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About The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 23, 1918)
The Wants and Needs of the Capital City Are Noted
Under Proper Headings So You Can Readily Find Them
p,nr: Sell and Exchange all Kinds
roND HAND GOODS
A4 W - -
trrVS CLOTHIXG. SHOES, RICY-
M.iM " Court
- KORTnCII UNION
VTJIE INSURANCE SOCIETY
. w. H. llurghardt, Jr..
ri w Altnt , 383 State St.
Moiiey to Loan
n IMPROVED FARM Asp CTTT
:.APUHTr AT LOWEIT RATES
THOS, K. FORD
MOVET TO LOAN I HAVE MADE
arrangements tor io"in
will make Terr low rate of
;':;r,,t on highly improvea rarms.
l?merV Smith. Boom 6. McCormack
cm Balem. Or. KDQM ss.
Rata per warm
First Insertion . . lc
Subsequent Insertions ....... e
fSTweek (six insertions) ... U
Oaa month 9c
Six months contract per mo. to
13 wenths' on tract, par mo... 7c
jio account opanad (or laaa than Z&e
A scat card riven frea with an
advertisement to tha extent of 60c
aaooncing. -For Sale." -For
Rent.' -Room- or "Board."
,1 :MW TODAT
ment will' be run under "New
etherwise ordered by tha adver-
Subsequent Inaertlon of the ad
will appear under Its proper class
Ka advertlsment will be run
under "New Today" for more than .
sa Issue under any circumstances
MAID WANTED PHONE 108.
TOR SALE TWO SMALL SHOATS $6
, each. Fnona w. :
OR SALE OWNER LEAVINU FOH
? California. Will aell 20 room apart-
meat house one-block from Court
House. Good Income. Phonel216-U.
OSTEOPATHY ACUTE AND CHRON
tc diseases. Graduates American
reboot Oateopathy. Kirksvllle, Mo.
- Sixteen years experience.. Residence
office 854 South Commercial streeC
Post graduate work. Loa Angeles
College. Dxs. H. D. Bowera tc Alice
8XAPS 7 ROOM PLASTERED HOUSE
light and bath, bearing fruit trees
acrea on car line some or
chard.. $1200. Phone evenings 2510J2.
WANTED TO TRADE ONE LOT. ON
atrt fir lino and V block from
; : paved atreet for piano. Call at 1009
'FOR SALE TOUNO JERSEY COW
freah In a abort time. Call at 1000
North Fourteenth atreet. ' -
WANTED A GIRL TO WORK Oil
board and attend school. Light wora.
Phone 1271 afternoons or 2 4 81-J fore-
' ' aooaa
T7 ANTED BY TOUNO MAN A PLACE
to work In. city. Would I ke a de
'livery route. Familiar with city and
can operate auto. Call or write
Harry Bheppard. 490 Couth Sixteen
"OR SALE 160 ACRES. FINE DAIRY
r and grraln farm, all cultivated. fine
ouiiaungs, price 125 per-acre, iv
. acrea imoroved farm, all farm land.
food buildings, will conaider good
residence up to $4000, price $10,500.
44 aera farm all under, cultivation.
noktae. price $6100. Six room house
and lot $500. W.H. Grabenhorst A
Co, 278 State street. - .
WANTED TO CORRESPOND WITH
widower, of rood character, past 65
who has a farm. Will explain-in first
letter. Minna M. Merton. San Bern-
: ardino, California, general delivery.
155 ACRES, ALL A-NO.-l LAND, NO
whiteland, fair improvement, all
feaced and cross fenced, good road,
Ihi niilea from achool, house, atore
and station, mail route past th door
7ard. one of the best bargains In
Marion County, must bo sold at once,
only $o per acre. Socolofsky, 341
iED A HOUSEMAID, . STATE
w icti, rnone ota
GJRL WANTS' lOSITION AS DRIVER
for aii to delivery. Address "11 2"
fr y)i(MBI,B offic..
WANTED POSITION"" AS. TRUCK
. iDoaa 10-W.
15. C10PPEUS WANTED. 404
1 I wuhii i ii une i eii vr
ATT5D . LOGANBERRY TRAIN
, Vi Monday mornine;. Bring- leather
f Don't phone. B. Cunnlng-
VfA.TEDr-nRaHT YOUNO MAN
;V7 years 6ld to 1
fr?ii" t'?4'. dy work. A
iir"""" vr upstairs.
rlVfiSFr i "OLA N D CHINA IMJAIt.
rnuHW1' Hull f son H mile North
r,mly v'rr Phone 4Vi
abbtu. lhone 28S-M morninga.
hone M.'AT IEAT EVERY DAY.
rlL?A,;E H TRADE FOR COW.
ltK2L le4 motorcycle. 1'hone
,2s?er2H WIU" GOOD RO
iiss'1? gon4 fanning order, w
' 4.if 0nep eolog to enlist. PI
Ta--' HA,NKS.S AND WAON FOH
'boa." r.w,u range for cattlo or
' Phone 254 or 632.
UrbJ?::,T- 3 MeCIANAHAN 1N
I w..r't,m ,t" almost nc-.
-4iiu? X ' incubstors. E. J.
Mler. Turner, Oregon. Itoute 2.
EifidL'f1,TATrt:-s SUITABLE FOR
Bros! on 711 or wv Ma-igla
i"hlBiiAJrE INTJER ! SEWING MA-Yd2n?-5f
e"1ttlon; $16 If sold to
KUoLl.PtXrc. ro,nr way. Elertrle
-ioici, 476 State street. Room 3.
ISCRJLI.A N KOtTS.
rl.V WANT TO G ETTH E BEST
HormMP,lKr'.?nd !c to th Pcinc
Nicuiiun inn WAX.
CAP2lYJr.T OF.TE OATSIAM GIRLS
aTfilf-VL" iorjr of wtern immt
hf b'en carefully revised.
.5 handsome little book. It
tells In graphic terma of the mil-
SZcIS-t11 tm family. of the
cape of Lorenzo, and the captivity
?.'n Olive. Mary dkd Tf
tm ' was purcnased
The Price is 20 cents, postpaid. Ad
for T"h MoSthly. Si
!11Y?.0 WANT TO GET THE BEST
poultry ! paper published, send 10
cents to tha Northwest Poultry
.hl.,8alenlv "sTon. for a trial
subscription. Mention tbla ad.
A .P01?, BUY 26x10 FEET ON EAST
T ..... -"'""'";iai street, one door
lh..?' Slat t.p- Salem, togetb-f-.Wlthrri54!tlJ1
Ti'at ot way over
the 14x50 tt feet tract extending; from
hJ-t prpe.1tv.. to stte 'treet. Terms
nPfi' Sf01. B0h. 701-J Spaulding
.Wider . Portland. Oregon.
FIH WW)D FOlt hale" phone
254 or C22 after office hoars.
FOR RENT 70 ACRES LOCATE W
mile west of Wapato station, Yamhill
county. 12 acres hops. 709 bearing
fruit trees, 22 acres farm land, bal
ance pasture. Address W. H. Egan,
nervals, route . phone SF11.
FOH RENT SIX ROOM FURNISHED
house cheap to party with no small
children. , Piano. Phone 712-W. ,
FOH RENTi MODERN SEVEN ROOM
, house with fire place and garage.
1237 Chemeketa street or phone 116$.
FOR RENT $f; PARTLY MODERN
five-room cottage. 10S2 Saginaw.
Call at 1042 Saginaw or Statesman
business office. Phone 23.
FOR RENT MODERN BUNGALOW
on block from paved street, in
South Salem. $10 per month. E. A.
- Rhoten 340, Rural Avenue. Phone
c 1141-J. f , .41 .
FOR RENT THE FOLIOWING
$10 Five-room modern cottage at
1157 South Church street.
$12.50 Six-room modern house on
paved atreet at 1920 South High 8
Call at Htateatnan business office
or phone 683.
FOR RENT A FURNISHED HOUSE-
keeping suite of two or three rooms.
202 'North Summer street.
FOR RENT 3 ROOM SUITE. NICELY
furnished for housekeeping. . (33
Ferry atreet. .
FOR RENT COMFORTABLE ROOM
: with use of bath, in modern bom.
' Address A. B. care Statesman.
GOOD OUTSIDE ROOM HOT WATER
. heat, modern, conveniences, also in
side rooms. Close to State House.
1030 Chemeketa. Phono 1280.
FOR RENT NICELY FURNISHED
housekeeping rooms, reasonable, 866
TO EXCHANGE NEW SEW1NO MA
.chine and delivery wagon tor farm
machinery. Address J'lt 22" care
WANTED HORSES, HARNESS, WAG
ons. Will buy all grades, young, old.
thin or fat ones.- S. Olson, Club
Stables. Phone 7. -
WANTED 4 OF 6 GOOD CHEAP MILK
cows coming fresh. Phone 73F14.
HIGHEST CASH PRICE PAID FOR
gooa ciean raB w-w., ,. -
HORSES WANTED WE BUT AND
aell. all kin as or wori ooriw.
you have any for sale call on ua.
Clearwater Bros Salem Horsa Ex
change, 664 Ferry L Phones 1031
BRACKETT GRAY TUBES VUL-
canlsnl, Z5C. itetreaaing "r
ty. Free t service car. Phone 1400.
J7f North CommerciaL
WATT SHIPT CO. RETREADS AND
sections tuoes aso up. -;
Phone 163. 116 South Commercial
SHIPP-S AUTO SERVICE CITY AND
country trips, rnow -
BEIIONT SEUVICE STATION-TOR-
age battery repairing,
and auto electric accessories. Cor-
r..-r Stste and Fronts His. Phone 707.
DR. F. ' L. UTTER. DENTIST. ROOMS
Phone 08. -: '-
B, HARR. TEACHER OF PIANO
MODERN WOODMEN 6F A METRIC A--Oregon
Cedar Camp, No. 6246. mee t
every Thursoay evening M
In Derby building, corner Court and
if .treete. R. F. Day. V. Cj J. A
HROTHKHHOOD OF Y.!!Aj
MEETS EVERY WEPNESDAT ,EVEN.
; Ing in Masonic Temsle, fifth floor, at
6 o'clock. All vlsltfn members wjl;
rom. Horace r-ykes. Foreman. W.
If Prtinfc, t'nrrenwwd'Wt.
AUTO DELIVER f
ninmiM tvn r A itd-V.t A DELIVER'
i v nine, eitv or country. Phon
o nf-R. W. "W Ktslee
&T?N fllE CI I i LD REN HAVE
learned to point out our shop for
hair i cutting, bsir bobbing, etc.
grc's Barber Chop. 311 State street.
CHIROPRACTIC ADJUSTMENTS RE
store normal function. If you want
resulta consult Dr. May, 20&-C-7
Hubbard Bids;, phone 627.
DR. O. L. SCOTT. D. C GRADUATE OF
V. S. C. Chiropractics fountain bead.
Davenport, Iowa. Chiropractic cor
rects the cause of disease. Office
404-7-S, U. S. K. Bank Bulldlnff.
Phwii 7. Rsldn Iljs-R.
tittnTciT" fti v arcfAN.
DR. U M. HUM CURES ANY KNOWN
Mtsase. 1S2 8 Hijrh St. I hone 283.
"DiR Els M AKEI19
DRESSMAKING GOWNS REMODEL
ed. 625 North Capitol street. Phone
Kl.k(THir Kj X TVHK8 AXP wrPPLIES
ELECTRIC FIXTURES AND SUPPLY
Co. House wiring and motor repair
work, electrict fixtures and supplies.
Prompt service. 220 North Liberty
streev. Phone 2fi3. E. K. Denlson.
DBA ITS AND EXPRESS
CAPITAL CITT TRANSFER COMPANY
I 'hone 933. Salem's largest and best
equipped transrer company, uet our
reduced freight ratea on eastern
shipments. Also for storage aa we
have three warehouses in connection
with business. Furniture moving.
packing, shipping and storing our
specialty.: Office 111 South Commer
'DRT-CLEANING AND PRESS INQ
JAPANESE PRESSING PARLORS F.
'8; Wataaabe. Prop.. 434 N. Commer
cial St. Ladies' and gentlemen's
suits cleaned and pressed, $1 and
1.60. Work called for and delivered
fre Tel. Main SRI
JUNK WANTED WE PAT HIGHEST
price for Junk of every kind. Let us
make you a price on your household
goods. The "Square Deal" House
Capital Junk Co., 371 Chemeketa
Street. Phone 398.
FULL VALUE PAID FOR SECOND
hand good a Highest market prices
for junK ana hides. The people's
Junk and Secondhand Store. 371 No,
commercial. Phono 734.
"CLEAN WHITE" HAS PROVEN Suc
cessful. Applied here or sold for
noma use sanitary ueauty pariora.
zzs hu board mag.
SALEM STEAM LAUNDRY QUICK
delivery and careful work. Dry
wash 6c per pound. 134 South Lib
erty st. : rnone it.
HOME WET WASH LAUNDRY REO
ular washing dene at a rata every
body can afford. For only slxty-flv
cents w will collect, wash and da
liver your wasning within twenty'
four hours. Phone 3471.
DR. W. L. MERCER. GRADUATE
American School Osteopathy. Kirks-
vllle. Mo.; treats acute and chronic
disease., Office 404-405 U. S. Na
tional Bank Bldg. Phone fl9. Resi
dence 419 North Summer. Phone 814,
DRS. WHITE r WALTON. OSTEO
pathie physicians and surgeons.
Graduates of the American Schools of
Osteopathy. Kirksville, Mo. Post
graduate and apeclalised in nervous
diseases at Los Angeles College.
Treat acute and chronic diseases.
Offices 505-8-7-8. U. 8. Nat'l Bank
Btdg. Phone 859. Residence, 1620
Court St. Phone 2215.
FRUITLAND NURSERY SALES YARD
at High and Ferry. Call and see
stock and get prices before purchas
ing elswhere. Everbearing straw
berry plants. -
"PIANO 'TUN I NO
G. E. MAST. EXPERT TUNING.
cleaning, repairing and regulating.
All work guaranteed. 1C46 Hall
atreet or care of Sherman Clay sc
Co., Court street, phone 8161-J.
SECOND HAND GOODS
WE BUT AND SELL SECOND HAND
goods or 11 kinds, pipe fittings, har
ness, collars, collar , pads, tools,
chains., Fred Schindler. 366 Center
Street. : -
AUTO TRUCK SERVICE. ANY KIND
Of hauling. Housenoia
moving Jobs done prompt
Ur. Try me once. Tim me.
476 State SC Phone 983. Realdence
WEBB & CLOUGH C. B. WEBB, A. M.
Clough. funeral ' directors. Latest
modern methods known to the pro
fession. 497 Court street.
SALEM WATER CO. OFFICE. 801 8.
Commercial street. For water service
apply at office. Make all complaints
at the office. No deductions in bills
will be allowed for absence or for
any causes whatever unless water .Is
cut off from premises. Hereafter
water for irrigation will only be
furnished to regular customers using
water for domestic purposes. Con
tractors for sidewalks, brick work,
or plastering, will plesse read't"for
building purposes" under schedule of
rslffw. Apply at office for copy.
WALL PAPER, 3-AINT
TEN CENTS A DOUBLE ROLL AND
upward for choice Wall Paper at
Buren's Furniture Store. 179 Com
mercial SC :
JLENN L ADAMS' On HOUSE DEC
corating. painting, tinting. PsPr
hanging, etc. Wortrdone by contract
or day; good workman. Location
1020 Center SC Phone 664-W.
"EE PORTER FOR PAINTS WALL
paper and Picture Framing. OooO
nkmn 4M Court t Phowe M
W(l VE NW I RE K E NONO
IcMt Nalleaal Jk Asaerteasi t-eaee,
all eiaea. St fa. 4 SH tm. high.
Palats, ! ass Varatlsh.
Slaves HenalM and Itepalred
Iaranherry had 4laeka,
Salesa Keaee Sieve WeH-a.
2S Ceart S. I'beae 124
, . it. ft. rrwiNQ.
J7HN""cH-AYfoN VSRIFFItl- "ESTATK
Notice is hereby given that the un
dersigned has be-n sppotnted execu
trix of the estate of John Clayton
Orifrilh. decessed. by th-; County
. Court of -the State, of Oregon for
Marion County, and ba qualified.
All person having claims against
said estate are hereby "Jfled to
present Ihe same to me st 1367 Court
Street. S.ilem. Oregon, with proper
vouchers and duly verified within
sis months from tbe dste thereof.
Dated sod first published Decern-
, r 1,1T -K.t. D. Crffltb. f
CASH PAID FOR BEANS. ANY QUAN
Ity. Phone 043. Across track from
, Southern Pacific passenger depot.
Oregon Fruit company.
Egcs and Poaltn.
Eggs. 4 5 to 48c.
Hens, live. 21c to 22c.
Old roosters and stages, ll to 18c.
Pork, 'Mutton and lleef.
Ewes, 5 Q 7c.
Pork on foot 14 He.
Veal, dressed, 12 to 15c
Spring lambs, 12 He
Beef steers, 6U to 7 He; cows,
4c to 5c.
Bulls, 3 H to 6c.
Cheat, per ton, $22.
Clover, per ton, f 21,
Vetch, per ton. $21.
Wheat. $1.85 to 1.87.
Oats, 80c to 85c
Deans, 8 to 9e.
Mill Feeds. Itotalt.
Bran, per ton, $35.50.
Shorts, per ton. $38.
WHOLESALE TO DEALERS,
Country batter, 45c
Creamery prints, 53 to 54 c.
Butterfat, f.o.b. Salem, 66c.
Lettuce, crate. $2 to $2.25.
; Cauliflower. $1.25.
Celery. 75c to 90c.
Nebr rice corn, 10c
Tomatoes. California, $2.85.
Onions. $2 to $2.50.
String garlic. Sc.
Turnips, sack, $1.00.
Sweet potatoes. 5 c. ' T
Almonds, 23c. f.T
Walnuts (No. 1) 24 l-2e.
Walnuts (No. 2) 20c
Peanuts, raw. 16c.
Cocoanuts, dozen. $1.40.
Grapefruit. $4 to $5.
Pears, $1.50. F
Oranges, $2.50 to $4.50.
Bananas. 6c. : '
, Fard dates. $2.50.
Dromedary 'dates. $4.65. s
Honey (Idaho) $4 to $4.50.
Lemons, $6.50 to $7.50.
Creamery butter, 60c
Flour, hard wheat. $2.80 to $3.
Flour, ralley, $2.50 to $2.60.
Sugar, cane and beet. 11 lb, $1.
Potatoes, sack lots. $1.50.
S ; -
I PORTLAND MARKETS I
PORTLAND, Jan. 22. Cattle,
steady; receipts. 20i Medium to
choice steers, $10.35 11; good to
medium steers, $9.35 010.35; com
mon to good steers; $7,75 0 9. 2.;
choice ows and heifers, ..$7,75 0
8 50; common 'to good cows and
heifers; $6.5007.75; canners. $3fi'
6: hulls. 35 0 7.50! calves. 37.50 0
11; stocker and feeder steers, $6
Hog. .. ,
Hogs, steady: receipts, 208. Prime
light. $15.75016,t prime heavy.
$15.75S? 16.10: pig. $13.75014.50;
bulk. $15.7 0 516. V
Today's car receipts: Wheat, 33:
barley. 1; flour. 6; oats, 10; hay. 9.
Sheep, steady; receipts. non.
Western lambs. $14.50015; valley
lambs, . $14 1450; yearlings.
$12,500(13; wethecs, $120112.50;
Portland market on shorn sheep
2 03 cents under fjuotations.
Butter: Prints, extras. 52 65
cents; cubes, extras. 50 cents; pritno
firsts, 49 H: dairy. 32 cents.
Butterfat: No. 1, 56 0 57.
Potatoes: Buying price. $1 0 1.15
selling price. $1.10 01.25.
Grain: (.Olds) January delivery
. Oats. No. 2 white feed. $59; bar
leyH stsndard feed. $57.50; barley,
standard A brew, $59.
30-day options: Oats No. 2.
$59.50; barley feed, $57.50: barley,
Eastern oats and corn In bul?
rt.ta vv a. 3S5. 50: oats- 38-pound
clipped. 56; corn. No. 3 yellow. $62
- . - a.e aa ar a .
No. 3, mixed. $61 ; oats. .-o. s. son;
oats, dipped. r6; corn, yellow,
$60.50; corn, mixed. $59.
Corn Dealing Active
From Bigger Receipts
CHICAGO, Jan. 22. Big receipts
stimulated broader trading- In the
corn market today than has been the
cs"e for a long time and led to
weakness In values; . The close was
nervous at the same as yesterday's
finish io 1-2 to 5-Sc lower, with
March $1.24 5-8 and May $1.23 5-8
to $1.23 3-4. Oats closed 3-8e off
to l-8c advance, and provisions down
5 ro-its to 12 cents.
Arrivals of corn here showed such
a dertd'l! Increase that a general
-tih to sell took place. Slowness of
eastern shipping Inquiry added to
bearish sentiment, but snow flurries
and a prediction of colder weather
tonight operated ss something jof sn
offset. Profit taking tended f'irtber
to unsettle the market toward the
Oats reflected; the weakness of
corn, but word of 500.000 bushels
old at Minneapolis and elsewhere
for export prevented any aggresslve
ner bv the bears.
v Plentiful supplies of hogs seemei
to restrict Inquiry for provisions and
to weaken prices.
The new 2Vent postage stamp be
ing purple, lends a touch of refined
novelty to the national color scheme.
GOOD FURNISHED HOUSE WANTED
immediately. Nlemeyer, 644 State
' street. Phone 1000.
DON'T KEEP VACANT PROPERTY.
Rent iC I have the renters. Nle
meyer. 644 State streeC phone 1000.
ACREAGE WANTED TO TRADE FOR
fine Alberta quarter section. Nle
meyer, 644 State street, phone 1000.
MONEY TO LOAN FOR CLIENTS ON
any good real or chattle security.
404 Hubbard building.
$50,000 TO LOAN ON GOOD FARM
property. Nlemeyer. 541 State streeC
FO R SALE CH E AP I MsP ROVED
acreage on car Hue. PbeaL route 4.
FINE ACRE TRACT IN HAYES
ville district, good house and fruiC
must go.f 3250. Socolofsky.
FOR SALE ONE HOUSE AND LOT.
price $1000. Pay same as rent. Ap
ply to A. E. Day. 2403 Center streeC
FINE 30 ACRES. ALL CULTIVATED.
1 mile from station, price f 4000 mort
gage 876ft, will exchange equity for
clear Salem residence. Socolofsky.
DO NT KEEP VACANT PROPERTY.
Rent it. I have tbe renters. Nle
meyer. State atreec Phone 1000.
FINE 10 ACRE HOME IN 8UBBURBS
of Salem to apply oa grain or fruit
MONEY TO LOAN ON FARM PROP
per ties. Nlemeyer, 644 State ' street,
THE EQUITY IN 293 ACRE IMPROV
ed stock and grain ranch to exchange
for smaller ranch not over 313,690.
TRADE YOUR ACREAGE FOR Air
berta farms. 1 have some fine ex
changes. Nlemeyer, 644 State street.
IMPROVED AN UNIMPROVED COUN
try property for sale for reasonable
price or will take city property for
first payment and give long time on
remainder. 404 Hubbard building.
WANTED TO EXCHANGE MODERN
$4000 home in Salem; will take house
and acre or more good land in
suburb's up to 12600 and give almost
any terma on balance. Address
"Home Owner," care Statesman.
CALL AT 404 HUBBARD BUILDING
If you have property for sale or
trade. I have several people who
want to purchase farms if tha price
Is reasonable. 1 have a farm of 80
acrea for aale. Will take Salem or
Portland property for first payment.
No money required. 401 Hubbard
WE HAVE A CLIENT WHO WANTS
about 100 acres of land with first
class Improvements near Salem and
must be, on good rock road, has the
cash to buy with. If you have any
thing that answers this description
call Perrine A Marsters, 402 Hub
FOR SALE CHOICE 2 ACRE TRACT
on car line. 8 room plastered house
12100. 32 acres Howell prairie good
buildings $4500: S acres on car line
a snap1 at 11200. 7 room house mod
ern good location $800. Ranch for
renC Stock ranch to trade for acre
age. F. L. Wood. Bayne building.
WANTED ABOUT 10 ACRES WITHIN
2 miles, on a main good road. Soil
must be A No. 1 and an abundant
supply of good well water and a
piant. J want a good one story mod
ern house, a family orchard (don't
cere for morel will nay all cash, and
ail it Is worth, if suited. If you have
the above, approximately near, see
at once or write or phone The Flem
ing Realty Co.. 341 State streeC The
customer is waiting and, ready.
FOR - SALE IMPROVED 35 V4 " ACRE
larm. so acres under cultivation, val
ance timber and pasture, fine spring,
good buildings, allstock and eouin-
ment goes, good road, price 3160 per
acre. v acre rarm an under culti
vation, house and barn 7 miles ,'rom
Salem, price 3 4 500. Good 7 t .vm
house, bath, toileC electrict lights,
barn, price $750. 6 acre cherry or
chard. 4 miles out. price $800. Good
6 room modern cottage In South Sa
lem, good location, price $1160. 6
acres all cultivated, 3 room plastered
house, barn. well, macadam road,
B4 miles out. price $1000. W. H.
. Gratpnhorst sV C04 276 State streeC
LOOK AT THIS A REAL
About 400 acres of choice Polk coun
ty land: about 80 acres clear y about 60
acrea in stump pasture: balance . in
choice piling timber and oak grubs.
Timber alone worth $7600. New four
room house, new dairy barn, providing
for ,20 cows and four horses; new pis
pen and new milk bouse. Water piped
from fine spring to all buildings. Will
sell the whole at a great bargain.
Very easy terma. per cent Interest.
Addreaa U. owner, ears Th StateaToan.
LIVESTOCK DECREASE, SERIOUS
Estimates published by the U. S
Food Administration show that tbere
are 115.000,000 less meat animals In
the world today than there were In
the year preceding the beginning cf
the war. While the Increase la cat
tle in the United States was 7.000,
000. the total world decrease was
28,080,000. -Sheep decreased 3,000,-
000 la the .United States and 54,
50.000 In the world. Hogs hare In
creased 6.275,000 In the United
States, but throughout the world
their number has decreased 22,423,
000. The close of the war will find Eu
rope almost barren of meat and dairy
animals, and with an annual produc
tion of meet and dairy products de
creased to a startling extent.
If wo would profit by thl oppor
tunity, we must correctly grasp thi
enormous world demand for 'meat,
dairy and breeding animals and meat
and dairy products which must con
tinue for many years after peace i
It will take several years to suffi
ciently Increase the herds and flocks
of America, and those of us who have
the right vision will begin at once to
bring abot this Increase. :P. O.
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MOST OF DAY
Reversal Occurs With Publi
cation of Adverse Indus
trial News ;
NEW .YORK. Jan. 22. Stocks
were firm to strong at the opening
of today's market, making further
gains during the forenoon. This ad
vantage was largely, if not wholly,
relinquished later, the reversal con
curring with, the publication of sev
eral adverse industrial reports.'
Specialties, such as oils, tobaccos,
fertilizers, leather, motors and acces
sories, were again brought forward,
presumably by pools, at gross gains
of one to four points. These, issues
were among the first to recede, how
ever, on the free of f erlngs of I the
afternoon. - . f . .
General news .In Its relations to
quoted values was somewhat contra
dictory. Foreign advices, particular
ly the cumulative indications of an
rest within the central powers, were
helpful to tbe bull account, but this
was nullified In part by the political
situation in Washington. ,
: 'The money . market .was perceptibly
easier, call ; loans - declining to 4 H
nor cent, after opening at 6 per cent.
Short time loans also relaxed slight
ly but without any pronounced In
crease of supply.
Among tbe more (representative
stocks United States Steel reacted
over two points from Its best, closing
at. 90 7-8. a net loss of half a point.
The steel director et i a week
hence to act on the dividend for. the
last quarter of 1917.
Rails were dull to the point of
stagnation and shippings moved er
ratically. Marine preferred strength
ening In the t final dealings. Sales.
478.000 shares. ,
An advapee of two and a ha"f
points In Distillers' securities was
almost the sole feature of the Irree
ulaV bond market. Liberty 3V4a
eold at 98.40 to 98.24. first 4 's at
97.10 to 98.78' and second , 4's at
96.34 to 96.14, Total sales, par
value, aggregated $3,265,000.
United States bonds, old Issues,
were unchanged on call: . ,
' EAT rLEXTY AND WISELY.
Miss A. Grace Johnson, of the 6.
A. O. faculty gives as the keynote ot
conservation, "Eat plenty, eat wisely,
and without waste,' making clear
that the much-used and mis-used
term really means neither starvation
(tbe man's idea of the thing) nor
economy . ( the idea associated with
conservation by some women).
To eat plenty, wisely and without
waste, one must know food value and
understand the body needs; food
material to build up the structure of
the body and to furnish tbe necessary
heat and to regulate the vital organs.
She placed much emphasis on the
value of milk as food rather than as
a beverage, stating that because it
contains certain silbstanees absolute
ly essential for growth it should forti
a constant part of the diet, particu
larly of children. Eggs, cheese, fish1,
all varieties of beans, peas snd nuts
were tbe other tissue building foods
listed and helri values enumerated
as substitutes foi meat.
. Fats were mentioned as the most
valuable sources of heat, although
sugar and starchy food also serve tbe
same purpose. Miss Johnson encour
age the free use of butter for table
purposes, since It also contains valu
able health-giving substances, but
advocates the strictest saving of fat
In cooking purposes even to the ta
blespoon of drippings - left oa the
meat tray. . ' ' 7 ; ;' '"I ".
The reduction of sugar consumed
was encouraged only In adult diet,
since thfs food is necessary for chil
dren. The average Individual con
sumes too little water, and mo-e
fruits and watery vegetables should
h a part of our diets. The leafy
vegetable and tbe outside covering
of grain - suggested as particularly
valuable body regulative 'substance
becinre It has been found tbrse are
Tlch sources of mineral 'foods. Iron,
and phosphorus, .
W have no right la the present
time not to like anything that Ss food
food' t . '."M- . f: --. i .
NOTICE OF UkKMAN RfSUlSTHATlOM
All German' aliens are required to
register between February 4 th and
February 9tb 1913.
By proclamation of the President of
the United States, all German a. lens
are hereby notified that all natives,
ci titans, denizens, or subjects of the
German Empire, or imperial German
GovernmenC being males of tbe age
of fourteen years and upwards on reg
istration day who are within the Unit'
ed States and not actually naturalised
as American citlsena are required to
register as alien enemies.
The dates of registration within the
State of Oregon, have been fixed by
the Attorney ' General of the United
States to commence at 6:09 a. m. on
February 4th and to continue on each
day successively thereafter between the
hours of 6:00 a. m. and 3:00 p. m. up
to and Including. the 9th day of Far
ruary. 1918, at 8: 00 p. m.
All German aliens residing in, or
being' within the city of Salem or Vi
cinity -are hereby ' required to pra. nt
themselves for registration at the Po
lice Station in said city to the Chief
of Police who has been designated b
the Attorney General as Chief Regis
trar of said city, and to complete thell
registration on or before the ttu day
of February. 1918. at 8:00 p. m.
Any Oerman alien, required, to reg
ister who fails to complete his registra
tion within the time fixed therefor, or
who violates, or attempts to violate, or
of whom there is reasonable ground
to believe that he is about to violate
any regulation duly promulgated by
the President of the United Slates, or
these regulations, in addtlon to alt
other penalties prescribed by law, la
liable to restraint. Imprisonment and
detention for the duration of the war,
or to give, security, or to remove and
depart. from the United States in the
manner prescribed by law.
Forms of registration affidavits, reg
istration cards, and Instructions to reg
istrants, and other necessarr forma
will be furnished by the Chief of
Police. . L
- Oeo. F. Alexander,
United States Marshal.
District of Oregon.
If. H. Lucas,
Acting Chief of Po!1.-.
' ' - end Chief Registrar for
the cltv of Sslem.
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No, 16 Oregon Express ..... 6:96a.m.
No. 64 Oregonlsn .... ..... 6:16a.m.
No. 28 Willamette Limited.; 9:20a.m.
No. 18 Portland Passenger.. 1:38p.m.
No. 24 Coos Bay 3:46 p.m.
No. 13 Shasta Limited, -7:00p.m.
No. 14 Portland Express ... 8:10p.m.
No. 213 Local Way Freight.. 8:00a.m.
No. 222 Portland Fast Freight 11:36 pm.
No. 63 Oregon Ian .......... 3:20 a.m.
No. 23 Coos Bay ; ... .10:01 a.m.
No. .16 California Express ..10:68 a.m.
No. 17 Roseburg Passenger. 4:20p.m.
No, It Shasta Limited ..... 6:42p.m.
No. 27 Wlllsmette Limited.. 8:10 P.m.
No. 13 San Kranclsco Pass.. .10.37 p.m.
No. 221 San Fran. Fast FrC .12:01 a.n ,
No. 327 Local Way Freight. .12:01 a.m.
' SALEM-GEKR T4NB
No. 73 Arrive at Salem..... 8:1 6 a.m.
No. 74 Leave Salem......... 8:06 p.m.
SAI.KH. PALLS CITY A WESTErtN
lit leaves. Halem, motor .... 7:06a.m.
143 Leaves Salem, motor.,,. 9:36a.m.
I6S Leaves Salem, motor.... IMOp.m.
Through ear to Monmouth and Aril
IC7 leaves Halem. motor ... 3:48 p.m.
1 leaves Salem, motor 6:67 p.m.
t3 Way Freight leaves Salem 6:00 a.m.
ICS Arrives at Salem 1:39 a.m.
14 Arrives at Salem ...... ..11:00 a.m.
if. 8 Arrives st Sslem ........ 3:04 p.m.
If. Arrives st Salem ........ 6:35p.m.
170 Arrives at Salem 7:20 p.m.'
740 Way Freight Ar. Salem.. 3:30pm.
- - Sewthaead
Train Leave Arrive Arrive
Vo. eportland Salem ' Eugene
1 ..... 8:8rtam 8:35am 10:85am
6 Ltd. . 8:30 am 10:11am ) 13:36 pm
7 .....10:46am 12:65pm , .
2:05pm 4:15 pm 7 :JSpm
13 Ltd... 4:40 pm 4:40 pm 3:60 pm
17 ......8:A5pm 8:10pm Salem only
......9:2pm 11:20pm Salem only
21 .....11:46pm 1:65am S:6Sam
North Bank Station (leave Jeffcr
oa Street li and 30 minutes later.)
1 :SS pm
16 Ixd...1:65 pm
20 ......4:10 pm
- 1 :80 pm
:i 4:1 pm
x North Bank Station lArrlve Jeffer.
ton Street 18 minutes earlier). 'Leave
?S art haea ad
.; 2:41 pm
' 4:10 pm
, 8:13 em
1 :fiO am
Leave Salem - Arrive CorvSIIis
8:36 am :7 sm
10:t6sm ' f, ll:aism
- 13:66 pm : 8;30pm .
4:16 pm . 6:34 pin .
:49 pta 8.00 pm 1