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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, THURSDAY. JULY 1919.
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JOURNAL WANT AD DEPARTEIENT IS THE BEST SELLING
MEDIUM LN MARION COUNTY-TRY TEEM FOR RESULTS
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Bead your a-ivertideirent the first day
it appears end notify us immeeli&lely if
Minimum charge, 13c.
"MARTIN" painter. Phone '04. 8 20
FURNISH KD house wanted. Call 852.
WANTED 6 or 7 room house by per
manent tenant. I'houe 730 W. 7-31
FOH SAIiK Crude Shorthorn bull
rtlves. U. M. Cock, Turner, Kt. 2. 8 4
ROOM and board eloso in. 495 N. Cum.
ttt. I'houe 1440. tl
FOB SAL K Cheap one nor, harness
and buck. 17th and Market St. S-l
WANTE1 ttood one horse wagon. Ad
dress Kt. 4, box ISA. 7-31
WANTKD Woman fur housework,
4U4 N. Liberty St. 8 1
OAK wood fur salo Ji) per cord. Phone
FIRST class room and board close in.
495 N. Com'!. Phone 1440. tf
TVAN'TfllX Light housekeeping rooms.
Phono Mrs. 1'eairs, 742. 8 1
FURNIKIIKU 5 room modern flat and
garage if desired. Phono 17e7V. tf
WAINTHI Lady dish washer j23 N.
t'-om'l pit. OcOd wag. s. 8 2
WE make the beat power prune dippers.
Salem Mfg Co., 1390 N. Front St. tf
JAS. LIONS practical painter. Phone
FOB SALE Horse, buggy and har
ness 775 N. 21st St. S-S
W. BRAVER well driller. Phone 827J,
1165 N. lath St. Sulom, Or. 8-8
W. P. WRIGIIT, Turner, auctioneer,
Why not get himf tf
FOB SALE Choice lot, paved street
200 cash. Others at . cost to own
er, on terms. Box It), Marion, Or. 8 2
FURNISHED housekeeping and single
.bod rooms for rent. No children, Cnll
afternoons 715 Center St. 8-6
FOR SALK Building 24x36 and small
Jot cheap. Phone 105SJ or 102F13.
LOOT On tSilverton . road, crank as
cmbly for Velie car. .Return to Sa
lem Velio company, reward. 8-2
FOB SALE A high grade pinno, first
class condition at a bargain. Phone
125 or 36. 7 31
HOUSEHOLD furniture for sale, at 210
4th St. Ivingwood Park. A. L. Page.
CRAIN separator for sale 30x00, fair
condition cheap if sold t oni'e. Ad
dress 13 B euro Journal. 7 31
WANTED 100O suits to clean. C.
Ezra Sparks, tailoring and cleaning,
1835 State St. Phone 5U8. 8-14
DErtORATO sanitary wall tint, best
made; beautiful sew colors. Burcns
Com '1 St. tf
WALL PAPER 15 cents per donblo fell
upward. Buren's Furniture Store.
179 Commercial. tf
FOR SALE Cheep good desirable!
building lot, pavement and sidewalk I
in. Eniiiiro at 162 X. Commercial
St. for Junes. 8 8
YOU SALE Lease 5 aore home, crop
eorn, beans, potatoes, fine lot pears
and other fruits, 30 White Leghorn
chickens, horse, biigy, light spring
wagon and harness; also household
goods. J. A. Callan, Chciuawa road
near Pacific highway. 8 2
We buy and sell notes, mort-
K-gcs and all kinds of bonds.
HA WRIT'S A ROBERTS
314 Msonle Building
t Bairns, Oregoa
BUY IN SALEM ALWAYS
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
TENT for sale. Phone 220SJ
FOH SALE Paled hay ia field, one
m.le east of city. 1'bone Hit 4. tt
FOR SALE Oond tcu of black
hort.es. 1'hone 1073. " 8-2
SOME pigs for sale.
1 i : i' t
Call 87F24 eve
UXFI'RNISHED 4 room apartments
fur rent cheap. Gall 1737W. tf
MEN wanted at tile works near fair
jrrounls. Apply Salem Tile t Mercan
tile Co. " tf
FOIS SALE i Culorie fircless cooker.
ono compart uieut. Call 785 Court St.
WANTED tfood ruileh eow giving
milk, Jersev preferred. Write Kt. 3,
box 91. " 7-31
WANTED Employment as steam or
gas tractor engineer and fireman.
J-2S care Journal. ' 8-2
FOB SALE 1919 Ford touring, or will
trade for larger car. Address J -29
care Journal. 7-31
Ft) II KENT Large, front loom suitable
for two, board. 461 .N. High. Phone
FOB SALE 6 lots, sevon room house,
chicken house, good shape, (2U00. Joe
Smith, 090 S. 2-d. 7 31
FOUR head of cattle for sale. Call
4 IS south Kith after five o'clock
evenings or Sunday. 8 1
BARGAIN Six room house, good
plumbiig, barn, Clearing fruit trees,
two lots, ltUW. F. 1m Wood, Bavne
DESIRABLE six room bungalow on
17th street near Court, with gas
stove to.' rent until Oct. 1st. Apply
L. L. Leadbetter, Orcgoa Pulp - Pa
per Co. 8 2
FOR SALE; Cheap one- Overland car,
would make fine bug or light deliv
ery, make us an offer. Salem Velie
company, 103 N. Com! (St. 82
FOR SALE 69 chickens at 39c a
piece, Kocka and Reds, Also bay
mare eight vears old will sell cheap.
Phono 804, Dallas. 7-31
FOB SALE 6 room house and 8 lots,
will take auto in exchange, as part
payment. W. A. Liston, agent, 4S4
Court St. 8-2
8ALEM chimney sweep. Sweeping
chimneys, repairing furnaces; got
this work done for winter. Phone
MEN wanted for sawmill and yard
work. Ho charge for wood, water or
rent for families. Steady work. Jas.
Colo, Devitt,, Or. - 8 2
LOGANBERRY pickers wanted; will
take back and forth in auto morniiftr
and evening; 2e per lb, good pick
ing. Phone 373 after T p. m. tf
WANTED Address of a few large
ponltrymen; can sell your eggs and
make you a good profit. H T cure
Journal. 7 31
WANTED To rent grain ranch of 130
to 200 acres with pasture and good
buildings; will pay cash or shares.
Write F E care Journal. tf
FOB SALE Nine room house, large lot
modern conveniences, double garage
close in, on street car line and paveci
street. G L cure Journal. tf
HAVING Mild all my stock and farm
tools, our fine homo of 20 acres is
for stile for S00, cah balance
terms to suit 6 percent. Phone 1!F
5. fi. R. Rvan. 8-2
HOP pickers wanted; wo pay 60c per
box and furnish you tents, wood nnd
straw free. Write and register now,
stating the number of pickers in
your family. E. Clemens Horst Co.,
Independence, Or. 8 6
FARMERS ATTENTION We handle
the old reliable Page fence direct
from factory in car load lots; Per
fection Automatic Gates Milwaukee
air pressure water systems, fresh wa
ter direct from spring or well. L. J.
Davenport, T. D. Allen, Hilvcrton,
Pa;e fence men for Marion and
Clackamas counties. a lft
HAT BIDS INVITED
Tha Hf, itnpoi nnA will ..i.i.. ...I.J
jbids np till S o'clock p. m. Monday,
T I August 4, 1919, for the purchase of 30
J.tons of grain and Vetch hay, erop
T 1919. The eity reserve the right to re
'Iject all or any part of a bid.
I 7.2s ECity !L.
PLAIN sewing wanted. Mrs. J. p.
Heed, 325 S. 14th. Phone 331M. 7 31
FOX terrier puppy wanted, female pre
ferred. 1520 State St. Phone- lsoo. tf
FINDER of purse- between Silverton
and Salem, mail enclosed pajwrs to
t r i'p.'iirs. tV O. Hot 44.1. K.ilem.
Or. 7 31
WANTED To rent grain ranch. 200
or 300 acres, with good building
Will pay cash rcat. L L E care Jour
nal. 7 31
FOR SALE One n room cottaje
with fireplace and furnace. Also one
tighiruora house. Both have g&s and
electric lights. Within throe blocks
of state house. Pv owner. A. J. Ka-i-cy,
091 S. Capitol street. 7-31
FAU.S City Logging - Lumber Co..
tails titv, Or. wants men for null
and yard work. Wages 5"c per hour
and up. Good schools, and living ac
eomniudutiouK for married men. 8 9
2500 TAKES block, with good 8
- room house, newly papered, bath, toi
let, electric lights, cement walks,
garage, good barn, fruit, and garden,
Will sell nil or part. Also have large
lot with 2 room house. Owner here
short time only. Inquire 1393 N. Lib
erty St. 8 2
UUP pickers wanted in Mitoma yard.
we furnish wood and tents, store on
grounds, all former pickers, welcome
and new ones aa well, at BOc jer box,
114 acres of the very best hops in
Oregon, register at Adc!,ph Bros.,
Mate St., or ileincr. II. Smith, Mc
Corniek bldg., Court St. tf
School district 131 will receive bids
for the painting of tho school houso
until Aug. th. Particulars can be had
from clerk, A. W. Blaco, Turner, Ore.
Board reserves the right to reject any
or all bids.
A. W. BLAOO,
8-1 s ' Clerk District 131.
OLESON'S AUTO EXCHANGE
349 N. COM. Y. M. C. A. BLOCK
USED CAR8 BOUGHT FOB CASH
OR SOLD ON COMMISSION.
Lot us paint and repair .your car.
Ford roadster, with express Ve-y,
Saxon roadster 1300
1918 Chevrolet sedan
6 (passenger Ovrelnnd to trade for lot
1918 Studcbaker 950
5 passenger, light Studebnher fowr
electric starter and lights $504
1917 Saxon six 4700
1915 Overland (500
We wreck autos for their parts, this
enables you to get olc car parts at
a bargain. Cash price p.id lor Junk
5-pasaengor Studebaker, (180.
Wo sell oils, grease, old auto part
tires and accessories.
NOTICE OF SALE OF GOVERNMENT
mber, general land office, Washing
ton. D. C., June 7, liw. Motace is
hereby given that subject to the condi
tions and limitations of the act of
June 9, 1916 (39 Stat., 21S), and the
instructions of the secretary of the in
terior of September 15, 1917, the tim
ber on the following lands will be sold
August 20, 1919, at 10 o'clock a. m., at
public auction at the United States
lund office nt Portland, Oiagon, to the
highest bidder at not less than the ap
praised value as shown by tlris notice,
salo to be subject to tho approval of
of tho secretary of the interior. The
purchase price, with an additional sum
of one fifth of one per cent thereof,
bodng commissions allowed, must be
'deposited nt time cf srile, money to be
I returned if snlo is not approved, other
wise patent will issue for the timber
i which must be removed within ten
years. Bids will be received from citi
teni of the United States, associations
of such citizens and corporations or
ganized under the laws of tho United
Stntes or any state, territory or dis
trict thereof only. Upon application of
a qualified purchase, the timber on any
legal subdivision will be offered sepa
rately before being included in any of
fer of a larger unit. T. 2 N., R. 3' W.,
Sfe. 11, NW'4 SW'J. red fir 510 M.,
cedar 53 M., SW'A SW'i, red fir 740
M., none of the red fir or cedar to be
sold for less than l."i0 per M. T. 9 8.,
It. 2 E., Sec. 5, NE',4 NE'4, fir 1G90
M., hemlock 270 M., XW', "NEtf fir
"0 M.. hemlock 150 M., HE',4 NEW,
fir 1770 M., hc-nlock 230 M., HVt
NE'4. fir 2390 M.. hetnloi-k 'i00 M.,
NEV4 NWW. fir CiO M., hemlock 130
M.. NWV, NVi, fir 1700 M., NEV,
SE'J, fir 1170 M., hemlock 120 M.,
NVV SE'4, fir 1630 M., hemlock 50
M., SE'i-SEVi. fir 1190 M., hemlock
30 M., SW4 8E4, fir 790 M., NE'4
,SWV4, fir 1930 M., NWft 8WV4, fir
2100 M.. SEV 8WV4, fir 1650 M.,
,SWy4 8W'4, fir 1250 M., no'e of the
j fir to be sold for less than tl.Jli per M.,
'id none of the hemlock to be sold for
less than 75 cents per M. T. 9 S., B. 3
E, Svt. 25. 8WI4 XW'4. red fir 600
M., SE NE'4, red ir 330 M., 8W
NE, red fir 500 M., none of the red
fir to be sold for less than (2 per M.
CLAY TALI.MAX, Commissioner, Gen
-ral Land Office. ' 1 19
Notice is hereby given that the un
dersigned has been apixrinled adminis
trator of the estate of Sarah 8. Moh
er, deern'-fl. All persons having claims
airainst the einte are hereby notified
'O present tile mine, properly verified
in the manror provi b-d bv law at the
office of Dorm Id W. Mile, attorney
for th estate as a'lovo innntioned, in
the. city of Sah m, Marion county, Ore
L'oa, at room .'Mil IV ted S'ntis .Na
tional bank bu'ibl; rr. within, j
month of the d-io of the first publi
cation of this notice. The fjrst publi
cation of this rt'.to e is made this 31'
day of Julv, 1919.
T. IT. MOSHETt,
Donald VT, Miles,
Attorney for the administrator 8 28
B.V'rS cleaned. painte-I. patched and
tarred. Phoue C. C. Kays at 164.8. 8-5
WANTED Owed location for small
lunch counter, would, buy place.
Writ L Z care Journal. " 81
CONCRETE power mixer wanted at
once. Stalem tsewer-lipe Co. Phone
FOR SALE House aad lot; best buy
in south SaWiu. See A. J. Baldwin.
FOR RENT House ou Lincoln street
mir South Commercial, $10; also
bain on Front street, between S'ate
and Court, $6. 1'hone 71. 8-1
FOR SALE Cheap, light four Stude
baker, fine to make bug for some
boy. Get our price. Salem Velie com
pany, 102 N. Commercial. 7-31
WANTED Competent woman to eate
for convalescent lady and do house
work for family of two. No washing.
Good wages. Phone 72F11. 7 31
R ESP IX T A B L E elderly widow wishes
position housekeeping for respect
able elderly bachelor or widower,
without children. W W care Journ
al. 7 31
MEN wishing to better their condition
and become expert cost accountants,
public accountants or auditors will
do well to answer this ud, giving
addresw, telephone number, ami tell
what experience you have had in
accounting. P. C. Capital Journal. S-3
NURSERY STOCK Italian prunes,
grafted walnuts and all other kinds
of nursery stock for fall delivery.
Also a second hand Maxweld auto
will trade for a good team. Brooks
Nurserv, Lafavette, Or. 8-28
G COD rX VESTMENTS Six room
modern house east Salem, two lots,
bearing fruit trees. 2050, terms.
Five room bungalow on paved street,
2000.. Three room ho'use, paveci
street clcs- in, (000. Choice ten acre
Hracts eloso in, easy terms. Nino
acres improved close to town, (HUH).
F. L. Wood, Bayne bldg. 8 1
12 YEAR old prune farm for sale, con
sisting of 10 acres if bearing prune
trees, located in the famous Willam
ette valley, in the town of Shaw;
fuir buildingn, lots of good water,
cloae to school, Small bungalow lo
cated in Salem will be considered in
the- duul. Snap fur some one. Reason
for Belling, old age. See Geo. J.
Parks, 365 X. High St., Salem, Or.
Phone 645. 8-1
ALL GOOD BUYS
7 room plastered house, large lot,
all kinds of fruit and berries, 2200,
500 cash balance to suit.
8 rooms, 2 baths, electrie lights, full
basement and furnace, eloso in (3500,
(100O cash, balance to suit.
12 acres on river road, fair improve
ments, good wntor. $1(10 good terms.
JOHN H. SCOTT REALTY CO.
404 Hubbard bldg.
FOB SALE A good Willamette valley
ranch 87 V acres, 12 mile from Sa
lem 2'j miles from good town, '4
mile from R. R. station, y.t to 2Mi
miles to 3 churches and 3 schools, in
cluding high school; mail delivery
twice each day; telephone; good
neighborhood; the beet cold soft wa
ter. Fenced and cross fenced; level
land, 2 acres ash timber, main road,
good buildings; with or without crop
and equipment. Just put in barn 50
tons of hay from 12 acres. This is
one of the best producing ranches in
this country; will sell all or a part to
suit ptirchner, if taken at ouce.
Frank W. Lathrop, Turner, Or. tf
WE OWN AND OFFER FOR BALE
thi? following properties:
No. 7 10 acres all in cultivation,
J t lie best of berry land, Lies three niile
east of Salcin. Price (225 per acre; 13
ensh balance terms.
No. 2 15 acres all in cultivation,
well located three miles east of Salem.
Price '350 per acre. 1-3 cash balance
No 0 10 acres Yt niile from (he asy
lum. Fine locution, nil in potatoes, 13
of crop goes with plncf. Price (350 per
acre, easy terms.
No. 1554 ucres just off of Silver
ton road. 40 acres in cultivation; run
ning water; 8 room house, windmill,
tank, garage, splendid barn, silo, hog
house, etc. Good black loam soil. The
buildings1 alone could not be replaced
for (5000. Price $225 per acre, good
No. 3 14 acres three miles cast of
Salem, just off tho Silverton road.
No. 1043 acres splendid river bot
tom land. Over half in cultivation, bal
ance pasture snd timber. Three fourths
mile from Independence in Polk coun
'y. Fine loganberry and hop land.
No. 17 33 acres on the Pacific high
way all in cultivation, paveci road. No
buildings. Good black loam oil. Locat
ed between Albany and Jofferson.
Price (130 per acre, jjnod terms.
No. 18 2SS ncres one mile from the
Pacific highway, one mile from the
town of Sliedd in Linn county. 170
acres. in cultivation, 30 acres timber
and balance pasture. Situated on the
Little Calaponia river, flood hay and
grain land or dairy ranch. Very good
buildings including a good seven room
house equipped with pressure water
tank and silo and good barn. T'rico (73
per acre. 1 3 cash, ba'nnee- time.
314 Masonic bldg, Salem, Or. 8 2
Notice is hereby given, that the un
dersigned Emma L. Dwyer. adminititra
trix of the estate of Edward F. Dwyer.
deceased, filed her final account as ad
ministrntrix of the estate of Edward
P. Dwyer, deceased, in the county
court for Marion county, Oregon, and
said court has duly set tho time for
hearing objections thereto, and the fin
al settlement thereof, for Monday All
gut 18. i;19. at the hour f 10 o'clock
a. m. of i.d 'lay io tho court room
of said court at Salem, in raid county
lated this 17th day r,f July, 1919.
EMMA L. DWYEK,
Adminis'ratrix of the estate of E
ward F. Dwyer, deceased. 8-15
TWO TON truck to trade for 5 pas
senior auto, niotorrvclc for portable
dtag saw. Write D C C care Journ
WANTED Two young Ud is who re
quire "rain me-il daily. State terms
etc. Address W-sl care Journal. 8 1
FOR SALE 1 9 year eld Urv, weight
14tk; 1 2 horse wajon, 3 inch; 1 har
row. 8 feet; I plow, 12 inch. J. G.
Cttnos, 1910 S. Com'l, lit. 3, box
10. 8 2
'BOUND COAST !
LEAGUE EASES !
(By United Tress.)
Yesterday's winners: Si.creuirnto,
Oakland, Salt Ijike, I.os Angeles. I
Home runs: Shoely, Speucti, Ih-cs, j
A rally in the fifth inning netted Ihe j
Oaks seven runs and won the game from j
the Tigers, 8 to 5. j
The Senators o.iitinued the'.r winning
stride, beating the Seals 5 to 2. 1
The Angels won from the Heavers, 4'
to 1, but McCredie promises to protest j
because Fittery, coaching, gave Hates'
a shove th:;t scored the run tiiut ruined'
the morale of the Portliiiulc rs and!
caused them to drop the game.
The Rainier dropped another to tho j
Bees, 6 to 2.
(Continued frctn page one)
ceived by chairmen of the committees.
Probe Ia Widened.
Scope of the investigation appeared
brondeneel today by introduction uf two
resolutions by Representative logo,
Missouri, directing tho fcdiial trade
commission to look into an alleged
scheme to increase immediately tho
pvieo of shoes, also directing tho ways
and means coniiiiilleo to ascertain
whether corporations are 1111. king mon
ey enough to pny their taxes under the
war revenue bill, by raising prices.
Profiteering ia responsible! for high
costs, according to the Brotherhood of
Locomotive Engineers, The advisory
board of the brotherhood, sixteen men,
headed by Warren S, Stone, called on
President Wilson luto yesterday.
"At this time we find ourselves
obliged to Bguiu request an 1ucre1.se in
wuges," Stone told Wilson. " We bo-
lievo the true remedy for the situation,
and one that will result in lifting the
burden under which the whole peopl
are struggling,, is for the government
to tnko some adequate measure to re
duce the cost of tho necessaries of life
to a figure that the present wages and
income of Oie people will meet.
Postal Distribution Urijcd.
"Should not this be considered feas
ible, we will bo forced to urge thivt
those whom we represent bo granted an
increase in wages to meet tho deteriora
tion of the purchasing price of the dol
In a letter to Postmaster General
Burleson today, Assistant Secretary of
War ( rowell as....; that a reptcscnta
tive of tho postofflco department bfc
appointed to confer with Assistant D)
rector of Rales Emrosn of the war do
pnrtment, regarding arrangements of
details "in connection with distribu
tlon of food supplies to tho public
through the channels of Hie parcel
It hns been stated that the cost of
postage tinder the plan would be. includ
ed in the price of the food.
Biiiloisoii si: ill he .voulil be gliid to
cr operate in the "direct to table" sale
of the millions of dcillnrn worln of food
Under the scheme orders for fond mny
be placed with n:-.y of the, fifty five
thousand postmasters in the country,
TI.ey will send the orders tj the proper
distributing station rind the piovisions
v. ill be brought around lo the house by
the postman. Price lists wnj lie sup
plied. The postmnNters will also advertise
that the army fond is for saic so the
news inr.y be curried into Ihe most
S nrselv setled comniunit'"S.
Flour BubBtitntea Offered
The war depart m.'nt today put on
the mnrkot an additional 1X0,000
Tioiuuls of flour sulisfit utes. Bids will
no opened at llie rM. 1,0111s. 7.011c sup
ply olfieo August V.
The sulmiitiites are stored at Fort
Sill. Oklahoma ami include 15,000
pounds of white corn meal; 15,000 of
yoTow eirn meal; 120,000 pounds of
"isoie" flour; P,00 pound of ri"C
f our, 10 000 poun U of corn starch
flour; 5000 pounds of tint men I flour
and .i000 pounds of wh.te corn flour.
Bids must be for entire lots of the
floor nnd corn meal, with the excep
tion of tliu "issue'' flour, wliie.h will
bi sold in lot cf '!0,"00 pounds or
Representative Igoe today conferred
with houso loaders in n effort to get
immediute action on his reaulution to
have tho federal trade cointniiision in
vestigate, tho prices of (Jioesi, clothinij,
sugar and coffco nnd to have tho ways
and incaim committee investigate high
"My idee is that tho effective way
to stop profiteering is to tax the ex
tortion of the profiteer into the treas
nr,'' Jjrou mid. ' 'This husiniNis of
promeuting viola'ion of the an'i tru;t
latss is good but it if a s ow, tedioui
process. ' '
'FRISCO BELLS 6-)0 POUNDS
OF ARMY BACON FI&8T HOUR
San Francisco, July 31, The firs'
00)0 ponnila f army bacon offered
Sai Franeiwo ccieumers by tli mil-nii-ipality
was sold in lejis than an hour
today, tlie army truc ks are rushing de
livery of the remainder of the first
50, 000 pounds purchase in an effort
to kpep up with the demand. Already
an Francisco has ordered an aeldition
al 50 fK0 pounds, nl:h a prospect of
several similar orelers.
Th iiacon u sedd to consumers at
31 cents, a local ib-partnient Wore hand
ling the food. Canned tomateies r l
rut offered at co-t, an-l the campaign
started by tho Daily News, a local
newsiiap'r, will result ia other foods
being offered at cost.
To Our Customers
Advance in prices is the rule today. Withdraw
al cf prices by many mills is common, and other mills
quote prices prevailing only at the time of shipment.
Is due to the scarcity of materials, higher manufac
turing costs, incidental to higher wages and de
creased production. This condition affects every
line and your "Home Merchant" has very little lati
tude in the matter.
Our prediction is, that prices prevailing today
will appear cheap compared to prices within the
We hope we are mistaken but cannot ?ce what
will cause a decline.
The demand from the world is decreasing our
supnlies and the result is necessarily high prices.
However, whatever conditions, whichever way
it goes you will find us
"Playing the Game Square"
And living to our well earned reputation.
You Can Always Do Iktter At
NEWARD MAYOR HELPS SERVE
PATRONS AT PUBLIC MARKET
Newark, N. J., July 31. "Newark
is cutting the high cost cf living,"
A is clogau 011 eleven fire stations
and a club house today heralded tho
openiug of Mayor OiU'a tale of bacon
purchased ifrmn the army. The bacon
Was Sold at 36 cents n n.mri.l In liri.
vate markets bneon retailed from 50
10 r cents.
The mavor nersonnll siervpft ens.
turners nt station number 7. Attirod in
a white apron and wicldinu a l.iir kii'
he disposed of 250 pounds in the first
OHIO PROSECUTORS START
WAR ON DEALERS BEHIND
Columbus, Ohio, July 31. Alleged
gentlemen's agreements ." iicrmitllnir
produco firms in tho big rentals, of tn
state to corner perishable foods were
under fil'O here today bv Ohm nrnwrni.
tors in conference on tho problem of
curbing prices and profiteers.
evidence gntliered in various coun
ties indicated that these airinementa
permitted 0110 firm to control the but
ter market, another to dominalo the po
tnto market, while others held
over berries, fruits, ete.
Prices on these commodities wcro
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"Horn of Pleithr
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f t. While
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J'-iPtfLn 4 ' lnd corb:cfyl.dln220to43bush-
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3 put 14; li'- tftiiyt.
, -iilir-'T1t;i '4 fJ' ' C'Stw, she o n 'i -'RbrinyHequjlfiucta. Ihe
mT f , f- , ; laiid (01. fj'ii'f n Hitti4il arKl'ics-nfrnta to II
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f m. j Vwr-j.-m Can-.-; ' ni.m mw I jx;(i'"n, stvi ma-
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fixed arbitrarily from day to d-v v. ith
t reguid for the law of cui.idv and
demand, the prosecutors charged. Jicsvt
to tho meat trust, the must powerful
combination i the fruit trust, one offi
cial charged. Cases were cited wheio
whole cuilouds of fruits were clnmiie,l
and permitted to rot while abnormal
prices obtained in the cities.
Mnny truck gardeners were In agree
ment with produce men-haul not to sell
direct to the consumer, (icivernor Cex
and Attorney General Price, directing
the invest igutiun, were told,
Governor Cox blamed the high eot
of food stuffs and living in general for
unrest in the United States and urged
tho proseeutois to wage unremitting
war against profiteers in their respec
LOS ANGELES TO BUY TOODS
rOB SALE AT COST PRICES
Los Angeles, Cul., July 31. Los An
geles has joined the list of cities buy
ing surplus army food. City representa
tives have ben instructed to order two
carloads of bacon, two carloads of su
gar and one carload of flour at tho go
crnuient sale" of surplus supplies. TI10
goods will be retailed in Los Angeles
under city supervision.
If the demand is good and the plan
proves a success, more foodstuffs prob
ably will bo bought later.
Agt, Standard Oil Co., Salem.
Wp f m C 3 n 3 $ n f rt
wpirah n l.l r u (t t. t
jtV-"' ie wotlJ 1 same rpon-it-
ii!rmpr-ofM(-t((jns; 1 r'.? siiiTi iter.
h'v h prici1 for Grain- C-tMlen4 Sheep
to rt-1 - i.n. price uf Lmiiiamu.-! bcwusviiue.
Lz&t ta th cr can b had on
from $13 to $30 per I
good grazing land at much las, f
Kaiiw.'iv nti j
rat interat. f
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rciti. Cor. 1st w rt ttu S. vuK