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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM. OREGON, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 11. 1919.
TWO good S ft.
hop stoves and pis
JOURNAL-WANT AD DEPARTMENT IS TEE BEST SELLING;
EMI IN 1IARI0H COUNTY-TRY THEM FOR RESULTS Wa m,
CLASSIFIED ADVEBTISTNO SATES: WANTED Team. Phone 26F5,
Bate per word
Each insertion -
BOOMS and apartments, 633 Ferry. 8-13
' 13 FOB SALE My modern 5 room eottege
on paved street, close in. Pkoue I-06
On week (6 insertions)
Bcfe Sell ej Four Years
WcsIJ Read Fran New
York to Dmcr, Colo.
One month (26 insertions).-
Fonr year ago yery few pe-jpio hau
lever heard of TanlBC, Today il un-
vt c ii f m MiiM favv i.i.. v...-: 1 I queetionaoly naa we largest sale oi any
: iii!8 13 i ' -i... . k-v,,j medicine ia tb world, a4 M
is J Wf.r
, i " w,Mra. " W "T known in Canada as in this country. In
' aud room. L L ear Journal. f-11 . . . . .... '
ti.- r.,.;.,.l j..pt,h1 will not be re- LOGANBERRY sicken wanted, l'hone' D"cr period
aoonsible for more than one insertion,
foi errors in Classified Advertisements
Bead your t-lvcrt;aent the first day
it appears and notify us iininediutely if
Minimum charge, 13c.
Bit fU wood for sale. Fhone 641W. tf.
WANTED Girl for housework; no
cooking, l'hone 1627, 461 N. High, tf
CANNING strawberries for sale, Phone
BOX tent new, cost $35, will take $C0.
fall 1272ft State bt. l'hone 1684, ti ll
617 WANTED To buy a eanoe. Telephone
1ksj or call at 260 8. 20th St. after
Phone R.r -13
FOR SALE Man's bicycle, also tobae
eo plants. Phone 70F18. -13
FOR 8ALE Cheap, good family range
for wood or coal, with gas attach
ment. Phone 630, Capital hotel 6 13
WANTED Lathen and
brief period ef only four years
time this now famous remedy has leap
ed from obscurity t the very pinacle of
success. Its fame in fact, has Ion,- since
spread beyond the limits of the conti
nent, and numerous inquiries regarding
It are now being received from many
Very few people, however, fully real
ise what a really wonderful record Tan-
lae has made. Indeed, if it were not
34x4 BOVAiL Cord tire and rim for
same lost Sunday. Leave with John
Parker at Studebaker garage. 6-11
FOR SALE Hammond typewriter as
good as new. Half price. 1257 Court,
l'hone 626. 611
plasterers. MIDDLE aged lady would like to ear-
fi-l a ill. i IP
" r.riii wiin m in h HtTtMi mm.ii. r,vrT . . . , .
u. ,,K c, Ru ti for the unquestionable tacts ana ligure
Meyer, 449 8. 18th Bt., Salem. 6-13 ont'by tU UTg laa bos,
dairv cows for sale.
CALVES I want 3 or 4 dty-oid calves
C. C. Russell, phone 3F3. tf
WANTED All kinds of chickens. Will
pay top price. Phone 1339J. tf.
WANTED Cattle and calves, any
kind. Phone 1576W. 6-27
FOR BALE Modern bungnlow, 5
rooms and bath, 2 lota. Price $1300,
part cash. Call owner, 972K. 6-12
FOR SALE Nice kale plants 23e per
hundred at Woodry's auctioa bouse,
on Fery St. Sat. morning. l'hone 33
FOR RENT In Turner, house, barn, 8
lots near -school, seven dollars per
month; sawmills here wanting men.
Box 5, Turner, Or. 6-11
WANTED Loganberry pickers, 2c
pound. Salem Huights, U. W. l'ara-
CAPABLE young man 28 years old,
wishes job driving ear or truck of
any kind. Will pay messenger, P.
M." 1610 Hall 1st. 6 11
known drug firms of the countiy the
story of its success would be hard to
Up to January first, the total salos of
Tanlae amounted to approximately
twelve million bottles. The demand
however is increasing, for during the
first ten weeks of this year over one
million bottles were sold and distiibut
ied in the United States and Canada,
'the exact figure being 1.306,176 in
At this rate, therefore, the sales for
he present year will amount to more
Who Is MISS PHOEBE PLUME?
She is dainty and neat; has a beautiful pink com
plexion and comes to you made up in
GOWNS - BLOOMERS
ENVELOPE CHEMISE- PAJAMAS
While this exquisite line of Undergarments have
a distinction of their own and are decided Novel
ties, you will find them priced surprisingly low.
You must certainly come in and see this wonder
i than five million bottles. This
WANTED AH kinds of cattle.
J AS. LYONS practical" painter.
FOR SALE Tent, bargain, tl3; 10x12
side walls: used once. Phone 1"25.
LADIES blue serge suit, will sell for
$13, cest $05; never been worn in
Oregon. Societv Tailors, 1272 Btate
Street. Phone 16S4. 6 11
WANTED Strawberry pickers.
25 HEAD of ewe to let on shares to
responsible party. Phone 1201. 8-12
WANT To rent soon, atrictly modern
7 or 8 room house, well located. Call
at 305 State street, near Commoicial.
Phone 239. tf
mon tliBt 17.000 bottles of Tanl.ic. will
RVG 9x12 in good condition, coxt $j5, ' be ,oW Aarxne eVery dav of the year.
win raxe f-Jj aiso oox eoucn aim
electric heater for sale cneap. la.i ..-. --li.,-
6-11 I TV. ;.i,r.ia mvm tnn timpndnlia fur
WANTED Woman cook. State
for deaf. Phone 646.
If. BEAVER, well driller, phone 827J.
1165 W. 19th St., Salem, Or. 7-7
1X)R SENT Furnished room, gentle
man preferred. Phone 2273S. 6 11.
"WANTED Top buggy, horse and har
ness. Reply by mail. Agent, 47S N.
Commercial St. Salem. tf
WANTED Loganberry pickers, Sa
lem Heights. M. F. Woodward, Bt 3.
box 111. Phone 112F4. 6-14
FOR SALE Two boilers, 1 eight horse
horizontal. Call at Capital City Co
Operative Creamery. tf
THE HAZELWOOD does shoe repair
ing, neatly done. 321 N. ComX St.
TRAILERS for sale and made to or
der. Woodry'e Auction Market, Fer
- ry and Liberty Sts. 615
WALL PAPER 15 cents per dcublo rcll
upward. Buren'i Furniture Store.
179 Commercial. . tf
FOR SALE 40 acre farm in crop, some
of best land in Oregon. For psrtie
nlars write owner, Rt. 1, box 42, Rc.io,
WANTED Woman to do a few hours
housework mornings. Good wcges.
Phone 1204. 6 24 1
LOST Agate brooch in damp setting,
r.gato red and white with distinctive
black marking in eenter resembling
Indian head. Roturn 818 Mill St. or
telephono 847M. Reward. 6 11
MONEY TO LOAN
Hawkins and Roberts
314 Masonic Building
or 21,000 bottles every hour of the av-
127214 Stato St. Phone 1684,
the average mind to grasp, Dit one
LOGANBERRY pickers wanted. ' 15 may visualise what twelve million hot
acres; transportation and wood free; ties tuean by imagining them laid out
tonts can be supplied, close to store in single, file end to end. Thus laid
with free delivery. Pay le per box they would make a track of Tantae
and e bonus for pickers slaying from New York through Chicago, aim
thru season. Phone 108F4. 6-17 on to Denver, Colorado; or they would
1 form a double track of Tanlae fiom the
A SNAP 160 teres extra fine tie t!m- Great Lakes to the Unit of Mexico, ru
ber one mile to S. P. loading station, ed end on end they would tower 13a
on good wagon road, 2 miles good times as high as Pikes Peak, or rise 13,
town. Land with timber $35 per acre.- 333 times higher than the Woolworth
J. P. Hart, Rt. 8, box 197, Salem, building in New York, the tallest buiul
Or. 6 11 ing in the world.
The demand for TnnJae has beenmt,
ULtoUii J AUIU LAUiAriUt!med r other prepa
rations nave oeen, is now recsonea dt
V8ED CARS BOl'OHT FOB CASH .load. In proof of this it is a notewor-
FOR SALE 22 acres of choicest land
in Willamette valley, 13 mile to
street car line on rock road. All in
crop, also cherries, apples, prunes and
berries. Good modern 9-room house
with bath, hot and told water. Any
one interested in ft good Buy pnone
WOOD SPECIAL 10 days, IS
cords big body fir wood at $7
per cord; 60 cords 2nd growth
fir wood at $6.50 per cord. G
II. Tracy Wood Co., Thone 520.
OR SOLD ON COMMISSION.
1915 Overland $500
1914 Overland $475 eiy term
2 1917 Fords, good bnya
1916 Ford $3)10
1914 Ford $275
Ford sedan, $675.
1916 Ford, perfect eonditioa, $373.
2-ton lumber truck at a bargain.
We wreck autos for their parts, this
enables you to get old car parti at
a bargain. Cash price paid for junk
Vi ton Ford truck, thoroughly over
6-passengor Studcbaker, $180. -849
N. Com'l St Phone 666
CHILDREN'S WASH DRESSES
This is not a Sale of Odds and Ends, or "inferior
Dresses in material or workmanship,--but a
Real Sale of
designed and cut in the very 'newest style that
will please the little "Miss."
Made up from QUALITY PERCALES, GINGHAMS AND CIIAMBRAYS
in the season's accepted colors, in PLAIN, STRIPES, CHECKS, and PLAIDS.
Ages 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6 years. All priced at attractive prices for this week.
WANTED 5 logiinberry picker", fam
ily preferred; tent, stove and Wood
furnished. Address G. A. Wailing, Rt.
HAVING sold my farm, will sell my
large team and nearly new wagon
ami harness at sacrifice. Call lbKl-1
WANTED Grocery store with living
rooms; location city or eountry. State
terms. Address 470 eare Jour
FOR SALE 5 room house, two rors,
good garden, all kinds fruit; $600. No
incumbrance. l'hone owner 13'J3. 6-29
MEN WANTED AT WEST LINN
PAPER MILLS, 42c HOUR, 8 HOUR
DAY. SEE MR. H. A. 8WAFFORD
AT MILL OFFICE ACROSS RIVER
FROM OREGON CITY. GOOD HO
TEL PROVIDES CLEAN BEDS 20e;
BEST MEALS, 35c. tf
SALEM AUTO EXCHANGE
GEO. BPICER, Mgr.
229 State Street
We buy your car or sel on. commission
3 Fords, $375
1913 Chevrolet $(100
-1916 Studebaker $500
Fine Little roadater cheap.
Maxwell, good as new, $550.
Light delivery car, $2"0.
Overland rondHter, .r'5.
TWENTY OTHERS TO PICK FliOM
Biina your roiiair work in. Expert me
chanic in charge.
WANTED $1300 on a new tractor out
fit and next year's crop, piy i per
ecnt Bt. 2, box 40, Rickreall, Or.
FOR SALE Englewood property, mod
era house, 6 rooms, fine location,
garage, 2 lots, plenty fruit trees, fine
, gtwden. Only $500. E. E. Tripp, In
depenilenc.e, Or. -13
Parties or firm financially and other
wise able to give proper representa
tion in Balftm and other towns in Ore
gon for a moderately priced automo
bile tire of unquestionable and proven
merit. Want live wires and to such will
make good retail proposition, give ex
clusive and opportunity to make mon
ey. Address 522 Aldor street, Portland,
OENT8 suit in good condition $13; al
to nice overcoat $10. If you want
something good for the money
Society Tailors, 1272 State
NOTICE OF SALE OF GOVERN
MENT TIMBER, tlencral Land Office
Wsimrtn. D. C. Mav 16, 1MI. Notice
is herobv eiven thnt subject to the con
ditiorrs nd limitations of the Act of
June 9. 1916, (39 Stat., 218), and the
instructions of the Secretary 01 the
Interior of Rnptember 15, 1917, the tim
, ber on the following lands will be sold
J,.l 16. 1915. at 10:30 0 clock a. m
; Ut public auction at the United States
WAINTHD To lease apt, house furn- , K Portland. Oreiron. to the
ished or nnfnroished, y reirpon- j-i, bidder at not lesa than the ap
bl partie Geo. J. Parka, 34J5 a ifni vaiu4j Ba ,howB by this notice,
I sale to be subject to the approval or
the Secretary of the Interior. The pur-
High St. Phone 645.
"WANTED Maa to cut 8 or 19 cords
of second growth fir wood, on Wal
lace road, 1 mile north of west end
f steel bridge in Polk county, good
timber, level ground. J. L. Purvine.
Ml Oak street. tf
Ftimihtng and Watea Bytems Installed
by EASES EROS, 141 South Liberty
sL, Phone 650. Also agent for TaJUr
VankaM'Tme Gag Engine.
ehe price, with an dmtuna. sura I
rlfth of one tier rent thereof, be
ing commissions allowed, must be de
n,.td at time of sale money to be
returned if snU is not approved, other
iM matent will issue for the timber
which must be removed within ten
j oars. Bide will be received from ertr
ijwne of the United State, associations
n rnu-h ritixens and corporations or-
eanised onder tho laws of the nited
StaU-s or any state, territory or dis
tnct thereof only. Upon application of
qualified pnrchMer, the timber on
any lrga! subdivision will be offered
sepsrately before beiosr included in
r ff of a larrer Bnit. T. 1 8- B.
5 'v.. Se. 20. ft'! SW red fir,
19i. M not to be sold for lea than
il M nor M T. 3 P.. R. 5 E.. Bet. 31
SW4 4, red fir, 650 M. not to b
sold for but than IJ per m.
Commissioner, General Lnd Offif.
WESTERN JTJNS A SALVAGE
We buy all kinds of junk, hard
ware, furniture, tools, machin
ery. There is hardl) an item
we do not buy.
Phone 700 402 N. Coml.
BETTER REALTY BUYS
thy fact that the leading druggist job
bers everywlere now buy Tanlae al
most exclusively la ear load lots. lo
supply the Paeifie coast trade alone re
quires from forty to fifty ear loads
per year jobbers of the middle west
are selling from seventy to eighty ears
The well known drug firm of Hessig-
Ellis Drug company ef Memphis, Tenn
essee, baa sold over forty ear loads
since the introduction of Tanlae in that
state four years ago.
Within the past ninety days, ten ear
loads of Tanlae have gone to supply
the demand of British Columbia, Sss
katchewan, Alberta and Manitoba,
The Owl Drng eompany of San Fran
cisco, the lnrsest retail druggists on
the Pacific coast, state that they have
old more than 180.000 bottles at 're
tail, which surpasses the remarkable
record of tho Jacobs Pharmacy com
pany of Atlanta, who have sold ap
proximately 80,000 bottles at retail.
Tanlae is eoniosed of the moht ben
eficial roots and herbs known to science
The formula complies with all national
and stato pure food and health laws n
both the United States and Canada;
and absolute merit and merit alone is
responsible for its phenomenal and tin
precede uted success.
Tunisia is sld i" Salem by Dr. S. C.
Stone, in Hubbard by Hubbard Drug
Co., in Mt. Angel by Ben (ioodi, in
fiervais by" John Kelly, in Turner by
H P. Cornelius, in Wondburn by Ly
man H. Shorey, in Pilverton by Oeo.
A. Bteellinmmer, in Oates by Mrs. J.
P. McCurdv. in Stay ton .by C. A.
Befiuebamp. in Aurora by Aurora Drug
Store, in St. Paul bv Groceteria Stores
Co.. in Donald bv M. W. Johnson, n
Jefferson by Foshrv k Macon, end in
Mill City by Mnrketeria tiro. v.o.
The Utility Garment
OUR PRICES ALWAYS THE LOWEST
Elks Organize Woodkrn
. For Salrabon Army M
As a first move in the campaign ef
tho Elks to raise the required quota of
the county for the Salvation army, a
meeting was hflld last evening at Wood
burn, when Arrangements were made
for a general mass meeting to be held
at that pla.-e next Monday evening.
At this meeting tne proRrnm ui
elude singin? bv Mr. llallie Pirnrh
Durdall and O. L. McDonald. The ad
drew of the tvwinc will be delivered
by Chan, V. Galloway.
Should Lieutenant Iimar Tonzo ro
tnrn from France by aext Monday, he
also will deliver an address. There
will also be the Elks band. '
Jst to demonstrate airplane mail
service, W. 1.. Tonw, feiicra! manager
of the csmpaipii fr the Salvation army
(iiivernor Olcott some ad
vertising matter for tno mummy hikim
meeting, which was delivered in
burn 7 minutes after tnu .-'.
The package waq dropiwd from an ai
titude of 2,000 feet.
It is understood that a nninoer ei
Salem Elks are arranging to nttenn tne
Monday nij'it Woodbura meeting.
Boston .... 7
St. Louis 1
Nehf and Wilson. Goodwin
Clemons. (Fourth inning.)
e!c.. r.. u.j. n...
Ca!y Three !iscr Decisions
Eight beautiful lots in the Oaks au
dition (restricted) $100 each and as
sume street assessments. Average pike
$550 each. A choice investment.
(List your lots with Niemeyer)
Fully modern nine room bungalow,
built six years; ally lot; $2500. A fine
buy. Just off South Commercial street
close in. .
(List your house with Niemeyer)
13 acres with 74 aere 10 yea old
prunes; 3 acres loguus; 1 tt-ra iMfnct;
4 room house, barn, etc, $4A0O.
(List your fruit tract with Niemeyer)
130 acres; 40 seYes bearing prune.
Small quantity of timber, balance cul
tivated. Near Salem, fitKJ aa acre. This
a genuine (nap.
(List your orchard with MemayerJ
110 acres all cultivated except saall
pasture 8 miles from Salem oa road lo
be paved. Excellent building and
fine fern property. $130 an acre.
(List your farm with Niemeyer)
40 aeres adjoining Went flalem. No
buildings. 25 acres cultivated. Fine
prune proposition, $10,000.
BUYERS bur from NXEMETXB
He's got the good.
Branch o'fice at DmIVm Independ
ence and bUlvertoa with s lire sales
215-216 Masonle building, 8ALEM.
Salem is the best little city in the
Paeifie northwest, if you only knew It.
The Journal etaswifisd ad are
great favoritna with people who
do things Try eft
THEY R GOING
That 300 acre river bottom farm has
. . t i at n.A.
gone, w nave aaouicr imgcr,
good improvements, farm machinery,
good team, 1 cow, 3 shoats, 35 chick
eiiay family orchard, grape and ber
rie; 13 acre nay, acre Deans,
acres corn, 4 potatoes and a tine gar
d,s. Move right on and ake every
thing for $ftw0 on good terms.
1 ft . "T . ....I
Otj acre on river iimwi uiuc uui,
in crop: tase n o your own irmm,
$125 per acre.
in seres s asue enr; in mni
. . . . ...... 4
prune. 4 sy, sump pasture;
room aouae. car ana rnicxen nuusc.
This ia ft rl ena. f lOOO.
15th, aad Ferry, two cottage on one
large lot, $1700; good terms.
Lot with sew cottage, 6 rooms;
fruit and rood zrden near new park
ins plant a i'ortlaad road; $1400,
Bungalow, I years old, 5 rooms, nice
Tot and fruit, oa Highland ave. $10OO
New, strictly modern bungalow near
fair grounds, 7 rooms, lrgo lot;
beauty; ask u a:ut it
JOHN IL SCOTT REALTY CO.
404 Hubbard bldg.
Resignation Of Assistant
Librarian Is Accepted By
Board At Monthly Meeting
At the monthly meeting of the library
board on Monday afternoon, the restg-
nation of Mrs. Blanche Howard as first
assista-it was received. The boaid ac
cepted the resigsation wth expression
of appreciation for the seven years of
faithful service which Mrs. Howaid has
give to the library. She reaign to ac
cept the position of librarian of trie
public library at Winterset, Iowa, where
she will assume the duties on Septem
bor first. Mrs. Howard will leavs Sa
lem to spend vacation month in Mon
tana and Iowa; her home wa formerly
in the latter state.
Other business transacted by the
board concerned the charges of fines on
overdue books. The fin of two-cents
day n children' books was not alt
ered, bnt the fine of five cents ft day
os adult boks was reduced tn two cents.
A adiltiinn&l eharrre of five rmll will
be made when a notice of overdue books
is msiled to the borrower. The levying
of fine seems necessary to secure tae
prompt return of book hut tne twain
witsesto make the pnnishmffln a light
t will be effective ia order that pa
trons may not be discouraged from the
use of the books for financial reasons.
Woodward, Smith, Packard and-i
Cady; Douglas, Meadows and Killifer.
n n e
New York 7
Leonard and Ainainilh; tjuinn and
llannnh. (Seventh inning.)
R II E
St I.ouis 4 8 2
Philadelphia 3 5 0
Shocker and Heveroid; lfodgers, Jas
per and lerkins.
Chicago 3 7 P
Williams and Liun; Mays and
R H E
Cleveland 3 7 0
Washington - 13
Uhl, Jameson and O'Neill, Nuna
maker; Harper and Gharrity.
Only throe decisions of minor im
portance wero hanued down by tho
supreme court this week. The ease
of Stat of Oiegon vs. W. Moss wa
appealed from Harney comity, Daltoa
Biggs judge. Decision by Judge Johnt-.
Suit was instigated because or alleged
larceny of stock, the case being com
plicated with an agreement. Tltf
judgment of the lower court was siw
tained. The case of Gruut ('limine. Co. vs. J.
D. .Marks, it al, was appculed frmu
Grant euuiilv, Paltun H,ck judKe.
Thw was a suit in equity, the jduintiff
eliiiming to he the assignee of a cer
tain leuse and option contract. It wan
ull.ncl liuit i.laiiitit'fs did net fulfill
their contract, that property was legal
ly almniloticd.aiid I lie contract was as
signed to other parties. The judgment
of the lower court was affirmed. De
cisioii by Justice Bennett.
The rase, of Cliiiiiiicey LcVee v.
Jucob LcVee was ajxuled from Ben
ton county, 0. T. rkipworth jmlgo.
This was a suit to recover oa contract,
and which fraud is alleged. Court
held that there was no prima facie evi
dence of fraud and tho decision of the
lower cocrt was reversed. Decision by
DEALS IX EXAL ESTATE
New York, Joa 10. liberty bond
3'4' 99.42 off J01; first 4 95.32,
off .06; second 4' 91.30, off .04; first
4V 93.76, off .04; sncond 4 'h 94.54
off .14: third 4'4' 95.44, off .06:
fourth 4Vi W.64, off .20; Victory 4 , Pittsburgh
.V4 ' 9954, ff .04; 3 34 ' 100.02, op , Cadore, Smith
.02. 'and Schmidt.
TODAY'S BALL SCORE
From Grove to Can to You
Bthr.pp and fionitales; Rentier
Wingo. (Seventh inning.)
ROUTE YOUR FREIGHT VL
Express Service at Freight Rates
Long Distance Hauling Only