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Bead tout advertisement the first day
it appear and notify us immediately ii
Minimum charge, 15a.
FOR SALE Loganberry tips. Phone
JAS. LYON'S, practical painter. Phone
WANTED All kinds of chickens. Will
pay top price. Phone 1339J. U
FOR plowing or orchard work with
tractor, caU 17F14. 5 23
FOR SALE Milk cow, 4 gallons per
day. Call 87F24. 5-12
I BUY young calves. C. C. Bussell,
Phono 3F3. tf
SliOK shop for sale clicai; doing good
business. 12S0 Stuto St. a 12
W. BEAVER well driller, phone S27
J, 1165 N. 19th St., Salem. Or. 66
FOR SALE flood 2-Bentcd, rubber
tired surrey. Phone 71 F3. 45 14
GIRL wanted for housework. Phono
103 or call 883 Court St. 5 12
LOST During April beaver fur. Phone
FRAMH your photographs, 30 cents
up. Huron's, Com. St. tJ-lU
WANTED A team of good work
horse, about 1300 or 1400 lbs.
Phone KF2. 5 13
FOR BALE 3 room modern cottage
$700; terms. Call room 304 Hubbard
bldg. W. H. NorrU. f
FOR RENT i teres, all In cultiva
tion, eloee to car line, fine 'vegetable
land. 8ocolofky, Payne bldg. tf
FOR SALE Modern 6 room bungalow
See Chas. Hebel 355 Chemeketa.
W ILL PAPER 13 cents per double roll
upward. Buren'i Furniture Store,
179 Commercial. tf
WANTED Leaky radiators to repair,
Salem Auto Radiator shop, 198 S.
FOR 8ALB Ford touring car, A-l con
dition. Inquire Reed or Klingcr ait
Ed J Messing billiard parlors. tf
WHEEL for sale, good bargain. In
quire 1973 N. Com'l. Phone 806W.
4-YEAR, old mare, with saddle and
bridle for sale; price $50. Phone 38
F25. 5 12
STREETS gnrage, all kinds of auto
work, Chandler and Fords a special
ty. 420 S. Com. Phono 278. 5-15
WANTED Experienced truck driver,
one with shop experience preferred.
Watt Shipp Powder Co. 5-12
MAN with ton and a half truck wants
work by day or month. Phone SO".
FOR SALE Auburn touring car, in
first class shape. Highway garage.
HAVE your roof repaired, cleaned and
tarred. For particulars phone 1440.
40 ACRES good berry and prui.e lnnd
for sale. Will sell in email tracts or
whole piece. Phone 2381J. 5 19
WANTED Loan of oOO on real es
tate, good security. Call at 247. N.
WANTED To buy mohair. Eost Sa
lem Tannery, 25th and Oak St.
Phone 2160M. tf
FRE3 BOOKLET ' Care Baby Chicks'
544 Slat St. Telephone 400
Headquarters for baby chick, tf
FOB SALE Three quarter ton truck.
Ia first etas, shape, $200. Highway
WANTED Several teamsters for gen
eral farm work; pay $40 per month
and everything furnished. Phone
Cottage Farm 30F2, Lee M. Lane.
rHt II H It .1 llr M ' M I
WE LOAN MONEY FOR FIVE YEARS. WEAL-
TiW VfiTT TO PAY $10000 OR MULTIPLE ON
THE PRINCIPAL ON ANY INTEREST DATE.
WE CLOSE OUR LOANS
314 Masonic Bldg.
HOIVEKEKPER wanted. Address M
11 care Journal. 5.
GARDENS plowed and harrowed.
1 hone 1601. g.jj
FOR SALK Cheap, Singer shoe sew
ing machine. 404 Court. 5-U
WANTED Electrician and wireman
at once. Phone 1205. 5-14
LADY solicitors wanted; write Deni
n. 222 N. Liberty St. or phone
i-9 between 5 and 6:30. 5-13
WANTED Experienced delivery driv
ers, middle aged men preferred.
Peoplee Cash Store. tf
FOR SALE 10 acres with house and
barn. 3H miles south of tiulein.
See owner 306 State. 5.12
FOR SALE Or trade for Salem prop
erty, 60 aero farm. 45 acres in cul
tivation. No buildings. Vddress G
care Journal. tf
NOTICE Wunted, hauling contracts,
have new 2i ton Day-Elder truck.
Inquire Marion garage opposite Ma
rion hotel. Phone 302. 5-12
uv.vw ij io.uvv iianan prune trees 1
for fall delivery. Fruitland nurserv, L
?A AAA TV fK nnn r. .. I
nuiee east or state penitentiary. 1
Phone 111F21. Et. 6 Salem. tT
WANTEDOood team of young mares !f'i 'uo- ,0''ms
weight about 1350; also harness. 1 0,j? "cr,,'s .ln ""-year old cherries, tl,-
W. L. Fuller. Phone 35F32. Brooks I
BUY your tomato plants from the j
greenhouse, all mandard varieties,'
large lots a specialty. Phone 71F5.
FOR SALE-Overland model 79, 5 pas
senger, in first class condition.
Streets gnrage, 420 8. Com. St.
Phone 278. u-15
WANTED To hear from owner hav
ing 10 to 15 acres for sale, with good
house; land all cleared, part in bear
ing fruits, on good road, not too far
out. Write X 33 care Journal. 5-13
GOOD rooming house to lease, 30 rooms
partly fumisnea; will leoso very
reasonable. Inquire 506 N. Coml
St. or phono 1549M. tf
FOR SALE 50 goat , 150 ewes, 12
cows and few good heavy horses.
Phone 43F42 by 6 a. tn. or write A.
T. Savage, Hilverton, Or. tf
WANTED Man to work on farm, by
niontn; must ibe good with team;
good wages, Address E. E. Bines,
Marion Or. 3-16
FOR SALE 4 room house, good lo
cation, bearing fruit and berries,
1000; ensy terms. F. L. Wood,
Hayne bldg. 5-13
AJAX TIRE DEPOT
First class vulcanizing; first class
welding nt Commercial Vulcanizing
and Welding Shop, 341 N. Com'l
St. 5 16
5 ROOM house, 2 lots, fine garden,
fruit and well; clear title, on 22d
street. Write owner, 'box 40 or
phono 1393. 5-16
PRUNE ranch for sale; 10 acres bear
ing prunes, 10 acres in cultivation.
Liberty district. If taken soon $300
per acre; terms. Phone 155UM. 5-12
FOR SALE Nearly new 7 room, mod
ern bungalow; fireplace, gas, pave
ment, largo lot, garage, fruit, bcr
rii 3, convenient and sightly located;
2000 . Address Box 32. Phone 1000
MAN of wide experience, recently dis-
charged from army, wishes to serve
as secretary or correspondence clerk.
Complete satisfaction given as to
character and qualifications. Ad
dress 223 care Journal. 516
WE buy. sell and exchange autos and
parts of autos. If you have a ma
chino to dispose of bring it in and
wo will sell it for you on commission
Give us a trial. Stcinbock Junk &
Auto Wrecking Co. Phone 305, 320
N. Com'l St. tf
MEN WANTED AT WEST LINN PA
PER MILLS, 42c HOUR, 8 HOUR
DAY. SEE MR.H. A. 8W AFFORD
AT MJLL OFFICE ACROSS RIVER
rnOM OREGON CITY. COOD HO
TEL PROVIDES CLEAN BEDS
20c; BEST MEALS 35e. tf
WANTED Middle aged woman to
care for invalid. 2090 Ferrv. 3-13
WANTED A woman to rook for six
or eight people. 'hone 3F11. Ad
dress box 43, Kt. 2, Gervais, Or. tf
FOR r?ALE Two modern house, 5
and 8 rooms. Prices not inflated,
ltone 159SM. tf
FUR SALE Cheap, 6 cylinder Cole, T
passenger car in perfect condition,
cord tires; a snap. See- it at 102 N.
Commercial street. 3 14
FOR RALE Wagon, 2 horse cultiva
tor, 14 in. plow, 2 section drag, good
cow (fresh soon;) also want hauling
nd iVlivering with 2 ton truck.
Phone lOOttM. 5-17
WILL the person who picked up mack-
innw coat hi iugniand u na
tion Saturday morning, please re
turn it to 20f3 5th street. Reward.
FOR SALE 5 acre tract, 4 room
house, barn, chicken house; acres
cherries prunes, apples, berries;
horse, fresh Jersey cow; terms.
Plume 111F14. No agents. 5-1"
15 acres all in cultivation, fair im
provements, a good family orchard,
ginpee and berries; this is 6 miles out
on highway ami if sold aeon, goes for
10 acres; 2 acres in 3 year old prunes
acres in loaans. 2 awes in stuinns.
balance in cultivation, fair improve
ments; this is a dandy place. Price'
6 acres; 2 in cultivation, 5 miles
out; $tkH), $2u0 rash balance three
years at 6 percent.
100 acres; 95 in eultivation, balance
timber; A-l improvements, 4 miles
from Independence.' Valuable stock,
machinery and crop goes if sold now
JOHN H. SCOTT REALTY CO.
404-5 Hubbard building
GOOD BUYS IN USED CARS
One 5 passenger Chevrolet, 1917
One roadster, Chevrolet, 1916 model
These ears are in fine condition.
We are in position to do your auto
repairing 'by an experienced workman.
All work guaranteed, (five ns a trial.
AMERICAN AUTOMOBILE 00. -197
8. Com'l Bt.
HORSES FOB BALE
The undersigned will roceive sealed
bids for one team of horses, weight
about 2900 pounds, now used by tke
citT of Siilem In the firA rfanArtmAnt.
I up to 5 o'clock, p. m. May 19, 1919.
5-12 City .Recorder.
MONEY to loan nt 6 percent on Bp
proved security. House for sale on
easy terms. 5 room house and 8 lot
with barn and fruit to exchange for
laud in the country or will take
good auto in part paymnt. W. A.
Linton, 484 Court St. 5 10
Cadillac truck 475
Rco roadster 1375
Cadillac touring car ISO
.American roadster $575
Marion Garage, Phone 302
7 PASHF.NGER, six cylinder Cole in
A-l condition, 6 eord tires almost
new. A snap if sold soon. Inquire
at 102 North Commercial St. Sa
lem Velio company. 5 12
FI'lfNITUKE FOR 8ALE 1 Decker
player piano, nearly new, with cabi
net nnd music, mahogany case, cash
or terms; rocker, 2 tnblc. mirror,
chinn. silver, cocking utensfls, smnll
runs, garden tools, wriur. r, bmket
and .board; umbrella s'and, mahoga
ny nettle. Cull Sunday and Monday
170 Sooth 15th St. near Stnte. 5 10
FOR SALE Cheap, our large brick
block, the new Mariin garage,
OnO feet of floor space; large 5 ton
elevator, 12 large office rooms; the
most complete and largest building
in citv. Half ensh balance trade or
long time. See H. R. Ryan or P.
J. Koonta for terms. ' 516
SALB1 AUTO EXCHANGE
GEO. SPICE R, Mgr.
229 Slate Street
Wo buy your car or sell on commis
1917 Dort 1575
IP 16 Overland 523
Maiwell, good as new, tV"0
''.-ton new delivorv car, -75
TWENTY OTHERS TO PICK FROM
First class auto laundry and polish
ing. LOOK ERE
10 acres; a highly improved, tightly
home, 9 room new boose, basement,
bath, toilet, large halls and eloeets.
Spring water to house and barn; t
acres timber, good family orchard
and berries. Improvements eost more
than price asked for property. Own
er must be in Seattle Saturday; if
yon want this come get biuy. Price
.1000. John H. Scott Realty Co.
404 5 Hubbard bldg.
( - : )
WANTED- By a midd'.e age lady house
work in a small family in or near
teowa. Call at 2164 State St. er drop
a line to .Mrs. L. Drvdea.
WANTED Experienced grocervman
la anawering state age, 'experience
ml r.1 f.r.m,- !.
week. L. E. H. J. Hamilton, Al-
A IOlliE, a living ana a bank aecount
40 acres a few miles from Salem, 14
acre ia prunes, fine crop this sea
aoa: 4 acres of mix! amKb..1. tn,i
improvements; fine spring and well!
watr. The price is less than any
land adjoining. Terms to suit. H.
S. Radeliff, No. 4 Bayn- bldg. 513
MEN WANTED As agents ia territor
ies ia Oregon to distribute the In
diana silo. A boni fide money mak
ing proposition. No investment re
quired. Excellent territories open.
Build up a business of your own and
be assured of steady income. Of par
ticular interest to progressive farm
ers. Write or call at (has. K.
Spaulding company. Silo department.
tor iurtner information. 5-17
5 room modern bungalow, corner lot.
paved street, east front. Price I'.'OOO:
one half cash.
5 room plastered eottnee. iust out
side city limits, private water system;
sightly locatiou. Price .41300: LHI0
4 room modern bungalow, basement.
South Salem, east front. Price 12,r)0;
150 down, balance lj per month at
0 per cent interest.
7 room modern house located at 1655
Fir street, east front, paved street,
bearing fruit. Price $3600.
5 room house, lot 73 by 150 feet, east
front, bearing fruit, located South Sa
lem; large barn. Price 1400; 500
down, balance 6 per cent inteiest.
8 room modern house located South
Salem, large lot 75 by 138 feet, corner
lot, paved street, silghtly location.
Fine 9 room modern house located at
1725 Fir street, large lot, east front,
paved street. Price 5000.
If you want to bur a house, tee
W. H. GRABENHORST & CO.
273 State street
Improved 3 acre tract located close
in, good modern house, bearing fruit.
I aeree Italian prune orchard locat
ed south of HaJem. Price $1400.
10 aorea of fine berry land, all cul
tivated, rock road, 4 miles' south.
63 acres of first close prune land,
all cultivated, house and barn, rock
road. Priee s)H5 per acre.
140 acres of first elass farm land;
100 acres under cultivation and in crop,
balance creek bottom, beet of soil.
Price 85 per acre.
Well improved 20 acre tract, all cul
tivated, 5 acres prunes, 5 afres logan
berries, good bungalow and barn.
5 acres of bearing cherry orchard, 4
milee eolith, rock road. Price 41300;
320 acre farm, good buildings, 240
acres cultivated Alliance pasture, on
main highway, best of aoil. Price 34,
15 acre tract located on main high-j
way, close to Sulum; 10 acre prunes. 1
If vou want to buv, trade or sell see I
W. H. CRAEEMKORST & CO.!
273 Stato street
nt Taw Hmmu a
W PV Cbi NT
i'lir Creim Vail I lira
PORTLAND. ORE. rlti for prices and Tags
Sells Douglas Farm
And Comes To Salem
Quite nn important real estute deal
was made today whereby Mr. and Mrs.
(ieorge F. Peed sold their fine 21U acre
ranch in the Ten Mile, country to James
Sprague, a recent arrival hero from
Phoenix, Ariz. It was a cash deal. The
Peed ranch is considered a valuuble
property and the new owner, who ras
already taken possession, will specialize
in pure bred cattle nnd hog. Ho hiv
tilans for building a big silo so that the
feed problem will be overcome, and will
also put in nn electric lighting system
: OLD JEWELRY
Made over into new de
; signs. Bring us your old
; jewelry. Designs gladly
f IfCVYClCia W VII.1V.1C1113 A
I XTlIf n Pi.l. J
N.W. Corner" State and
SPECIAL CLEARANCE RACK
SUITS selling up to $45.00;
Also a Ene of COATS, TO CLOSE
All this season's Models . .
SUITS and COATS LESS
This Department is
(nt the farm buildings and bring run
ning nuter into the house. Mr. and Mis.
feed will leave for Kalem early next
week where they own other properties.
expecting to reside tlicro permanntly.
Mr. Hprngue has sent for his. family
v.ho nre expected within a few days.
(Continued from page one)
business service, ns a ten pnrty'linc is
plueed at a rent of t.l.I.I a month, with
tho 25 cents entrn for a desk set.
No change has as yet been niude iu
residence telephones and ;i.';e will be
mude at ler.st for one yeai. in addlnH
$1 a mouth to the rent for the business
telephones, the public service commie
sioii estiildislied the present roiwneo
rule, which means they cannot bo low
red or raised for one year.
In granting tho apidication of the
telephone riimpauy for an advance in
rr.te, the public service commission took
into the wae advances of the past year,
It was estimated that the eost of tele
phone service constitutes from 55 to 60
per cent of all ciTse. It wni airv
estimated that waxes at the protcnt
time are 33 per cent higher thaa two
years ago and there ia now pending a
rccmest on the part of electrical wora
ers for an increase of from 50 cents to
$1 a day.
In rendering its final order on the ap
plication for an advance in the rates
the order permitting the advance il
signed by Commissioners Pred O. Bud
tel and 11. H. Corey. Pred A. Williams,
commissioner, rendered a separate opin
ion. However, he concur in the order
issued by the com mi union, advancing the
rates of business telephones tl a month
and establishing for year the present
rate for residences.
W0ODBT7EH BADLY BEATEN.
The Wondbara baseball team took an
awful licking at the hands of the Cen
tral iJoor A I-omber eowipany team of
High Grade Novelty Suit!
SMART NEW STYLES SELLING TO $73.00.
The fabrics are those stylish
and dependable cloths now
Serges .Tricotmes, Gabardines, etc.
in the season's accepted shades, in
cluding "Sand" and "Rookie". They
are the very latest, some braid
trimmed with vestees. Others belt
ed, button trimmed with vestees.
Are included in this selling.
"Full Satin Lined" in Velours and
The time has arrived to consider warm weather "un
der garments". We have always enjoyed an excep
tional good business in this department. Why?
Because our styles are attractive
BecauseOur materials are excellent.
Because Our sizes are accurate
Because The Workmanship is GOOD.
You Can Always
Portland, last ftinday afternoon, Hrore
10 to 1.
The visitors got off to a (lying start
1 in t tic first inning when pitched "innw-
Will ' i.iine hurt Ins arm after pitching
a few balls. I'.vo errors nn d base hit
filled tho banes with only one out, when
liUird put the bull over the centerfield
fence and cleaned the -sucks, After re
tiring tho first man in the seeond in
II ill I' 1 ,11 lie ri'tileil from tli. -..i.l lln.
tiuire took up ths burden and held'
tho visitors hitless and iunles until i
the eighth when he Weakened mid Ihev
gathered six more tallies. "Southpaw"
I til uh nitehoil ttit- ninth iitii'.n.. n...l
' " k ; n cuiupauies no Bll'l
lowed three hits and no runs. Wood- H'l, 'luarternuisler corps; 13th coin
burn was unable to connect with Filth panr second regiment nir service mr.
erlaud's pitching until the last inning, clianies; four casual companies.
When a double by DeCuire and a sin I Transport Mexican, Bordeanx to New
K" "r "''l."ir scored me only run.
Ill Hot K II (In tl f
(Continued from Pace 1.)
"It Is exidalnei; t.v the committee
packers that this amount was normal
production of these plants over a per -
iod of two vears and to idiire this noaii
tity of packed meats on the market st
this time would seriouslv atlWt Drice,
this time would seriouslv atlWt price
on both canned anil fresh meats.
More than 100 men wen
with work nt The Dal e, last month. 'm",r -0'1' "Kmeers; g(Mth pioneer In
according to the report of 11... soldiers' ;a".,r'i ." engmers; 317th field bat
and sailors einpU.vr nt bureau. ",llo 'nal corps; 27th field artillery
1.-. n'"l "-'"t mililnry police companies;
Aonroxiinatelv sl ifinn l. ..(
pended by the'eitv of Prinevillo lhis
year for the imp.
.vement of pnwtic
ally every street.
ith.n lis houiifuirie '
(Continued from page one)
brigade, are passengers.
Transport Santa Klena, Brest to New
York, due Mav 24, with H punibn I
automatic replacement draft engineers
(September- 1 replacement draft eni
Do Better At
liners melius engineers assigned rVptem
tier 1, last, ns replacement troops); fivn
Beattle Carries 324th.
Cruiser Heuttle, Hrest to New Yorl,
duo .May 21, with 321th field artillery.
Transport Kmope, Marseilles to New
York, due May 20, with 300th niacliinn
gun battalion; headquarters troops firs
army; nhotograph section 18: three en..
Ulll coll' lill n ies
Transport ltochnnibruu, Le Havre to
p,,'w York, due May 20, with niotoi
f ri' k company 381; company H, 162mi
infantry, nnd medical detachment eon -
MUIV II- mntr.. t...,.V .n.
orK. fine May 21, with two casual ,,.
t iuj rIa.,. Hill a ... -
panics; 311th infnntrv ft. .1.1 ,i
iKiidiiimrlers machine K,in and supplv
companies medical detachment second
and third battalions.
TransiKirt Ohiocn. Bordeaux to Sew
York, due May 20, with two casual com
panics; 32Sth infantrv! hi..i v... .
. , . . ....... f.'tiMjimi ;
of snmtary detachment, supply and ma.
chine gun companies.
uv.i,;. . ,, . . .
.. V. n',l""!"m' .-The folio
organizations have been aligned to"
f. 1 1 i . . i , . . . . . . .
'"iiureiun ami f ifty eighth com-
Mention nmbulunce companies 69. 71
nnJ v-' previsional evacuation ambu-
1. 1- vuiupiiny iMi. j; auvance vcterin-
rr nase nospitnis minilierf 3 and (5;
base veterinary hospital No. 1; mohibj
jveteriuary section lift; veterinarj- hos-
rital So. 11; fourth and firth butiaiioim
j Ninth corps headquarters and head
j quarters trootis, bakery "company 3"5;
Irnmnnnv A ."Olftt f..iirine.r. .m.ttinv 14
3ii4th supplv train and company D 311th
enginers; hattr.Iion headquarters Rn.l
company A 516th engineers servlco bat-
talion; camp hospital No. 21.