Daily capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1903-1919, March 20, 1919, Page PAGE SEVEN, Image 7

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Minimum charge, 15c. .
DISCHARGED soldier -ant, work by
boor. Myrtle hotel, room 15. 3-20
ffOR RENT Sleeping room at 152 S.
Church. 3-26
5POR a 1st class carpenter phone 1445
W. 3-26
MOTORCYCLE for sale. Phone 8F23
evenings. tf
LOGANBERRY tips and strawberry
plants. Phone 10SF4. 3-22
Phona 111F3.
YOUNG fresh cow and ealf for sale.
875 Brooks Ave. 3-36
FOR SALE Wheat hay, 10 ton.
phono 411 or 1503. F. E. Shafer. tf
WANTED Cattle, calves, veal,
kind. Phone 80F11.
BUGS cleaned 35c per rug Phone 16.
L. L. Buckner. 4-4
IARTY who took purple silk umbrella
from "Waller's store, Saturday, plonse
return it to same place. 3 21
BARGAIN Choice 10 acre tract, fine
berry land, close in, paved road. F.
L. Wood, Bayne bldg. 3-22
COMPETENT girl wishes work after
school hourg and on Saturdays. Ad
dress C G care Journal 3-21
FOR SALB Good loganberry wire.
Capital Junk Co., 271 Chomeketa.
Phone 398. tt
WANTED T rent or buy upright pi
ano. Must ba cheap for cash. 36 P A
care Journal.' 311)
OR SALE Cheap, good work team,
will trade for cattle. Phone 89F23,
Rt. 5, box 125 on Macleay rood, tf
A. E. HUTCHISON, 248, State t St.,
Phone 311. Overland " service '""and
general ropair shop. 4-7
FOB SALE Six room, 2 story house,
and garage on State street; for in
formation call Main 1185. tf
WANTED Modern furnished house
by responsible couple. 773 care Jour
nal. 3-19
STRAYED or stolen, one yellow cow
with dark stripes, halter and ennin
2 feet long, Phone 707. : 3-20
FOR 8 ALE Baled wheat straw $9
at barn. Telephone 15F4 near Mid
dle Grove school. 3-22
LIBERTY BONDS If you must dis
pose of your bonds, we will buy
them. 811 Masonic bldg. tf
FOB TRADE A good, neat 4 room
house with garage to trade for auto.
Coll 1644 or 2022 in mornings. tf
FOB SALt 1 w-13 snaft governor,
engine and boiler complete, cheap.
Box 268, Turner, Or. tf
WTALL PAPER 15 cents per double roll
npward. Huron's Furniture Store, 179
Commercial. tf
LOST -Brown bill book eontaininf tie
and tiniber inspectors pass and $15.
Return to this office and liberal re-
. ward. 3-18
FOR SALE 67 acre pruno ranch, 13
acres Italian prune tract Vi bearing,
27 acres 3 and 5 year old, some cher
ries, walnuts ani apples, good farm
house, two barns, 9 miles south of
Salem. Price $10,000. W. H. Grabon
aorst & Co., 275 State St. 3-21
FOR EXCHANGE iFine home in Port
land, clear of incumbrance, for acre,
age near Salem. Five acres well im
proved, close in, for city property.
See H. E. Bolingcr, 328 Hubbard
Mdg. tf
Maxwell touring car $330
Maxwell touring car $495
7 pass. Mitchell six, excellent
condition $995
Studobker roadster, first class
shape $650
Oscar B. Gingrich Motor and Tire
Co., 371 Court 8t. 3-22
t -itt -irvrr -rt tv ffinrtfifi HP MTTT.TTPT.E ON
314 Masonic Bldg.
FOR REN'T-Furrished Weeping
m ia. mgn, pnoae 1121 3 -20
Se.POR EENT 7 room house, furnished
or unfurnished. Phone 1499M. 3 ?4
WILL care for children at my home.
Inquire at 1140 K. Front St. J-25
10O-CHTCK Cyphers brooder for sale,
. Phone 72F4. 3.20
WANTED All kinds of chickens. Will
pay top price. Phone 1339J. tf
FRESH oow and calf for sale, large
neavy milker. Phone 84F4. 3-20
BCSENiESS college girl wants to work
xor room and !oard. Phone 32F13.
FOR SALE Upright Grand piano,
slightly used, almost new. A R care
Journal office. 3-21
FOR SALE Choiee grain hay for sale
at me 1 armers ieed barn, B. High
FOR SALE House and lot, 54x164,
i diock trom state, 259 8 19th
3 27
LOGANBERRY plants for sale. J. P.
Aspinwall, Brooks, Or. Phone 35F
12. tf
w AJNTED Experienced grafters at
Fruitland nursory. Phone 111F21, Sa
lem Kt 6. tf
WE PAY highest cash price for eggs,
pork, veal and poultry. Willamette
Transfer Co., 171 S. High St. Phone
1400. tf
EXPERIENCED mian wishes- position
as foreman on prune ranch. Ladd A
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 Good house, 445 Rich
mond Ave., front of Richmond
school. 3-26
WAITED (Loganberry trainers; trans
portation furnisned. Phone Baits. Dr.
Miles ranch. 3-22
FOR SALE Or trade, newly painted
1I6 Maxwell; can ibe seen at 141
Liberty until 5 o'clock, or 1398 Fer
ry St. . . .., 3-22
WANTED To, rent before .April. 1st
Dy responstoie, permanent tennant, a
6 or 7 room modern house in good lo
cation. Furnished or unfurnished.
Address J R L care Journal. 3-21
SHEA. REPAIRS all kinds of furni
ture if (broken or out of repair; up
holster repairs made. Shop 352 Che
meketa St. between Commercial and
Liberty. , 4-20
ED- 'Must understand silks and dross
gaodg as well as ladies furnishing
goods. References required. Address
M-37 care Journal. 3-22
FOft SALE White Leghorn and Ore
gon setting eggs $1 per setting. Ba
by chicks $10 per hundred 768 8.
13th St. 4-1
FOR SALE Hatching eggs Whito Leg
horns, heavy layers. $b per 100, $1
per setting of 15. Fairview Poultry
Farm, Salem, Or., Rt. 7 box 48. 3-24
FOR SALE At 1260 Jefferson St. a
nice little house and lot for $325;
can give terms; act quick, for this
ig a bargain. Z Tf care Journal, tf
FOR SALE S. C. White Leghorn
hatching eggs. Selected stock' Martin
and Tom Barron males. Records of
200 and better. Phone 101F12. d-21
WE HAVE on hand a few tons of mill
run for salo, at a "bargain Willam
ette Valley Transfer Co., 171 South
High St. Phone 1400. tf
229 State Street
If you want to buy or sell a
oar come and see me.
Maxwell 5 pass, to apply as pay
ment on modern bungalow
' 1918 Elgin Six, bargain, $1085
Detroit car, good condition, ex
change for Balom lots.
Ford 1 ton truck, $600
1917 Ford good as new, all new
tires, a good buy.
Overland, good condition, $150
1917 Maxwell 5 pass, $425
Maxwell roadster $275
' List your property trade with me.
Phone 362
" Salem, Ore. 1
EXPERIENCED maid apply at owe,
Hotel Marion. - - 3:20
FOB SALE 1918 Ford with stock ab
sorbers, in good mechanical condi
tion. 246 State St. 3 21
FOR SALE Brown Leghorn eoeker
els, Paul Sholey strain. Phone 105
F16. 322
FOR SALE 2714 acres of tine timber,
located does to Chemawa. W. H.
GrabenhoTst ft Co., 275 Stats St. 3-20
FOB SALE City and farm property
by owner. Enquire at 2345 Brooks
ave, Salem. H. A. Salisbury. 3 26
WANTED Woman to work, 3 or
hours forenoons. Apply Eldridge ho
tel. 3 21
WANTED Folding baby buggy, must
bo in good condition. Phone 76F6.
3 22
JOIK KjMT viose in, a acres, running
water. Call at 360 Miller St, or
Phone evenings 384M. 3-21
WANTED Second hand drag saw.
Call at 404 S. 16th St. or phono 741
B. 3 21
FOR SALE 6 room house and lot,
$1000, call on my agent, Wm. Flem
ing, 341 State St. j-26
FOR SALE Good, 5 room house, eheap
if taken this week. 45 care Journal.
FLEMISH does $1.50 and $2, good
stock; also- White Leghorn eggs, $1
per 15. Rt. 2, box 81. 3-22
FOR SALE Good 5 room house, large
lot. on' paved street, one block from
car'line. Good buy, $1200. See owner
665 N. 16th, Salem. 3-24
GOOD rooming house to lease, 30 rooms
partly furnished, will lease ery reas
onable. Inquire 506 N. Com! or
. phone 1549M. 3-24
NORTHWESTERH 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, gsaranteed,
$2.25 per pound. J. I. Bliven, Gervais
Rt. 3. Phone 48F11. 3-20
FOR SALE Clover hay $25 per ton;
elover seed 50e -er lb; apples $1.75
ner bushel. Bt. 6, box 51, Pheae 23
F21. tf
20 ACRES fine bottom land, adjacent
te Jefferson, Or. for trade for good
residence in Salem. Phone 1902M.
1 .-.' r : 3-22
OREGON strawberry plants 50c per
hundred, $3.50 per thousand while
they last. Why pay more. Chas. Hart,
Jefferson, Or. - - 4-1
ALL AROUND butcher, sausage mak
er and meat cutter wants work in
- Salem about April 1st, gilt edge ref
erence. Address B-17 care Journal.
. .. 3-22
FOR SALE 1200 lb. horse, perfectly
sound, 314 inch wagon, almost new,
double and singlo harness; Gold Coin
seed potatoes. 1395 N. Libe.ty St.
FOR SALE Or trade, A-l good farm,
180 acres, well improved, running
water; will take good Salem proper
ty in part. Address 950 8. 12th St.
BARGAIN 'Dairy farm, six miles out
on ipaved road, part bottom land, no
hills, few cows with the place at $85
per acre. Room 8, Bayne building.
WANTED 10 men to cut eord wood
and do farm work, good wajjes, houso
for family, board, tools furnished, do
not write, come at once. Telephone
JeffeTson 3(lp'22. W. J. Trunulge,
Talbot, O. E. carline. 3-24
IT pays me and it will pay you also to
raise rabbits, I have sold fil -orfb
this month and have several good
bargains loft from 50c to $15. Phone
1296 or ica.Il 890 Oak St. Warren
Hunt. - 3-20
A MAN of experience and resident of
Salem, would liko position in Salem
erf fioe or other light work. Referenc
es furnished. Salem address 702 N.
14th St. M E C 3-2-
FOR SALE By owner, 5 acre tract,
part plowed, one fourth good timber,
small house, near end of car line,
school and store, $1200 if taken soon
terms. Jos. H. Arensmeier, Rt. 3K Sa
lem. . 3-20
FOR SALE Small tracts of good land
improved and unimproved near Sa
lem at a reasonable price on easy
payment plan; will give purchas
er work to help pay for same. Jet
some land boforc the price gets so
high you CAnnot reach it. John H.
Scott, 404 Hubbard. tf
A fine 5 room bungalow. Two good
lots a daisy, en Capital street for
A 7 room bungalow on Fairmount
venue at $3500, has Sd Dtm Sa,
A large brick building on forth Lib
erty street for sale or rent, at a bar
gain. . A dandy 6 room house onorth 24th
St. An extreme bargain. Make me
cn offer. 8
A large house on Summer St, close
to stato capital. What will yon give
A nice 6 room bungalow on Liberty
St at $16,00.
A good 7 room house, all in fine con
dition and quite modern, only one
block from good school. $1500. .
If yon are looking for bargains see.
me at once. G. W. Laflar, insurance
man, 405-406 Hubbard bldg. tf
FOR SALE 15 acres two miles out,
close to O. E. station. A bargain at
$1300. C. A. Baker, Rt. 8. . 3-22
FOR SALE or trade covered peach or
loganberry wagon, good as new, at
price. Phone 5F3. .3 21
LOST un day afternoon, lady's grey
sued glove. Finder please phone or
leave at Journal office. 3-22
WANTED To rent or buy upright pi
ano, must be cheap for cash. D P A
care Journal. 3-25
WHIT Leghorn baby chickg 18c each
whik they last. W. R. Baker, Phone
68F 3.20
FOR SALE One Ford auto, 1st class,
cheap. Can be seen at Capitol Gar
age, &. J. Hcrschbach. 3-19
FOR SALE 2 young horses at Farm
ers Feed Barn (no skates). Geo.
Swede. 3-21
'CENTER Stredt Gara-e iust on;
1 - .
a general repair shop; cars washed
and polished. 245 Center St. Phone
927, J. W. Hunt, prop. 4-15
RIVER BOTTOM farm to lease, about
160 aicrtst, 3 miles from Salem,
good improvements. Win. H. Trindle,
Bank of Com. bldg. 3-22
FOR SALE Petaluma 200-cgg incuba
tor and two 'brooders, for $15. Mrs.
L. C. Denison, 'Independence, Rt. 1.
FOR SALE Male goat, breed, icross
oetwecn Tosgcnburg and Saanon, or
trade for white Toggcnburg male.
Inquire first house north West Sa
lem school houso 3-20
FOR SALE 10 acres, new house,
prune orchard, rock road, good loca
tion, cheap. Write B. M. Woods, 455
Court St., or call first houso north
West Salem school house. 3-20
IF you desire to purchase a modern
residence or small tract on easy
terms, or a1 farm or prune orchard,
see John H. Scott's large list at 404
Hubbard bldg. . J tf
FOR SALE 80 acre of good land, 60
acres in cultivation, 50 in crop, 4
good work horses, 7 cows, 6 young
cattle, 20 hogs, all farm tools and
machinery, located in German Cath
olic community, for $6500. $4000
cash. Owner must change climate.
This is certainly a fine bargain.
John H. Scott, 404 Huhbard.
FOB SALE 480 A in Jefferson coun
ty, 150 acres in crop, 40 head Dur
ham cows, increase about 20 calves,
1 registered Durham bull, good house
' barn partly finisfte8,wfth lumber to
finish on place; some timber, gome
pasture and all tillable land under
Suttle lake irrigation project. A snap
at $8000. Address M,J S care Jour
nal, tf
FARM FOR SALE TO acre all bot
tom land, 45 acres in cultivation,
balance in pasture, all lovel, adjoins
limits of town of 1000. Good eight
room house, large barn with stanch
ions for 25 head of cows. Stalls for
six head of horses and toom for hay
for same. 200 ton alio. Place- well
fonced. Plenty of outbuildings, in
cluding hog houses, chickon houses,
granary, etc.. Good family orchard.
O110 mile to high wJliooI ami college,
k half mjlo to public school; Electric
, lights, city wtiter. Wilr accept good
Salem residence property up to $.V
500 as first payment. Long time on
balance at 6 per cent interest. RenK
onablei discount for cash. Phono 1962,
or gee me at 1059 Center street, Sa
lem. 3-21
Notice Ss hereby given that I have
impounded the following described
dogs in compliance with ordinance No.
1404, towit: One male cur, mouse
white neck, wcijgt.t 35 pounds; one
male bpit,( weigiit 1U pounds; one
malo fox terrier, brown head, weight
18 pounds; one male fox terrier, brown
spots ,wcight 15 pounds; one male Ir
ish setter, red, oo pounds; one romalo
shopherd, dark, weight 50 pounds; one
male' fox terrier, black and brown spot
led, weight 20 pounds; one feinalo fox
terrier, brown spots, 10 pounds. The
above described dogs will be killed if
not redeemed by owners, on or before
Mareh 22d, 1919, as provided in said
W. S. LOW,
' Street Commissioner.
March 17, 1919. 3 21
Walk into your home some
spring afternoon; as .though
you wore a stranger.. Docs your
home possess all the charm and
beauty that you think it
should. If not, make a list of
the old furniture you can get
along without and send it to
Frank F. Richtcr'g furniture
store and either trade it for
new or sell for cash.
Just received shipment of
Toledo Bangcs. Trade your old
stove for a new one.
Frank F. Richie Furniture
Store, 373 Court St, Phone 217.
F. W. Nelson, of Portland, is In the
city in the interest of a publication
known as "Our Boys" published for
the benefit of the returned soldiers and
sailors. Among other features It ear
rics an employment bnreau department'
through which it aims to put the boys
in touch with temporary employment.
A meeting of the District Council of
the Methodist church was held in this
city yesterday for the purpose of dis
cussing plana for the coming Centenary
drive. The group of ministers who at
tended were the guests of Bcv. B
Avison Kt a luncheon at the Spa.
Arrangements Are Practically
.Complete For University
Arrangements for the Freshman Gleo,
to bo held in the armory tomorrow even
ing, have been practically completed.
The songs have been diligently re-j
hearsed until they have reuched a fine,
stato of finish and will Vave um operatic'
ring to them. Those who heard the re-1
cital of originality last year will lookj
to this event with pleasant anticipation, j
realizing that a big array of genms has
been focussed upon these song produc
tions. As there is no admission feo
there should be a huge audience to meet
the young people. Work was begun this ,
morning on the decorating of the arm
ory so as t0 Rive an effective setting
to the event, which, according to Mr.n- .
agcr Paul Sterling and his colleagues
is to be the best ever. There will be,
tho keenest interest in the rivalry nu
tween the classes. Last year tho Glee,
which was held before a great audicnc
in the armory, was won by the juniojs,
but there was only a margin of 8 points j
between then and the freshmen, who:
took second place. j
The iudees this year are: Music, Prof.
Richards, Mrs. A. A. Schramm and Mr.
Churchill. Judges on words: Mrs. Por-;
tcr, Mrs. Von Eschcn and Miss Cox.
Judges on rendition, Mr. A. A. Schramm
Rev. H. N. Aldrich and Mr. Clark.
The program eommitto under tha
leadership of Kenneth Power has the
following already prepared. It Is as fol
lows: !
Violin Bolo. Miss Leila Ruby
Senior fiong "Cardinal and Gold" i
Words by Comer Taskcr. j
Musie b Venita McKinney.
Junior Song .
Words by Merle Ohling. I
Easter Apparel
Daring Novelties
in our
New Models
Our buyers have selected with judgment of 'xper
ience and capability the new COATS, SUT.TS,
These garments, presented for your selection,
emphasize the supremacy of this store 'as the
The beautify and charming garments are f asm n
ed from fabrics of exquisite beauty and distinctive
ndividuality. '' f " " ; . , .
You can always do better at
Music by Freda Campbell.
Reading........... Mixs Genevieve Hcny
Sophomore Song ' ' Wilamel lo,
Hore's to Too"
Words by Evelyn Dcl.ong.
Freshman Bong "Hail, Willamette"
Words, by Yoreli lUntchford.
Music by Mubcl Stanford.
Cello Solo Prof. John R. Sites
Presentation of Banner
Prof. Jnnies T. Mathews. , ,
"Y5" Team Celebrates
Victories Of Season
Gathered round the banquet board at
tho Y. M. C, A. last evening, tha mem
bers of tho "T-8" basketball team cele
brated a clean victorious season which
ended lately when tho local team wal
loped the Puling Boys' club on tho local
gym floor. Under the ablo toastnmstcr
ship of Herbert Socolofsky, tho cnpwtin
of tho team, speeches were inducted
from thoso present much to tho hilarity
of those present. Lieutenant Henry
Kichter", secretary of the local Y. M. O.
A., and ilnroll L. Cook, scout executive
and coach of the team, were yrctent
and congratulated the team on their
success and exprossed the hope that this
season would not sco tho last of the or
ganization. Thoso attending the smnptous feast
lrf evening were ns fnll;iw: Herbert
Salem Auction Co.
Handles all kinds of rales, any where in the
J 1 liiM
Hocolofsky, captain; James . Putnam
manager; Julian Burroughs, Harold
Sorulofsky, Herbert Bent, Mabel Updo
gruff, Loa Briggs, Goldio Wnwti, mn.
lliclitor, Mr. Rirhtcr and Harold Cook.
A meeting was held today noon al
tho Marion hotel of members of ,th
Commercial club who havo been nr
pointed to put on the drive for member
ships in the ft a to Chamber of Com
merce. Addresses were made by F. T.
Schmidt, goneral manager of tho Pheaw
ant Northwest Products Co., Charles R,
Archord, managor of the Arcuord Imple
ment Co., D. D. Socolofsky, real estats
dealer, and other, all in favor of sup
porting tho stato Chamber of Commerce.
Stop Itching Skin
There i3 one safe, dependable treat
merit that relieves itching torture and
skin irritation almost instantly and
. that cleanses and soothes the skin.
Ask anydruggist for a 35cor $1 bottle
of Zemo and apply it a3 directed. Soon
you will find that irritations, pimples,
U.ickhead s, eczema,blotches, ringworm
and similar skin troubles will disappear.
A little Zemo, the penetrating, satis
fying liquid, is all that is needed, for i'.
iwnibhes most skin eruptions, makes
V akin toft, smooth and healthy.
:hB. W. Ro Co, Cleveland.'"
157 Com'ISt., Salem, Ore,