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TOE DAILY CAPITAL' JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON. THURSDAY. MARCH 27. 1'Ao.
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Minimum eh&rge,' 15c.
WANTHrnished house by April
MOTORCYCLE for eale. Phone 8F23
BUGS eleaned 35o per rug Phone 16.
xi. u. sucaner. 4 4
WANTED All kinds of chickens. WUl
pay top priee. Phone 1339J. tf
FOR SALE House and lot, 5-1x164,
M'i blocks from State, 259 8 19th.
LOGANBERRY plants for (ale. J. P.
Aapinwall, Brooks, Or. Phone 35"
WANTED Experienced grafters at
Fruitland nursery. Phone 111F21, Sa
lem Kt. 6, tf
FOR SALE 6 room house and lot,
$1000, call on my agent, Wm. Flem
ing, 341 Slate St. tf
FOR SALE Good loganberry wire.
Capital Junk Co., 271 Cheiucketa.
Phone 398. tt
A. E. HUTCHISON, 248 State St.,
Phone 311. Overland service and
general repair shop. 4-7
FOB TRADE A good, neat 4 room
house with garage to trade for auto.
Coll 1644 or 2022 in morning, tf
WALL PAPER 15 cent! per double roU
upward. Buren '1 Furniture Store, 179
WB PAT highest cash price for eggs,
, , pork, veal and poultry. Willamette
Transfer Co, 171 S. High 8t. Phone
OREGON strawberry plants EOo per
hundred, $3.50 per thousand while
, they last. Why pay more. Wins. Hart,
Jefferson, Or. 4-1
FOR SALE At 1260 Jefferson St. a
nice little house and lot for $325;
can give terms; act quick, for this
is a bargain. Z V P care Journal, tf
WE HAVE On hand a few tons of mill
run for salo, at a targuin Willam
, ette Valley Transfer Co., 171 South
High St. Phone 1400, tf
CENTER Street Garage just opening
a general repair shop; cars washed
and polished. 245 Center St. Phone
927, J. W. Hunt, prop. 4-13
FOR BALE 5 room house, out build
ings, 2 lots, fruit . trees, berries;
Flemish and Belgian rabbits. See R.
L. Glasgow, 933 N. 22d St. 3-27
ONION seed for sale, selected Oregon
Yellow Globe Danverg, guaranteed,
$2.25 per lb. J. I. Bliven, Gcrvais,
Rt. 3. phone 48F11. 3-28
NORTHWESTERN Nursery, Rt. 6.
Fruit trees, roses and shrubs. Special
low prices on certain lines. Phone
FOR SALE Clover hay $25 per ton;
clover seed 50e jer lb; apples $1.75
ncr bushel Rt. 6, box 51, Phene 23
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FOB SALE White Leghorn and Ore
gon setting eggs $1 per sotting. Ba
by chicks $10 per hundred 768 8.
13th St. 4-1
HIGH school girl can have nice home
in exchange or help; outsida of
- school hours. Call at 391 N. Cot
SALEM AUTO EXCHANGE
CAMPBELL'S AUTO EXCHANGE
229 State Street
If you want to buy or sell a
ear come and see me.
1917 Ford good as new, all new
tires, a good buy.
1917 Maxwell 5 pass, $423
Maxwell delivery car $325
5 pass. Maxwell $275
Detroit, bargain, $230
Paige-Detroit, starter and lights
Rtudebaker, 6 cyl'. perfect condi
v Hudson 6 cyl, good as new, $1000
, 1916 Buick 4 cyl. perfect condi
List your property trade with me.
. Phone 867
WE LOAN MONEY FOR FIVE YEARS. WEAL
LOW YOU TO PAY $100.00 OR MULTIPLE ON
TWP. PRTMnTPAT, ON ANY TNTFRFST nATtf
I WE CLOSE OUR LOANS
y i HAWKINS AND ROBERTS
If 314 Masonic Bldg.
- TRY THEM FOR RESULTS
IDS SALE Xiood bit beans for
eod. Plane 101F2. j 2a
HEMSTITCHING and pieot at Singer
dewing Machine to. 337 State, a 29
I'LL ri)V your garden. Phone 1601.
FOR garden" making or lawn wn-k
phone 731 or tail 1467 Center. 3-2S
I WANTED Oood second hand tent.
Phone 1179 or 2107W.
FOR SALE Mahogany Busch and I
Lane piano, bargain price. 1323
FOR RENT Clean apartments for
clean people at the Miller, 633 Fer
ry St. tf
WILL sell a very fine used piano liko
new at a very low price. Cull at 319
Court St. between 1 and 6 p.m. 3 27
4 OR 5 GOOD fresh eow, for sale. E.
J. Miller, Et. 2, box 78 Turner, Or.
FOR SALE Nearly new teaming har-
wuou saw ouuit. i'none
FOR SALE Good garago 12il6, new
nrvuuuuBuu nouse aoors.
1923 State St. 1 3-31
FOR RENT Modern bungalow, 7
rooms with fireplace. Phone 794.
WILL trado new piano for auto. Pay
difference. Ask for Mr. Miller, 519
Court St. afternoon!. 3-27
BLACK Minorca eggs for hatching, $1
per setting. B. II. Chamberlain,
West Stayton, Ore. 3-31
WANTED Married man for ranch,
0110 with team horses preferred.
Geo. L. Rose. 3 31
WANTED Two-horso disc for 10 foot
harrow, cash. D. K. Dcgross, Rt.
. 9, Salem, Or. ' 3-27
FOR RENT 1 large sunny sleeping
room ana two unrurmsned apart
ments at 712 State. 3 29
FOR RENT Five room house, 865 13.
13th street, $10. Call at Capita Na
tional bank.. Phone 71. 3-28
FOR TRADE Good V, S. separator
500 lb. hour for horse for cultivat
ing, $35. Phone 12F5. 3 27
I WILL pay $3500 spot cash for a good
modern bungalow well located. Mrs
W R care Journal. 3 28
FOR SALE 6 room cottnge close in
on north Cottage St. $2300. Inquire
Mrs. C. T. Schrocdor. 553 Center
WILL pay cash for good piano, must
bo a bargain. State name, how old
and price. Address L M care Jour
147 ACRES all under plow but 7 acres
(timber), fruit, woven wire fences.
Barn and silo, 6 room house; easy
terms and cheap; rhone 5U5W. 3-31
FOR SALE By ownor, modern 7 room
house, largo lot bearing fruit trees
and berries. Call at 1740 CouH St.
or phone 1056M. 3-27
GOOD rooming house to leaso, 30 rooms
partly furnished; will lease very
reasonable. Inquire 508 N. Com'l
St. or phone 1549M. tf
FOR SALE One spring wagon for
one horse; one Acme harrow and
other farm article!. Phone 2500J1.
WILL THE lady who took the purse
from the lavatory of the Y. W. C.
A. last evening by mistake please
return same to secy desk at Y. V.
C. A. J-as
FOR SALE House and 4 lots, paved
street, car line, 7 rooms, garage, barn
chicken park, running water; easy
terms or trade for close in. Phone
WILL build a house on our lot near
the McKinley sx'hnol to luit reliable
tenant, rent will be according to
ho'ise built. See A. B. Kelscv, Falls
City Salem Lumber Co., 31) S. 12th
LET US prove to you that we can !ave
you money and disappointment when
you buy a piano. Only high grade,
beautiful pianos at a price yoif can
afford to pay. The Wiley B. Allen
Co., 519 Court St. open 1 to 6 p.
JOURNAL WANT ADS PAY
PUB SALE nuii-k Ui-ht four, 1912
muiieu Wilson garage. A map. 3-9
FOR SALE Good 3 rooui to use cheap
3 rare Journal. 4 2
FOR SALE 3ll inch watfon with grav
el box 133. i:i!5 X. Liberty St. 4-2
EUR SALE Wilson strawberry plants
ltione 101F11 evenings. 3 27
SALESMAN and collector wanted at
337 State St. 4-4
FOR SALE Large Jersey eow, fresh,
heavy milder. 713 S. 12th St. 3 iS
WANTED Experienced girl for gen
eral housework. Call 833 Oak St. or
nhnna . .ou
FOR SALE Cheap, my $200 talking
machine and rocnnia nsl in I
3 mouths. Call ltuii Hall Sr. if
.WANTED Man to -wash dishes and
work vegetable room. Apply Marion
AXOOXA eggj for hatching, laying
strain, $1.5u per 13. Kt. 3, box 37,
Salem, Or. 3 27
FOR SALE White Leghorns and
Kliode Island Ked eggs for setting.
Phone 60F21. 3 28
.WANTED 12 Plymouth Eock pullets
I Address F. D. lirouke, lit. 2, Qer
vais, Or. 3-29
FRESH milk cow and Hd for sale, $35
Also new tent 12x14, 5 ft. wall, $16.
Call 449 S. 18th. 4 2
(X)MPETENT young lady wishes house
work $33 per month; can give ref
erences. S3 S. Liberty St. 3-29
WANTED A girt for genera nouse
work. Apply 333 S. Winter St. af
ter 0 p. m. 3-29
!HR SALE Light Uirahrna ipullots.
E. B. Flake, 590 8. 17th St. Phone
FOR SALdC Second hand lumber, awn
ing lor store building, size 15 ft.
Cull 1449 Trade St. 3-29
4 ROOM house for rent cheap, large
lot, good garden. Inquire 260 Marion
FOR SALE-Qold Coin seed potatoes,
aiso one year loganberry plant
Phono 10OF32. tf
FOB SALERus8et Buroank seed po
tatoes, bet potato on market; also
have clover hay for salo., M, Kippaug
er, Gervais, Rt. 2, box 1. 4 2
FOR SALE On easy torms, 270 acre
lease, 130 acres fall grain, 60 acres
plowed, 11 bead stock, poultry and
implements. Socolofsky, Bayne bldg.
FOB SALE 7 room house, garago,
paved rtreet, fine location, 2!4
blocks to carline, iVj blocks to atate
house, furnace, electric ' lights, gas,
sleeping porch, garden, English wal
nuts plenty of fruit. 1453 Court St,
FOR SALE 9 acres, mile east of
end of 12th street carline, acre
strawberries, 1 acre loganberries,
yiing orchard, good 5 room house,
barn, chicken and hog house, good
well. Call evening after 4 p. m. or
Sundays. $2000. James Callahan. 3-28
BEFORE you buy a piano don't fail
to see the wondciful Ludwig and
many other high grade pianos at 519
Court St. Bargain prices and easy
term. The Wiley B. Allen Co. af
ternoons only. ' j-27
FOR SALE To the one that wants a
country home, only 3 miles from
heart of the beautiful city of Salem,
20 acres all in cultivation on good
road, 5 room house, all good out
builds; also a 10 acre place all in
cultivation and fruit, a bargain if
taken at once. Enquire at Et. 6, box
13, Salem, Or. . 3-28
FOR RENT 70 acres, 24 acres for
grain, 10 acres hops, about 700 bear
ing orchard, mostly peaches and bal
ance pasture; share rent. Located
half mile west of Wnpato station,
Yamhill county, Or. Address Wm. H.
Egan, Gervais, Et. 2. Phone 3F11. tf
MEN WANTED AT WEST LINN
PAPER MILLS 42c HOUR, 8 HOUR
DAY. SEE MR. F. . BARLOW AT
HOTEL ACROSS RIVER FROM
OREGON CITY. CLEAN BEDS 20c
TOR SALE 480 A in Jefferson coun
ty, 150 acres in crop, 40 head Dur
ham eows, irrrease about 20 enlves,
1 registered Durham bull, good house
barn partly finished, with lumber to
finish on place; some timber, some
pasture an.d all tillable land under
Suttle lake irrigation project. A snap
at $3000. Address M J 8 care Jour-
- nal. tf
A fine 5 room bungalow. Two good
lot a daisy, on Capitol street for
A 7 room bungalow on Fairmount
venue at $3500, ha4 good new gar
ge. A large brick building on North Lib
cty street for sale or rent, at a bar
gain. A dandy 8 room house on North 24th
St. An extreme bargain. Make me
en offer. 8
A large house on Summer 8t, elose
to state capital. What will you give
A nice 6 room bungalow on Liberty
St at $1800.
A good 7 room honse, all in fine con
dition and quite modern, only one
block irom good school. $1300.
If yon are looking for bargains see
me at once. G. W. Laflar insurance
man, 405-406 Hubbard bldg. tf
mfx ,m tot 7!
rhoa 14a. .'s
MEN wanted to work in hi p vrd. Call
59F11. " tf
FOR KENT-Sleeping room, 475 N.
Commercial. . 3
TO RENT 20 aoros good plow land.
near lowa. vox 3iJ, iem. 3 27
WANTED Boarders and roomers
at 1120 Center St. Phonel074. 4-1
UOrsF.KEEPlXO rooms 694 N. Com.
St. Phone 2154W. 331
WANTED A motorcycle. Phone 1136
IMPROVED 10 acre tract for sale,
trade or rent. Phons 270M. 3-31
. . .
W1LU? lot...8 w'. f'oln nae
grounds. Phone 503W,
TO BENT Garden well fertilised.
Phone 505W. 3 31
FOR RENT Sleeping rooms at 152 S.
WE are in the market for wheat, also
wheat head screenings for sale $20
per ton. Cherry City barn. 3 28
LOST 1 March ,22d package containing
three yards blue silk coat lining.
Finder please return to liostciu &
Greenbaum's store. 3 28
WANTED To rent modern 5 or 6
room furnished honse, near 8. P.
depot preferred. 763 caro Journal.
TOR SAI.E Bargain, Ford attachment
truck just rAuilt, A l condition;
will guarantee this truck to give
good service at only $393. Seo this
at Salem Velie Conrpany, 102 North
Commercial St. 327
FOR SALE 100 acres first river bot
tom lund, Vj under cultivation, no
gravel, near good town, paved road,
price $100 per aere; $4000 down,
balance easy terms. Agents 6r trad
ers need not apply. Address Box 413
Independence, Or. 3 31
WANTED By Ideal Tea Co. man ex
perienced in grocery or as salesman
to take established tea and coffee
route. Good guaranteed salary. Man
with Ford machine preferred. Must
be married and between 25 and 35
years of ago. Apply at once, C. D.
Cole, phone 1033W. 3-27
A GREAT OPPORTUNITY
I will sell from 10 to 50 acres of
good orchard and berry lnnd for $150
k.t aero, situated about five miles
from Salem. 15 eerc9 of this land is
in cultivation, and has been recently
plowed, and is ready to set to berrios .
The remaSnder ha9 nice second growth
fir and oak timber that will make from
two to three thousand cords of wood.
I will sell a part or alb of this land,
and, will take the wood delivered in
Salem at $6 per cord and credit it on
the purchase prieoof the land. If you
will take your boys en to this land and
set the 15 acres into logans and (straw
berries and cut the timber into wood,
you can soon pay for the laud out of
the itimber and berries.
Do not delay getting hold of some
land near Salem. Values will certainly
go higher. A great development is
now in progress.
Call at 404 Hubbard building for
IN THE COUNTY COUBT
Of the State of Oregon for
County. In Brobats
In the matter of the estnto of Phil
lip Carter, deceased. Notice of hearing
of final account.
To all persons interested in the es
tate of Phillip Carter, deceased: You
are hereby notified that on the 12th
day of March 1919, Donald W. Mile!
ined in tnia court his final account
administrator of the estate of Phillip
Carter, deceased, and that said final
account will be heard by this court on
Monday April 14th, 1919, at the hour
of ten o'clock a. m. or as soon there
after as the court con hear same in
the county court room at the court
house , Salem, Marion county, Oregon,
and you aro hereby cited to appear at
the time and place above designated
and-show cause if any exist, why eaid
final account Bhould not be allowed
and the said administrator discharged
from his trust.
Dated this 12th day of March 1919.
W. M. BUSIIEY,
First publication March 3th.
Last publication April 10th.
Noticj is hereby given that I have
impounded tho following described
dogs in compliance with ordinanco No.
1404, towit: One male white mongrel,
weight 25 pounds; one male yellow
dog, weight 20 pounds; one male spitz,
33 pounds; one female spitz, weight
30 pounds; one young Irish setter,
male, weight 33 pound. The above de
scribed dogs will be killed if not re
deemed by owners, on or before March
31, 1919, as provided in said ordinance
W. 8. LOW,
3 29 Street Commissioner.
"The child' betd tnd IV wer I roost
Ud wot. Tb iy perfectly blind,
ijoctor mid th worit oue be had ever
mn. (M $ampU ot U D. D, did wmv
derful work. A complete cure fot
kwl."TUot. J.Doniuoey, Jeoioa, A I.
Tott write, too, to the D. D. D. Compenr of
Cbtcmro for sample and (ret lm mediate relief
Or. come ta end we will tell you what D. D. D.
hue Mrooipliahed la your own Beirhborhood.
four money bock tmleee the ftnt bottie relieve
foe. ftfrc, MM tod ti.Otti
m lotianikr Skin Disease
J. C. Perry's
Have You Helped to Make Their Quota of
Fourteen Tons 28,000Pounds of Used
and Surplus Clothing for the Refugees of
the Allied Countries Overseas?
Today we collected from State Street to the North City Limits and from
12th Street to the River. .. -r:--r n ;
Tomorrow we will cover from State Street to the North City Limits and
from 12th Street to the East City Limits. j . : . f
If your district has not been listed in the paper, or if we have missed you,
call 1:39, and we will gladly call for whatever you have. g .
We want you to understand that any garment which is worth making
over or mending will be acceptable. All you have to do is to give us the gar
ment The making over and mending will be done overseas. "It is more
blessed to give than to receive", and isn't it a simple matter to be blessed
when all that is asked of you is your cast-off clothing?
Willamette Chapter American Red Cross.
We believe the day is coming when
everyone's eyes will be examined by an
Optomerist. Few people at present at
tach sufficient importance to eye str&in.
Cases aro common where peoplo have
fought eyo strain all their lives and
didn't know it. That shouldn't bo. Find
ing out early about tho eyes is import
ant. Our best care and attention twait
Hartman Bros. Co.
t Jewelers ft Opticians'
N.W. Corner State k Liberty Streets
Do Not Favor Increases In
Modern Woodmen Premiums
Washington, March 28. A committee
on foreign trado composed of mcmbors
jf practically all government depnrt
ents aud boards has been formed to
stimulate aud co-ordinate American
trade abroad, it was officially disclosed
The foreign Undo committee has been
orgunitd under an authorization signed
ashy President Wilson.
officers dealing ni any way with for
eign trudo matters aro reported. Among
the urgent questions to be treated im
mediuti'l;.' aro tonnage allocution, mur
ine freights, cjblo and radio facilities,
reconstruction loans, Latin-American
loans, labor mid immigration, key in
dustries such us oye making, strategic
raw materials and a unified organiza
tion forlmyiii g in i.urope,
It is iiiidi'rstund ,hat the persons act
ually sitting in j.onferuico ttiil vary
t'1.111 t i in 0 to time, but .116 deimrtments
it)iej"nted include: f.utc, lymmorce,!
truuMiry, agi icultuie, laiior, vur, navy I
and :iipiing board, war trado board,
feil.-rnl tr.-.do c aniMssio.i, tariff com
illusion, l:iilrci:.d i.oi-.: jiistintioii, inter
state commerce commission and postof
Chicago, March 27 Hisses, cat calls
and a near riot followed introduction
of proposRls for 50 per cent increases in
premiums of members of Modern Wood
men of America, in nationul convention
here. An insurgent group opposing in
creased rates met in another hotel.
The upronr began during a speech by
Charles Lyons, Des Moines, Iowa, attor
ney. Ho proposed adoption of a scule
by which premium of new members
would bo increased 50 per cent. Lyons
was interrupted several times.
Judgo K. A. Smith of Hpringfield, 111.,
offered a resolution nssessing cai'h
member to mnke up tho organization's
deficit. Judge Kmith asserted that be
fore the war there was $10,OOU,000 in
tho treasury, but that today there is
only $li4(),0(io. He said there were J,J67,
Officials regard it as unlikely there
would be a vote on the new rates today.
MISS WIBLE, MAY QUEEN
As a result of a close and intense
election held yesterday afternoon at
Eaton hall, the student body of Willam
ette elected Mis Margaret Wible, of
Grants Pass, as queen of the coming
May festivities. Bo elose wis the con
test that there was but one rote be
tween libs Wible and her nearest nvsl
f 4r honors- Miss Gladys mctiO., or
Newberg. Both ladies have been very
active in university social and musical
affairs, and very close iu popularity.
Miss Wiblc, who is of the class of '19,
will bo every inch a queen in her poise
and form. The other two contestants
Miss Nichols and Miss Hose, will act
at her muids of honor In tho Rata occa
sion, DEATHS IN ARMY AND A. E. F.
Washington, March 27. Deaths in
tho A. K. F. during the week ending
March 6 numbered 453, the lowest sinco
August, 1918, the war department has
reported. Seventy-three were from in
juries and 297 from pneumonia.
Army deaths in the United. Plates
for the week ending March 14 number
ed n, tho war depiirtuietic 11, o an
nounced. "' 1 1
News Developments Served
To Improve Market Todsy
New York, Mar. 27. The New Ynrfc
F.vening Sun financial review today
Virtually eveyth.ng in the way cf
news developments served to improve
tho tone of today's stock market, al
though trading was in relative smull
Prices advanced from the opening in
tho industrial list while the rails drag
ged. The oil and leather groups wero
particularly aggressive throughout Tho
tobacco groups made a good Bhowinng
also, ns did steel and equipment stocks
which wero aided by Mr. Hinos' dis
claimer of any intention on the part
of tho railroad administration to hold
back equipment purchases, betterments
etc. The coppers wero not adversely ef
fected by the passing of tho Magma
dividend nor tho cut in Inspiration,
Instead Inspiration stock turned strong
after the announcement.
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Cults Defeats Dunn In , .
Butte Primary Election
Butte, Mont., March 27. Tho offioii.1
check of the poll books which was made
by the city council lust night shuwed
I hut Captain William Cutis defeated W.
V. Dunn, associate editor of tho Butto
Uuleltin, for tho democratic nomina
tion for ayor at tho primary election
Monday. . k'
Armed guards attended the meeting
of tho council to preserve oraer, menus
,of Dun charged tho nomination was stol-.
en from the newspaper editor. The feel
ing nt tho meeting waa intenso and thu
guards searched everyone present for
arms beforo tho result of the canvass
was announced. Dunn will run for nir.y
or as non partisan.
In lieu of other administrators ap
pointed, the county court has appoint
ed for the etat of Dr. C. 1', Cropp,
tho following If. K. Ditgannc, 8. K.
Irwin and C. W. liarrick.
STARTING SUNDAY, ;,
Former Salem Girl
Smiling Bill Parsons
In Two Reels
Just for Fun.
No raise in prices.
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