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THE ORIUJON bTATESMAN: WKDX KSpAY FEBRUARY 20,1918
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The Wants and Needs of the Capital City Are Noted
Under Proper Headings So You Can Readily Find Them
Bar. Sell and Exchange all Kinds
i.Mttm it urn iAAfn
urt8 exonnxa, snores, iiicy-
CLES, TOOLS, ETC
phone 4l 7 Court St.
FfllE INSURANCE SOCIETY
W. 1L Burghardt, Jr.,
Evident Agent 883 State St.
Money to Loan
IMFHOVKD FARM AND CITT
r'B0'BnTr AT VOWK9T RATKS
THOS. K. FORD 52K2W5
vrnKET TO LOAN I HAVE MADE
Mffi5tSi"t for loaning eaatern
Koney : will make very 1 te of
KJS't on highly Improved farm..
Homer H. Smith. Room ft. McCormack
Si"" Balem. Or. Pbon SO.
Rate Fee Weed
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Subsequent wUoni ....... Wo
One week (six Insertions) Jo
I Oat month .. z
t Bii 'month contract per too. 8e
yo account opened for law than 16c
A nsat card given free -with an
advertisement to the "tent of 80s
announcing "for 81 -For
Kent," "Rooms" or "Board."
Each new classified advertlee
roent will be run under "New
Today" for first Insertion, unless
othcrtrUa ordered by the adver-
Subsequent laaartloB of tha ad
will appear under Its proper claaa
IflcaUoa. No adverttsment will ba run
under "New Today for mora than
na Issue under any circumstances
E0C3 FOR PETTING FROM A GOOD
strain of Ubode Island Reds. i per,
fifteen, (88 North Winter, Phone
rOR SALE Oil TRADE. AT A BAR
gain, my modern seven room house,
on paired atreet and in best residence
district in Salem will take part pay
mnt or trade for a smaller house:
Mrs. Will F. Skiff.
PROTECTION INSURE TOUR HOME
today and guard against tha uncer
tainties of tomorrow. The Orearon
Firs Itellef Association of McMlnn
ville specializes on dwellings, schools,
churches, brick bulldlifga and farm
property, and gives you first class
protection at actual cost as It has
been doing for many years. II. A.
Johnson Co.. Agents, Hush Hank
fcldg., Salem, phone 147.
FREB DEMONSTRATION PUTNEV
. Sanitary Window-Ventilator, product
of new Balem Industry, Hi btate
WANTED A WOMAN FOR GENERAL
house work. Must be a good cook,
- no washing. Call forenoons at 976
Wanted brig iit touno man
. from 11 to II ears old to leara
printing trade, day work. Apply
Statesman Job DepC. upstairs.
12 GOOD MEN WANTED FOR FACT-
ory work. We work our men on the
merit plan. Apply at J. A. Mills'
office. 320 State street, . 6 p. ro. to
7 p. m.
FOR SALE l
OXa COW FOR SALE. CALL 107F4.
CXVTEA FOR SALE. PHONE 73F21.
TOR SALE 1 POLAND CHINA BOAR.
registered. Rulifson hi mile Korta
County Farm. Phone 4F4.
tOR SALE LARGTsTOCKEfrcON
fectlonery. -with exclusive fixtures.
Write Box 31 S. Dallas. Oregon.
FOR SALE FIXE ENGLISH LLEW
ellyn setter. Well trained foT hunting.-
phone 674 W,
IF YOU WANT TO GET THE BEST
farm paper, send 10c to the Pacific
1 Homestead. Salem, Oregon, for a trial
. . subartptjon. Mention this aL
F9kR,, 8ALE TWO POOL TABLES,
balls, etc., l,$oo bar very,cbeap. Box
F6R SALE ONE l H. FV AUTOMO
'.'' nS'Be In good running order.
- Write Box 41, ilecleay. Oregow.
TEN TONS OF CLOVER HAY FOR
ale at Brooks Feed Store, Brooka,
FOR SALE FOUR - HORSES. ONE
section harrow, one Oliver plow, two
sets of harness, two wagons, five
nogs, fifteen acres of crops, twenty
creJ of Plowing; this is a good lay
out for some body that wants a farm.
It pays to advertise if you've sot the
foods, that's why I'm doing- It. A. W.
CAFZFf1TT OF THE O ATM AN GIRLS
- Thl true story of western Immi
gratioa has bean carefully revised.
, B,la- a handsome little book. It
tells in graphic terms of tha mas
sacra of the Oatman family, of the
cte of Lorenxo. and the captivity
' i: Mary Olive. Mary died of
Starrs tl n and Olive was purchased
rom the Indiana five years later.
;The price la 20 cents, postpaid. Ad
v?rM Oregon Teachers Monthly. Sa
SMALL POTATOES SUITABLE FOR
reed fifty cents per sack at ware-
bouse. Ione 717 or 1SJ. Maogis
rR SALEWIISON STRAWBERRY
f'lants. 12.50 per thousand; also near
f new Cypress inevbator, 70-eKsr ca
pacity. One mile cast of HweM
bcm house, box 98. rout 6, Wm. A.
IF TOU WANT TO GET THE BEST
. poultry papr pnhlisbed. send 10
cents to the. Northweot Poultry
Journal. Salem. Oregon, for m trial
snhwrlnflrtw. Mention this ad.
FOR RENT A COZY THREE JlOO.'.l
apartment, rn ground floor. Kurn
ihel complete for - lioisokeeplnr.
Klectrlo light, gas or wod for cook
ing. Very reasonable rent. Light
and water furnished. (t Mill street
NICELY KUHNli-HEU" FOUIt "ROOM
(.. Vi . oouin cmmrcliL
FUHN imiKD iiOOMT 1 NC LU DI N ti
H?lZHES FURNISHED AND UNFURN
tor rnt- Niemeyer Realty Co..
644 Mate street.
FOR RENT FIVE 1 ROOM BUNGA
low, paved street, fend llfi Ford r
sale. I'hone 2510J2.
FOR RENT THE FOLIOWINO
..!:0'-."F,ve'room modern cottafa at
1167 South Church street.
$12.60 SIx-roorrK modern house on
Paved street at 120 South High Si
Call at .Statesman business office
or phone (83. ;
SIX ROOM MODERN HOUSE ON
paved fftreet vvlth garage. $12.60 per
month. E. A. Rhoten. phone 1141-J.
FOR RENT MODERN BUNGALOW
2nwb,2ck ,'0? paved street. In
South Salem, i io per month. H. A,
Ithoten 111 Rural Avenue. Phone
FOR RENT SEVEN ROOM HOUSE
two lots, fine garden land, barn.
Chicken park. Corner worth Com.
merlcal and JJalnes. fio per montn.
FOR RENT THE FOLLOWING:
i $6 partly modern five-room cot
tage 1062 Saginaw. In good order.
Foremcrly rented for $10 a ruwnth.
Call at 1042 Sagtnaw or Statesman
business office. Phone 23.
. t $1S Neat modern bungalow 6
rooms at 060 North 20th st. Call at
Statesman business office or pnone
$20 Ten room modern house, at
771 North Cottage street. Call at
Statesman business office, or phone
$20 Modern apartment 768 Marlon
street. Call at Statesman busines
office or phone 23.
i $22.56 Fully furnished apartment,
modern, at 684 H Ferry street. Call
at Statesman business office, or
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.
1030 Chemeketa. Phone' 1280.
SHli'BUILWNrfCOMFANY MOW OR
, ganlxtng. 4 Wants few mora parties
with money. Abundant lumber avail
able not la conflict' with present
source of supply to yards, hence pref
erence in securing contracts. Partlc
' utars, 701 Spauldlng: Bid., Portland.
WILL TRADE GOOD -BUILDING LOT.
value, $809 for used Ford or other
car. Will pay difference. Phone 2i
MONET TO LOAN.
MONEY TO LOAN: iSf LAJtGE AND
small amounts over first class real
estate security. W. A. Liston.
FARMERS IN LINN BENTON. LIN
eoln. Polk, Marion. Yamhill and
Clackamas counties, Oregon, who are
not accessible to other National
. Farm Loan Associations, may secure
government farm loana through the
two associations of which I am sec
retary. A C. Bohrnstedt, 401 Masonic
Trnrl. Salem. Oregon.
HIGHEST CASH PRICE PAID FOR
good clean rags. Pressroom. States-
TIRES REPAIRED TJI.CANIZINO
GATES HALF-SOLE TIRE SERVICE
Station 177. South Commercial St,
QUACKENBUSH AUTO STJPPLT AND
Vulcanizing. 211 North Commercial
street. Phone $8.
HILEMAN MACHINERY AND TIRE
Co. Silverton Cord and Savage Tires.
Vulcanising and auto supplies. 291
North Commercial. Pbone 717.
BRACKETT tc GRAY TUBES VUL
canized. 25c Retreading our special
ty. Free service car. Phone 1400.
171 North Commercial.
WATT SHIPP CO. RETREADS AND
ectiona tubes 2c up. service car.
Phone 11. 121 South Commercial
SHiPP'S AUTO SERVICE -CITY AND
country- trips. -none . - xsy. .
rtlrht 35. '
DR. F. L. UTTER. DENTIST. ROOMS
411-414 Bank of Commerce Bid.
M WlOTK A CI f Bf RT"
R. KARR. TEACHER OF PLrVO.
phono 1881. ' . .
"IIROTHKRIIOOI OI? YOEMAIf
MEETS EVERY WEDNESDAY EVEN-ing-
In Maaonie Temple, fifth floor, at
8 o'clock. All vlalting membera wel
come. Horace Sykes, Foreman, W.
H. Prunk. Correspondent.
JIODER N Jiypopn E N.
MTiDERN WOODMEN OF AMERICA
Orejron Cedar Carnp No. 6246, meetj
every Thursday evening at I o clock
in Derby building, corner Courtand
High atreeta. R. F. Day, V. Cj J. A.
Wrlfht. elrok. '
BUSINESS CARDS .
BAGGAGE AND PARCELS DELIVER
ed any place, city or country. Phone
4 f5S1-H W. IT
FHEST'IAGK IS WON TOJKTHKR
with Iwcreaskd business by thone who
persistently keep thHr head and face
go-i fashion. Try our er;
jlngrey'a JUrber Bhop, 311 Stat
store normal function. If you want
. results con-ult Dr. May, 806-6-7
Hubbard Bldg. plione 627. i - ,
DR. O. L. SCOTT. D. C-. GRADUATE OF
P. S. C. Chfropractlcs fountain head.
Xiavenporf, Iowa. Chlropractic cor
rorta the causa of disease. ,V;f'f
i406.7-8. U. B. N, Bank Bulldlnc.
'phone 17. Residence S28-R,
D. L. M. HUM CUK1CS ANT KNOWN
- im-nm. H. High St. fr-tiono IS.
I1RAYS AND EXPRESS
Capital cWf mKfFitc65plf?
I'hone 33. Salem's largest and best
equipped transfer company. Get our
reduced freight rates on eastern
shipments. Also for storage aa we
have three warehouses In connection
with business. Furniture moving,
packing, shipping and storing our
specialty. Office 161 South Commer
DRY rTLKAHIKO AND PRESSIlfO
JAPANESE PRESSINO PARLORS F.
8i Wainabe, Propw 434 N. Commer
cial St. Ladles' and gentlemen's
aulta cleaned and pr eased. $1 m.nd
11.60. Work called fur vaad delivered
reop. Tel. Main BS17
JUNK WANTED WE PAT HIGHEST
price for junk of every kind. Let us
make you a price on your household
roods. The "Square Deal- House
Sfplt.-?unk.-Co- 871 Chemeketa
Street. Phone 191.
FULL : VALUE PAID FOR SECOND
band goods. Highest market prices
for Junk and aldee. The People's
Junk and Secondhand Store, 171 No.
Commercial. Pbone 714.
"CLEAN WHITE" HAS PROVEN Suc
cessful. Applied here or sold for
home use. Sanitary Beauty Paxlora.
821 Hubbard Bldg. em"ir
8 A UK VI STEAM LAUNDRY QUICK
delivery and careful work. Dry
w"hr p5 Pound- 18$ South Lib
erty St. Phone 31.
HOME WET WASH LAUNDRY REO
ular waahlng 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 hours. Phono .9471.
DR. W. L. MERCER, GRADUATE
American School Osteopathy, Klrks
vtlle. Mo.; treata acuta and chronic
disease. Office 404-408 U. S. Na
tional Bank Bid r. Phone fit. Resi
dence 419 North Summer. Phone 814.
ACUTE AND CHRONIC -DISEASES.
Graduates American School Osteopa
thy. Kirksville. Mo. Sixteen years
experience. Residence office 8S4
South Commercial street Post Grad
uate work. Los Angelea College. Dra.
H. D. Bowers c Alice C Bower. .
DRS. WHITE tc WALTON, OSTEO
, pathie physlciana and surgeons.
Graduates of the American Schools of
Osteopathy; Kirksville, Mo. Post-
fraduate and specialised In nervous
Iseaaes at Los Angeles College.
Treat acute and chrenic diseases.
Offices 606-8-7-8. U. B. Nat'l Bank
Bldg. Phone SSI. Residence, 1620
Court Ft. Phone 1216.
COPY WORK" CORRECTLY TVPK-
written and compared. Call after 6
at 4 t-Mo street.
NORTHWESTERN NURSERY AT
state and 24 th streets choice rosoa,
rhade trees, budded holly, grafted1
Franquette walnuts and all kinds of
fruit tree. .Howard Jones, Pnoue
FRUITLAND NURSERY SALES YARD
at Hign and Ferry. Call and aee
stock and get prices before purchas
ing eiswncre. , JverDearing straw
G. E, MAST. EXPERT TUNING,
cleaning, repairing and regulating.
All work guaranteed. 1646 Hail
street or care of Sherman Clay at
Co.. Court street, phone 9163-J.
SECOND HAND UOObf
WE BUY AND SELL SECOND HAND
goods of all kinds, pipe fittings, har
ness, collars. collar pads, tools,
chains. Fred Schindler. 866 Center
AUTO TRUCK SERVICE. ANY KIND
of hauling. Household
moving Jobs done prompt
ly. Try me once. Timme.
476 State Bt Phone 868. Residence
WEBB A CLOUGH C. B. WEBB. A. M.
Clou ph. f uneral directors. Latest
modern methods known to the pro
fon(ilvn. 497 Court street.
WOVEN WIRE FEJfCIXO
, Depot Natleaal A Asaericaa Feaee,
all alaea. 29 la. te 88 la. blgbw
Pa Into, Oils aad Varalah.
Stove nekllt aad Repaired
Lesaakerry mm Ilep Hooka.
Saleaa Keaee Steve Werka.
2SO Ceart . Pbeae 1X4
R. n. FKMITrtl.
ATTf.r-.vt 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 tp regular customers using
water for domestic purposes. Con
tractors for sidewalka. brick work,
or plastering, will please read "for
building purpooos" under achedule of
rates.- Arolv Ht ffi-o for ropy.
WALL PAPER. PAINT
TEN CENTS A DOUBLE ROLL AND
upward for choice Wall Papers at
Buren'a Furniture Store, 171 Com
SEE PORTER FOR PAINTS WALL
Paper and Picture Framing. Good
workmen. 455 Court St Phone 46
GLENN L. ADAMS FOR HOUSE DEC
corating, painting, tinting, paper,
hanging, etc. Work done by contract
or day; good workman. Location
1?a Center PHone RUS-W
Prospect of New Wheat
Prices Boosts Grains
CHICAGO, Kl. 19. Progress to
ward an inrreaRO of the, government
guarantee price on wheat for the
191S crop had a bullish effect today
lu greain markets here. Corn clos
ctl steady 1-8 to l-2c net higher,
with March $1,27 2-4 and May $1.2fi
7-8. Oats talned 3 -14 to 3-R to
3 5-Sc. Prrvliiions finished at an
advance of 10 to""'1. ' Both corn and
oat, especially oats, responded qtiiek
ly to word t Jat the aenate agricul
ture committee it Washington had
favorably rei.rtcd the Gore resolu
Aggressive buying, chiefly on the
part of the houses with eastern con-
For Feeding Hogs
Can be had at the
Call or Telephone 2488
Egg maA Poultry.
Old roosters, 13c to 14c.
Stags, 16c to 18c.
Pork, Marion and Xteef.
Ewes, 5c to 9c.
Pork on foot, 14c to 15 He
Veal, dressed, 13c to 17c.
Spring lamb, 13c.
Beef steers, 7 to 9c; cows, 4 to 8c.
Bulls, 4 to 6c
Cheat, per ton, $20.
Clover, per ton, $18.
Vetch, per ton. $20. ;
Wheat. $1.85 to 1.87.
Oats, 90 to 95c.
Beans, 8 to 9c
Mill Feeds. Retail.
Bran, per ton, $36.00.
Shorts, per ton, $38.
WIIOLESALK to dealers.
Country hotter, 45c.
Creamery prints, 53c.
Butterfat, f. o. b. Salem, 54c
Salmon, Chinook, 30c.
Lettuce, crate, $2.50.
Celery. 75c to 0c
Nebr, rice corn, 11c.
Tomatoes. California. $2.75.
Broccoli. $1.75 to $1.85.
Onions, $2 to $2.50.
String garlic, 8c.
Turnips, sack, $1.00.
Walnuts (No. 1) 24c.
Walnuts (No. 2) 20c
Peanuts, raw, 17c.
Cocoanuts, 'dozen $1.20.
Oranges. $4.50 to $6.00.
Bananas. 6vc. 1
Apples. $1.25 to $1.75.
Dromedary dates. $4.75.
Honey (Idaho) $4.50.
'Lemons, $6.50 to $7.50.
Creamery butter, 60c
Flour, hard wheat, $2.80 to $8.
Flour, valley, $2.60 to $2.60.
Sugar, cane and beet. 11 lb, $1.
Potatoes, sack lots. $1.60.
1 PORTLAND. Feb. 19. Butter;
Prints, extras, 52 0 5Sc; euben ex-
tra4, 48c; prime firsts, i', c; tiairy.
Rutterfat: Portland delivery No.
I . I Potatoes. '
Potatoes: Buying price Locals,
$101.10; selling price, $1 1501.25.
- 1 Grain.
PORTLAND. Feb. 19. Grain: 30
day options (Bids) Oats. No. 22
white, $67.50; barley, standard, $7;
A, brewing. $71; oats. No. 2, $68.25;
barley, feed, $67.
Eastern oats and corn In bulk:
(bids) Oats. No. 3. white; $63.b0;
38-pound clipped, white. $65; corn.
No'. 3. yellow, $68.50; No. 3. mixed.
$67.50; oats. No. 3, $6?.50: clip
ped, $65.60; corn, yellow, $68. SO;
Today's ear receipts: Wheat, 1 ;
barley, 1; flour. 2; oats, 5; hay, 6.
Cattle, steady; receipts. 394. Med
ium to choice steers. $ 10.55011.50;
good to medium steers, $9.35 010.
35; common to good steers, $8 0 9.40
choice cows and beifert, -$8 010:
common to good cows and heifers.
$6.7508.15; canners, $4.2506.23;
bulls. $50 8; calves, $7.50 012;
stocker and feeder steers. $6.0 9.50.
Hogs, steady; receipts, 12S7.
Prime light. $16.45016.60; prime
heavy. $16.40016.55; pii?s, $14.5'
015; bulk of sales, $16.25 016.59.
Sheep, steady: receipts, 676. West
ern lambs, $15015.50; valley lambs.
$14.50015: yearlings, $13013.50;
wethers, $12.50013; ewes. $9011.
Portland market on shorn sheep
2Vft to 3 cents under quotations.
nections, carried oats far above any
previous record this season. Heavy
profit-taking sales took place but
did little to check the bulge.
In the provisions market, an
nouncement that the food admln'.s-
rat Ion had asked for tenders of
meats and lard, March shipment,
was mnch more than an offset for
weakness of the price of bogs.
OIH AXI INTERESTING.
Australians , are considering a
inggcKtion to give.trre new capital of
the commonwealth the name of
Shakespeare. " ,
CHICHESTER S PILLS
i m oioot ar oT ar "
progrW. A. IkCIi l rt:i.Tf 9
iiiWN- nnNu ftCiXt "a
SOD ET DRUGGISTS tilkTiffitRJ
TrOR SALE THE A. J. PUHVlNtf
place in Mpring valley. Enquire, Mrs.
K. T. Prescott. 641 Mill or Mrs. J. A.
Remington, phone 2481-J.
CANADA THIS SPRING WILL RE
celve several hundred Oregon
farmers. Csll for free literature.
Niemeyer Realty Co., 641 State street.
CANADIAN LANDS. I OWN TWO
farms, most productive portion Al
berta. Will sell either one. Write
or call at 828 Sputh 12th or phone
FOR RENT HALF INTEREST IN 125
acre cultivated farm with stock and
machinery. Also 165 acre farm. 117
acres cultivated. Niemeyer Realty
Co.. 544 State street. '
A RAROAIN DAIRY FARM UP TO
r date buildings close to town school
and churchea 81000 down, balance 10
or 15 years at exceptional low rate of
Interest. Address route 8, bos IS,
WE HAVE A LARGE LIST OF PROP
ertlea for trade. If you are open for
a fair and equitable deal, we Invite
you to call and see us. The Fleming
Realty Co.. 841 State street, room 1.
Business established 1808.
A GOOD BUY 15x80 FEET ON EAST
aide Commercial street, one door
north of State 'street, Salem, togeth
er with perpetual right of way over
the 14x50 V feet tract extending from
this property to State street. Terms
Apply Scott Bosorth. 701-1 Spaulding
PRUNE RANCH FOR SALE IS ACRES
iVt miles south of Salem, 10 acres
bearing, 8 acres four years old. 1
acre loganberries, new live room
house, barn and chicken bouse, good
welL fine view and best cf soil. -will
take city property up to 1009, price
88500., H. A. JOHNSON tc Co., Room
2 Ladd ft Rush Hank Dldg.
FOR SALE DRY WOOD ALSO SEED
wheat raised on new land. I have
heavy' team to trade for small one.
I want wood choppers. I have a
residence In Balem and small tracts
in the country for sale cheap. Will
accept one or more vacant lota or
' live stock for first payment. John
H. iscott, 404 Hubbard Dldg.
WE HAVE A LARGE LIST OF PROP
ertlea for trade. If you are open "for
a fair .and equitable deal, we Invite
you to call and see us. The Fleming
Realty Co., 841 State street, room 7.
Business established 1109.
EQUITY IN 40 ACRES. IRRIGATED
farm Hi miles from town In Idaho,
i r grocery stock not over 12500
ITIce 85.800. .
8 ACRES IMPROVED. SOME LOGAN
berries and prunea, cloae to car, line,
near Salem. Will .exchange for-lPort-land
residence and cash. PrlceH.OOO
Bocoioisay, sii, eiaie street.
GOOD I ROOM HOUSE ON PAVED
street. 8 year old, worth $100o, but
must be sold n the sacrifice orice of
82300. 81000 will handle this. One
of the best Improved 140 acre farms
In Marlon county for sale, will take
Improved acreage as first payment
up to 16000., Price 818.009 for further
Information; see' Perrine tc Marsters.
402 Hubbajra mag- phone 807. .
A GOOD INVESTMENT AND FINK
home. 40 acres of good land, lays
rolling an clear except about six
acrea or timber. 27 acres ot rive yea
- old orchard good five room plastered
house, good barn and well, fine sight
ly place and ought to double in val
ue in rive res re. : price sio ne acre.
Exchange, good bouse and cash for
small farm. 220 acrea improved close
to ra" read szaoo, latce noune part
pay. - For rente. 80 acres. 10 acres.
Money to loan. F. L. Wood, Bayne
FOR SALE 100 ACRE STOCK FARM,
will consider small farm aa part
payment up to isooo, price sit.ejo.
Five acres el under cultivation.
about 50 English Walnut trees seven
. years old. some bearing cherries and
peaches, g"od road, price 8900. 20C
acre farm 90 acrea good wheat
land, balance paafure and fine tim
ber. 7 room house, barn. team, wagon
and, harneaa ges, some machinery.
price 3 per acre, a acrea an under
cultivation, good three room plaster
ed bouse, good barn, well, rock road.
8V4 miles out, price 81000. If you
want to buy, trade or sen, see us.
W. H. Grabenhorst & Co., 275 State
DO YOU NI3SD ANYTHING LIKE
these A. f I room house and two
lota on a corner, fruit trees and
small barn, irood garden patch, price
8F0. 8100 down 810 Ver month.
Five acres, one block from the car
line. Just vu tilde the city limits. AH
In cultivation, some small buildings.
Price 81200. Ibis onebaif of what it
A alx room house on pave street,
city water, walking distance from
everywhere, price 850. No trade.
A nice little five room house and
three lots nice large barn. city
water, good chicken yard, some fruit
treea, one block to car line, price
800. 200 down balance monthly.
See J. A. Mills, 820 State atreet.
port exchange: 4 so acre stock
ranch in Umpqua valley. miles from
good town on good road, 75 acres In
cultivation. 100 slashed and aecded.
balance timber and pasture land
watered by fine creek. Place all
fenced with good fence. About Sv
head cattle, good team, 2 broodaanwa.
all tools, and farm machinery, feed
crop and everything for 818500. Want
Improved acreage or house; and lots
and aome cash or will take back
mortgage for difference.
Fine 15 acre track 54 miles from
Roseburg. Or., 6 acres commercal ap
ples. Just coming into bearing. t
acres young prunes. Nice 5 room
bungalow, good barn, and other out
building, fine well, closn to school,
store and mail route. Price 4Sn.
Want 80 to 109 acrea of cheap land
for stock ranch. What have you to
offer for either of the above. They
will bear Investigation and Informa
tion. See Perrine at Marsters, 402
Hubbard Rldg., phone 807.
EQUITY IN 860.000 SALEM INCOME
property for valley ranch not over
840.000. Equity in 187 acre grain and
fruit rsnch with good Income, or
ranch not over 820.000. 12 acres
nesr Salem to exchange for coattt
ranch not over 14000. P0 acres, 2
in prunes, cherries and mixed or
chard, good Improvements, 80 past
ure. 35 in grain land want dairy for
part and mortgage back for balance,
might consider a coast ranah. price
810.A0O. 7'i acres In fruit, good Im
provements, sicrhtly location, on car
line. Joining Salem, will take mod
ern residence ss -party pay. prt. e
88000. ' .Absolutely the finest 8 room
arrangement, strictly modern, large
lawn garage owner wants to leave.
826!0. 8 room modern practically
new furnished houe. garage, paved
afreet. 82800 or will take Portland
residence, might assume. If you have
vants in my lino klndlv make them
i known to yne. Socolofsky, 311 IState
LOOK AT THIS A REAL
About 400 acres of choice Polk coun
ty land: about 80 acrea clear; about SO
seres In stump pasture: balance In
choice plHng timber and oak gr tins.
Timber alone worth 87&ae Now fonr
room house, new dairy Horn, providlae
for 20 cowa and tour horses; new pig
pen and new milk house. Water plpod
from fine spring to all buildings. Will
THINGS ?THT; NEVER TI APPEIJ
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sell the whole at a great bargain.
Very easy terms, 6 per cent Inter eat.
Addreaa I, owner, care Tb Statesman.
TO HIGH LEVEL
m M b a. . a, a. eW m
uains Lxtend 1U to ZU roints
Over Maximums for Ear
NEW YORK, Feb. U P. Further
plrce advances registered by many
stocks In the course of today's ac
tive dealings. Pools extended their
operations In various directions, al
though shippings and rails were com
paratively irregular or heavy.
The movement was the widest on
tEe upswing of any session .'.bus far
this year an ti many new hlgV levels
were established for that period. In
a number of .instances gains extend
ed from 10 to 20 points over maxi
mums of the early dtys of the month
Little attettlon sAnied to be paid
to foreign af raits, although bankers
remained downtown after the mar
ket's close for a line on the British
premier's latest address. Develop
ments at Washington received favor
able Interpretation In the main.
Fully three mourtbs of the day's,
turnover of : 895,000 shares was rep
resented by United. States Steel and
associated industrials, equipments
and motors. United States tSeel's ex
treme advance of 1 3-8 points was
yargely cancelled at the end, but
elsewhere gross gains of two to four
points were generally retained.
Motor shares were the chief feat
tures of the last hour, Studebaker,
Chandler and General Motor comin?
forward when more representative
stocks were yielding to selling pres
The one important railway returns
that of Atchison for December, was
in line with recent exhibits, showing
a net Increase of almost $800,000.
Bonds were firm with an unusual
demand for United Kingdom 5's.
Liberty bonds were variable but
mainly higher. Total sales, par val
ue, aggregated $4,265,000.
Old United States coupon 4's gain
ed half per cent on call.
Ten-Hour Law Upheld by
Witness in Stock Yards
CHICAGO. Feb. 19j Nelson Mor
ris, the 26-year-old chairman of th
board of directors of Morris and com
pany, who was the principal wltncs
before the stock yards arbitration
proceedings today, dented the charge
of organized labor that packing hous
employes are not paid o, fair living
wage, lie said the packers paid as
high wag.s as men of .the same class
received in other Industries and that
living condition in the district ad
jacent to tke stock yard. are not
nearly as bad cs pictured by witness
es called by repi esenatlvei of the em
ployes.' He said he favored equal pay for
men and women performing tlie
sama amount of work.
The ten-hour day, he said, was lot.
ter suited to the needs of meat pack
Ing industry than the eight-hottr
standard and he thought it would
be a mistake to change the system
at present, while the country la at
war. He said, however, he was will
Jng for the arbitrator to decide the
elght-hdnr question after he had list
ened to the testimony and arguments
of both sides.
Mr. Morris declared that the prof
its or nis company bad been reduced
50 per cent since the plant was op
erated under government control last
Attorney James G. Condon, for tho
packers, made the statement that the
government survey of the cost of
keeping a family of five and ued
by the employes' sile at the hearing;,
which amounts to $1282 a year, wc
based on the price of rent, food and
clothing In Washington, V. C, In an
Inquiry to fix clerks' . salaries ana
could not properly be considered in
Connection with the cost of living of
slock yard laborers in Chicago.
I Advertised Letters I
ADVERTISED FEBRUARY 10, 1018
Ashford. Miss Fatra -. -
Drown, Mrs. Rilla
Dalrymple, A. If. .
Davis, Mrs. Mat '
Hayes, Mr. Itay
Heine, Henry .
Hickman, F. A. '
Kimsey, Miss Pearl.
1 Lewis, .Mrs. Fannys -
Linley. Nur. Co. ' v
McCanlel. Mr. Harry1
Millett, II. C.
Milligan, Miss Beulah
Mlnty, Mrs. J. H.
" Moore, II. J. '
Osborne, Mrs. Edward
Pratt. Miss Anna
Summer; Mr. nvillls
Stout. Miss Maj rale "v
Thacker, Miss Hettie
VoHet. Henry - '
Williams, Mrs. O. F. . i
Tund, Miss-Esth" I
SOUTH RUN PACIFIC CO.
18 Oregon Express ..... 8:05a.m.
84 Oregonlan 8:18a.m.
28 Willamette Limited.. 8:29a.m.
18 Portland Passenger.. 1:15 p.m.
14 Coos Bay 8:48p.m.
12 Shasta Limited ..... 7:00 p.m.
14 Portland Express ... 8:10p.m.
228 Local Way Freight.. 8:00a.m.
122 Portland Faet Freight 11:18 pro.
CI Oregonlan .......... 8:20a.m.
21 Coos Bay '. ,. 10:81a.m.
15 California Express ..10:58a.m.
17 Roseburg passenger. 4:20p.m.
11 Shasta Limited ...... 8:4 2p.m.
17 Willamette Limited.. 8:10p.m.
IS San Pranclseo Paaa.. .10.17 p.m.
221 San Fran. Fast Frl-. .12:01 ai.
217 Local WayoFralght.. 13:01 a.m.
71 Arrive at Salem..... f:18
74 Leave Salem......... 8:05
SALEM. PAM.S CITY 4 WESTP.nN
181 leaves. Salem, motor .... 7:0 4a.m.
ICS Lcivss Salem, motor. ... :a.m.
185 Lea v a Salem, motor.... 1:40p.m.
Throuih car to Monmoum end Ante
187 Leave Salem, motor .... 8:4 p.m.
19 leaves Salem, motor..... 6:57 p.m.
229 Way Freight leaves Salem 8:00 a.m.
1C2 Arrivea at Salem i:30a.m.
IC4 Arrives at Salem ........11:00a.m.
If Arrives at Salem 8:00 p.m.
If. 8 Arrives at Salem ........ 8:35p.m.
170 Arrives at Salem' 7:20p.m.
240 Way Freight Ar. Salem.. 1:10p.m.
OREGON FtECTIUC .
No. . 'Portland
1 ..... 8:30 am
8 Ltd. ..8:30 am
7 .....10:45 am
9 ... ...2:05 pm
13 Ltd. ..4:40 pm
17 .,..,.1:0$ pm
18 ......8:20 pm
North Bank Station (leave Jeffer
sen 8treet 11 and 20 minute later.)
' North too ad
Train' Leave Arrive - Arrive
N. - Eugene Salem Portland
7:15 am 8:25 sm
8:45 am 11:35 am
11:20 am 1:35 pm
1:50 pm 4:09 pm
4:00 pm 8:45 pm
8:80 pm - 7:40 pm
7:85 pm 10:09 pm
Ltd.. .7:45 am
. .. ..11:18 am
Ltd. .. 1:65 pm
x North nank Ststlon (Arrive Jeffer
son Street 15 minute earlier). Leave
NeHhbeaas ' m
Leave Corvallla Arrive Salem
8:35 sm :45 am
12:12 pm ! 1:50 am
2:41 pm 1 J:Jf P"
4:10 pm f:20pm
8:18 pm 7:85 pm
Seethteeaad . .
Leave Salem Arrive Corvallla
S:X6 am - t.JJ
10:15 am 1'
1V66 pm l:?2 SHI
4:16 pm S i2m
8:40 pm f;00pm