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THE OREGON STATESMAN : WEDNESDAY, FEBItCARr 13, 101S
of Ddl 0)Sroctry g;
The Wants and Needs of the Capital City Are Noted
der Proper Headings So You Can Readily Find Them
nnr Sell and Exchange all Kinds
SC0rn) HAND GOODS
H CLOTOTNG, SHOES, BICY
CLES, TOOLS, ETC.
LJ ,iM co't at.
wrnE INSURANCE SOCIETY
- W. H. Burghardt, JrM
rcnt' Agent 885 State St.
Money to Loan
hiprovbi firm aim cfrr
uver UMt 4K VMS
Btiki Baleen. Or.
rjTvv'ET TO LOAN I HAVE MADE
lem. Or. Phono 66.
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otherwise ordered by the adver-
U'fubeouent Insertion of the ad
will appear under its proper claaa
Ne aavertlstnent will b run
under "Nw Today" for more than
ne Issue nader any circumstances
LOSTA SHALL. CAMEO PINT
ward. . Leave at this office.
COPT ' WORK CORRECTLY TYPK-
written and compared. Call after 6
I at 640 Bute street. i
.R RENT BEAUTIFUL 5 ROOM
bungalow, fireplace ad furnace, bee
H. E. Bollnger,. Hubbard building;.
TO EXCHANGE PAIR OF f 1100 LB.
. v mares for pair of draft colts; cash
' difference. . S. B. HilL route 1, tea-
; lent. ... t. ; - - ' : : i '
FOR ' BALE A PAIR OR f ANGORA
rabbits and household funlturo in
eluding;, heating- stove, folding bed.
. 751 North 14th street. Phone 270-R.
- AFTER THE OUTING COMES IN AND
enjoy our real refreshing; tonaorisl
. r.rlr.r with a h anal ihamDOO.
' t . TJ-.W.. Ck. til atmtM.
street. -.- " . V
AN ENERGETIC MAN MAT LEARN
- bow to acquire a profitable business
of his own by consulting- Mr. Cleaver.
t Hotel Marlon, from 12 a. m. to J
o. m. Wednesday of this week. A
bonafide propsltlon your home corn-
m unity. , uuormauon tree.
TOR SALE 1800 AT t PER CENT,
real estate market. Will not offer
tats mortgage any more. I
Pi-re room modern new ! bungalow
en paved street. $100 down. ZS
Six room strictly modern new
Dungtiow, garage - ana large . lot.
Have - several acreages I and cash
to exchange for larger tract. Soco
lofaky, S41 State street. 4 1 ,
.MPORTANT THE OREGON FIRE
Relief Association has nr - dividend
T sharing stock holders. It I gives you
first class protection at actual cost,
have paid out almost $2,000,000 In
losses, without one- single case of lit
igation. We inspect and pass upon
each and every risk before writing
the insurance. By this system you
pay a premium on just the amount
you receive if your building is de
stroyed by fire; there Is nothing to
Quarrel ever. Just straight business.
H. A. Johnson A Co. Agents, Bush
Bank BMg.. phono 147. i
rOR SALE 60 ACRES ALL UNDKR
cultivation. 20 acres In wheat, bal-
v v vwwvu iu vmv, 9 rwiu
cottage, barn, macadam road, price
lA&Aik - -.1,
200 acres in Houston county, Texas,
to trade for Willamette valley lands.
4 Well Improved 20 acres; with two
sets of good buildings, macadam road
acres bearing Italian prune orcahrd.
all new land, price $8000.!,
Five acres ail cultivated.' new
room plastered house, barn, well,
'of road. XV miles out. price $1C00.
10s acre farm, fine large bouse and
bera. orchard, good soil, price $185
Per acre. , ,
tS acre farm, 80 acres under culti
vation, balance- pasture and about
ei-fht acres of fine timber, all stock
and machinery goes, price $150 per
r acre. .
Good Improved 1(0 acre dairy farm,
land In high state of cultivation, all
Sere!' culUTt,on Pr,ce I Per
20 acres all In bearing fruit,
prone, cherry, apples and English
wjunutn. R-ood new houseu basement,
r;- 10 acres all under cultivation. S
? m ld Italian prunes.
rmtly orchard, good new 6 room
. PUatered house. I
acTes of first class! land. 10
if ,":.of Loganberries In first class
condition. 2 acres of Italian prune
erchard, 2 acres of good timber,
mall house barn, well, several acres
la oats and vetch, price $7500.
f you want to buy. trade or sll.
K? "a -W. H. Grabenhbrst A Co
7 ttntm it,.. f
WANTED" AT'TllOCOl E
uaic street, steady
wo a. , i ,
Wanted girl or woman for
rle,!.a housework. Woman pre
;f"1; Phone 1229 or call at 114
ifp-P A TfOUlarMXN"TO Dllivl
at. once. 1 none I i9.
WrVT.E?T-BRIOIIT TOtTNO MAN
IrtZliJ1 .J,1 'p old to learn
f.,?IiBC trd. day work. Apply
'nun Job Topt.. tiTtlrs.
kit SALE 1850 POtTND WORKING
rC;.V?ALE 1 POLAND CHINA BOAR.
cJJilw& Rulifson M mile Norju
t Tue-Ti7TClaf sified Ad
M I HICE1LI. AR EO V
Rl.AJ?E;?m FIVE PASSENGER
Bulck in fine condition $700. 'See
aj at $49 North Commercial, phone
OROA.N FOR SALE WALNUT CASE.
loulkYiSe'rV30 " taken
IF YOU WANT TO GET THE BEST
vfJ ?5r'-"?nd 13 to th Pacific
Homestead, Salem. Oregon, for a trial
subsrtption. MenUon this ad.
BHtlA'trArRt:3 SUITABLE FOR
feed fifty cents per sack at ware-
B?os?i ;7" or 62 Magls
CAFIlYlTJ OF THE OATMAN GIRLS
nT?. H.u "5orlr of western Immi
grat on baa been carefully revised,
making a handsome litUe book, it
tells In graphic terms of the mas
sacre of the Oatman family, of the
escape of Lorenzo, and the captivity
of Mary and Olive. Mary died ot
ZmZ? n fni? OMt WM Purchased
from the Indians five years later.
The price la 20 cents, postpaid. Ad
dress Oregon Teachers Monthly, 8a-
IF TOU WANT TO GET THITbePT
Poultry - paper published, aend 19
cents to the Northwest Poultry
Journal, Salem, Oregon, for a trial
subscription. Mention this ad?
A OpOD BUT 26x$0 FEET ON EA8T
side Commercial street, one door
BOP2.?f 8tate street, Salem, togeth
?I ta 'perpetual right of way over
the 14x50 ft feet tract extending from
this property to State street. Terms
Apply Bcott Bosorth. 701-8 Spauldlng
Tilda-.. Portland. Oregon.
FOR RENT 70 ACRES LOCATED H
mile west of Wapato station. Yamhill
county. 12 acres hops. 700 bearing
fruit trees. 82 acres , farm land, bal
ance pasture. Address W. H. Egan,
Qrvls. route 8. phone 8F11.
FOR RENT MARCH FIRST. MODERN
house. Close in. Call at 675 Center
SIX ROOM MODERN HOUSE ON
paved street with garage. $12.60 per
month. E. A. Rhoten. phone 11 41-J.
FOB RENT THE FOLIOWING
$10 Five-room modern cottage at
1857 South eChurch street,
$12.60 Six-room modern house on
paved street at 1020 South High Bu
Call at Statesman business office
or phone 68$.
FOR s RENT MODERN BUNGALOW
one block from paved street. 1b
South Salem. $10 per month. 3. A.
; Rhoten 840 Rural Avenue. Phone
FOR ; RENT SEVEN ROOM HOUSE
two lots, fine gardea land, barn,
chicken park. Corner worth Com.
merlcal and Gatnea. $10 per montn.
FOR RENT THE FOLLOWING:
$8 partly modern five-room cot
tage 1062 Saginaw. In good order.
Foremerly rented for $10 a. nwnth.
Call at 1042 Saginaw or Statesman
business office. 1 Phone 22.
$12 Neat modern bungalow 6
. rooms at 860 North 20th st. Call at
Statesman business office or pnone
$20 Modern apartment 76$ Marlon
street. Call at Statesman business
office or phone 22.
$22.60 Fully furnished apartment,
modern, close in. soon to be vacant.
Call at Statesman business office, or
- phone 22. - - - - '
FOR RENT SMALL FURNISHED
housekeeping rooms, close in. 641
Mill. Mrs. Eugene Prescott.
FOR ' RENT COMFORTABLE ROOM
with use of bath. In modern home.
Address A. B. care Statesman,
GOOD OUTSIDE ROOM HOT WATER
heat, modern conveniences, also In
side rooms. Close to State House.
10S0 Chemeketa, Phone 1280.
SHIPBUILDING COMPANY NOW OR
ganixlng. Wants few more parties
'with money. Abundant lumber avail
able not in confliet with present
source of supply to yards, hence pref
erence In securing- contracts. Partic
ulars. 702 SpauldTngr Bldg-- Portland,
MONEY TO LOAN: IN LARGE AND
small amounts over first class real
estate security. W. A. Uston.
HIGHEST CASH PRICE PAID FOR
rood dean rasa. Pressroom. States-
W ANTED TO RENT EIGHT ROOM
modern house with garage on paved
'street. Phono 1157-R.
WANTED YOUNO GILTS WEIGHING
about fifty or seventr-flve pounds.
" Call 7F3. or write A. E. Cray, Route
No, 1, Bilem. Oregon.
"TIREg HEPA1BED YrtCAMZIMO
GATES HALF-SOLE TIRE SERVICE
Station 177. South Commercial St,
phone 428. ! -: J-
QUACKENBUSH AUTO SUPPLY AND
Vulcanizing-. . 21 1 North Commercial
street. Phono . -
HILEMAN 'MACHINERY AND TIRE
Co. Sllverton Cord and Savage Tires.
Vulcanising and auto supplies. 221
North Commercial. Phone 787.
BRACKETT V GRAY TUBES VUL
canised. 25c Retreadlns our Pecial
ty. Freo service car. . Phone 1400.
278 North CommerciaL .-. ':
WATT SHIPP CO. RETREADS AND
sections tubes 26o up. Service car.
phono 868. 22$ South Commercial
strt. - '
SIlTPiFS AUTO SERVICE CITY AND
country trips. Phone .Day, 861;
nle-ht 2S9. -'
DR. F. U UTTER. DENTIST. ROOMS
412-414 Rank of Commerce Bldg-.
rbnn. SO. ' - -
H. HARRi ' TEACHER OF PL NO.
Phnn, 182 ' - '
n ROTH ERli OOjf OF YOKWAW
MEETS EVERY yEDNDAT BVEN
tar in Maaonlo Temple, fifth floor, at
i o'clock. AU visiting members wel
come. Horaco Pykef. Foreman. W.
XL Pxunk, Correspondent, . .
MODEBV V rOODMETT.
MODERN WOODMEN OF AMERICA
Oregon Cedar Camp. No. 6246. meets
every Thursday eveninr at 8 o'clock
In Derby building, corner Court and
High streets. R. F. Day, V. C; J. A.
BAGGAGE AND PARCELS DELTVER
ed any place, city or country. Phone
4 f iO).R. W. Vlmr.
YOU ALWAYS LOOK BETTER AND
feel better If you get your hair trim,
shampoo, and face massage at In
arey's Barber 5hop, 211 State street.
CHlBo PH A cn C
CHIROPRACTIC ADJUSTMENTS R
store normal function. If you want
results conault - Dr. May. 806-6-7
Hubbard Bldg. phone 627.
DR. O. L. SCOTT, D. C- GRADUATE OF
P. 8. C Chiropractlcs fountain head.
Davenport, Iowa. Chiropractic cor
rects the cause of disease. Office
406-7-8. U. S. N. Bank Building.
Phone 87. Realdeneo R2S-R.
DR. L. M. HUM CURES ANY KNOWN
dlseawe. 182 S. IIIrh St. Phone 282.
ITAL Clf Y TRANSFER COM PANT
Phone 822. Salem's largest and best
equipped transfer company. Get our
reduced freight rates on eastern
shipments. Also for storage as we
have three warehouses In connection
with - business. Furniture moving,
packing-, shipping and at or ins our
specialty. Office 2(1 South Commer
DRY TAJri3fG AMID I-BJ-SgrjTO
JAPANESE PRESSING PARLORS F.
S. Watanabe. Prop-, 424 K. Commer
cial St. Ladies and gentlemen's
' suits cleaned and pressed, $1 and
$L60. Work called tor and delivered
fre Tel. Main 6K2.
JUNK WANTED WE PAT HIGHEST
price for Junk of every Kind. - Let us
make you a price on your household
square Deal" hou
Capital Junk Co-
street. -none sss.
FULL VALUE PAID FOR SECOND
band gooda. - Highest market prices
for junk and hldea The People's
Junk and Secondhand Store, 871 No.
Commercial. Phone 784.
HAIR REMOVED -
"CLEAN WHITE HAS PROVEN SUC
cesafuL Applied here or sold for
: homo use. Sanitary Beauty Parlors,
828 Hubbard Bldg. '
SALEM STEAM LAUNDRY QUICK
delivery and careful work. Dry
wash 5e per pound. 188 South Lib
erty St, Phone 26. '
HOME WET WASH LAUNDRY REO
nlar washing- dene at a rate every
body can afford. For only sixty-five
. cents we will collect, wash and de
liver your washing within twenty
four hour a Phone 2471.
DR. W. U MERCER, GRADUATE
American School Osteopathy, Kirks-
. ville. Mo.; treats acute and chronic
disease. Office 404-405 U. a Na
tional Bank Bldg. Phone 818. Resi
dence 418 North Summer. Phone $14.
ACUTE AND CHRONIC DISEASES.
, Graduates American School Osteopa
thy. Kirksvllle. Mo, Sixteen years
experience. Residence office $64
South Commercial street. Post Grad
uate work. Los Angeles College. Dm.
H. D. Bowers tc Alice C Bowers.
DRS. WHITE A WALTON, OSTEO
pathle pbyslciana and surgeona
Graduates of the American Schools of
Osteopathy. Klrksville, Mo. Post
Jraduate and specialised in nervous
iseases at Los Angeles College.
- Treat acute and chronie diseases.
Offices 605-8-7-8. U. & Nat'l Bank
Bldg. Phone 859. Residence, 1620
' Court St. Phone 221 R.
NORTHWESTERN NURSERY AT
State and 24th streets choice roses,
ornamental and flowering shrubs,
shade trees, budded holly, arraf ted
Franquette walnuts and all kinds of
fruit trees. Howard Jones, Phone
-. 412. ?
FRUITLAND NURSERY SALES YARD
at Hign and Ferry. Call and aee
. stock and ret xtrices before ourehaa
l Ing elswhere. . . Everbearinr straw-
G. E. MAST. EXPERT TUNING,
, cleaning, repairing and regulatinr
All work guaranteed. 1845 Hall
street or care of Sherman Clay dt
Co- Court street, phone 81 62-J.
SECOND HAN II UOODI
WE BUY AND SELL SECOND HAND
roods of all kinds, pipe fittings, har-
, boss, collars, collar paos. tools.
chains. Fred Bchindier. 266 Center
AUTO TRUCK SERVICE. ANY KIND
Tl of hauling. Household
UzjALtr moving Jobs done prompt
rSr ; ly. Try me once. Tim me,
476 State St. Phone 868. Resldeace
phone 1122-J.1 - - :
nrirnn . fT -ITr:H C R WEBB. A. l
Clous-h. funeral directors. Latest
; modern methods known to the pro
fenplon. 497 Court street.
WOVEJf HIRE FENCUrO
Deet Katioiuil Jt AaaeHeast Fence,
aU mtuem, 24 la la M la. hirh.
ralata. Oils aad Varalak.
Stoves Re kali t aa4 Ke-palred
. Leaaakerry and Hop Hooka.
Salens Keaee- Jt Sieve WarU.
SO Crt St. Pbobo 124
r. r. rrwiifn.
SALEM WATER CO. OFFICE, 801 S.
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
... I -.rt f.nm nr.m!,,,. Hereafter
water for irrlaatloa will only be
furnished to regular customers using
water for domestic purposes. Con
tractors for sidewalks, brick work.
. nta,Avin will til,,,. ,mA fnr
building purposos" under schedule of
r,t. APPIY l nmr. t Tr copy.
wall papier, raiirr
TEN CENTS A DOUBLE ROLL AND
upward for choice Wall Paper at
Buren's Furniture Store, 179 Com
GLENN L. ADAMS FOR HOUSE DEC-
corattng. painnnsj. tinuns, paper
haaging. etc Work done by contract
or day: good workman. Location
1020 Center St. Phone 6S8-W.
SEE PORTER FOR .PAINTS WALL
paper ana tnccure VTaminr. uotmi
workmen. 466 Court St. Phone 486.
Eggs and Poultry.
Eggs. 32c to 33c.
Hens, live. Sic to tie.
Dressed chickens, 30c.
Old roosters and stags, 11 to 18c.
Pork. Mutton and Beef.
Ewes, 5 Q 7c
Pork on foot, 14c to 15 He.
Veal, dressed, 12 to 16c
Spring lamb, 13c
Beef steers, 7 to 8c; cows, 4 to 8c
Balls. 4 to 6c
Cheat, per ton, $22.
Clover, per ton. $20.
Vetch, per ton, $22.
Wheat, $1.85 to 1.87.
Oats, 85s to 90c
Befans, 8 to 8c
Mill FeeOa, Retail.
Bran, per ton, $36.00.
Shorts, per ton, $38.
WHOLESALE TO DEALERS.
Country hotter, 45c
Creamery prints, 53c
Butterfat, f. 0. b. Salem, 54c
Salmon, Chinook, 30c
Lettoce, crate, $2.50.
. Celery, 75c to 0c
Nebr, rice corn, lie.
Tomatoes. California. $2.75.
Broccoli, $1.75 to $1.85.
Onions, $2 to $2.50.
String garlic, 8c
Turnips, sack, $1.00.
Sweet potatoes, 5c
Walnuts (No. 1) 24c
Walnuts (No. 2 20c
Peanuts, raw, 17c
Cocoanuts, dozen $1.20.
.. Frraita. 1
Pears, $1.50. ;
Oranges, $2.50 to $4.50.
Apples. $1.25 to $1.75.
Dromedary dates, $4.75.
Honey (Idaho) $4.25 to $4.50. .
Lemons, $6.50 to $7.50.
Creamery bntter, 60c
Floor, hard wheat, $2.80 to $8.
Floor, valley. $2.60 to $2.60.
80 gar, cane and beet, 11 lb, $1.
Potatoes, sack lots. $1.50.
I PORTLAND LIARKETS
PORTLAND, Feb. 21. Butter:
Prints, extras, 52 & 63c; cubes, ex
tras. 52 63c; cubes, extras. 48e;
prime first. 47 c; dairy, 32 He.
Butterfat: Portland, delivery NO.
1 sour cream. 55c ,
Potatoes: Busying price Locals,
90 01.00; selling price, $101.35.
Cattle, choice steers higher; rest.
steady;- receipts. 613. Medium to
choice steers, $10.56 011.50; good
to 'medium steers, . 3d oyiv.sa;
common to good steers, $8 09.40;
choice cows and heifers, $8 010;
common to good cows and heifers,
$6.7508.15; canners. $4.2506.25;
bulls. $5 08; calves. $7.50 011;
stocker and feeder steers, $6 09.50.
Hogs, steady to active; receipts
899. Prime light, $16.85017.25;
prime heavy, $16.60 016.90; pigs.
$14.50015.50; bulk of sales. $16.80
017. Sheep, steady; receipts. 16. West
ern lambs. $15015.50; valley lambs,
$14.50 015; yearlings. $13 013.50;
wethers. $12.50 013; ewes, $9011.
Portland market on shorn sheep
2 He to 3c under Quotations.
PRATTJM. Or., Feb. 12. -F. B.
Wed el and William Groenlg of the
Deaconess hospital of Salem attend
ed Christian Endeavor here Sunday
Homer and Elmer Lelsy from
Portland and their sister, Mrs. O.
Luglnblll from Kansas, were visitors
at the home of their parents. Mr.
and Mrs. E. tlsy, Sunday.
Frank Humphrey, agent for the
Indiana silo, canvassed this neigh
A Red Cross meeting will be held
at the Menonite church Wednesday
Miss Hannah Lamberts of Fruit
land attended church here Sunday
Rev. S. S. Baumgartner was elect
ed president of the local Christian
Endeavor society Sunday night.
Six teachers from other schools
were visiting the school here yester
SILVERTON, Or.. Feb. U. Dr
G. W. Welch of Riddle. Or., has
purchased his former dental office
In Sllverton and with his family ex
pects to return this week and com
mence the practice of dentistry, '
Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Longacro are
expecting a visVL from their daugh
ter. Marguerite Connell, from China,
in he near fnture.
Elgin Walters of Shaw spent Mon
day visiting the Sllverton schools.
' Mrs. Zetta Schlader of the Oregon
Normal school Is here visiting
friends and relatives prior to a trip
to0 California, where she will spend a
few months with her husband. Cal.
Schlader, who is in the United States
F. E. WCalllster, cashier of the
Collldge McClalne bank, received
a telegram announcing the serious
illness of his father in Ohio, and
left for that place. 1
M. O. Gunderson of the Coolidge
ft McClalne bank left Monday for
the east in response to a telegram
announviris the serious yilness of
Will Moser of Grants Pass Is ris
iting his brother, Joh,n Moser, frr a
, Miss Ines ' Donahue of the Mon
mouth Normal has been elected to
FOR SALE ONE HOUSE AND LOT.
price 81000. Pay same as rent. Ap
ply to A E. Day. 2408 Center street.
300 ARB FARM FOR SALE. NO Ex
change considered. First class for
general farming. Address L X"
FOR SALE THE A. J. FURV1KJ?
place In Spring Valley. Enquire, Mrs.
E. T. Prescott. 641 Mill or Mrs. J. A.
Remington, phone 2481-J.
WILL TRADE 15 ACRES LAND IN
city limits, all In cultivation, price
$6100 for 82000 house in city. Mort
gage on balance at 6 per cent.
Kiemerer. 644 State street.
WHAT OFFERS FOR 21000 EQUITY
in highly improved 20 acre tract at
Llveley? Price 22500, balance pay
able lej0 semi-annually. Niemeyer
644 State street.
CANADA. 320 ACRE WHEAT RANCH-
es can be bought with a first pay
ment of 8512 In American settled
districts. Free literature. Niemeyer,
644 State street.
I WANT A SMALL HOUSE WITH A
. good sised piece of good land in ex
change for a small house in High
land. Will pay cash difference. See
Wd. Fleming, 241 State street.
FOR SALE LOT 47x90 FEET. GOOD
five room house with cement base
ment, f urnance. gas and wood ranges,
and other modern conveniences;
house furnished or unfurnished to
suit purchaser. Two blocks east of
state House grounds, l'rice fZBae.
on easy terms. Enquire at 161 South
I HAVE SOME CASH PURCHASERS
for farm property also ; some good
trades to offer. List your property
at once. I can dispose 1 of it If thv
price is reasonable. X- have seed
wheat, a 2-Inch wagon a plow,
steel cable and grub plow for sale
cheap. Scott, 404 Hubbard building
10 ACRES OF LAND 2ft MILES FROM
Salem, on rood road. 8 acres in cul
tivation and 8 acres of timber. Foir
room box house, rustic outside. Baivu.
woodshed and smoke house. Al un
der fence, land lies rolllnr. but rood
so4L See Perrine dc Marsters. 4s2
Hubbard Bldg, Phore 807.
MUST HAVE A FEW HUNDRED DOL
lars cash. In a few days, and will
sacrifice on either oroprty. a 70 acre
pasture and timber, plac with fair
ouuaings running water, 7 mu
east. $70 an acre, and will take a
.clear town bouse part pay, long time
on balance. Or will sell my equity In
a fine 0 room modern house close In
steady income.' Money.- talks, see ex
clusive agent this week. Win. Flem
ing 241 State street. .
GOOD INVESTMENTS. 6 ROOM HOUSE
lot and bearing trees 8450. Five
acres on car line all clear cheap
buildlnars 81200. acrea all 'smooth
land half clear 22500. 40 acree fine
land 8 acres timber 27 acres five ynar
old orchard balance open, good set of
buildings 26.000. Exchange 110 "acres
Waldo hills 8100 per acre take Dart
trade. 81000 first mortgage for sale
or exenango ror nouse. - t or rent a
acres bottom land dose in. : Have
cash buyer for good small farm. 1914
, Ford for sale. Shetland pony for
sale. Money to loan. , F. L. Wood.
7 ACRES. ON CAR LINE, IN PRUNES
cherries, logenberries. rood modern
house, finest sightly location, will
take residence as part pay. 28.000.
16 acres one of the finest prune or
chards, well kept, good house and
barn. miles from Salem, will sell
, cheap far cash. Make an offer. Fine
s acre home in Haysvtue District,
rood house, barn, rood road, f ruiL
82650. one half cash balance 2 years
. at 7 per cent. ine a acre home in
Haysvillo District modern bungalow
tH acrea In loganberries and prunes
for a short time only 82250. Excellent
opportunity in 415 acre farm fair
ouuaings s miles from Salem, aver
are annual rent $1222 only 855 per
acre, easy terms. Bocoiorsay. 34 J
LOOK AT THISA REAL
bout 400 acree of choice Polk coun
ty land; about 80 acrea dear; about 6
acres in stump pasture: balance la
choice) pillar timber and oak grube.
Timber aloae worth $7600. New four
room h.ouse, new dairy barn, providing
for. 88 cows and four horses; new pi
pea and new milk house. Water piped
(rom fine sprinr to all buildings. Will
sell the whole at a great bargain.
Very easy terms. 8 per cant interest
Address L, owner, care Th Statesmarn
fill the vacancy In the grade school
caused by the resignation of Mrs. Lrl
The girls basketball team of the
Sllverton high school went to Hub
bard Saturday night. The score was
13 to 15 In Hubbard's favor, this
War Department Selects
Its Official Beant?
MISS rRAMCtS CROAri
Miss Frances Jordan has been se
lected by the Soldiers': and Sailors
Campaign council of the war depart
ment as the most beautiful of 22,000
young women who sent their pic
tures to be judged. The picture is to
be used on an official poster to In
spire soldiers and sailors to greater
efforts for their country. .
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being the Sllverton girls' first de
feat. The Sllverton basketball clnb
played the Chemawa team Saturday
night at Sllverton. .The score was
54 to 18 in Cbemawa's favor.
L. C Eastman and P. L. Blacker
by went to Salem Monday, where
they, were employed In a job of
plumbing at the penitentiary.
E. T. Barkhurst. who has been
employed as mechanic at the Fisher
Flouring mill for the past week, re
turned to his home in Salem Saturday.-
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Knute Digernees and " George
Shields were In Salem Saturday.
P. L. Blsckerby "returned from
Portland Saturday evening where he
has been serving on the. grand Jury.
Evidence Is Songht : on Work
ing Honrs Prevailing at
CHICAGO. Feb. 12. Mothers with
babies In their arms, as well as girl
workers and men came from the
stock yards today to testify in the
wage controTersy between the pack
ers and their employes before Fed
eral Judge Alschuler. recently ap
pointed an arbiter by Secretary of
The women had been called by
he 'bor unions to give evidence of
the long hours which the . unions
claim prevallr at the stock yards.
None of them testified today, how
W. J. Barrett, an official of the
Brotherhood of Electrical Workers,
testified that electricians at the
packing plants, although organised,
received only 44 cents an hour,
while the scale called for 78 cents
n hour. In reply to a question as
to why fie worked in the yards for
4 cents when he could get 78 cents
outside, he said that he would have
o join another local of the union
which would hare cost him 1200.
8. C. Frazee. superintendent - of
the Wilson it Co. plant, the next
witness, said the average wage paid
nen in his plant was 27 cents . an
hour and that a similar 'wage was
aid In other plants.
Other men employed In various
'rades testified that their basic rate
-f pay was lower than that paid to
'he same class of labor in other in
The hearing will continue indef
initely. Huckestin Reports on
Receipts for January
Postmaster Hackesteln reported
yesterday that during the month of
fanuary first class postage-receipts
unounted to $9905; second rlasa.
1139.77; third and fourth. 3873.81:
box rents, $108.50, or a total busi
ness for the month of fll.027.0S.
Hi total business for 1917 wa 83.
194.52. or an Increase of $1524.58.
Up to date for February thrift
tatnp sales hare amounted to $2.
108.93. and the grand total since the
beginning of the sales Is $27,291.72,
Marlon county's qutota' has been
tlaced at $971,808. leaving a bal
ance due of $944,508.28. It Is ex--tected
to reach this sum by the first
-f March. 1919. or a little over one
ear since the sales began.
The committee In charge of the
-tamp sales In the state hope! to
rh tl.Ann.noA hy March. 191 9. '
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Millionaire at 27 Years
H. Leslie i-araer f of Wyoming,
twenty-seven years jof age. Is a mil'
lionalre. Several years aso he was
the stwerd of a club at Casper. There
he saved enough from his $75 .a
month to lease what be believed
would be good - oil lands. He
guessed right and now he has enough
money to own several such clubs.
lOCTURRK PACTFIO CO.
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