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About The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 5, 1918)
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e Wants and Needs of the Capital City Are Noted
der Proper Headings So You Can Readily Find Them
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n,. Sell and JBxchangc all Kind
.a-n If I 1 TVk rrTC
CCUI1U niuiu uuuud
cixmuNa, snoEs, mcr
CLES, TOOLS, ETC
. us J37 Cout St.
HUE INSURANCE SOCIETY
, W. M. Burghardt, Jr., - .
r.i.ln6 Agent 3S3 Stati
Money to Loan
IKTROTED FAHH Alf I CITT
.DArenrr at lowest rates
rtnC If rnDnotrlMBwli
Daakt Salem, Or.
TZZzt TO LOANI HAVE MADE
Lu. . loaning eastern
ri" will make very low rat of
iMwMt on hi shir improved farms.
S H. Smith Koom 6. McCormack
ilBFIM) AD V KKTISKStEJfTS
. Rat Fes Wer -.: -' J -m- "
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Subsequent Insertion ....... Ho
Om Tweek (fix insertion) ... So
on month Jo
t month a contract per mo. Jo
II month contract, per mo... ! 7c
o account opened for leas than 5
a. aeat card given free with' an
advertisement to the extent ofROo
innounclng- "For 8 "For
Kent," "lioom" or "Board."
Tack new classified ? advertl
mnt will be ? run under "New
Today" for first Insertion. Unless
otherwise ordered by the adver-
ubaequent Insertion of the lad
will ppr under its proper class
location. . I
Ko advertlsment will 1 bo run
under "New Today" for more than
n issue under any circumstance
'iOR KENT FURNISHED HOUSB
J kplng rooms. 694 North Commrcial
siret; prone 3454-W. f ;
I S SALE SMALL. SHOAT8 $6 EACH.
Ihona 3J81-J. ' . - .- i 5
WANTED TO RENT 5 OR ROOM
modern house, 5 Phone; , 635. . I t .
WANTED TO RENT MODERN HOUSE
with garage, close In. Nlemeyer, 64
State street. -:,- ' V- ?-
VT VNTED BY RESPONSIBLE COUPLE,
4 r 6 room modern bungalow furn
ished. State price nd location. Ad
wets "11 14" care Statesman office.
TO KEWT CASH 20 -ACRES S MILKS
southwest oa Oregon Electric and
county road, good house orchard and
3 seres . beaver dam land. - phone
CXS OR TWO NICE ROOMS WITH
boaid; modern conveniences; price
ressonable. Fbone 187!vV. i .
OP 31 WANTS WORK FOR A
few weeks. Fred Gr instead.. Salem.
VAXXD G1U1. OR WOMAN FOR
Koeral housework. Phono 6F3.
EXPERIENCED SALESLADy.. WANT
j i tor dry-groods store. Address
Sr,t.mn "H ia". - State experience.
. j-WLVDOW CLjEANER. PHONE
HILKER3 WANTED. PICKNET BROS.
If you are not a first class milker
you aeed not apply- Phone 1437.. a
WANTED MAN TO CUT SO CORDS
f :r ' wood. W. Frank Crtw ford.
LOT OF Mi WANTS WORK DURING
January, and before second semes
ter of hlh school. Inexperienced on
farm. City preferred. Addresa "B
25." care Statesman. , .?'
1-0 WILL. PREPARE TOU FOR THE
. mechanical departmental of the Unit
ed States frovernmnC Write for lit
erature. Hemphill Trade . Schools,
797 Hawthorne Ave.. Portland, Ore.
1 OR SALEFIVE FRESH COWS.
Good milker. Cheap for Quick ala.
Phon 180$- W. i -
J'OR SALE 4 BERKSHIRE MALE P1G3
J weeks old. Can furnish papers
for registration. Call Zik'iZ. a "
EEE RULIFSON MILE NORTH OF
County i arm for Poland China ow
P K or phone 4F4. ; . j -
I OR SALE FOUR COWS FRESH AND
STT'n 'resh Durham and Jersey.
liLftS4 Ferry utreet or phone 4 83.
"Murp.i.i. Airor .
1 vFH POAT MEAT EVERY i DAT.
KHEAVT TEAM. HARNESS
t.k 404 Hubbard building.
V"r?D ?iOR SALE. ALL, KINDS OF
i,'rvlA'" potatoes. 60c per bushel,
i 4 or. 632 after of lice hours.
lHf AE R TRADE GOOD STOD--vT.
Dtn In good running; order.
Cheap. CaU J98? ; .
1 nffuL,E. COMPLETE THRASHINO
lii- rr,t ' condition. Cheap.
-uul Kobow. route 9. Salem.
ra.5AX,E--BE5AN POWER FRUIT
'kfl' '""oat new. Will sell cheap.
Or,iohn a Dunlavy. Brook.
ureoa. phon 7nipii
faTUWANT TO GET THE BEST
lIom.lr'8nd 10e to tha pacific
- JubartaVl C,em' Oregon, for a Ulal
1'PUon. Mention thi ad. s -
CTM?Tr OF THE O ATM AN GIRL5
- rrstil-.tPW oy of western . Immi-mavi-i
ha" been carefully revised,
tell, i? "dsome little book. It
sarrL. Phl terms of the mas
caiL .tbe" tman family, of the
(of u!,? J'-orenao. and the captivity
ttiir,., nd , OH ve. , Mary died of
t "m . .mnd OHve wa purchased
Ths .Inda rear later,
dreslt M cent. ptpaid. . Ad
. fKOB Teacher Monthly. Sa-
XrelsBt'SrVH1TK "LEGHORN COCK-
') ' ry fiJrJnVlt CorvUi- T11?
. 1oTi?tV,WJNT ,TO OET THE I BEST
. - . fiir , nnni riim. .ri n , a u
f "."" ? " y
. ,",l!..8aIem. Oregon, for a trial
A tHWD BUV 24x80 FEET ON EAST
- la.. Commercial street, on door
north of State street. Salem, toacth
; ' with Perpetual rigrbt of way over
i tha 14xS04 feet tract ex tend in a; from
thi property to State street. Terms
Pf ,y f,eott. Boxorth. 701-3 Spauldlng
Klda-.. Portland Orernn. -
IMtAKD AMD ROOM.
WANTED BUSINESS MEN'S CLUB.
, nice rooms, breakfast . and dinnt-r,
price right.! "The Taylor'." 1510
FA It MS
FOR RENT 70 ACRES LOCATED H
mil west of Waoato station. Yamhill
county. 13 acres hops. 700 bearing
j fruit trees, 23 acres farm land, bal
ance pasture. Address W. 1L Eg-an,
u"n, rome z. pnone
FOR RENT ROOM MODERN FLAT.
Inavilr 693 North Liberty, phone
FOR RENT MODERN BUNGALOW
on 4alock from paved atreet, in
t South Salem. 10 perlmonth. E. A.
: Rhoten 4 Rural Avenue. Pbon
FOR RENT ONE SEVEN ROOM
' house, paved street new aarasje
IS. One six room house no ia-
: rasa 87. Call 11V0 South Liberty
FOR RENT THE FOLLOWING
$10 Five-room modern cottasr at
. XI57 & Church St. - .
$13.6.0 Six-room modern houaa on
paved atreet; at 111 South Hlrh SC
Call at Statesman business office
: or phone 883. ..-,
FOR RENT THE FOLLOWING
; . $ Partly modern five-room cot
: tage. 1053 Saginaw. Call at 1043
' Saajinaw, or 'Statesman business of-
) f ice. Phone 33.
: $29 Modern . five-room - flat, at
(68 V Ferry street. A . ly at 8 la tea
man office. Thone 3
FOR RENT SIX ROOM STRICTLY
i modern buns; alow. $88 per month.
R. H. Snyder, 841 Stat St. Phone
FOR RENT COMFORTABLE ROOM
. with use of bath, in modern home.
; Address A. B. car Statesman.
FOR RENT NICE FURNISHED ROOMS
with bouse privilege in central lo
cation. 3&4 North Winter atreet.
ROOMS FOB RENT WITH HOT WA-
: ter, heat and modern conveniences,
at the Alexadria, 1030 Chemaketa
street. Phone 1180.
FOR RENT NICELY FURNISHED
- housekeepintr room, reasonable, 858
LOST and FOUND
with tan wood handle ; near 1491
--South - Commercial atreet, Return
o tSatesmaa off ice or phone 109$-M-
HIGHEST CASH PRICE PAID FOR
H good clean rag. Preaaroom. Statea
: , man. . - - -
HORSES WANTED WE , BUT AND
a. .. t , - . t MMaAM V
. sell, atnoi ot -wur uu.
you lav any for sale call oa na
Clearwater Bros., Salem Mors Ex
t change, $64 Ferry St. Phone 1031
nr 4 8.1. '
TIRES REPAIRED VULCAKlZlXj.
BRACKETT . St GRAY TUBES VUL-
Canixed. z&c iteuuin "
y. Free service car. Phone, 1400.
379 North Commercial. " s1.- -. -
WATT SHIPP CO. RETREADS AND
ectlon vtuDe soc up. crvw
Phone 363." 136 South; Commercial
street, - ' -
SHIPPS AUTO SERVICE CITY AND
country irips. riiu
night. 359. '
BELMONT SERVICE STATION STOR-
ago nailery repairma, -
t and auto electric accesorie Cor
ner Stat ana ironti n.
DR. F. Lb UTTER DENTIST.ROOMS
413-414 Htnx ' ..ox vum'"ci
" Phone 0. .
R. HARK, TJCAtiU-B. JT
MODERN WOODMEN OF AMERICA
. rann. No. 6246. meeis
every Thursday evening at I o clock
In Derby building, corner Court and
High street. R. F. Day, V. C, J. a.
mvrHEnilOOD OF TOEMAlf
MEETS EVERY WEDNESDAY EVEN-
8 o'clock. All visiting members wel
come, W. H, Prink. Foreman. Dr.
M. E. romeroy. Correspondent,
BAGGAGE AND PABCEW DHEIl-
ea any picb, ciiy v" '
$4 or 2081-R- W. T Fisher.
will be found at Ingrey's. A clean
barber shop with bar her. who know
how., ingrey isaroer ouf.
State street. ' '
CHIROPRACTIC ADiJUSTMENTS RE-
. store normal
remits eoni-ult Df. ,May. 305-6-4
Hubbard BIdg. phone. 637. . f
DR. O. I SCOTT. D. Cr GRADUATE 0
P. 8. C. cniropraciirs iwrnwi.
Davenport. Iowa, fchlropractic cor
rect i tbe cause Of disease. Ofnee
IOC.1.1. U. B. I N. tsHT.ii iju.-v...- j
DR, U MiHUMCURES ANY KNOWN
dinonae.l ia g- rum, ct. . - - -
DRESSM AKING OOWNS. RMODEL
ed 615 North Capitol trL Phon
imAvs AWfi Expnrss
I'hone 933, Salem's largest and beat
equipped transfer company. Get our
reduced freight rates .on eastern
shipments. Also for storage as w
have three warehouses in connection
with business. Furniture moving,
packing, shipping and storing our
specialty. Office 1(1 South Commer
CRT CLEAJflJfa AND rRSCSSUTO
JAPANESE PRESSING PARLORS F.
S. Watanabe, Prop., 434 N. Commer
cial St. Ladles' and genUemen's
suits cleaned and pressed, $1 and
81.80. Work called for and deUvered
free. Tel. Main 863.
JUNK WANTED WE PAY HIGHEST
price for junk of every kind., . Let us
make you a price oa your household
foods. The "Squara Deal
Capital Junk Co.,
o tree i. fnone
FULL. VALUE PAID FOR SECOND
band goods. Highest market price
for Junk and hide. The People'
i unit ana neconanana Bio ret 17 ho.
commercial. ; mono lit. -
"CLEAN WHITE HAM PROVEN 8T7C
eessfuL Applied here or sold tor
bom us. 'Sanitary Beauty Parlor a.
is uuptwra uiag.
SALEM STEAM LAUNDRY QUICK
delivery and careful work. Dry
waah fc per pound. 13$ South Lib
erty f mono 8.
HOME WET WASH LAUNDRY REO
ular washing don at a rat every
body can afford. For only sixty-five
cent we will collect, wash and de
liver your washing within , twnty-
iour noura. mono ttii.
FRUITLAND NURSERY SALES YARD
at High and Ferry. Call and see
stock and get prices before purchas
ing elswhere. Everbearing straw-
WHY PAY BIG PRIC-
es for glasses T 1
can ft your eyes
with first quality
lenses in gold niiea
frame as low a $3.60. 'Satisfaction
guaranteed. Will J. Thompson, grad
uate optometrist 341 North Liberty
street. Examinations by appointment
only. Phone 1101-J.
DR. W. L. MERCER. GRADUATE
American School Osteopathy, Kirks-
" ville. Mo.: treats acute and chronic
disease. Office 404-40S U. 8. Na
tional Bank Bldg. Phone Ml Resi
dence 419 North Summer. Phone $14.
DRS. WHITE ! & WALTON, OSTEO
pathle physicians and surgeona
Graduates of the American Schools of
Osteopathy. Kirksville. Mo. Post-
fraduata and specialized in nervous
iseaaes at Los Angetes ; College.
Treat acute and - chronic diseases.
Office 605-6-7-8. U. 8. Nat'l Bank
Btdgr. Phone $59: Residence,' 1630
' Court St. Phone 3316.
Q. E. MAST. EXPERT TUNING,
cleaning, repairing and regulating.
All ..work guaranteed. 164S Hall
atreet or care of Sherman Clay at
- Co.. Court atreet, phone 8163-J.
FOR YOUR HOT WATER HEATING
system see T. M. Barr, plumber 164
South Commercial St.. Salem. Oregon.
SECOND HAND GOODS
WE BUT AND SELL SECOND HAND
goods of all kind, pipe fittings, bar
ness, collars, - collar- pads, tools,
chain. . Fred Schlndler. 366 Center
AUTO TRUCK SERVICE, ANY KIND
of i hauling. Household
moving Job don prompt
' Iv. Try me once. Tim me.
476 State 8t Phon 9(3. Realdanee
WEBB A CLOUGH C. B. WEBB. A. M.
Clough. funeral director. Latest
modern methods known to tha pro
fession. 497 Court street.
SALEM WATER CO. OFFICE, 801 8.
Commercial atreet. For water aervlce
- apply at office. Make all complaint
at the office. No deduetlona in biila
will be -allowed for absence or for
any causes whatever unless water is
cut off from premises. Hereafter
5 1 water for irrigation will only be
furniahed to regular customers uing
water for domestic purposes. Con
tractors for sidewalk, brick work,
or plastering, will please read "for
building purposes" under schedule of
' rates. Apply at office for copy. -
c 4 WALL PAPER FAINT
TEN CENTS A DOUBLE ROLL AND
upward for cnoice w an caper
Buren'i Furniture Store, 379 - Com
GLENN L. ADAMS FOR HOUSE DEC-
corattng. painting, tinting, pi
hanging, etc Work dona by contract
or day: good workman. Location
1030 Center SL ; Phone M6-W.
SEE PORTER FOR PAINTS WALL
Paper ana rieturs rruuns. ww
k workmen. 466 Court Bt Phone 486.
WOVEN WIRE FENCING
Depot National AneHeas Pes,
mil slses, Z la t M In. high.
nils 4 Vavnlala.
' Stove RelMillt Repaired
; IKaakvrrr 11 Heokaw
250 Court St, Pfcon 134
IL Ik ,FEMITG.
STOCKHOLDERS- MEETING 7 THE
annual meftlng of the tockholder
of the Gold Creek Mining & Milling
Co. U hereby called for Monday.
January 7. 118, at 8;00 o'clock p. rn
to meet in the office of the Capital
Business College, Salem. Oregon, for
' the purpose of electing a board of
-director and transacting nuch othor
buninesa aa may come before It. By
- order of the ITeaident. Otto Hansen.
Attest. W. -1. Staley. secretary.
A certain teacher asked her pu
pils to bring in "three item of-Information"
about the rirer which
flowed by their town; and from one
boy she received this model of con
cise composition: . "I hare lived
near it- I have skated orer it. I
haTe feU Into It-' Exchange.
SPOT CASU PAID FOR EGGS. POULT
ry, veal, dressed hog, ate. i W
want your products, and will pay
highest market price. alem Fruit
Co., 88T So. Commercial Street.
V Eftsjs and Poultry.
Eggs, 40 to 42c.
liens, live, 20c.
Turkeys, live. 19 to 21c.
rork. Mutton suid ltoef.
Pork on foot 14 c
Veal, dressed, 12 to 16c.
Spring lambs, 12 He
Beef steers, 6 to 7 c; cows.
to fie !
Bulls, 3H to 5c.
Cheat, per ton, $22.
Clover, per ton, $21.
Vetch, per ton, $22.
Wheat. $1.85 to 1.87. j
Oats, 80c to 85c
Beans, 8 to 9c
MiU Feeds. Retail.
Bran, per ton, $35.50.
Shorts, per ton, $38. 1
WHOLESALE TO DEALERS.
Country butter, 45c .
Creamery prints, 53 to 64c -Butt
erf at, f.o.b. Salem, 66c.
! Vegetables. s '
Lettuce, crate, $2 to. $2. 25.
Cauliflower. $1.25. . . . ;
Celery, 90c , i
Nebr. rice corn, 10c
Tomatoes, California. $2.00.
Onions. $2.00 to $2.75.
String garlic, 8c
Turnips, sack. $1.50.
Sweet potatoes, 4c .
Walnuts (No. 1) 25c
Walnuts (No. 2) 20c
Peanuts (raw) 13c
Cocoanuts, doxen, $1.40.
Grapefruit, $4 to $5. r
Oranges, $2.60 to $4.76.
Cranberries, barrel, $17.00.
Apples, $1 1.50.
Fard dates. 82.60.
Dromedary dates, $4.65.
Honey (Idaho) $4 to $4.50.
Crapes, per keg, $5.50. ; .i ru.'
Lemons, $708. r
..Retail Price. ,
Cranberries, 2 0v - .
Creamery butterp 60c"
Flourr hard wheat, $2.80 to $3.
Flour, Taller. f2.60 to $2.60.
Eggs, 50c .. . -Sugar,
cane and beet.' 11 lb, $1.
Potatoes, sack lots. $1.50.
I PORTLAND MARKETS I
, ,1 -v , . ,
PORTLAND. Or.fJan. 4jButter;
Prints, extras, 52 to 54c; cubes, ex
tras, 49 He; prime firsts 49c; dairy,
34 cents. : . . ? -
Butterfat, Portland delivery No. 1
sour rream. 56 to 57c. :
Potatoes. -."' i-
Buyine nrice. locals, ll: selling
price, $1.10 to $1.50. .
" ; Cintins.. ... -Crain
options. 30 days: Oats, No.
2. 859: barley, feed, $54.60; barley.
brewing, $57.50. ? V
Eastern oats and .corn in duik:
Bid Oats. No. 3 white, $55; oats.
38-pound clipped, white, 56; corn.
Kri: 3 vellow. 364.50: corn. No. 3.
mixed, $60: oats. No. 3, $55.50; oats,
cliooed. $56.50: corn, yellow, 63.75;
corn, mixed, $60. ,
Sales 100 tons January cnppe?
oats at $56.60.
: Car ' Reewpt.
Tndar's ear receiDts: Wheat. 6 :
barley, $ 4 ; flour, 3 ; oats, 4; hay, 29.
?tt1 atMriv- receinta. 358: medi
um to choice steers, $9.?, to $10.50;
good to medium steers; $8.75 "to
$9.65; common to good steers, $7.25
to 88.40; choice cows and heifers,
tu 75 to ST.60: ; common to rood
rows and heifers, $5.50 to $7.10;
canners, $3 to $5t50: bulls, $4.50 to
$7: calves, $7 to $10: stocker ana
feeder steers. $6 to $8.
Hogs, steady to higher; receipts.
1338. PVime llfht. 815.35 to $15.50;
nrtme heavy. $15.50 to $15.65; nigs.
813.50 to $14.50;'TU11C,. Slo.35 to
Sheep dull; receipts, 98. Western
lambs. $13 to $12,501 valley lambs.
115 Rd in 113: vearllngs. - 812 to
312.50! wethers. $11,75 to $12.25:
ewes. $8 to $10. Portland .marRet
on shorn sheep. 2 V4 to 3c under quo
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Unsettlement Starts with
NEW YORK. Jan. 4. Trading in
stocks today was characterised by a
succession of confusing -reversals,
the list recording no less than half
a dozen advances and declines. Lower
quotations prevailed at , the- .close,
important Issues showing-a prepond
erance of losses, for- the most . part
jtominal. " - - ' . .; -t ' t
Unsettlement started with the Is
suance) of the president's : message
dealing -with federar control of the
railroads.' Although his recommen
dations on this lrxportant question
were in line with popular expecta
tions. Tails Immediately declined one
LIST YOUR PROPERTY FOR RENTAL
with Nlemeyer, 644 Stat. , He has
the renters, -
GOOD FARM WANTED FOR RENT.
Cash or shares.! Niemeyr, 644 State
' street. ' . '
COME AND TALK j"SUNN Y ALBERTA"
with me. 1 bay e several great op
portunities. Nlemeyer, 514 State St.
FOR RENT OR FOR SALE 40 ACRES
of choice land. 1 Desire to sell team.
farm outfit and feed. 404 Hubbard
building. : Phon 364. . , -
FOR SALE OR TRADE 64 ACRES'
land near Aibanys nw nous ideal
chicken ranch, j T. C Mason, 9(0
Highland avenue. Salem.
FOR SALE FIVE ROOM COTTAGE.
piastereo, nam and touet, good lot.
Pric $460, half It real value. Boom
3. Bayne building.
WE HAVE SEVERAL GOOD STOCK
ranchea and farms in Douglaa county
for exchange for acreage and resi
dence In Salem. Perrine 4 Marater.
HAVE CLIENTS WITH MONEY TO
loan. Also desire to sell small tracte.
Improved and unimproved. Will take
vacant lota for first payment. Scott,
404 Munoara building.
A GOOD LITTLE STOCK RANCH,
with buildings,: settlement of an
estate . producea a bargln at $36 an
acre, and It can be had on a good
. portion at low rate, it win be worth
while, to see Fleming. 341 State SL
6 ACRES. OUT MILES FROM SALEM,
with a three room house, barn, and
chicken house family orchard, good
: well. Place tnostlr fenced. Price
for a quick sale, $1600. Call Perrine
Masters, 43 nuoDtra building.
160 ACRES OF FIRST CLASS FARM
land. 120 acre cultivated, price 80
per acre. 15 acre of first claaa
prune orchard, price $4590.- 6 room
modern house, good location, price
siiu. w. tt. urabennorst cc co, zii
State street.. (-.
(ONE OF THE CHOICEST SUBURBAN
tracts In Salem Height. Just off car
line, that will be sold at a sacrifice
aale. land held all around thi for
$1000 per. acre. Pric on thi only
quoted to real buyer. 2 f you are
looaing 1 or a snap, can on Perrin r
. Master. .403 Hubbard building, phon
WANT TO SECURE $1,009 LOAN AT
8 per cent Want to sell $4,000 firt
mortgage at 7 per cent on $3,000
farm, reliable owner. 3 acres nicely
Improved, close In, $1100, $300 will
handle It. 7 room strictly, modern
house, paved street $2600. For rent
6 room strictly modern bouse with
garag for a period of yeara
- would be pleased to write your fire
Insurance. Socclofsky. Phone 970.
FOR SALE 4 ACRES RIVER BOT
tom land Improved $5504. 10 acrea
$1200. 5 acre close in $2000. 10
acres near Salem $2500. Exchange
, 6 acres for larger farm, 6 acrea for
house, 20 acre for bouse. House and
one acr and cash for farm. Hav
eyeral cash buyer for farm. Money
to; loan; Shetland pony for sale
ni I? buy late model Ford. F. L.
Wood. Bayn building.
A GOOD LITTLE FARM OF ABOUT
75 acres, close to half in full culti
vation, good buildings, (ample), well
watered In pasture, good soil, and
mile and a quarter only from good
railroad town on the Southern Pa.
, cif ic Will take good town property
' S".part mr or mailer place around
Salem. What hav you. See Wm.
Fleming. 341 State street. , (owner
here Monday only).
LOOK AT THISA REAL
Ahaat do D.tw
" - " - Mw.,w WHS
ty land; about 30 acres clear; about CO
r T "r""". .iiMwiti vaiancs M
choice piling timber and oak grubs.
Timber aloae worth $7600. New four-
rwu uuum, new aairy nam, providing
for 30 cow and four horses; new pig
" .'. Mww Tracer pipea
r?m.,n ?r,m building. Will
7, wmoiw iai a great bargain.
Very easy terms. 6 per cent Interest.
Addre L owner, ear Th Sta teaman.
to three points, wining out mMi
gains in that quarUr.
united tSates teel, which again
contributed heavily to the dav r.i.
ly large turnover, fluctuated between
96V4 and 4.' closing at a net ! r
a point. .
Coalers and Pacifies wr ka
strongest features of the transporta
tion; aivision, . out ertrente gains - of
two 1 to four points were materially
reduced or etnlrelv forfeited h
end.; ' ' - . - ,-
Pools were again active In special
tiesj notably motors, but failed to
enlist outside snnnort. lTtlliti w.r.
heavy throughout, American Tele
phone losing almost six points. Tot
al sales amounted to 16.000 shares.
Bond were Irregular ) with weak
ness in. some Junior rails. Liberty
4's sold at 97 to 96.90 and the 3Us
at 98.80 to 98.70, Total sales, par
value, $4,250,000. '
United States bonds, old issues,
were unchanged on call.
Corn Price Advances
1 ! as Receipts Are Small
CHICAGO. Jan. M. Fresh
strength developed In the corn mar
ket I today owing largely to scanti
ness of receipts. The market clos'd
firm to He net higher at $1
.27 for Janaary and $1.25 3-4
7-8 if or May Oats finished un
changed to 6-8 t $-4c up. and pro
visions unchanged to a decline of
Almost from the outset, com
price displayed a 1 tendency to ad
vance. Notwithstanding that terr'f
ic conditions on the railroads were
said to have improved fo some ex
tent. the fact remained that no sub
stantial increase of arrivals here had
yet taken place and the country of
ferings were not large. On the oth
er hand, big quantities of soft corn
appeared to be still awaiting dispose
at on the part of rural holders. Ad
vances kept, therefore, within mod
erate limits, .
Oats climbed to the hiaheat point
yet this season, and finished at the
topmost level reached. Demand
from I shorts were persistent and re
ceiots were meager. ;
Despite higher prices in ) the hog
market, upturns in provisions were
more than wiped out. Slowness of
cash demand was a bearish factor.
At Surer Falls Cafe
Mrs L. A. Llvesley of Edmonton,
Canada, is vilstlng her siater-1n-law,
Mrs. 8. A. Llvesley.
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Bosco re
turned Saturday from a five weeks'
visit to friends and relatives at Los
Qatos. San Jose, Oakland, Berkeley
apd San Francisco. j
St. Mary's guild will meet next
Tuesday afternoon -at the home of
Mrs. II. L.i Moore. -
Dewight Parr and Raymond Law
rence gave a Bop Friday night In the
Fred B. Chsse left Monday to visit
his mother, who lives, at Boston.
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Conyne and
children arrived In Woodburn Christ
mas day from Lodgepole, S. D. Mr.
Conyne ha accepted a position as
cashier, of the new Monitor State
bank. ; 1 i, - -
Miss Wills Leonard of Los Angeles
was visiting Miss Ethel Bonney this
week and calling on other friends.
Dr. and Mrs. L. W. Cuiss and Mr.
and Mrs. R. L. Ouiss were guests at
f the home of Mr. and Mrs. E. Cook
Patton in Salem on New Year's dsy.
Miss Louise Grassman. who has
been visiting at Bremerton and Se
attle return home New Year's day.
Mrs. F. W. ' Settlemier, grand as
sociate matron, assisted in installing
the officers of four Eastern Star
chapters In Portland Friday night,'
Will Goulet and Eddie Walker,
who have been discharged from serv
ice, arrived home Wednesday from
Camp Green,, Charlotte. N.' C, where
they were In quarantine for a month.
Miss Hazel Bltney. who Is a nurse
at the Good Samaritan hospital, is
home for a three weeks vacation.
A number of friends and relatives
gave Mr. "-and Mrs. Chaa. Henkes a
surprise party Sunday eveningThe
evening was past very pleasantly and
about midnight a delicious luncheon
was ; served. Those . enjoying the
evening were: Mr. and Mrs. F. Eck-
bout. Mr. and Mrs. M. Henkes Mr-J
ana Mrs. ii.mii justner, air, ana ir.
A. Hovenden.-Mr. and Mrs. Geo
Becker, Mr. -and Mrs. E. C. Hoven
den. Mr. and Mrs. C. Henkes, Misses
Lucy Becker, Cecelia Henkes, Alma
Eckbout, Delia Hovenden, John
Becker, Edward Becker, John Henk
es. Alex Henkes and Floyd Hovenden.
Mrs. Frank Wolfe entertained the
officers, teachers and members of the
Thursday p. m. Mrs. Wolf gave
each child a Christmas present and
all had a merry time.
W. B. Rodgers of Chico, Calif
ornia, returned home Monday after
visiUng Mr. and Mr. C. F." Storm
s,nd his sister Mrs. Kronrigbt, whom
he had not seen for fifty years.
The regular- monthly meeting of
the Woman's club was held Wednes
day p. m. at the home of Mrs. Robert
Scott who . was . joint , hostess with
Mrs. Kate Laudon. Mrs. DjWk Over
ton and Mrs. Sarah Coe. Ae busi
ness meeting was. followed by a pro
gram arranged by tea civics commit
tee. Song. America; reading, Mrs.
Davis: duet. -Mrs.. Kent and Mrs. I
Flora Poorman; reading, Miss Laura
Bonney; piano, solo, Mrs.- Bonney
.Scott: story, Mrs. .Frank Settlemeir,
and a very interesting talk was given
on the war work in Canadad by Mrs.
L. C. Llvesley. All present were en
gaged in some form of Red Cross
WOrk. ' ..'.'-!::? :'-':' A.-';'-.v' :'"-
Miss Lois Haller went to Newberg
to be maid of honor New Year's day
at the wedding of Miss Ruby Jones,
to Henry Brady of Redmond, Ore
gon. The bride was formerly - a
Woodburn girl, i Mrs: and Mrs.
Brady will live at Redmond.
Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Bitney enter
tained the members of the , Kaffee
Klatch at their home with a Christ
mas tree. The rooms were all decor
ated in keeping 'with the season;
600 was played and F. W. Settlemier;
had high score and ' received the
prize. The hostess was assisted by
her daughter Aletha and -Mrs. F. W.
Settlemier and Mrs. H. L. Gill. After
lunch all gathered round the Christ
mas tree and imagined they were
children again .and had a Jolly time.
Those present were Mr. andMrs." 15
G. Emtnett. Mr. and Mrs. F. M.
Drake. Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Settle
mier, Mayor and Mrs. J. F. Steel
hammer, Dr. and Mrs. J. L. Shorey,
Mr. and Mrs. F. X. Beck and Mrs. S.
A. Llvesley, Mf. and. Mrs. II. L. Gill
and Mr. and "Mrs. L. Lawrence. ;
Mr. and Mrs. L. Lawrence enter
tained the 5 00. club with a Christmas
party. The room! were made, attract
ive by quantities" of holly- The mem
bers were asked to dre comical and
Charlie Chaplin was there and as
usual entertained the guests. Five
hundred was played and 'Mrs. L. M,
Bltney arid Robert Scott received the
prizes, and as this was Mrs. RJtney's
second prize, this winter In the 500
club, she is to pay 25 cents to the
Red Cross, Each member is entitled
to one prize. From every additional
prizes .taken Is to be paid 25 cents
to the Red Cross. The hostess was
assisted in serving by her son. Ray
mond, Bonney Scott and .Margaret
Beck. Members present . were Mr.
and Mrs. Frank Whitman, Mr. and
CHICHESTER S PILLS
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Office at Silvertcn
James Scalh, Agest
Mrs. Walter Johnson, Mr. and Mr.
L. M. Bitney, Mr. and Mrs. F. W,
Settlemier, Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Scott. Mrs. C. C. Ooodale, Mr. and
Mrs. F. X. Beck. Addltlonat guests
were Miss Aletha Bltney and All
One of the most delightful affairs
of the season was the Red Cross
carnival given in the armory New
Year's Eve. The armory was pro
fusely decorated w'ta cedar boughs
and shaded lights In different colors
made it very attractive. Mrs. II. II.
Austin had 'charge of the wheel of
fortune and was assisted by Miss
Hellen Kent, Miss Hazel Bitney,
Miss Esther HowelJ Miss Aletha
Bltney, Miss Mary and Madge Scol
lard. At this wheel were sold artic
les donated by the I merchants cf
town. Other booths were Red Crofi
membership in charge of Mrs. J. F.
Steelhammer. in Red Cross costume.
About $25 passed Into this bootn.
Superfluity booth was in charge of
Mrs. H. L. Gill, Mrs. E. G. Emmett
and Mrs. Eugene Washberger, delicatessen-,
Mrs. W. H. Broqles and Mrs.
Henry De Boest j Tea corf e and -cookies
and sandwiches, Mrs. Blaine, Mrs.
Cord, Mrs. P. A. Llvesley and Mrs.
C. E. Templelon assisted by the
Misses Dinwoodles. A short program
was given: Piano sole, Nell Gibonp,
vocal solo. Miss' Myrtle Wtgeman,
piano selection, John Steelhammei ,
Jr.; isong, Carl Steelhammer, duct
Misses JBonney Scctt and Mairart t
Becks. A preformance by the W. 11.
S. minstrel troup which was a bi
feature and much .enjoyed. A xylo
phone selection was given by Mend til
Kent, oceompanled by bis mother,
Mrs. C. W. Kent on the piano. Five
hundred was played In one of thj
rooms Which was in charged of Mrs.
Frank Whltnau. H. M. Autsln ami
Raymond Lawrence were the clas
cuers. i After the program was a Jit
ney dance.. The New Year was greet
ed by a feature dance. The couph .
tepresen ted the old year. As they
walced away three more coupes ap
peared in silver and gold represent
ing 1918. Over $153 was realized.
Friday evening Mrs. L. M. Bitney
entertained -the -members of th;
Priscella dab with a "hardtlme"
paity. 'Guests arrived in costume.
Five hundred was played. Hoste; i
wa sassisted in serving by her daugh
ters Hazel and Altha. Mrs. V. Kocho
ti as an additional guest
With- January comes lagrippc.
Lingering colds seem to settle in th':
system, causing one to ache all over,
feel feverish and chilly, tired,! heavy
and drooping. Mrs. Lizzie : Tyles,
Jienderson, Ky writes: "My .daugh
ter had lagrlppe for three weeks. 1
gave her Foley's Honey and Tar and
now she Is ail right." J. C. Perry.
"While there's life there's hope."
""Yes," replied Mr. Sawyer Wood,
"but unless you put some solid work
into this life, hope is sbout all you
are going to get out "of it" R..F.-D.
News. , '1 : .
Xo. 14, Oregon Express 6:05a.ti.
No. 64' Oregronlan ....)..... 6:15 a.rn.
Ko. .2$ Willamette. Limited.. 9:20 a.m.
No. lStPortland. Passenger.. 1:36 p.m.
No. 34 Coo Bay. S:4 p.m.
No. 13 Shasta Limited ...... 7:00 p.m.
No, 14Portland Kxpress . .. 3:10 p.m.
No.?JS$ Local Way Weight.. 8:00a.r.u
No. 333 Portland Fast Freight 11:33 pi. 1.
Soai t h aa) Md
No. 6 S Oregon lan 8:10a.m.
So. 28 Coos Bay 10:01a.m.
No, 18 California Express ..10:68 a.m.
Ko. 17 Roseburg Passenger. 4:20 p.rn.
Ko. 11 Shasta Limited ..... 6:43 p.m.
No. 27 Willamette Limited,. :1 p.m.
No. 18 San Francisco Pasa.. .10.37 p.m.
No. 221 San Fran. Fast Frt. .12:01 a.m.
No. 837 Local Way Freight.. 13:01 a.m.
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Ko, 73 Arrive at Salem 9:15 a.m.
No. 74 Leave Salem......... 3:85p.m.
. BALES!, FALLS CITY A WESTKR
161 Leaves, Salem, motor .... 7:05a.m.
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166 Leaves Salem, motor.... 1:40p.m.
Through ear to' Monmouth and Arlio
1C7 Leave Salem, motor .... 3:4 p.m.
IKS Leaven Salem, motor..... 5:57p.m.
29 Way Freight leave Salem 6:00 am.
ICS Arrive at Salem 8:30 a.m.
IS 4 Arrive at Salem 11:00 a.m.
lt Arrive at Salem 3:00 p.m.
ICS Arrives at Salem 5:3 5 p.m.
170 Arrive at Salem '. 7:20 p.m.
240 Way Freight Ar. Salem.. 2:30 p.m.
Arrive - Arrive
1 . .. ,i 6:30 am
5 Ltd. . .8:30 am
7 10:46 am
13 Ltd.. 4:40pm
17 ......6:05 pm .
1 9:29 nm
s:35 am , 10:55 am
10:11 am 12:25 pin
4:15 pm 6:35 pm
6:40 pm 8:50 prn
8:10 pm Salem only
ll;id pm Salem only
1:5S am :5 ain
North Bank Station (lf-eve Jeffer
son Street 15 and 20 minute later.)
Train Leave Arrive Arrive
No. Kugen Salem gportland
xNorth itnk Station (Arrlvi
IK ml nut .-a narilArl.
Leav Corvalll Arrive Salem
12:12 pm , 1:5 am
2:41 pm V 4:0 pm
4:10 pm 6:80 pm .
6:18 pm ,7:55 pm
Leave Salem . AJrlva Corvall;
8:35 am. 9:57 am
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