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Bead your r.dvertiincnt the first day
it appear and notify us inimedi.lely if
-iinimuin charge, 15c
0 CIIHKKY pickers wsuted at once.
Phoue 8SF3. T 8
BUGS cleaned, 40e each.
HEED baby earriaae, good as new,
eheap. Phone 16SM. 712
1917 TWIN Indian motorcycle
aale. I'huno 2503W1.
OK SALEj--Cheap. Dnin hav press in
good shape. Phone 108F14.' 7-9
LOST Sack cf corn feed Sat. after
noon. Finder phone 10. 7 8
WAiNTEf) Urge furnished
elosa in. Fhone 1378.
Two wheel trailer for an
11)7 S. Com. St. . 7-9
WAiNTEJV-W Oman for general house
work. 4(54 N. Liberty St. 7 10
"WOMAN to wash and iron oath week
wanted. Cull 5j(iR evenings. 7-8
THE Miller, roouu and apartments. 633
Ferry St. 7 20
CALVES I want J or 4 dcy-oid calves
C. C. Russell, phono 3F3. tf
WE make the ibeet power prune dippers.
Salein Mfg Co., 1390 K. Front St. tf
BOOF8 cleaned, painted, patched and
tarred. Phone C. C. Kays at 1648. 7-27
t WOOD saws for sale. Phone 10UOR.
CLOVER hay for sale, 2 miles east of
city. Phone 97. 7 8
JA8. LYON8 practical painter.. Phone
WANTED 5 to 7
house, dull White
, , . : 1 : - MENT TIMBER, Oeneral Land Office
IWT ITnte 'book and saving 'deposit Washington, D; C. May 16, 1919. Notice
$ book. Please return to Journal of- is hereby given that subject to the eon
rfice. Rnnrd. 710 ditions and limitations of the Art of
June 9, 1916, (39 Stat.. 218). and the
FOB 8ALT1 Horse, buggy, harness,
... . .. 6 '
DUlOm Ul. O, !DOt OX. VI
WALL PAPER 13 cents per double roll
upward. Buren's Furniture Store.
179 Commercial. tf
FOR SALE T5y owner, modern 5 room
bungalow, built in china closet, book '"c """"""T "i i" .inionor. ine pur
cases, desks; cement walks, full bast? chas?f',,r"!c' WIth nn additional sum of
. mont. Phono 159 M. tf one-futh of one per cent thereof, be-
ing commissions allowed, must ba do
INCREASE your worth, fine little 5 at time of sale money to be
acre tract for sale few miles from
Salem, house, barn, well, garden, straw
I' . "V ' "UU l'V;t'
y-ip baip . . . . . , ,lof
i7 w-,i .. ""l"u '""u'rarized under thr, laws of the nited
...,, -o utile iojh(nl(,s or any. Matl, tmit()r- di,
sree car lino on roca rofd. All in
,,,, rullI, , f,
11 T .1 T . T n,f rooc nitu:y legal subdivision wiU be offered
"",'" eoiawarer. Any
?? "co ln g a Duy l""""' any nffer of a lnr-rer unit. T. 1 8., R,
I505W2- 'j5 E., Sec. 20, 8WV4 SWW. red fir
WA1NTED Iogan pickers, the best t M v M T 3 s R s E n
picking ever, tluldren making twoigwi, SWV4, red fir, 050 M. tic to be
uunars per nay ana tip. inrer pco-;,
plo four to six dollars. Come nn and
fret it. East I) street near Powers
dryer. M. E. (Jotter. 7 8
WESTERN JUNK ft SALVAGE
We buy all kinds of junk, bard
ware, furniture, tools, machin
ery. There is hardlj an item
we do not buy. '
Phone 700 402 N. Coml.
We buy and sell notes, mort-
gages and all kinds of bonds.
V HAWKINS ft ROBERTS
S14 Masonic Building
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.
HAWKINS & ROBERTS
314 Mason Bldg. Salem, Oregon
MEN wanted at Tile worki near fair
grounds. Salem Tile A Mercantile
LOST Child s coat belt between N.
22d and AsvHirm ave. (tore. .Return
to Journal office. 7 8
FOB QUIK SALE New $.;0 Yictro
la and 3.S records, for sale cheap. ."4
X. Libert". - 7 8
FOB SALE I or 500 eords of fir wood
H. M. Baker, 643. Ferry. Phone iSM
LOST Girl's wrist watch. Finder
leave at Hartinann Bros, jewelry
store and receive reward. , 7-S
FOR RENT Large house partly furn
ished. Chance for renting apartments
202 N. Bummer. tf
WANTED Position in Salem by ex
perienced stenographer and book
AGATE 3eaeh lot, near hotel, faeing
ocean, $230, terms $10 down, $.1 a
Month. I). A. Dinsmoor, care Olds,
Wortman & Kiug, Portland, Or. 7 10
DEKORATO sanitary waU tint, best
made; beautiful new colors. Bureus
Ccm'l St. tf
WOOD choppers wanted, $2.60 aud up
per cent, place to board or eamp. in
quiro Blessings cigar store. A. J.
' Anderson. tf
WANTED Good prune orchard, for
cash. No agents. Write details to N
W C, P. O. box 230, Salem. tf
LOGANBERRY pickers wanted; 13
acres; transportation from Sa
lem and wood free; tents can be sup
plied; close to store with free de
livery; will pay 2c. Picking will
start July 1st. Phone 108F4. 7-8
LOTS on east 23d street, $250 each;
lots 7 and 9 in block 1 Willamette
addition near State streot, $10 down
$2.30 month. D. A. Dinsmoor, Port
land, Or. 7.9
FARM home for sale, 33.8 acres V4 mi'
south of Monmouth on Pacifie high
way, nine room house, two bams, silo
chicken houses, all kinds fruit. Crop
includod if aold soon; on mail route,
1-3 acre strawberries, yielded $370
this year. Land mostly tiled. Excep
tionally g'ood schools. Wood water.
$6700. Terms. E. R. Ostrom, owner,
Monmouth, Or., Phone 3813. 7-9
NOTICE OF SALE OF GOVERN-
instructions of the Secretsry of t
Interior of September 15. 1917. the ti
tia n. . 1. 1 ' i .. 1 3 'It ... u
iO'iuiii;-ui) lltllua will ue SOIU
(July 16, 191C at 10:30 o'clock a. m.,
at Plrbli,! a-cnon at the United States
lnnii office st Tortland, Oregon, to the
niB'"'!'t bidder at not less than the ap-
prHiseu vauo as suown oy tnis notice,
8't,ecto be abject to the approval of
'VU,,,BU ,l.""'7, '", ,,ul l'fveu, otner-
win- Hn-ui nui iur me iimuer
which must bo removed within ten
3 will bo receivsd from cit
irens of the United States, associations
'"h citir.eiis and corporations or
tricf thereof only. Upon application of
qualified purchaser, the timber
separately before being included in
for e8- than ,m.25 p M
CLAY T ALT-MAN.
Commissioner, Oeneral Land Office.
BR1CCS AUTO WOOD-SAW Atiadusest
Ont sua cuU IS cordti 2Ma, 38 cttl.
Goes AnywLere Any Aulo.
BRICCS I BURPEE CO, be- Maisfictarers
I7 Bswtbtms A.. porUsad,
Smmilmlmlmmmtitmtmi lit w.l.d OrnUr
BARGAIN DAY- JULY 12TH
LOANS - 6
THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM. OREGON. TUESDAY. JULYS. 1910.
FOR KENT Furaisiie i housekeeping
rooms. 353 llellevue. Phone 536W. 7-
j UT 1 -sdy s long black purse
Bight. Reward, Phone Sli.
MEN or strong boys over 18 wanted
at once. Ap!y Salem King Pro
ducts Co. Front and Market Sis. 7 8
FOR SALE llolstein eow, heTy milk
er, test 4.8. F. Enner, Rt. 2, box 171,
fc-lera. . 7-s
FOR SALB-Oat, and vetch hay. Port
land road near fairgrounds J. C.
FOR SALE Dining table and 6 chairs
china closet, rocker, couch, almost
new. 1410 8. Cottage.. 7-8
NOTICE Prune orchard for sale,
about 33 acres, 8 years old, heavy
crop, all for $$00 per acre. Addroe
Oichard care Journal. 714
CHERRY pickers wanted. 20 acres
good picking. Truck to take vou back
and furth, 2e lb. Phone 2167M, 1495
X. Liberty St. 7 8
FOR KALE ft passenger Overland,
good order, top, two new tires, or
trade for Ford. Bruce Bowne. Tur
ner, Or.. Rt. 3, box 713.
LOST One Dayton wire wheel, with
new Republic tire and bracket. Find
er will be awarded by leaving same
with Allen (Bros, garage, Silverton.
RR SALVi 10 acres of bearing prune
orchard, six and nine years old. Vj of
crop following sale. Price $,i30t). Ad-
ttress K it 13 Journal. 7 9
FOR RALE 'Nine room house, large lot
modern convenience s, double garage
close in, on street car line and paved
street. O L care Journal. tf
WANTED To rent well furnished cot
tag or riat of about five rooms,
close -in, or near ear line; garnge
also if possible Phone 1578. 7 9
BUSINESS opportunity, $2000 buys
hotel in country town, good tiusi
ness. Kcllis Hotel, Scotts Mills,
WANTED to hear from Tvartr with
large ear for sale. Give model, price
ana contrition. Write 12059 Journal.
TO LEASE For 2 years 29 acres close
in, 9 acres tillable land, also 5 cows,
1 brood sow, 1 team, 1 wagon, 1
plow, buggy, et included in lease.
Addross A D care Journal. 7-14
FOR SALE Modern ibtingalow on Nor
way tt nejvr Capitol St. priced for
quick sale. Small cash pnyn.ent, bal
ance monthly. Why pay rent Frank
E. Palmer, 1000 8. Com '1 St. Phone
818. . 3.0
FOR SALE Cheap, Hoick four, 5 pa
senger, good condition; also JSaxon
six and some good used trucks, at
prices you can afford to pay. 102 N.
Commercial street, 8alem Velie com
FOR SALE 10 acres nearly all culti
vated, 5 acres of Fix year old prunes,
hoavy crop of prunes, balance sowed
to oats, would lie first class for lo
P'tiiriirrit"; small house. Price $3,
500. Terms on part. Address X B
CENSUS clerks, (men, women). 4MI0
needed. $02 month. Ajje. IS upward.
Experience unnecessary. For flee par
ticulars of examinations, write J.
Leonard (former government esau.in
er) Kl2 Equitable fl g, Washing
WANTED Salesman with 1'mht car
for delivery, for tea and coffee route
in .Salem, ilusintss alroudy est;iltlih
ed bond ami reference required; ex
cellent proposition. Apple Grand
Union Tea Co., C. D. Morrison, Mgr.
418 Washington St. Portland. tf
WANTED 50 cherry pickers, pay l'ic
lb. 'M bonus for these staying out
the season, VAc extra for those pick
ing over 140 lb per day. Pickers
are averaging 140 to 225 lbs. Our
truck will haul baggage to orchard
at Amity. Truck call at Salem Fruit
Union each afternoon. 7-9
FOR SALE 20 acres of improved land,
13 acres of Italian prunes, 4, 6 and 7
years old; Vt acres of loganberries,
2 acres in bearing; good 5 room tun
g.ilow. barn, chicken house, family
orchard; located south of Salem,
-im to Pacific highway. Price $1.1,
000. Address L L tare Journal. 7-9
3 ACRES all cultivated, all in clover
ready to cut, 4 room bungalow, chick
fa house, wood shed full of wood,
family fruit, owner wishes to have
the city, must be sold; price $1300,
$700 eash and $000 at prcenfwith
paying privileges to suit. rJocolofsky,
Phone 970 during the day, after 6
O'clock call 1212M. tf
OLESONS AUTO EXCHANGE
349 N. COM. T. M. C. A. BLOCK
USED CARS BOUGHT FOR CASH
OR HOLD ON COMMISSION.
3 passenger Warren Detroit, Conti
nental motor $223
1918 Chevrolet sedan, fine condi
5 pasncngcr, liijht Studebaker four
electric starter snd lights $500
18)7 Saxon six $70C
5 Pa'"Tier 'Maxwell, will make
rood bus eheap.
1914 Overland, ezy terms, $150
1916 Ford, first class eonvdition, $373
1913 Overland $300 I
We wreck antes for their patta, this;
ennb'es yon te get old ear parts at
a bargain. Cash price pi id for junk
5 passenger PtuAVbaier, $190.
We sell oils, trrcnsi nb! snlA fitrts
WAXTin 2 waitresses, lady to as
(fist tod. lil fc-'tate St. ; s
W. BEAVER well dHKer. Phoue S27J,
nm v itfc sr ft. , iw .i !
WAVTU-0)iitr.t fruit or berry
P'f""S Br car, or transportation, j
Male, aauit terp, Lciser, .Leonard
UXT--A new necktie in Schei wrap
per. Fiuder please leave at Journal
No. 1 Fur sale., 57 acres oi choice
land all in cultivation, on corner with '
gooa farm bouse, close in. suitable tor
sub-division ia suburban acre home
tracts, near car line and paved street,
No "2. S acres all in cultivation, no
buildings, first class logaiuberry land,
only 1 4 miles from street car and
paved street; if you have $1300 to
spare for something good, call and see
-No. 3 10 acres with good farm build
ings, nearly all in bearing fruit and
berries, on good graveled rod, a snap
No. 410 acres with a beautiful
home, mmh-in, on main road S-4 mile
from city limits; if you are looking for
sonnthing good, it ill pay you to in
vestigate. No. 610 acres with 8 room modern
home; all in bearing fruit and berries,
sightly locution near carline and (aved
streets; must be seen to be appreciated.
No. 6 S acre- with good 7 room
house and good barn; 41. acres in bear
in.; fruit and berries, high and sightly.
Price $43M), part cash balance terms'.
No. 712 acres with good 6 room
modern cottage, good barn and 6 acres
in choice fruit, 6 acres choice logan
berry land, two miles out. Price $oUU0,
No. H 10 acres with good farm build
ings, abundance) of choice fruit; on
good road, one mi!e from paved streets
and car line. I'nee $HR)0.
No. 95 atvres with 8 room house,
good oum and garage, a-l'iimluiico ot
fruit, situate on ear line and paved
street. Alijt take a nn'e little bunga
low in as part pay at $'.500.
No. lit 352 acre slock ranch for ex
ctiBnjjc for small ranch in the Willam
ette vnllev or for citv income proper
ty. Price $22,000.
I buy and sell liberty bonds, and
lend money on approved eecurity, at
six per eent,
W. A. Liston, Agent
4S4 Court street 712
SALEM AUTO EXCHANGE
GEO. 8PICTER, Mgr.
229 Stat Street
We have taken the agency for (he
Case Six, Monitor Six and Mooro Four
all of which are case, products. They
will b handled at our place of busi
ness. 15 second hand cars will sell at a
Briag your repair work In. Export me-
snants in charge.
WE WANT IT.
If your house or farm is for snlo k
us sell it fur U. We have a large list
of prospective buyers waiting. If your
price is right we ran niuko quick sales.
JOHN E SCOTT REALTY CO.
404 Ilubbard bldg.
GET BACK ON THE FARM
:0 acres of first class land all under
cultivation on Howell prairie; fair im
provements, a good team and some ma-
h inery, with the 50 a"re of bumper
xrmn crop goes WHti the deal if closed
now. Its a real -bnrinin nt $1(10 ner
acre, half cash.
We have a first class dairy proper
ty with all stock, machinery and grain
for sale. Its a real dairyman's oppor
tunity. iciriihlti snill tralets liiglily tim
prnved on nor sales lit.
R I' lookinj 4 A hou'ef Wo have
some real l.n rL'.l inn.
JOMH. SCOTT REALTY CO
404 Hubbard building
Reliable efficient sales aget.s
The experience we
show in handling a
rnniiiiisxion is com
mendable. This or
ganisation is held in
the greatest esteem
by those among the
public whom we
NOTICE OF ADMTNISTRATOE'E
Notice is hcrnby given that by vir
tue of order by the county eourt of I
Msriou county, Oregon, made on the '
2d day of July, !!, the under-1
signed as administrator of the estate
f Arthur li. Poole, deceased, will of- '
fer for sale and sell on the Kith day J
of July, 1 Wit, at HI o'clock a. m. at i
private sale, all the interest of the
said estate in the Central Pharmacy
located at 410 State street. Salem. Or-
gon. Interec'ed parties are requested
to fil bids before the above date men-
tinned. The rt.'ht reserved to rej-t
any and all bids.
A. TTNER WOOLPlHiT,
A4niniiitor of the estate of Ar
thur B. Poole, deceased. T 12
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OVER ROADS DOtlED
Seaside " Restrained Frcia
Assessing For Work On
The only opinion hauded down by the
supreme court this week was ia tne ct.e
of B. R. Cole vs. City of Se-side, ap
pealed from Clatsop county, J. A. Fjkis
judge. This is a suit in which the plain
tiff respondent Cole seeks to restraiu
said city from enforcing a lien against
his property for improvenieutii oi wha
he contends is and always has been r.
county road; and which the municipal
ity maintains is a street within its cor
porate limits. The lower court found in
'favor of Cole.
This case is of general interest only
because tho city assumed jurisdiction
over tho former county road notwith
standing the ftct that there was noth
ing in its charter specif irally denoting
such authority. Justice lturiietl, who,
writes tho opinion, rntes the error of!
tho city ia assuming thut it hid right :
to any action within its corporate lim-1
its not specifically forbidden in its cunt !
ter. Commenting upon this point, Jus !
tice Burnett says: "The law must bei
considered settled, that although a'
county road may traverse land within I
tho limits Of an incorporated city on
town, yet unless the state through its
legislative department, or the county as
tho agent of the state, eurrentlers thel
authority over the county roan, the em
cannot assume contmi. Tho eoud tious
giving the municipality power to ait r.s
all fuat clearly be made to appear both
asto subject matter and as to the per
sons affected. Tho state is yet the
chiof and prinicpal niuiiif stulion of the
governmental power of the people. AH
other ugeneios, including cities, are sub
ordinate. Until the county as the i.gen-1
cy of the statu constituted for thut pm-1
pose, through soma recoguized proced
ure has surrendered its authority over
tho county road, or thero is sumo compe
tent legislation on tho subject, the en? j
cannot assunio control of it ia excess of i
the powers granted." Tho decroe of
the lower court is affirmed, McBride,
Benson and Harriseoncurring.
Miss Marian Lord, a nurse who served
at base hospital ft, la the American
army in Fraucn, for more than a year,
has returned to her home at lukima.
1LAIV for sale, vetch and oats; also
some cheat in shock; Inside city lim
its in south Salem. Phone 1141J. 7 8
FOR BALE iMhson quart jars svirh
covers, 75c dozen, like new. 301 N.
Commercial gtroeit. 7 8
Bide will be received for the hauling
of 108 eords of second growth fir wood
and 16 eords of oak pole, wood at the
county clerk's office, until 2 o'clock p.
m. July 12th, 1919, from tho eounty
farm at Hopmors to be delivered wnore
designated in Salem by the county
Right reserved by eourt to reject any
and all bids. ,
U. O. BO ITER,
Jne 28 Jly S 8 Ouunty Clerk.
Bills will be received for tiO Cords of
second growth fir wood at the county
e'erk's office, until 'A p. m, July 12,
I II HI. To tie delivered where designated
in Halem by tho couuty court. The court
reserves the right to reject any und all
U. a. BUYER,
Jne 28 Jly 5 8 County Clerk.
Buckingham and Hecht
of soft leather in th well
stock is complete.
! iff -
If you want a real riair of shoes give uf a chance to show our stock. That's
11 we ask. We carry only one kind, ar. that is the test The Forrester.
WE GUARANTEE-To Hold Cal s-To Wear-To Be Water Proof
We are running "Special Prices" on seasonable
merchandise. AH sections of our large store are
busy working oer stocks and putting on "Special
Spring and Summer Merchandise
At Prices that will Clean Up.
WHITE WASH DRESS SKIRTS .
Our entire stock of incomparable Wash Dress Skirts
At "Special Prices."
SHRUNKRIGIIT and KEVERSIIRINK
The Two Greatest lines in America
CHILDREN'S WASH DRESSES
This beautiful line of dainty, serviceable dresses for
the young Miss has been heavily' discounted.
Tomorrow's BIG SALE
Women's Summer Under Vests
. Tomorrow only - fj
Sale Opens 9 a. m. X C
You must come early if you expect to ,
participate in this
but cm serve
You Can Always Do Better At
ii v ilOOOjiCCOaOS
BARGAIN A MINUTE-NO
BELLINOHAM GIRLS sU'..
Hclliughuin, Wash., July a, Te)c
phone operntors hero to the nuiii'uer of
35 went on strike this morning, follow
ing fin oigaiiintion meeting li.tl pi-lit
Ho, for the Sea
shore, the Moun
tains or a Cool
outing shoes for men and women have no equ-.tl. Made
known Munson last,
everyone well -
early shoppers beat
LIMIT SALEM, JULY 12
About six girls are giving partial terv
ie at central.
Orie of the finest revideflech ill A."h
antl, owned by William O. Wilis, was
li-slrmod by fire Haturdny inM. .
the North j j j
pair today while our
I tires and ac'sries.
BARGAIN DAY-JULY 12TH