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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM. OREGON, THURSDAY, JUNE 12. 1919.
1 THE JOURNAL'S NEW TODAY I
JOURNAL WiNT AD DEPARTMENT IS THE BEST SELLING
HEDIUM IN MARION COUNTY TRY TEEM FOR RESULTS
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Bead your rdvsrt;enciit the first day
it appears and notify us imiueUiUely if
11 inimum eharge, 13e.
WANTED Team. Phone 26F5, 613
ROOMS and apartments, 633 Ferry. 6 13
FOK SALE By owner, lot 50x100 close
in. Phone 1038. 6 13
JjOOANBERKY pickers wanted. Phono
FOR SALE Man's bicycle, a!so tobac
co plants. Phone 76F12. 613
WANTED Lathers and
FOR SALE Ford roadster 1917 iodc,
new tires. Price $325. Phone 433. 6-12
"WANTED Girl for housework; no
eooking. Phone 16-7, 461 N. High, tf
CANNING strawberries for sale. Phone
CALVES I want 3 or 4 dny-oid calves
. C. C. Kussell, phono 3F3. tf
WANTED All kinds of chickens. Will
pay top price. Phone 1339J. tf.
WANTED Cattle and calves, any
kind. Phone 1578W.
WANTED All kinds of cattle.
JAS. LYONS practical painter. Phone
WANTED Strawberry pickers.
XS 11BAD of owe to let on sUaros to
responsible party. Phone 1204. 6-13
WANTED Woman cook. State school
far deaf. Phone 646. . 612
W. BEAVER, well driller, phona 8B7J.
1165 N. 19th St., Salem, Or. 7-7
JPOH 8AJH Modern bungalow, 5
rooms and bath, SI lots. Priee $1300,
part cash. Call owner. 97UK. 612
WANTED (LoRRaberry piekora, 2c
pound. Salem Heights, C. W. Park
R SAILS Teat, bargain, $13; 10x12
aide walls; used once. Phone 1523.
WANTED To buy a canoe. Telephone
10S3J or call at 260 8. 20th St. after
FOR SALS; Cheap, good family range
for wood or coal, with fits attach
ment. Phone 630, Capital hokl. 6 13
MIDDLE afjed lady would like to car
respond with middle aged man. Ever
Meyer, 419 S. ISth St., Salem. 6 13
WANTED Top buggy, horse and hr.r
ness. Reply by mail. Agent, 473 N.
Commercial St. fialem. tf
WANTED Loganberry picker, Sa-j
lcra Heights. M. F. Woodward, Bt. 3.
box 111. Phone 112F4. 6 14
FOR BALE Two boilers, 1 eight horse
' horbsontnl. Call at Capital City Co-.
Operative Creamery. tf
THE HAZELWOOD does shoo repair
ing, neatly done. 321 N. Cum'l. St.
TR AILER3 for sale and made to or
der. Woodry's Auction Market, Fer
ry and Liberty Bts. 6-1S
WALL PAPER 15 cents per double rrll
upward. Buren's Furniture Store.
179 Commercial. tf I '
I NOTICB OF SALE OP OOVERS-
rOK RALE 40 acre farm in crop, some; MENT TlMJtER, (Jeneral Land Office
of best land in Oregon. For pftrtie- j Washington, 1). ('. Mav 16, 1HIH. Notice
nlars write owner, Rt. 1, box 42, ficio, j is hereby given that subject to the eon
Ore, 6-19, ditiona and limitations of tho Act of
; Juno 9, 1919, (39 Stat., 218), and the
WANTED Woman to do a few hours instructions of the Secretary of the
housework mornings.' Good wsgs. ! Interior of September 15, 1917, the tira
Phene 1204. 6 24 ber on the following lande will be sold
; July 16, 191C, at 10:30 o clock a. m.,
FOB SALE 5 room house, two tors, I st P"blie auction at the United States
Itood garden, all kinds fruitr V00. No '"n(1 office at Portland, Oregon, to the
incumbrance. Phone owner 1393. 6-i biirhit bidder at not lea than the ap-
I pri.t value a shown by this notice,
WANTED-J1300 on a new tractor out-1 e J bf tha. approval of
fit and next year's crop, psy i per
teni. lit. 8, box 40, Rickreall Or.
' 6 14 il
FOB SALE Rsglewood property, mod
era house, 6 rooms, fine location,
igarage, lota, plenty fruit trees, fine
irarden. Only $2500. E. E. Tripp, In
dependence, Or. . 6-13
WANT FID To lease apt. boos furn
ished or ejnfornished. by renpnnei
ble parti e Geo. J. Parks, 3,5 .
High St. Phnne 645.
WANT To rent soon, strictly modem
7 or I room kouw, well located. Call
at 305 Sate street, near Commercial,
WANTED Maa to cut's or It cords
of second growth fir wood, oa Wal -
Ure road, 1 mile north of west ndolv,- r. to
f std bridge in Polk eoiir.tr, good
timber, level ground. J. L. Purvine.
61 Oak street. " tf
FOR SALE Young Jersey milk tow.
Pho:se S3Z9H. 614
FOR SALE Piano, good as new cheap
take liberty bonds. Box 67. 6-i3
FOB SALE Shetland pony. Phone 794
or 2"10J2. 6-13
YOVXlJ lady attending business col
lege, wishes place to work for boau
and room. L L cure Journal. 6 13
WANTED Loganberry pickers, pay 2a
per box. h. A. Auf ranee, Puoiie 6o
BOY who fan milk wants work on farm
Phono 842 or call at 318 Mill St.
Dallas Or. 6 12
FOR SALE Or trade for eows, to
Fillipiuo ponies. 1412 N. Capitol,
FOR SALE Or trade house, im Cross
St. Inquire at 1895 Fairgrounds toad.
FOR RALE 5 passenger Reo, perfect I
condition. Inquire Marion garage, 233
8. Com 'I. . tf
FOR SALE My modern 5 room cottr.ge
on paved street, close in. Phone 12..6
WANTED Cigar and confectionery
Move, state terms. X J care Journal
TRUCK at a bargain, 1 ton, skid
chains; truck only used a few months
Owner leaving town. Lee L. Gilbert,
Elgin 8' agency, 158 a Com. St.
INCH EASE your worth, fine little 5
acre tract for sale few miles from
Salem, house, barn, well, garden, auaw
betiica, raspberries and flow-.-rs, 444
care Journal. tf
FOR EXCHANGE An eighty acr
tract of rough but well located land
in southern Oregon, for property in
or near Salem. Some good accessible
timber. Phone 1037W. 8-12
F0" SALE Nearly one acre of lan
ith neat five room bungalow,
paved street and streetcar line. Best
of water, with private water system.
One half acre loganberries. Price
'J8."0. Inquire at 2503 Fail gi mind
FOR SALE Golf clubs, my own hand
mndc from the best selected hickory
and persimmon; all clubs guaranteed;
will piece all shafts that break thru
bud material. Geo. II. Eddy, 04 a
15th street, Corvallis. 6-18
MONEY TO LOAN
Hawkins and Roberts
314 Masonic Building
FOR RALE 22 acres of choicest land
in Willametto valley, 13 mile to
street car line on rock road. All ii
crop, also cherries, apples, prunes and
berries. Good modern 9-roo'u house
with bath, hot and cold 'water. Any
one- interested In & good buy phone
WOOD SPECIAL 10 days, 75
cords big body fir wood at 17
per cord; 60 cords 2nd growth
fir wood at fi.GO" per eord. G
II. Tracy Wood Co., Fhone 520.
MEN WANTED AT , WEST LINN
TAPER MILLS, 42e HOUR, 8 HOUR
DAY; SEE MR. H. A. 8WAFFOBD
AT MILL OFFICE ACROSS BIVEB
FROM OREGON CITY, GOOD HO
TEL PROVIDES CLEAN BEDS 20c;
BEST MEALS, 35c. , tf
the 8rretary of the Interior. The par-
j chase priee, with an additional sum of
'one fifth of one per cent tht-reof, be
ing eommiasious allowed, must be do
pi siUvl at time of sale money to be
returned if sale is not approved, other
wise patent will I pen for the timber
I whirh must be removed within ten
years. JMs will be received from cit
izen of the Vnited Statna. associations
of such eitirens and corporations or
rardwd under the laws ef the sited
Mates or anr state, territory er dia
'H.tricl thereof only. I'pon applicitioa of
jg) (n lifted parch.iser, the timber on
any legal subdivision will be offered
separately before bing inrladed ia
any effer of a lnrer nnit. T. 1 8., B.
5 K., See. 20, SWVi red fir,
1 1 M.f not to-be M for lem than
! ' -per M T. 3 S , B. IS E., 8ee. 31,
ld for less than 1,23 per M.
CoramisstoMr, GeoeraJ Land Office-
fOR BEXT Modern seven mem house
Pho-e 473 R. 113
WANTED Toung man at Gray Belle.
WANTED Hens, highest market pr.ee
paid. Steusloff Bros. Ine. 12
FOB SALE 13 acres set to prunes, w"l Hurley, of the V. S, kbippiugi
been well eared for, trees thrifty, board todty issued the following apiveal j
well located south of Salem; price country for assistance in n:ani.ing I
same as bare land adjoining. Bea- ,n0 BFW merchant marine, a task which
onable terms if desired. Address h characterised as one of the press- j
Prunes care Journal 6-jg ing problems of the hour in the na-u i
- '-- ttio's economic readjustment tu peaco !
WANTED For cash, a strictly mod- conditions:
ern bungalow, must have hot water "The backbone of i merchant ma
heat. In vicinity of stato house or riue ara the men who are in it. We
university preferred. Also should nwst have the best obtainable erewa fur j
have more than one lot with fruit our w merchant ships. The need Is
My customer , states that the prica pressing. American veswls in American I
is not so much the object r.s the home Vna toaay are calling tor Ameucan
C. W. Niemeyer, 13 216 ilasonie crews for mates, engineers, seamen.
building, " tf firemen, cooks end stewards who are1
I American citizens. !
"It is as vital to the nation's pros 1
acres; transportation and wood free; perity that we have efficient American j
tents can be supplied, elose to store crews on the ships of the new merchant
with free delivery. Pay ltjc per box marine as it is for the railroads to have
and e bonus for pickers staying skilled and loyal train crews. Evry
thru season. Thone 10SF4. 6-17 American farmer, business man and
manufacturer, is directly interested, in
OLESON'S AUTO ECHANS.lnrtudu-ytUr:
USED CARS BOFCHT FOR CASH
OR SOLD ON COMMISSION.
1913 Overland 500
1914 Overland 473 ezv terms
2 1917 Fords, good buys
1916 Ford $300
1914 Ford 275
Ford sedan, $675.
1916 Ford, perfect condition, 373.
2-ton lumber truck at a bnrgam.
We wreck autos for their parts, this
enables you to. get old car parts at
a bargain. Cash price psid for junk
i ton Ford truck, thorough!' over -
5-pasnenger Rtudebaker, $180.
849 N. Com'l St. Phona 666
SALEM AUTO EXCHANGE
GEO. SPICES, Mgr.
829 Stat Street
We buy your car or sell oa eoainiasiea
3 Fords, 375
1916 Chevrolet $600
1916 Studcbaker $500
Fine Little roadster cheap.
Maxwell, good as new, $550.
Light dolivery ear, $200.
Overland roadster, $525.
TWENTY OTHERS TO PICK FROM
Bring your repair work in. Expert -ehanie
WESTERN JTJNK ft SALVAG1
f COMPANY. .
We buy all kinds of junk, hard
ware, furniture, tools, machin
ery. There is hardlj an item
we do not buy.
Phone 706 402 N. Coral.
yriiciice io oecome merchant marino or-
FOR RALE OR EXCHANGE jficcrs. We will train such men in navi
By H. E. Bolinger, 528 Hubbard bidg pa'lon, without cost to them, for sec
Fine home with 12 acres of land, 5 on& or tair(l mate's licenses. We will
room modern house, good barn, 6 acres a tin high school graduates who
Dcanng orchard, balance crop; clot
in. Will take some good tiade.
5 acres well improved on Pacific,
highway south. Prieo $2500. Will tako average f $l.-)6 a month, with boaid
trade up to $1000, or easy terms. andquarterg free. Second' mate average
2 splendid 4 room modern honscs a" R' month,
a bargain, ., "We also want to hear from niachin-
Beautiful 7 room bungalow with rv- ""'l engineers, and will train them,
erv convenience, for less than cost to J tnfl beat technical colleges, for en
build, pincers' licenses in the merchant marine
2 good business propositions, A p want to hear alj from merchant
splendid modern dwelling, a new storo mcrine officers who want a raiso in rat
building, and good stock of groceries, inS- .We will help them get it,, with
nil clear. Want a good farm eloso iu. ',pc instruction.
This is a well established business. I "Tho shipping board will welcome
A neat 4 room modern house, storo letters pr telegrams on this subject con
building and small stock of groceries, 'aining applications or suggestions,
largo lot on paved street, all clear. T1,(v may be sont direct to the director
Wii'it to soil; will take sonic trade. of be board's recruiting service, llon
10 acres well improved, close In; T Howard, at the Custom Houfe, Bos
will accept part pnrchr.se Trice In a ton."
good city property, .
BETTER REALTY BUYS
Eight beautiful lots in the Oaks au
dition (restricted) $100 each and as
sume street assessments. Average price
$050 each. A choice investment.
(List your lots with Niemeyer)
Fully modern nine room buugulow,
built six years; ally lot; $2,300. A fine
buy. Just off South Commercial street
(List your house with Niemeyer)
13 acres wilh 7W. a'ree 10-year old
prunes; 3 acres logans; 1 tc.re cUerricf;
4 room house, barn, etc, $4')00.
(Lint your fruit tract with Niemeyer)
130 acres; 40 acres bearing prunes.
Small quantity of timber, balance cul
tivated. Near Salem, $200 an atra. This
a genuine snap.
(List your orchard with Niemeyer)
11!V acres all cultivated, except small
pasture 8 miles from Salem an road to
be paved. Excellent buildings aad a
fine farm property. $130 an aare.
(List your farm with Niemeyer)
40 acre cdjoining West Ralea. No
buildings. 25 acres cultivated, Fine
prune proposition, $10,000.
BITYEEa tray from HIEMETXB
He's got the goods.
Branch office at Dnlloe Independ
ence and Silvcrton with lire sales
TiS 216 Masonie building, SALEM.
Snlem Is the beet little city in the
Pacific northwest, if yon only knew It.
The Jonrnal elaesifle.l ads are
sreat favorite with people who.
do things TV aa
HURLEY VGIGES FLEA
daima Of Sm Bod
Says KscrclJ Needed
To Man Vessels.
Washington, June 12, Chairman EJ-j
emcierct management at sea of the
great fleet on which so much of the
nation's money has been spent. ,
"It is the patriotic duty cf every
citizen not to forget the n'eedj -of the
merchant marine, our third arm of ser
vice in peace or war. We have the ships
it depends on the people whether we
shall have" the men to run them as they
should be run, for best interests of Au-
"ican b"i,, '"t lust and air the
lm9, ' j
ur VTnt greatest need is to get
ouch with the American boys who
, ld man these ships. The need is so
urgent that I hope every newspaper in
the country will take notice of il; that
cverv nreacher will mention it fi.m hi.
IriulDit: that everv eitv anil tnwn 41,
its officials, its chamber of commerce
or other civic bodies, will niako a ean
vas of the -young men ia the communi
ty who might be available for training
as merchant mariners, with a view of
becoming officers, or shipping agents or
foreign trade representatives for Amer
ican interests la the future
"The shipping board will give He
fullest cooperation to any community
wishing to send it boys for the merchant
marine. Applicants for training will be
directed to the nearest enrolling agent,
of which the board haa 3700. Those ac
cepted will proceod to a seaport with
out cost for railroad fare, which will
ba refunded to thera by the board. They
will be plaeed on training ships, on pay,
pat Into uniform, and taught the funda
mentals of their new trade before be
ing sent to sea in merchant crows.
"We want American boys from 18
yeari old np. We want them now, with-
out a, day's delay. We can take nil ot
jthe right kind who come. We also want
more mature material. Exservice men
are welcome, especially former navy
inen who are qualified by seagoing ex-
naTe Decn one year at sea, for third
.mnte's licenses. Third mates In the
morchnn marine arc now earning nn
I ' .
nA.nibi-T rent furnished hmisA
by responsible parties. Writo M4
J.are Journal. 6 18
WANTED Steamer trunk in good con
dition. Write 513 care Journal 6 1!
FOR 8ALF, Good 8 room house, cor
ner lot 75x138 feet paved street, nn
Fairmomit hill.' Address A X B care
FOB SALE Good clover bay in tin
shock, $15 per ton by we'i;1it.
mile ennth of Pratnm, Fred de VH",
Phone 23FI1. 6 12
LOST Stick pin, green bug setting.
On Commercial or Jefferson road.
Reward. Phone 9F3. 6 12
FOB RENT Well furnished and at
tractive honsekeeping rooms, close in.
641 Mill St. Mrs. Eugene Prewott.
WANTED A good capable young wo
man to take care of a baby wnil act
as companion. Tel. 459 or call at
1623 Court street. 6 i3
MONEY to loan on any good real or
personal property. No delay. John
II . Scott Realty Co, 404 Hubbard
36 ACRE BARGAIN
35 acre r.11 ia cultivation with nrw
5 room residence and good new barn
and good wire fences. Most all in good
crop, 10 acres in fine clover. Located
on lTowelT Prairie irr school and
chnrch. This is a swell little f.rm for
I2VM) cash. 5 years on remain
der at 6 jwert. Tin crop goes 1 tak
ea before the clever is cut.
IN H srnn REALTY CO
404 HubUrd bldg. 12
Creae da Chine
Ladies Ready to Wear Section
EXTRA SPECIALS ON COATS, SUITS AND DRESSES. THIS IS THE SEA
SON'S CLEAN-UP, THE EVENT YOU HAVE WAITED FOR. SPECIAL
RACKS IN THE AISLES.
Kozv Union Suits Embroideries White Silk Hose
For Summer 1 4-inch First "Meyers
Wear Quality Cambric Quality"
59c 13c. 2 Yards 25c $129
The utility Dress
Made up to retail
Special Prices on children's
Coats and Skirts Lace Nets Wool Poolias
Odd Assortment Put in Three HG-inch Solid
Values up to $35 Lots Colors
$5.00 19c. 27c. 37c S9c
THESE ARE JUST A FEW ITEMS TO SHOW THE OFFERINGS AND VAL
UES IN THESE "STAR" SPECIALS FOR SATURDAY'S SELLING. EVERY
' DEPARTMENT HAS
SPECIALS. Look for the Star
Next Saturday Is BARGAIN DAY
You Can Always
TOR RALK A silo, , gravel bed and
wood rack, and bah d and lose hay.
John H. Scott, 44 Hublmrd bi.;g. 6
On Momlay, June 16th, at 3 p. a.
there will be sold to the hicliest bid -
... .i.vi v.... ., theml
splendid- milch 'ow throe . yen,
..n shonts about 100. lbs.
. .. . .
each, and two brood sow Sale wUl IU- .
! L J, .k. ..; . ,u. n bv disbnrcrnenls over tho value of the
tket;leatth. w II M f Fi , hM bfP made good by John
ham farm about Vk miles 8. V. o( . . "
Hopewell and about 10 mibs K. Of Sa-p""
lein. For farther pertiiilar s0 uJha! " 1 '
H. Scott, 4U4 Iiablrd bldg, Kaleia, CKEAMEKY MEN CELEBRATE
I flTTlJT PflTlxK ' jereainerr gatherer! yesterday in a grovs
- lAUAl LUUuIi. aeae this city for thc-r rumual picnic,
f ' A wll-day programme including miisie,
' :drrnwr an'f gemc a enjoyed by
. ,. , . . j the 4'tO' people? irl i 'tendimee
Ia the suit of KliHJ Kcnschcr versus Addresses were - 'vrn.by Mfke Wei
John H. Krep and wife, the court ! eseht, prewiWnt e( the creamery; K. P..
ordered, forerleture f the real estate Rtta and T.. It. WeeioVer of Oregon
involved on tho judgment 6f .$434.3$., Agricultural '.eol.i'gej T, VcOerty
and $.'',0.00 a,'trney ' fifes. - The fire' of alern aa-f- ownty, Jdx Willin".
ctoeure will . oa tha lot la Jnb Hill iuahy of Mirien e.tmnty. ; Th Mt.
S'btition to HaU-m en Ash and,. Jo4on , Ang's! band p'wd numeruus seleClioes
streets. , , ' A halt game between local teams com
'Dieted the dav's festivities.
A motion hss been made befnre the)
circuit conrt to set aside the verdict
in the ease f Mrs. U WUsoa versus
f . kii j
V..., mtm,, .
while they last
White and Ecru
White Wash Dress
This was an
"Extra Special at
, $2.98. To close
what is left
Do Belter At
j. j, utone. It is claimed that the
! verdict ahuuld bo n t aside for tho
12. reason that the jury attempted to ren -
Ider two, special verdicts neither if
j which rfisposco OI tne issues in io"
1 . .
The countr court ha accented the
naj report in the matter of the estate
Mt. Angel. Ore, .Tune 12. To the
tsjne of jng'icg '! the stoca.-
holders and iistroits cf. Mt. Ane!
A relort , fiven showin the '
ereamerr to be in a thriving conditirn. I
Under the maraj'Tuent ef 6. O. Kiec, '
27 incnes wide
as s h WtMivi VJ
Up to $12.50
9 a. m. to 8 p. ra.
the business ha grown rapiifly, $1S,000
heina paid to the farmera iu tlie month
om May. During the torrespondina)
month in 1913 the smeimt w; $000.
Try one of Our
Want Ad "and
watch tha ItetuUf
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