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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM. OREGON. WEDNESDAY, JULY Z 1910.
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Minim am charge, 13c
BOOSTERS for sale, rhone 403K. 7-4
THE Miller, rooms and apartments. 633
Ferry tit. 7 20
CALVES I want 3 er 4 dny-oid ealvea
C. C. Bussoll,, phono 3F3.
TTE make the best power prune dippers.
Salem Mfg Co., 1396 N. Frout at. tf (
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KOQFS cleaned, painted, patched and j
tarred. Phono C. C. Kaya at 1648, 7-27 j
GIRL or lady wanted for housework.
Can 686 Ccniter at. 7-3
FOR 8ALE 7 ncros of hay in shock,
50. I'hone 37F22 evenings. 7-2
WANTED All kinds of chickens. Will
pay top price. Phone 1339J. tf.
BUGS cleaned 40e per rug.
L. L. Jjuokner.
FOB SALE Dodge car. Phone 64F13.
JAS. LYONS practical painter. Phone
W. BEAVER, well driller, phone 8275.
1165 N. 19th St., Salem, Or. 7-7
FOR SALE Some pigs, also one sow
and pigs. Call 87P24 evenings. 7-2
WANTED Milk eow for
Phone 3.VF14 evenings.
WANTED Large furnished ,
close in. Phone 1578.
tf TWO rooms for rent, with board. 461
N High. Phone 1627. 7-3
BED and white currants delivered to
any part of the city. Phone 2500.12.
' COMPETENT woman to care for in-
valid child in her own homo. 335. N.
V i. 24th St. tf
FOR SALE By owner, three good lots
$300 each. No agents. Phone 1184.T.
FOR SALE Horso, buggy, harness,
tools, chickens, household goods, etc.
Salem, Rt. 6, box 51. (t
WALL PAPER 15 cents per double roll
upward. Buren'g Furnituro Store.
179 Commercial. tf
WAINTKI) 5 or 6 room houso unfurn
ished. Willing to pay the price for
the right house. Mr. Taylor, Marion
WANT To rent soon, strictly modern
7 or 8 room house, well located, t ail
at 305 State street, near Commercial. dit ions and limitations of the Act of
Phone 239. tfjdune 9, 1910, (39 Slat., 218), and the
. l instructions of the. Secretary of the
INCREASE vour worth, fine, little 5
acre tract for sale few miles from!"" on the following lnnda will be sold
fialom. house, burn. well, onrrlcn. straw
berries, raspberries and flowers, 454
care Journal. tf
FOB RALE 22 acres of choicest land
in Willametto valley, 1-3 mile to
street ear line on rock roed. All in
erop, also cherries, apples, prunes-and
berries. Good modern 9-roon house
with bath, hot and cold water. Any
one Interested in s good buy phone
WESTERN JUNK ft SALVAGE
We bny all kinds of junk, hard
ware, furniture, tools, machin
ery. There is hanllj an item
ire do not buy.
Phone 706 402 N. Cornl.
We buy snd sell notes, mort-
gages and all kinds ofrnnds.
V nAWKTNS ft KOTtERTS
S14 M.i'onic Building
1 WE LOAN MONEY FOR
LOW YOU TO PAY $100.00 OR MULTIPLE ON
THE PRINCIPAL ON ANY INTEREST DATE.
WE CLOSE OUR LOANS PROMPTLY.
HAWKINS & ROBERTS
314 Mason BIdg. Salem, Oregon
FOR SALE Late model Velie, in A 1
eundition, 5 new tires. Price $1100.
Terms. Auto eare Journal. 7-3
WANTBD-Cherry picker at
vtb on-hard Med. mommy;
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LIKE rent, ehoire lots, Salem,
, . - , . . . , . , .
anted, shady i
camp ground, wood and good water.
Phono 8SF5. 7 2
WANT to exchange California land
for Oregon land; will consider stump
ed off land. Phouc 37F14. 7-1
DEKORATO sanitary wall tint, best
made; beautiful new colors. BurensjroR SALE Oat nav in shock, fifteen
WANTED Experienced saleslady at
Kostein lireeubauin'a dry goods
. . .o
FOB SALE A very fine piano, used
very little, just like new; beautiful
case and sweet tone, easy terms. Call
at 519 Court St. 7-3
WOOD choppers wanted, $2.50 and up
per cord, place to board or earn p. In
quire Pressings cigar store. A. J.
WOOD for sale under regular price if
crdored at once. Phone 254, or 622
after office hours. tf
FOR SALE Good 4 room house and
aero of land on paved street, price
9O0. Phone 1090M. 7-2
WANTED flood prune orchard, for
cash. No agents. Write details to N
. W C, P. O. box 256, Salem. tf
WANTED A modern six Worn house
and two lots or more, with fruit trees
cash buyer. Phone 794. 7-2
FOR SALE (By owner, modern 5 room
bungalow, built in china closet, book
cases, desks; cement walks, full base
mout. Phono 1598M. tf
FOR SALE One of the finest homes
at this beautiful summer resort. In
quire of iB. F. Jones, Newport, Ore
FOR SALE-JCheap, or will trade for
Ford car in good condition, two good
building lots, paved street and aide
walk in. Seo Jonos at 162 N. Com'l
EXCHANGE Modern 8 room bunga
low, half acre, clear, for 6 room mod
ern residence in Salem. Address Geo.
Jensen, 567 Beach St. Ashland Or.
50 CiHERRY pickers wanted. 8. P.
Kimball, 1 milo north of west end of
steclJbridge. Will pay 2c a pound to
these who can handle own ladders, tf
LOGANBERRY pickers wanted; 15
acros; transportation from Sa
lem and wood free; tents can be snp-
filicd; close to store with free do
iverv; will pav 2c. Picking will
start" July lot. Phone 10XE4. 7-8
NOTICE OF SALE OF OOVERN
ME NT TIMBER, Gcnernl Land Ofiico
Washington, D. C. May 18, 1919 Notice
is hereby given tnar suDject to we con
Interior of September 15, 1917, the tun
July 1, 1911, at 10:30 0 dock a. m..
at pirlilie auction at the United States
land office at Portland, Oregon, to the
highest bidder at not less than the ap
praised va7uo as shown by this notice,
sale to he subject, to the approval of
the Secretary of the Interior. The pur
chare price, with an additional sum of
one fifth of one per cent thereof, be
ing commissions allowed, must bo de
pusitc.il at time of sale money to be
returned if sale is not approved, other
wise patent will issue for the timber
which must be removed within ten
years. Bids will be received from cit
izens cf the United States, associations
of sucu citizens and corporations or
ganized under tho laws of the nited
Mates or any state, territory or dis
trict thereof only. Upon application of
a qnnl.iiea purchaser, the timber on
any kga! subdivision will tie offered
separately before being Included in
anv offer of a larger unit. T. 1 8.. R.
5 E., Sec. 2!), S 8W14, red fir,
IWii) M., not to be sold for le than
1 50 per M. T. 3 5.. R. 5 E.. Sec. 31,
SWi, 81V14, red fir, 650 M. no. to be
sold for Icji than 1.25 per M
Commissioner, General Land Office.
Try Salem firs! la Buying
LOANS - 6
FIVE YEARS. WE AL
FOR RENT Good furnished house
keeping rooms. 1310 State St. 7-4
W7LD .blackberries for sale, delivered,
CLOVER hav for sale, 2 miles east of
citv. Phone 97. 7 8
iLOST Man's gold Hampden wateh.
j i'hone 2:tW4. 7-5
2 ! Y OM.VN with two - children wants
I work of any kind, country prefer
.g I red. Address K K eare .Journal. 7-3
2 .FOR KENT Eight room house, close
in, and in eonipieta repair. Ji ttorer
MEN wanted at Tile works near fair!
grounds. Salem Tile & Mercantile
i CARPENTER wanted. I want one or
two men to help build
dollars per ton. Begin cutting about
June twentieth. Near Macleay. A.
H. Litchfield, Kt. 5, Salem, Or. tf
LOOAXHERRY pickers wanted, six
pickers, family preferred, good house
and wood; 2 cents if stay thru. Call
Marion hotel. Will seo you momlny.
WANTED Two experienced salesla
dies for. dry good and fancy goods,
must be A 1 saleslady and good
stock keeper; good salary and steady
position. D. M. iNayberger, McMinn-
. ville, Or. 6 30
In high state of cultivation, 50 acres
of bumper crop grain, balance in pota
toes, some improvements; buyer gets
graiu. We are closing this estate; its a
great buy. H10 per acre; half cash.
119 ACKE DAISY -
2.5 acres in hay and grain, 50 acres
in fine bottom pasture, 33 acres brush
pasture, balance in timber, close in on
hard surf are road; 10 good milk cows
go with plucc; fair improvements.
Price $12,000, $6000 cash balance 9
lcars at 6 per cent.
JOHN. H, SCOiT REALTY CO.
404 Hubbard building
10 acres, 4 acres prunes, 2 lognns,
good little cottage and barn. Price $3,
SOU; if taken now you get crops.
10 acres Polk county, fine improve
ments, good faily orchard, two acres
oak timber, $3500, good terms.
10 acres, all in orchard, 3 room cot
tage, $3000; Vi cash.
5 acres, good 5 room cottage 4 acres
in grain, on hard surface, 4 miles out;
$3000, y., cash.
3 acres, 5 R cottaga on hard sur
face road; $1800, $1000 cash, balance
1 Vi acres, a fine orchard, 4 room cot
tage, good barn and chicken house, 3
blocks from car; $1500, $S00 cash, bal
7 room house, lot 60x200, soma fruit
$1400, $-100 eash, balanco $10 per mo.
5 room modern Dungalow,' $1900.
7 room modern bungulow, new and
up to date $2800.
Come in and let us tell you about
sumo of the fine buys we are offering
in houses and furms.
JOIIN IL SCOTT REALTY CO.
404 nubhard bldg.
Plumbing arid Water Systems Installed
Oj ORABBR BROS., 141 South Liberty
St., Phone 550. Also agent for Fair
ranks Morse Gas Engines.
OLESON'S AUTO EXCHANGE
349 N. COM. Y. M. C. A. BLOCK
I f-EI) CARS BOUGHT FOR CASH
OR HOLD OX COMMISSION.
5 passenger Warren-Detroit, Conti
nental motor $225
1918 Chevrolet sedan, fine condi
3 pas-M'nger, liuht Htitddmkcr four
electric, starter and lights $."00
1917 Kaxon six $700
1914 Ford $285
1914 Overland, ezy terms, $130
1916 Ford, first class condition, $375
1913 Overland $300
We wreck autos for their parts, this
enables you to get old car parts at
a bargain. Canh price pud for junk
fi passenger Rtudebaker, $180.
Wo sell oils, grease, old auto parts
tires and accessories.
SALEM AUTO EXCHANGE
GEO. STICER. Mgr.
229 StaU Street
We buy your csr. or sell on commission
191 5 Ford sedan $775
1918 Ford bug, wire wheels, a dandv
1919 MiTwell. rim 930 miles, $925.
1917 Ford $373 . .
1916 Chevrolet $."30
Overland roadster $250
1915 HtiidfbsW fiix perfect $30
Fine Little roadnter ehrsn.
Maxwell, good SS new. .j30. '
T.iulit de'irerr ear. 1200.
TWENTY OTHERS TO PTK FEOM
Bring your repair work in. Expert e-
rhanir in charge.
Satan's a MP-ace to Traile
i state eouse Kws
Stat Erunaecr Cupper has received
a number of comaiuuications from of
Ificials of other western states iuquir-
jing o to The Oregon drainage and ir-
ration laws, and as to bow they are
working out in practice; all of which
are a practical admission that Oregon
has the most modern, comprehensive
and effective hgslaiion aJong these
lines of any state in the anion, not
excepting California, which is the pi
oneer elate in this line. The effective
ness of the Oregon statutes is especial
ly shown in the rapidity with which ad
judication cases are disposed of.
Following upon the revelation of a
defeetive stretch of paving en the Ger
vais4Salem highway, the highway com
missien yesterday started men upon the
work of inspection. For this purpose a
series of cuttings will be made in the
hard surface on the entire nnit in order
to determine whether it is of the .prop-
cr thickness and constituency. To
(guard acsinst anv possible recurrence
of such defective work in future. State
Hig'hwav Engineer 'Nnnn states -that a
special inspection department will be
instituted in the highway corps, and
it is understood that l'rof. H. S. Graf,
of the Oregon Agricultural college, will
be placed at the head of the group
with a view to making a rigid scrutiny
of all paviug plants as well as of all
paving laid, so that the state will re
ceive full value on eveiy contract
awarded. Regarding this particular in
stance (Miairman t. Hen sun said in an
"The svstein we use is to have a lo
cal inspector on a job, whose duty it
is to sec that the pavement ia laid ac
cording to specifications, regarding the
mixture and thicknefs and such other
details. There is a resident engineer
who makes casual inspection. Then, fin
ally, the state highway engineer, Her
bert 3iunn, goes over the work and
uiakes ruts -to see that it is of the
proper thickness. A contractor may get
by with the local inspector or ptsKi
bly with the resident engineer, but he
eun't get by on the final Inspection.
"If this had not been the first con
tract of the Blake-Compton company,
they would have known about the fin
al inspection. The state will lose noth
ing, for the surety bonds amply pro--
tect the state. This is not the first
time that we have found contractors
trying to put something over on, us. It
has occurred before snd we have
caught the contractors at it and made
them make good oiuthoir contract, but
we aid not make it a matter lor pub
licity. Tho corrections have -been made
'In the absence of any definite state
ment from Governor Olcott s to his
intentions, the office corps under the
big dome are assuming 4 hat the execu
tive has decided to "worry along"
with the doable responsibility of the
duties f governor , and secretary of
state. This assumption is based upon
the fast that in laying in a large sup
ply of stationery he Jius imprinted the
name Ben W. Olcott on the supplies
for both offices. It is logical to sup
pose that if ho had any thought ore-
WANTED 'Invalid ladies' to care for.
Phono 64F5. 7 4
'LOOT Old blue coat with glasses and
cuso. Finder returne to 1265 Btnte
St. Reward. ' 7 2
25 CHERRY pickers wanted 2c per lb.
Free transportation to and from or
chard. Phone 5SE12. 7-4
FOR SALE A heifer'
ciiw price $5. Ul"i0 N.
calf from A 1
17th St. Phone
.WAN'TEI Intelligent Christian wo
man for litfht liouve work, good wng
es. Apply 1091 Chemeketa St. 7 3
WANTED Home one to tflko over haul
iug contractu, full summers work,
giKid monev. Cull st 102 N. Commer
cial 'Ht. " 7-4
FURNITURE for sale, almost new,
dining table, ti chairs cliinn closet,
rocker, couch, rug. 1410 ci. Cottniff.
EXPERIENCED saleslady wanted for
dry-goods store. References required.
State experience. Addess H B rare
Capital Journal. . 7 4
BEAUTIFUL home place for sale,
room bouse, with every convenience;
fruit, berries and garden, en paved
street near car line and school.
Phono owner 2H0 or address L M
care Journal. 7-3
WANTED Lflmberry pickers for 45
seres nf berries mile from car
line at Salem HeUrlita. Free wcod,
straw and moving from BaU-m, price
of picking !''; per cop with n Jiorm
of e per cup to those who -stay the
Season through. Picking will start
about the 23d. B. Cunningham, Rt,
3, bo 121. Phone 21 F2.
WE ARE THE ONE RT-ALTY COMPANY IN OREOON THAT ARE EX
CEJTED FROM THE (JIVIiNO OF JJONDS AND THE TAKINO OUT OF
LICENKE TO IK) BUHINIKS. WHY! IJECAUSI) WE CHAIICE NO COM
MISSION, AMD LEOAUKE WE MAKE DIRECT lKAI ONLY.
The following properties are offered to the public . as pfeia buys nnd x
changes: 160 acres of land in Deschutes couety, Oregon, at $2500.
Sil room house with 4arn, corner lot in 44alem, at $1300.
10 acres of land, all in cultivation and crop, 7 miles north of Euxtne, fit $1500
9 acre of go'-d rich land, one half mile from Creswell, improved ilh home,
barn, 275 bearing fruit trees, three acres of loganberries, at $3000.
5 acres within the city limits of 'flalem, good house, carrying insurance of
$1600; barn, carrying insurance of $H)0; in fruit and Vrnes, at $1500.
120il20 corner of Commercial and I'iv sion streets, Sulem, with improvements
4 room modern honso, 14th and Waller streets, at $1000.
13 acres of lard, three miles from Dundon, $1300.
A $300 and $1300 mortgage, well .secured, and fully insured, for f-alcm res
idence, also vacant lots in Springfield and Handon to eifhange. (
For information relative to the above specials, call and see ss at room 407
Hubbard building. Phone 1644 or 14'd
ORECON REALTY EXCHANGE INVESTMENT CO.
. U I V U UUull Vw V
It will be a great celebration,
Welcome Home. to Our Boys
Who gave their "all" for the FREEDOM and LIBERTY of the GREATEST
COUNTRY ON THE GLOBE.
On the morning of the 3rd put out your flag and let it wave its welcome.
If you have no flag buy one- We have them, all sizes and qualities. You
should certainly possess your country's flag and whether you purchase from
us or not, buy a flag and show your' colors on the I5rd, 4th and 5th.
bration demands that we are well dressed and attractive. Don't delay your
purchases to the last day. Shop early you have better selections, and we can
render more prompt service.
Our" Showing is
Men, Women. Children
All of the Meyers
signing as secretary of state ho would
not have ordered this future supply of
material under his own name.
.It will be recalled that while th su
preme court was divided as to his stat
us in the two offices, the majority were
of the opinion that he could resign as
secretary of stato without jeopardiz
ing his office s governor. Friends of
tho governor aro milking the guess that
since the reconstruction measure fail
ed to pnxs at the June election, he docs'
not feel that there is the' ned of a
third member on the board of control
which ho once emphasized, hence will
continue in the two offices, though he
made tho Htiirwincnt enrly in his ad
ininiblralioit that ho would not Accept
FOR SALE Solid oak bed.
niiw, couio inorninKB.
NICE Portland lots for house or land.
W. C. lU-uter, Kt. Maries, Ma. 7 3
DOZEN While Ihorn laving hens
for Kile. l.KKi 8. Com'l. " 7 4
IOxT Purse between llrooks nnd Sa
lem cuntuined - chck on Marion
Creamery; leave at Hush bank for
tieo. l-'erroll. 72
156 ACRE farm, 80 acres 7 year old
prune orchard, heavy crop, 20 acres
cherry orchard, 60 '-res fine timber,
well and creek; good buildini, house
hold goods, 5 horsey, 4 cows, chick
enH, spray on I f it, all tools and imple
ments for iriillivaling (nun, two
thirds nf crop growing on 00 acres
of land leased clne by; if interested
in the above described farm, call on
W. 11. Orabcuhorst t Co., 275 State
New York. Until owners can prove
they don 't travel lis fast s thi ir chauf
feurs, Magistrate Fuiwcll is goi::jr to
.A dipafh from (loteiiijurg reports
that thn American steamer FaHiham,
from Hnllimnre, has been sunk by a
1 mine eiplnsion.
Three days of feast and rejoisingthe official
You Can Always
IN fASTjS CHAOTIC
Prices Soar Skyward With
Alarming Rapilty In Whole
E. T. Barnes, of tho Barnes Cr.h
Store, who lias just returned from an
eight weeks' visit 'in the oast, brings1 Tho same story is true in the shoo,
home some most ularmiug ri ports re- market. Within the pt threo month.1
gnrding market conditions in tho bii? there has bc(ii, three radical advance
eastern centers. iin the shoo utnrkct. Woolen, goods aro
The fait is, Mr. Buries sr.jr, the keeping company nnd it is predicted
eastern ninrkcU are all In an nprocr "'f tho P''nk will pot bo reached until
with prices advnncing so rapidly that soimitimo in 1920.
even the wliolesulo houses are scarly Anoiher example of radical advntiect
able to establish a price on any one linn i" in Infants raslimere hose. Before tho
of merchandise. With everything goio
bete, even higher than during tl.o ar,
many orders are now placed, not on a
certain value, but on market price on
the day of shipment.
It M'cius that this spring ul! mer
chants slopped buying, hoping lor low
er quotations. Mills ill the eoct cur
tailed output with, tho slacking of or
ders. Then oil of a sudden, it dis
covered there was but little, merolinn-
"Maybe nobody has told you,"
;ays the Good Judge
THE REAL TOBACCO CHEW
Put up in two styles
RIGHT CUT is a short-cut tobacco
W-B CUT is a long fin;-cut tobacco
l Let U? Refinish Year fo- -Make It Jast Like New
i Experienced car washing end polishing. Our prices
j are ripht. (live us a trial.
t MARION CARACK
Our showing is
best we have
Dainty creations from
tind all priced honest
ly. The great cele
Do Better At
diso in tho country -and the scramble
for goods began.
With unusual prosperity in n-a.iy sec
ti js, and business good, prices went td
tho skies and they are still ther and
even going higher.
For itistntico, silks that sold at $1.50
a ynrd four years ago are pricid wliole
Mile at $2 uud raw silks, priced at $3 a
pcimd four years ngo Is now $11 a
There is a cliantie condition every
where, Mr. Buriu"s says. Today tleaeh
cd domestics are five cents yard high
er Ikun the highest, point dil.itig thi
war, rjlieetinga, mualius and urill aru
climbing beyond the highest war prices.
war the price wholesale was $i a do'sn.
Today's price fur the sumo hose is $fl
a d'izeii. Men's tray half hose, prie.l
at Si'J cents ftluilesale tli dozi n juit it
few years n if o are now qtioled at $'I1
wholcsalo a dozen.
In fact, according to Mr. Barnes' ob
servation, the sky seemsto bo tlw limik
on adviuing prices and as lrg aw
tlie.ro is unusual prosperity, thi to is th"
imsurnneo that extremely hij;!i pricm
Why this good tobac
co costs less to chew.
You get real tobacco
satisfaction with a
small chew. It gives
you the good tobacco
taste. It lasts andlasts.
You don't need a
fresh chew so often.
It saves you money.