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TKE DAILY CAPITAL JOUriNAk SALEM. OREGON. TUESDAY. MAY 13. 1919.
JOURNAL WANT AD DEPARTMENT IS TEE BEST SELLING
HEDIUM IN MARION COUNTY-TRY THEM FOX RESULTS
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it appear and notify as immediately ii
Minimum charge, 13e.
BOY wanted at Cray Belle.
FOB SALE Loganberry tips.
JAS. LYONS, practical painter.
WANTED All kind of chicken. Will
pay top price. Phon 1339J. tf
FOB plowing or orchard work with
tractor, cull 17F14. 5 28
MEAT cutter wanted, Midget Market,
331 SStato St. Salem, Or. 513
BUY young calves. C. C.
KXPERIENCED waitress wanted at
Koyalo (Vl'etvria. 513
BKIJJOOY over 17, apply at ence, Ma
rion hotol. 5 14
FOR SALE Buiek bug roadster, 454
W A N!T El)) Hoarders fend roomers,
1120 Center St. l'hone 1074. 5-19
BARGAIN Choice 20 acre tract,
11250. iKoom 8. Bayne bldg.
W. BEAVER well driller, phone 827
J, 1105 N. 19th St., 6alcm. Or. 6 6
FOR SALE Good 2 seated; rubber
tired itirrey. Phone 71F5. 514
LOST During April beaver fur. Phone
FRAME your photographs, 50 eenta
up. Buren's, Com. fit. 6-10
WANTED A team of good work
horses, about 1300 or 1400 lb.
Phone SF2. 5-13
FOR 8ALE 5 room modern cottage
$700 ; term. Call room 304 Hubbard
bldg. W. H. NorrU. "tf
WANTED To rent a furnished houc
of 4 or 5 room by June 1st. Phone
FOB SALE -Modern 6 room bungalow
See Chas. Bebel 355 Chemeketa.
5 22 1
WA.LL PAPER 13 cents per doubl roll
upward. Burcn' Furniture Store,
179 Commercial. tf
WANTED Leaky radiators to repair,
Salem Auto Radiator shop, 198 8.
FOR SALR Ford touring cor, A-l con-
dition. Inquire Reed or Klinger at
Ed Messing Milliard parlor. tf
STREETS garage, all kinds of uuto
work, Chandler and Fords a ipeainl
- ty. 420 4. Com. Phone 278. - 5-1.)
MAN with ton and a half truck wants
work by day or month. Thone 867.
FOR SALE Auburn touring car, in
first class shape. Highway garage
HAVE your roof repaired, cleaned and
tarred. For particulars phono 1416.
40 ACHES good berry and prut.e land
for ale. Will sell In email tracts or
vhole piece. Phone 2381J. - 5 19
i ' aaaaaaMii mi i I 1
- WANTED Loan of 500 on real e
. tate, good security. Call at 247 N.
'WANTED To buy mohair. East Sa
lem "Tannery, 25th and Oak St.
, Phone 2100M. tf
FBEH BOOKLET 'Care Baby Chick
- 544 State St. Telephone 400
Headquartors for baby chick, tf
FOR SALR Three quarter ton truck.
In first elas hape, 200. Highway
WANTED Several teamsters for gen
eral farm work; pay H0 per month
. and everything furnished. Phone
Cottage Farm 30F2, Lee M. Lane.
nrJtt' .Y . yy.nTW'ir fW? t IT
WE LOAN MONEY FOR FIVE YEARS. WE AL
LOW YOU TO PAY $100.00 OR MULTIPLE ON
THE PRINCIPAL ON ANY INTEREST DATE.
WE CLOSE OUR LOANS PROMPTLY. ;
; EOTHS AND ROBERTS
314 Masonic Bldg. Salem, Ore.
HO CNBK EE!" ER wanted. Address M
11 rare Journal. 3 13
GARDENS plowed and harrowed.
Phone HH1. a 17
FOR SALE Cheap, Singer shoe sew
ing machine. 464 Court. 514
WANTED Electrician and wireman
at once. Phone 1265. 5-14
LADY solicitors wanted; write Deni
son. 222 N. Liberty St. or phone
79 between 5 and 6:30.
WANTED Experienced delivery driv
ers, middle aged men preferred.
People Cash Store. tf
WANTED A rapablo girl for general
housework, l'hone 609 or call 130
N. 17th. 5-13
TO TRADE a Rufus Red buck to trade
for Flemish Giant doe. Phone
FOR SALE Twin Indian motourcle
ami Deering clover
FOR SALE Lot 50x140, with house
12x20, $250. Inquire 1395 N. Liber
ty St. d-19
WANTED Experienced man for shoes
and general store work. Ualo &
LARGE Itoam for sale cheap; must
sell harness and wagon. 450 Front,
i)H SALE Few" good wircles in
struments, l'hone 2502AV2 or d5F
FOR SALE Or trade for Salem prop
erty, 60 acre farm. 45 acre in cul
tivation. No buildings Address O
care Journal. tf
50,000 TO 75,000 Italian prune trees
for fall delivery. Fruitland nursery,
1V4 mile east of elate penitentiary.
Phone lllFil. Rt. 6 Salem. t
BUY your tomato plants from the
greenhouse, all standard varieties,
large lot a specialty. Phone 71F5.
FOR SALE Overland model 79, 5 pas
senger, ia first class condition.
Streets garage, 420 H. Com. St.
l'hone 278. J-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 furnished; will lease very
reasonable. Inquire 506 N. Com'l
St. or phone 1549M- ' tf
FOB SALE 50 goat , 150 ewes, 12
cow and fetv- good heavy horses.
Phone 43F42 by 6 a. m. or writo A.
T. Savage, Silverton, Or., " tf
WANTED Man to work on 'farm, by
month; must lie good with team;
good wages. Address E. E. Bings,
Marion Or. . o-lfl
FOR 8ALE room house, good lo
cation, bearing fruit and berries,
$IC00; easy terms. F. L. Wood,
Bayne bldg. . .; 513
AJAX TIEE DEPOT .
First class vulcanizing; first class
welding at Commercial Vulcanizing
and Wolding Hhop, S41 N. Com'l
Ht. , 5 16
5 ROOM house, 2 lota, fine garden,
' fruit and well; clear title, on 22l
street. Write owner, boi 40 or
phone 1393., . , - ' . 5 16
FOR SALE 224 acres in Linn county,
1"0 in cultivation; price $53 per
acre. 20 jac.res. 2 acre beaver
dam, 10 miles from Salem. A Weill
ert. Balem. Kt. 9. 5 13
MAN of wide experience, recently dis
charged from army, wishes to serve
as secretary or correspondence clerk,
(kimpleto satisfaction given as to
character and. qualifications. Ad
dress 223 care Journal. 5 18
MEN WANTED AT WEST LINN PA
PER MILLS, 42c HOUR, 8 HOUR
DAY. SEE JER.H. A. SW AFFORD
AT MILL OFFICE ACROSS RIVER
FROM OREGON CITY. dOOD HO
TEL PROVIDES CLEAN BEDS
20c; BEST MEALS 35c. tf
awrno-iMawn. fniw rim.
WANTED Middle need weman to
care for invalid"". 2090 Ferry. 5 13
WXNTED A Tvouiau to cook for six
or eight people, l'hone 3F11. Ad
dress box 43, Kt. 2, Gervnis, Or. tf
FOB SALE Two modern houses, 5
and S rooms. Prices not inflated.
Phone 159SM. tf
FOR KENT Fp to date modem flat,
close in. See R. B. Fleming, 230
Court St. l'hone 124 or 92. 5 13
WANTED Young Durham or Holsteia
cow, heavv milker. E. C. Heilman,
Rt. 2, Bulla. 5-14
FOR SALE -Cheap, 6 cylinder Cole, 7
passenger car in perfect condition,
cord tires; a snap. See it at 162 N.
Commercial street. 514
FOR SALE Remarkable value in
aj.jb.tlv tosod, test quality ladies
suits, hats, coats, sweaters, etc. 170
S. 15th. 5 14
GOOD 8 room house aud lot, barn and
wood shed for sale. Will take good
machine as part pavment. 13t't N.
4th St. l'hone 1430R. 5-14
i WANTED Place on a fruit ranch by
married man, can pick and pack
fruit. Address M-13 eare Journal.
FOR SALE Or trade, unincumbered
Salem property for farm. Albert
Liucgar, Kt. 2, box 13, SaJem, Oj-.
WANTED- By a middle age lady house
work in a small family iu or near
toown. Call at 2164 State St. or drop
a line to Mrs. L. Drydcn. 5-13
IStKi Overland $525
Steinbeck Junk and Auto Wrecking,
Phono 303, 320 N. Com. St. tf
FOR SALE Wagon, 2-horse cultiva
tor, 14 in. plow, 2 section drag, good
cow (fresh soon;) also want hauling
and 'Alivoring with. S ton truck.
Phono 1090M. 517
WILL the person who picked up rnack
inaw coat at Highland O E. sta
tion Baturday morning, please re
turn it to 2075 5th street. Reward.
FOR SALE 5 acre tract, 4 room
.house, barn, chicken house; 2 Mi acre
cherries prunes, apples, berries;
horse, fresh Jersey cow; term.
Phone 111F14. No agents. 5-17
FOR SALE 17 acre tract, 10 acre
bearing orchard, mostly prunes, some
pears, cherries, house, barn; located
on main highway out of Salem.
I'rice $5000. Address F W care
Journal. o 15
FOR SALE "7 acre, 58 acre Eng
lish walnut trees, 7 and 8 year old;
apple and peach fillers; 10 acres till-
nblo land, 9 acre timber. I'rice $190
. an acre. W. II. Orabenliorst Co.
273 State St. 5-14
A HOME, a living and a batik account
40 acres a few miles from Salem, 14
acres in prunes, fine crop this set-
ion; 4 acres of mixed orchard; good
improvements; fine spring and well
Water. The price is less than any
. land adjoining. Terms to sait. 11.
8. Raddiff, No. 4 Bnyno tldg. 513
MEN WANTED A agents in territor
ie Oregon to distribute the In
diana silo. A 'boni fide money mak
ing proposition. No investment re
quired. Excellent territories open,
liuild up a business of your own and
be assured of steady income. Of par
ticular interest to' progressive furm
ers. Writo or call at Chas. K.
Kpaulding compnny, Silo department,
for further information. 3-17
GOOD BUYS IN USED CARS
One 6 passenger ; Chevrolet, . 1917
One roadster, Chevrolet, 1910 model
Thcso cars are in fine condition.
We are in position to do your auto
repairing 'by an experienced workman.
All work guarantoed. flivo n a trial.
AMERICAN AUTOMOBILE CO.
197 8. Com'l St.
( adillnc truck $4iu .
Reo roadster $375
Cadillac touring car $150
American roadster $55
Marion Garage, Phone 302
FOR SALE Cheap, our large brick
block,' the new Marion garage, 35,-
000 feet of floor space; large 5 ton)
elevator, 12 largo office rooms; tne
most complete and largest building
in city. Half cash balance trade or
long time. ce R. R. Rrsn or P.
J. Koont for terms. v 5-ltt
SALE?,? AUTO EXCHANGE
GEO. 8PICER, Mgr.
' 29 State Street
We buy your car or sell on commis
sion. ' m
1917 T)nrt $")"" ' .
1916 Overland $"25
Maxwell, good as new; $.'"0
'j-ton new delivery ear, $275
TWENTY OTHERS TO PICK FROM
First class auto laundry and polish-
10 acres; a highly improved, sightly
heme, 9 room new house, basement,
hath, toilet, large halls and closet.
. Spring water to bouse and barn; i
acre timber, good family orchard )
and kerrie. Improvement cost more f
thaa price sked for property. Own-j
cr must be in Seattle Katurday; if;
yon want this come get busy. Price
:J.W0. Jfhn H. Scott Realty Co.
4.04 5 Hubbard tldg.
BEAVT1FFL home place of cue acre
for sale on reasonable terms, h
room modorn house, all kinds) of
fruit and berries. On paved street
sear car tine. Phone 2440 or address
Owaer, L care Journal. 5-13
WANTED A aumWr of .cheap in- I
statiment houses; also several small i
tract 5 to 10 acre. 1 have a clieut :
for a 5 or room bungalow, must ;
be up to date, in good condition. 1 ,
have a 5 room plastered house on !
paved street, sewer, city water; will :
ell for less than the cca of build- '
ing. Py t $150 per year at 6 per-
cent. List vour property with me. i
H. 8. Radctiff, 4 Bayne bliVg. 5 14 '
A GOOD 5 room plastered house with
large bath room and toilet; old barn,
la rjte lot, near V school, $1000,
$200 cash balance monthiy pay
ments; its a real bnv. John H.
Scott Realty Co., 40 Hubbard blibi
R-U-IIUNTING A FARR!
The following are in a high state
of cultivation; are not the kind that
are on the market every year or like
a one blade jack knife, for trade:
140 acres, 2.3 iu cultivation, 60 in
pasture balance in good 2d fir, the tim
ber will av vou out; close in, with
12 cows. 14,000.
100 acres; 95 in cultivation, Ualnnoe
timber; strictly modern improvements,
stock, machinery and grain go. $13,
500. 60 acres all under cultivation, fair
40 acres all under cultivation, mod
ern improvements; one aero of choice
family orchard. U take crop, $9000.
71 acres; 00 in bearing prune orch
ard, close in; the biggest baigaiu In
Marion county. $100 per acre, on
terms; the crop will go a long way ui
paring vou out this venr.
JOHN H. SCOn REALTY CO.
404 Hubbard building
2 acres, mostly cleared, 5 room house
city water, beautifully located in Falls
Citv. will- trade equity for cniem resi
dence or sell for $2000. This home
should appeal to some leggtr. Own
your own home and bo independent.
8 aere all river bottom, 3 in peach-
e, 3 in prune, aome logans, f uuu.
Thi tract would make a nice aide is-1
sue for some one living in town and
working for a salary,
10 acre, all cultivated, good house,
barn and other out buildings, on H
rock road, family fruit, the making of
a splendid chicken ranch, only $3500.
Will give easy term or take a house
in Sooth Salem of about half the val
ue. Thi place Is close in.
14 acre all in cultivation, 2'4 logan
family fruit, large .house, barn, equip
ped to keep 500 chickens, also farming
implement and stock goes; only VA
milea from center of Salem, $4000.
20 aere good saw timber, 1 mile
from Marion, a good investment, lum
br is high, only $1500, half cash, tal
anee 6 per eent. ' ,
Fine 40 cre dairy, elose to Salein,
will sell cows, all Implements, horse
or will retain all stock and sell cheap
er. -This is eJose a good opportunity.
. 50 acres, the best tiargain in vicinity
of Salem, good 'buildiirgs, 5 mile out,
only $160 per acre, very easy terms.
Land is all in cultivation. If you
tia-ven 't much money nnd want to make
a start thi is your chance.
,200 acres, 50 cultivated, 15 slashed,
125 tine oak timber, all good free soil,
close to Perrydale, only $0 per acre,
on cnv terms.
BOO acre stock ranch, well equipped
with stock, implements, good biiililing
2A miles from town; a rtunay goou
clianco for the right mnn.
700 acres, ithe making of the best
stock ranch in Marion county, on good
macadamized road and railroad sta
tion, only $20 per nere on easy tonus.
If this ad lncs not contain what you
arc looking for, come "in and wo u,
no mar tin ttWc to please vou. For
best buvs ne
' Bayne Building '
' 10 acre located on Jefferson way,
all cultivated, 5 acre 5 year old prune
30 acre tract, good 5 rcom house,
liarn; 11 acres 1 year old prunes, 4
acre cherries and prunes; 2 horses and
machinery, rock road, running wuter.
121) aero farm, NO acres under eulti
vntion, house, barn, some .timber.
' 10 acre bearing Italian prune orch
ard,, six and nine years old, located
four miles south. Price $5000.
Improved 9fi aern farm, house, barn,
family orchard, good road. Price alO,
000. . '
5 acre of first clas loganberry land,
all cultivated, located aouth of Ha-
lem. Price $!0.
Moilern 5 room bungalow locurted on i
paved afreet, east front. Price $2W4
cash, balance 6 percent interest.
5 acres bearing cherry orchard, lo
cated south of Kileja on rock road.
8ii room modern hons and two fine
lots, paved street, brarimr fruit, good
location. I'rice $2.VK, Vj caeh.
4 room modern bungalow located in
South fcalcm. Price $1250, $150 u-n,
balance $13 per month.
140 acres of first elas fsrm land in
high state of cultivation, 100 acres un
der cultivation and in crop, balance
pasture, running water. Price $"5 per
v re. Term.
If vou want to IwV trade or sell, ee
W. 1L CRABENIIORST & CO.
275 State street
You expect the local mer
chants to take your produce.
Help them do it with yonr pat
ronageBuild up Marion eoun-
Suits, Dresses, Coats and Dolmans
All SUITS and COATS
Double Header Wednesday Surprise
MUSLIN GOWNS ENVELOPE CHEMISE
See those new
Art Department ,
BRIGGS AUTO WOOD-SAW Attachment
Oh m rats II terdn ma, 3s cant
Goes Anywhere Any Auto.
BRIGGS I BURPEE CO, lot, Mancfadurtrs
278 Hiwthorn At., Portland.
Sand for Infoattlioa and lllustrata Clrcula.-
Two Unusual Wills Filed
With County Clerk Today
I'nder ordinary circumstance, a will
and lust testament is filed for record
after this death of the maker of the
will. But in wmie instance, a will is
filed for record in llie office of the
county recorder during the lifetime of
the maker, ia order to prevent any pos
sibility of the will Im'ci ining n-t.
Two wills were filed yesterday in
,!ic. office of the county recorder just
as a matter of seeurilty. The will of
( has. M. Phillips is rather unusual
Irom the fact that within five minutes
alter tho will was filed, a deed of trans
for was made conveying the same prop
(hi Xov. 23, 1915, Mr. Phillips of
Kcotts Mills, directs in his will (hut
lot 3 and the, north half of lot 4, and
lots 15 .iuid lrt in block 23 of the town
of Scott Mills, be the property of his
wife at a life interest, and that after
her oViith, be equally divided among
hi children. The will we filed for
record at 9:40 o'clock on the morning
of May 13, 1919. Five minutes Inter
there was filed for record a deed to
exactly the same, lots, conveying the
property to his wife.
The x'ond will filed this morning,
different from the usual was that of
! Michael Keitmeier of Hit. Angci. ai- (
tcr directing that his dwits and funeral
expense be paid, he will hi estate as
To Father Dominic, pastor. of St.
Mary' parish of Mt. An-el, the nm
of $"00 to be us .l hv 'iinr or hi fuc
eewior in St. Mary's parish ot Mt. An
gel for the purpose, of wiying masses
"To thn pastor of Rt . Jine.ph ' Ro
man Catholic church at Dedham, low
SV'OO to be given to said church as a
donation from me.
"To tho pastor of the Roman Cath
olic church at Marion South Ihtkota,
$200 to be given as a donation from
"To my daughter Zena Barth of Lo
Angeles, $9(HI in cash.
"To my daughter Terea Bcilmeier of
Lo Angeles. $2j cash.
I "To my daughter Anna Ahatz or
Council Bluffs. Iowa, MMt o.
"To my nice Iouisa Klkalrand of
Omaha, Neb. .0 cah.
"To Josnph ReitmeicT, Marion, 8.
Dakota, all the tola nee, of my estate,
real and personal."
The will of Michael Reitmeier 1
Our stock is Divided into 4 Lots
High grade novelty suits, smart new styles
selling to $75.00. The fabrics are those stylish
and dependable cloths now in demand '.
SERGES JRICOTINES, GABARDINES. ETC
In the season's accepted shades.
Silk and Serge Dresses. These were reg
ularly selling up to $13.00
SUITS selling up to $-17.50. Every suit is this
not listed above are heavily
omorrow s Dig
Tomorrow Only, Sale Opens 9 a. m.
You Can Always Do Better At
Li v ilOOODiOOOC
davted July 2, 1917, and witnessed at
Mt. Angel by Jos. J. Keber and C
J. Terhaar. '
(Capital Journal Special Service.)
Hosednln, Or., May 13. Fred Ocorgu
and family from Portland spent Sunday j
wish C. A. Htullcy'l. '
J. M. (lurdnor and wife motored t
Mrs. Cay ford (formerly Miss Edith j
I'arr) and husband visited R. M. Cam-,
niu.t"y iVuilm.kdiiv. Mnv 7. A reci'D I
tiiui was given them in the eveiinii.
Mr. and Mis. Cnyford will reside near
Mr. and Mrs. Dudley were ill Port laud
the fore inirt of lust week.
The Friends quarterly meeting here
begins Friday evening, May Id, nnd con
tinues till Hi.turilay evening. Revlvni
services begin at the church Sunday. I.
Lee of Salem will he the evangelist.
Mr. ( 'iiinniack was in Portland Mon
day mid Tuesday.
LABOR TJRGEJ ACCEPTANCE
J'aris, Mav 13. The opinion is grow
ing among British laboritca nnd the
Krench socialists that Germany' wisest
course is to sifctn the pence trinity, ac
cording to information from
They believe it is only a matter of a
year or two or thr.ee until there is a
labor government in Great Britain mid
a socialist goveninent ill France, when
it would be possible obtain evision of
the treaty along more libcrtil lines.
THE BAKE of old age L constipation. The bow
els becozac weak and unable to perform their
functions without aid. For this purpose only
the mildc:! and gentlest hxative should be used.
The use of harsh cathartics aggravates the trouble
and na' .es the constipation worse. Chamberlain's
Tablet; are a favorite with people of middle age
and elder on account of their gentle action.
BOMB PLANTERS SOUOHT
Chicago, May 13. Police hunted per
sons responsible for the explosion of a
bomb on the step of the home of Mich
ael Ready, president of tho Chicago
Contracting Team Owners' association,
here today. The bomb was a "homo
mndu" affair and did littlo damage.
Police believe there is some connec
tion between the bombing and killing
of William Marcliand, a teaming union
j worker, Sunday.
RUINS THE HAIR-
Girls if you want plenty df thick,
beautiful, glossy, silky hair, do by all
melius gel rid of ilundi off, for it wfcl
starve your hair and ruin it if you
don 't .
It doesn't do mm h good to try ti
bru-h or wti.CTi it out. The only mini
way tit .get rid o dandruff is to dis
solve it, then you destroy it entirely.
To do this, get about four ounces o
ordinary liquid iirven; apply it at niht
when retiring; use enough to moisten
the nc.'ilp and rub it in gently with tho
Hv morning most if not all, of Join
dandruff will bo gone, and (liree or
four more application will completely
i dissolve and entirely destroy every
jsinslo si)!n and truce of it.
Vou will I'lii'l. too, that all itching
and digging of the scalp will stop, anil
your hair will looK ami loci a mtmlroi
times lietter. Yen can get liipiid ai
von at any drug store. It is Inexpens
ive and four ounces is all you will
need, no matter how much dandruff
yon have. This simple remedy never