8th
inclusive, of each of the schools of
Klamath Palls has made a liberal sub
scription to the Armenian Belief fund.
This report showj ,only the contribu
tions of the first-eight grades, as the
high school is under county manage
ment, being a central high school for
the entire county and not nnder Mr.
Dunbar's jurisdietib... Total trib-
nted by pnpils and teachers, f lf.w.1.
The governor todav appointed on the j
finance committee of the NorthwcrV
Tourist Association, Phil. Metschan, Jr,
The hearing which was to htve been
held yesterday before Commissioner
Wells of the insurance department re
garding the insurance of vessels, which
was to have been presented by Port
land parties, was postponed for one
week on account of lack of direct evi
Engoneer John Dubuis, of Grants
Pass, wt, in conference at the state
engineer's office this morning with re
gard to the work on the Rogue River
irrigation project. He reports satis
factory progress on that work.
Summary Of Ubrarian's
Report, February, 1919
February has been a busy month in
the library; only in j)16 has there been
a larger circulation in
The three lectures of the month have
had a total attendance of 500. Though
the numbers have been miscellaneous
in subject, each has been a success in
offering to the people of Salem an in
teresting hour and an opportunity for
a broader outlook on subjects of com
mon interest. During the month of
March, two lectures on France are to
be given. Dr. Doney spoke on tho Spir
it and life of France, on March 12 and
Dr. Franklin, aim of Willamette, has
the subject " What is a Frenchman"
scheduled for March 26.
Latest Relief Drive
Going Very Slow
deprived them of all means of snppoit
and food, and the military nuthoritii"
of their deliverers have been unable t
cope with tho situation which now
threatens hundreds of thousands of
Christians with starvation,' if relief is
not extended within the next few
weeks. The local committee is urged
to bond every effort to concludo it
campaign within the next few days)
that such funds as are available here
may be dispatched at onco te the point
of greaatest need.
The bad weather oi t"" te
weeks has greatly impeded the progress
of County Chairman Roy R. Hewitt
end City Manager H. N. Aldrich and
their corps of workers in raising tne
i i'ii : . a : .1 .il...
r-n ' two of the bbrary has increased . V ... i v i. k
with the renewal of . story hours. 1" " !? llZ
tuc r nun u j. imo .uiaj v wi-iv-
. .. iv'v lias wib uccti 1 their corps of workers in ra
irculation in a February , 0, , Mi a Mario
have been ned, of wh,h ; th f of the (tgrvi
children's books. The chil- . , ,. , .
The additions of the month brings
i . a i.- .i. i pacious peoples during tho war. . TL
HI" HM-Wl mill...-! Ul .JWBB .11 11115 in.ror j" . i n' .
ry to 14,353. There is now a registra-1 arD1 ot tho alhc won for tllem tern
tion of patrons numbering 8100, of Porary surcease from death by the
sword and outrage, but their oppressors
When yon use Journal classifi
ed ads get what yon want them
to they work fast.