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MEDIUM LN MARION COUNTY
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Minimum charge, 15.
VANTE1 Cattle and ealve any
kind. Phone 1370W. Si
1)R SALE Earlv fui;nle hop root.
Phone 932R, J. A. KroU. tf
VOR SALE One chain drive Ford
truck, real bargain. 337 Court St. tf
WANTED Roomers and boariltrs, 495
N. Uoin'l. 1'uono 144H.
VACANT apartment at thv Miller, 633
Ferry St. 4 12
I W1IL plow your
Work of all kituls bv
473 N. Cottase. 4-10
"WANTED Furnished house.
FOR RENT Three furnished house
keeping rooms, 325 8. 14th. 4-10
FARM hnnd wanted. Call Salem 3F3,
0. C. Kusacll. tf
WANTED All kinds of ehioken. Will
pay top price. Phone 1339J. tf
WANTED Experienced grafter at
Fruitland nursery, rhone 1UF21, Sa
lem Rt. 6. tf
FOR SALE room koute and lot,
1000, call on my agent, Wm. Flem
ing, 341 State St. tf
WANTHD Poultry, eggs, hide and
real, heavy hons, 32c; light hen
31c. Ghorry City foed barn. tf
FOR 8ALB Good loganberry wire.
Capital Junk Co., 71 Chemoketa.
Phono 398. tt
jff ALL PAPER IS cent par double roll
upward, Burea' Furniture Store, 179
WE PAT highest eash price for eggs,
pork, eal and poultry. Willamette
Transfer Oo, 171 a High Bt. Phone
FOR SAliH 5 room bungalow, bath,
toilet, light, with 4 full lots, small
orchard, at Aumsvilro, Or. Very reus
on able for eash or paymonts. O.
Kirkpatrick Saleon, Rt. 6, box 22.
FOR 8ALB On installment 6 room
house bnrn and 8 lot, or will trado
for 7 Toorn house near car line. W.
A. Lwton, agent, 484 Court. 4 13
WIDOW aged 29, with three children,
desire pouition houseKeeper in
widower' or bachelor' homo; good
eook ami good manager; city or
farm. Addrena A M care Journal, tf
FOR SALE At 1200 Jefferson St. a
nice little house and lot for $.125;
can give terms; act quick, for this
is a bargain. Z Y P care Journal, tf
HOMESTEAD in Canada lor $125.
This includes fare to Alberta; board
traveling and locator's expenses.
Fine mixed farming district. Partic
ulars at my ofice, only. C. W.
Niomeyer, Masonic building. tf
We Buy and Sell at the Market
HAWKINS AND ROBERTS
314 Masonic Temple
15 tf1! 1 ITlSrAT Pir'ir3
TRY TEE! FOR RESULTS
FOR SALE Pansy plant. Maruny
H Miller St. 4-3t
544 STATE ST TELEPHONE 400
Headquarters for baby thick, tf
SALE Oregon atrawberry plant !
Pkn.. li,:tll r t 1,. !
W. BEAVER, well driller phone 827J
llto . 19th St, Salem, Or. 5 5
gentle team for sale.
FOR RENT Clean apartment for
clean people at the Miller, 633 Fer
ry St, tf
FOirND Bunch of keys. Owner may
obtain nam by describing lame at
thi office and paying for ad. tf
FOR SALE 13 aeres of good timber
:l . t I
iiiuiA mivui'iii uui mil! -1, jit-ur :
dale. See . A. Liston, agent. 4-12
TOR SALE Three quarter ten truck.
In first class shape, $2U0. Highway
FOR SALE 2 good 'gentle horses, 5
and 7, good workers. Inquire Cen
ter street barn. 4 10
LOCrANliEKRY tips for sale $25 i
1000. C. C. Faist, Waconaa, Or.
FOB RENT Or aalo residence at 300
N. Capitol St. one block from Cap
FOR SALE Wilson strawberry plant
t2 per thousand, in the patch. In
quire B. C Zielinski, Suit' in. 4-12
WANTED h. p. motor 110 A. C.
Stewart's repair ahop, 347 Court St.
Salem, Or. Phone 1109. 4-10
WANTED Reliuing, remodeling and
plain sewing. Oall 340 Division St.
FOR SIALB Sow Home sewuifp 1n
good repair, not drop head, price
15. Phone 599. 4-10
FOR 3ALB Violin, fifty dollar,
Strndivarous model. Call 604 Ferry
or phone 1063M. 4 10
FOUND Hat for mi, Wednesday
afternoon. Owner call at Journal of
fice and tar for ad. tf
WANTED Board and room In private
family. Inquire Mr. Johnson, tele
phono 1540 . 4-10
WANTED To rent furnished apart
ment or house. Telephone 1540, Mr.
FOR SALE Sottiug egg, Barren &
Martin 200-egg strain. Phone 101
OREGON strawberry plant 50o por
huudred, $3.50 por thousand, post
Daid. Cha. Hart. Jeiforson. Or.
MUST sell 5 Toom house, bath, hall, 2
.elosets. barn, fruit. 1 lot, worm
lVi.-,0 for $1350. 1 block Highland
seh.no : nnrt ensh. Lnvalieur, 271 N
Commercial. Phone 734. tf
WE HAVE on hand a few tons of mill
run for sale, at a bargain Willam
Btto Vallcv Transfer Co., 171 South
W,ah St. Phona 1100. tf
NORTHWESTERN Nursery, Rt. 6
Fruit trees, roses and shrubs. Special
low prices on cortain line. Phone
GOOD rooming house to lenso, 30 rooms
partly furnished; will iwe very
reasonable. Inquiro 508 N.
St. or phone 1549M.
OF HEBIT ONLY
TIO.NE 1372J for lot plowing. 4V1S
WILli trade fin pnonogrmj.li or pay
casu tr gvoa pi&uo. rsua ij we
twee 1 aud 6. 4 10
FOR SALE One of the elasacst 6
room bungalows in the eity, with all!
or any part of my furniture. Call j
morning or after 6 p. ra. 535 Rich-j
Biond ve. 4 12
I FOR SALE Two (rood phonographs,
lately taken as part payment on pi
anos, easy terms. The Wiley B. Al
len Co., 519 Court, afternoon. 4 10
WANTED Experienced store man
for shoes, window trimming and gen
eral atore work. 304 care Journal.
30.000 TO "j.OOO Italian prune tree
for fall delivery. Fruitland nursery,
14 miles east of state penitentiary.
Phone 11LF21. Kt. 6, Salem. tf
WANTED Girl or middle aed wo
man for light bouse work . Phone
032 during day or 331M evenings.
PI .A N'T artichokes if yon want cheap
bog feed. Both tops and tubers make
epleudil feed. I have a few bushel
loit. Phone 622 or 254. tf
IF the persen who took basket con
taining silk and pillow eases from
the O. E. depot Wednesday eve
ning, please return to ticket otfice
and get reward. 4i
WHY leave your ear standing on th
streetf It can bo stored at the Cen
ter St. Feed ibarn for a few cents
per duy. Special rate by week or
month. 215 Center St. Phono 927.
J. W. Hunt, prop. . 4 14
FOR SALE 120 acre of No. 1 land
located 6 miles from Suk'in, on good
road, in good location, good house
and barn and other buildings, farm
implements, 4 horse, 5 cow, 5 year
liugj, 50 ead of hog, round 500
cords of wood roady cut, all at a
bargain. Write M W cr Journal.
FOR SALE Pair of big type Poland
China pigs, pair weighs about 223
pounds, pig are. registered.
Have baled grain hay, also baled
strtfw, have some cow for sale,
too. 1st house SE of Knowles sta
tion on Salem, Dallas railroad, or
write Kinney, Corvallis, Or. 4-10
TO TRADE Oakland, California, resi
dence, value $5000, mortgage $2000;
will trade equity for anything in
Salem or vicinity that will make
good home; will be at 244 S. High
fttreot; Salem, until Friday marning
April 11, arter that, writ Mrs. O.
M. Green, Melrose, Oregon. 4-10
SALE0 AUTO EXClAItS
229 Stat 8trm
If you want to ferry or Mil
ear eome and see me.
Maxwoll delivery ear $325
Dotroit, bargain, $250
4 Fords rnn'ing from $350 to $390
1910 fttudt'hakcr $550
1914 Studetbaker $275
Overland good as new, $SO0
Excelsior motorcycle with handy
Lot of others, come and seo ns
Open till 9 evening
MEN WANTED AT WEST LINN PA
FRR MILLS 42c HOUR, 8 HOUR
DAY. SEE MR.F.T. HARLOW AT
HOTEL ACROSS RIVER FROM
OREGON CITY. CLEAN BEDS 20c
NIGHT; BEST MEALS 35c. 5 2
FOR 8ALK Tcnm, mare and horse, 4
years old, weight 2100, sound and
gentle, a bnrain; 3 year old Kcd
pole cow, ftives 2V4 gallons a day,
; takes her; 2 tons of good cheat
hay; two Rood Cainolbark wagons
for sale cheap. If in need of nnv
nhovo mention give us a call, 4 IS
Ferry. Skipton atablc. 410
iu acre prune orchor. Splendid
18 acre all in prune and loganber
140 acres. Good buildings. 15 acre
prunes. (0000. tl.WO cash will haa
dle. 40 acre prnne orchard. $9000. Tak
stock ranch part pay.
13 acres bearing orchard. (4500.
15 acres. 7 in prunes. Good build
20 acres, 10 in prune. 4G000.
40 acre. 34 in prune. 111,000.
9i acre all bearing prune. Strict
ly modora house. $9500. A fin ia
vestment and home.
100 acre farm. Good building. AH
ia crop. Running stream. Ob naia
road. $123 an aer.
10 acres with good hons. Ail sal
tivated. Close in. $3500.
5 aero 3 mils out. All ultivatd.
Plastered houie. $1700.
C W. NIEHEYER
Are now able to take
care of your plumbing
wants in their new loca
tion, 220 North Com
mercial street. Phone
JOURNAL WANT ADS PA1'
5kTT 5 1" t
FUR SALRLogs.fcrry jiant 13
per thousand, l'hun 79F11. 4 10
LARGE modern rooms with board,
lira. Toung, 461 N. High. 4 11
FOR RALE 3 room house
1910 Waller St evenings.
WANTED At once, on setting of
turkey egg. Phone 19FT3. 4 11
GKNTLB work horse, harness and 1 Va J T
wagoa for sale. 145 Summer St.
WANTED Position in garage or ahop
a mechanic. F L D, 971 I'nion St.
FOR SALE Ford touring ear in fine
running order. 1S7 193 S. Com. St.
WANTED Girl for general house
work. Apply 835 Oak St. Phone 9S9
FOR SALE Two ton choice baled
elow hav $20 per ton, 1917 crop.
Call 4SF21. 4 10
FOR SALE 500 bushel prune boxes
for farm use, cheap. Phone 51Fo.
LOST Stick pin, down town; finder
return: to Journal and got reward.
WANTED To rent furnished bungs-
low with garage; no children. Call
MILK cow for sale, $73; heavy milk
er, frech in 10 days. 1 mile cast of
Brooks, Rt 9, bci 70. 4 15
LOT for rent or snle, 75x150, Saginaw
St. between Miller and Owen. Phone
WANTED Woman for general house
work on farm in Polk county; fami
ly of four; no heavy washing. Write
Mrs. P. T. Frixzelle, Rickreall, Or.
INSl-RANCdl COUN(TlL-For free in
formation about Life Insurance see
J. F. HuUhason, dint, manager for
the Mutual Life of N. Y., office at
371 tttato St., Salem, Or. Office
phone 99 residence 1390. tf
FOR SALE Two S room, modern hous
es excellent condition, nicely locat
ed ,eat of etate house; large lots,
fruit. Part down, terms. lo Childs
S38 State St. 4-10
EXCHANGE 9 room house and lot
Rotated 4044 8th ave. -NE, Univer
sity addition, Seattle; rented for $30
per month, for Stuem home ox equal
vain, or an improved tract. L. J.
Dtnisou 705 N. 17th, Salem. 411
FOB BALB 8 acre, on of the fin
eat located berry and fruit traeta in
Willamette -valley; running water
for irrigation, snile north of
Keiaer school house, main road, small
five room house, chicken house,
good well, with term to suit. Rt.
8, box 90. a. - 4-12
A BIG volume of nlo at a compara
tively small profit, is a more depend
able source of profit than a small
vclumo at a large margin. For this
reason we can sell you any of our
high grade pianos at a smaller cost
than it is possiblo to get elsewhere.
Easy terms if desired. Tho Wiley It.
Allen Co., 519 Court St. 4 10
FOR SALE 3 18 acre, 5 room house,
barn chicken house, wood shpd, well
water piped to house, some fruit
trees, house finished fine; located
on Silverfon rood 3-4 mile NK fair
grounds road, paved. A. K. Kobcrt
son, Rt. 9, box 1 .r9 . 4 10
FOR 8ALF, 9 acres, mile east of
end of 12th street rarline, Vi acre
strnnlherries 1 acre lognleTrles,
young orchard, good 5 room hoime,
-barn, ehieken and hog house, good
well. Call evening after 4 p.' m. or
fiundays. $2000. Jas. Callahsn. 4-12
FARMB WANTrTD We are selling
farm and are glad to list farm at
price that it will pay ns to adver
tise. We havo buyens now for good
farms, priced right. Kinney A Oo.
agent. Corvallii", Or. 4-14
BEAUTIFUL COUNTRY HOME
Located 1xk miles from 8alem on
Kalem-Dallas railroad, 14 wile from
Knowles station, all land in cultiva
tion, family orchard, fine big ahfV
tree, buildings are on slightly roll
lng land and consist of eleven room
modern house, practically new, plas
tered, ibaaemtmt, fireplace, built in
convenience, large porch oa 3 side
of house; has lighting and water sys
tern somplete, bath, toilet and etc.
Oood hen house, large old bam and
on fbuil dings; 75 acre of well drain
ed land, that can't be beat. We of
fer thi place at aa attractive price,
cash or trade. Kinney ft Oo. agents,
Tsr sal a fine farm of 100 acres,
98 la cultivation, S is timber, a
family orchard, 63 acre ia crop, lev
el land new 9 room residence, barn
42x70 ft, entire floor cemented, 20
stanchion for cows, 5 stall for hors
es bo I stall, calf pen and granary,
.good wire and board fence; S miles
from Independence and 2 milef from
Bu-sa Vista, good well, engine and
tank, 3 jjnod horses and harness, new
' binder, bay rake, interest in wia
nnre spreader, ' plow, harrow, disc
and all other farm tools now on
plac and enough feed and seel to
lat until harvest, ell for $15,500,
This Is splendid "bargain all ready
to move into.
. JOHN II SCOTT
404 Hubbard building
The House That
We Can Please Everybody, Why Not You? l
Newly Received Fancy Georgettes 11
40 inches wide h
IN THE MOST CHARMING AND APPEALING PATTERNS It
The very newest creations
A shipment has just reached us of
this very dominant feature of the well
dressed woman. They are designed
on the accepted, practical models,
from the very newest fabrics.
Tantasf, Tricofette. Silk Tapestry,
La Serge. Kiota Cloth, Broadcloth
etc etc. etc
Ranging in price from
$125 to $7.95
Extra Special Clean
A wonderful showing of
those dainty fabrics for
VIFCfNO cream separator,
s.iri. new., 1'hone H0KU.
JAMTtXIt wanted, good psy and lihl
work. A-10 rare journal. H
GIRIj wanted for general house work.
Call at Wills Mimic Wore. tf
H 20th St.
FOR KENT Fur niched housekeeping
rooms. Cn!l 1510 State 8t.
HKAVY team of mares for wile; also
wagon and harness, clicnp, tit Center
8t. feed burn. 4 12
FOR KALK Scrips Itooth 8 in fine
condition. 193 b. Commercial Bt.
VOl'MI man who attends btininewi col
lege mornings, wishes work after
noons. C52 care Journal, tf
'FOR KALK Progressive everbearing
strawberry plants, Kellnt; strain.
I'hono 51FH2. 4-10
WANTtHX -Young man to travel with
salesman in car. No silling. Hotel
Blih, a-ik for Mr. Williams. 4 11
FOR RKNT 5 acres, all in cultiva
tion. close to car tin", fine vegetable
luud. Kocolofafcy, llayne M lg. tf
HAVB recently listed some exception
al bargains, for grain, fruit stock or
dairy ranches. I can assirt you in
buying right. For best buys see
ftocolofsky, lieynt building. tf
FOR HALB One of the best prune or
chard in the Wil!nmette valley,
close in and a money mnkr. Come
in and let me show you. F. L. Wood
Jiav-BO bide. 4 12
24 acres. 16 eulrivsted, 5 acres lo-
gans 5 acres young prunes, fair im
provements, stock, implements, tools,
rock road, close to school, church and
station. This is a bargain for tome
one. Are yen that onet
315 acres, all in cultivation one of
the best improved farms in Marion
county, miles from railroad town,
only $75 per acre.
50 acres all in cultivation, well drain
ed, fair building; 4'4 miles from
Kalem, only $160 per acre; thi is
$t0 per acre less than it is worth;
$1000 cash, balane 6 percent.
Have several close ia tracts at very
For best buys see
liayn building tf
Has Something New Every Day
Broken lines and sizes- Some are all, white, others
white with black trimmings and stitching. Re
tailing at $2.00. Special to close
WE AIM TO BE FIRST
With the new things, to lead in ad
vanced, authentic styles. That's why
we take so much pleasure in present
ing the new and perfect-fitting
Bon Ton Corsets
They are typically Parisian in con
ception and contour, and more than
satisfactory in comfort and wear.
You can always do
WANTETX-tiirl or woman for general
housework. I'hono 1S01W. 4 12
miH. ut.Kln,lln It,. r du.k eitus
c. ,.i,i in ea,.h. Phmifi
HOARD and rouin at 801 N .
Com me r
WANTED To rent bv reliable small
family, a good 0 or 7 room hou.se,
dice) to car line. I'liono 1210. 4 10
THK party tnkini; tlm blue eyed white
kitten on H. (.ullage Kt. is Known;
please return same and avoid trou
TO F,X('1IAN4!K For city property 10
acres on rock rnu 1 miles Horn ra
lent. Some prune and cherries, will
assume somo incumbrance or pay
cash difference, or will exchange onct
give time on difference. Mud be
on cash basis, as Hie price uked for
this tract is 175 less per acrn than
thu firlmiiiintr in KeltitiLr fur. ISeft H.
H. Raddiff, room 4 Hayne build
YOU ARE GOING
To lose the opportunity to purchase
that modern house at 1133 Court Hi.
for $.5.ywi on vonr own terms I'n-.
les you do so'within a few days it
sn ill be taken off the market. It is
wnrth more money nnd property val
ues ore going up. Ths siun. will ap
ply to tho beautiful home at N, 12UJ
Court St. for ftSOO. Boo
john h. scon
40t Hubbard building
LUIC UUUiS UUlCd
The formal annoiincen cnt of ths j
candidacy of Christ rVlutebel for the
unexpired term of tho late Walter A. I
rvimij.w mftir he Innk.rl fnr at any)
time. Mr. Hchuehel r us active in se
enring the passage i f important leg
islation in the lest isembly, notably
the bill relating to inheritances anv
incomes which is expected to add more
than $300,000 to ;ho slate revenues.
He bsses his r ;nectatinn Bpon his
record as an sil.ocst? of constructive
Secretary Oiodin of the board of
control, returned yesterday from a vis
it of several day in Portland and
other points for the purpose of in
sjieciing various institution, Jor wnu n
state appropriations are made. I Port-
land there was a visit to the Hoys and
', , , ,11,1 1 1 1 ...
Kid Glove j
Oirls Aid society, tlie Baby Home, th
Albrrtitie (Kerr .Nursery, th luii'm
Homo, the I'loienro Oittendon Ttcf tij;,
nonl ,n f"01"1 Shepherd, and tlm
Rescue; Home. All of
lliisii were found to be conducted
Hix copies of initiative petitions
were presented at tlm office of the
secretary or statu yesteruay, to ue is
sued in behalf of a bill to prohiUtt the,
taking of fi-.li with seines, traps uml
fisuwhecl. These were duly approved.
In resiinsn to an invitation from
Cliarbs H. Whitman of New York,
chairmen of tint national cmritnil teo
for the Salvation Army drive, (iov
emor Olcott has consented to reprc
sunt the state of Oregon on that com
mittee and lead his support to tin'
movement to raise funds for the work,
of that organ.itiiiu. In replying he
"I tuke it as an liou.ir to be called?
upon to serve as a member of t be na
tional campaign committee and repre
sent Oregon in thut capacity in tlm
euiri j.h i uri you are conducting for fundi
wild which to .finance t"e various sir
vices of llittt oiganizntion to our peo
ple at home. The nuignificerit wot
which thi organization did for our
men overseas deserves nothing but the
highi st praise and the hcurttcst co
operation of nil the eoplo in advanc
ing their work and welfare at home."
One of the cncs con ing before tlie
supremo enurt today is the friendly
suit in which (inventor Olcott soekss
by mandamus proceeding to cempet
rkato Treasurer Huff to issue the war
rant for the governor's salary for thw
month of Mnrch. It is expected that
this action will decide tho status of
the governor in his relation to tho of
fice of secretary of state.
A meeting has been called in the?
governor's offico next Tuesday tntrn
K, at which the permanent erganira
'ion of the Oregon Land Settlement!
tmrnission will be effected by the -lection
of a chairman, secretary fcml
manager. Governor Olcott has auiioitne
cd that all the members who have been
r quested to sene on the commis-ioo
have accepted and will be .picsent at
the coming meeting. They are Kmery
dim-ted and Whitney Is. Boise of
Inrtland; It. N. Stanfield of Ptan
fwld; i. H. Raker of Bend; Charles
TT, II of ITarshfield. In this meetinK
they will formulate plans and tak
known) polioie wih regard to tho
work of placirg returned soldiers 'tl
siilnrs on the land. The eommlsion
will be regularly incorporated under
t'te ls of Oreion. placing it csp-
i stocli at ".""U wnien is i""
'amount appropnnted for the work by