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THE OREGON STATESMAN: WEDXESDAV, MARCH 27. 191S
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The Wants and Needs of the Capital City Are Noted
Under Proper Headings So You Can Readily Find Them
p'nV' Sell and Exchange all Kinds
SECOND HAND GOODS
.,rys ctonnxG. shoes, bicy-
CXESr TOOLS, ETC.
i kobwich rxiox
FIRE INSURANCE SOCIETY
. w. H- Burghardt, Jr.,
EesldeBt Agent 8M State St.
Money to Loan
a IHFRO VKD FARM AND CITY
rBOFERTV AT I.O EST RATES
THOSX FORD 5S5rtK "-J
nET TO LOAN I HAVE MADE
.rrangemenU tor loaning eastern
money' will make very low rate or
interest on highly Improved farm
Homer H. Smith. Boom 6. McCormack.
f 5 Stsaiem. Or. Phone 96.
Rat Per War
first Insertion lc
Subsequent inaertlona . .' c
One weak (six insertion) ... 3c
On month 9
Six month contract per ma. 8a
II mantha" contract, per mo... 7c
Ko account opened for leaa than 26c
X neat card given free with an
aovertisement to the extent of 60c
announcing "For SaJe," "For
Beat," "Rooms' or "Board."
, HEW TOD AT
Each new classified advertise
hent will be run under "New
Today (or firat Insertion, unless
otherwise ordered, by the adver
Subsequent Insertion of the ad
will appear under its proper class
No " advertlsment will be run
ander "New Today for more than
ae Issue nader any circumstances
X S4 BANE WAGON IN GOOD CON-
dstion. Inquire at Cherry City
OL'R FOUNDRY IS RUNNING. YOUR
work: solicited- Anderson Furnace
WANT TO TRADE GOOD TIMBER
easy to market, for "house and lot,
or small acreage. Box 833. Salem.
WANTED LADY WHO UNDE R
tands pressing. City Cleaning
Works, 1261 State street.
JdOLlXE TRACTOR; GOOU AS NEW
will sell cheap. S. Moe, route 4,
FOR SALE LESS THAN COST. ONE
of the pest homes In Salem strictly
modern, well arranged If you want a
bargain. Phone 57F14.
i 1 1
.t;,eo,ew the oregon fire ue-
lief Association of McMinnville now
has over $42,000,000 insurance -in
force in Oregon, all on specially in
spected and selected -risks. Over $14,
.I)O0 written , last year. Over 55.
0 policy holders In the state.
There Is a reason for this wonder
ful success. -: It -will pay you to In
vestigate, for we can save you money
and at the same time give you the
very' best fire insurance protection
olHsinable. H. A. Johnson & Co.,
Agent,' Bush Bank Bids, Salem,
. p&cne 347, -- - - . . - ' -
U'ftTTE LEGHORN EGGS FOR HAT
f t, 75c for 15. $4, 100. F. E.
Howe, route 9. Salem, Oregon.
OCR 105 ACRE FARM ON GARDEN
Road for sale. Geo. Swegle.
"WASTED DAIRYMAN, MUST BE
rood milker and understand work.
Top wages'. Phone 127 or 1166. R.
WAXTED LADY TO DO GENERAL
housework. Phone 1227.
GIRL. FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK.
: Small family, good home for right
. Party. 555 South Liberty, telephone
WOMAN WANTED FULL TIME. SAL
ery $24. selling guaranteed hosiery to
vearer 60c an hour spare time. Big
Eeater business. Experience unnec-
- essary. Guaranteed Mills. Norris-
. town. Pa. .
"SalKIAND FEMAE HELP WANTED
have an opening in your town
or a newspaper aalesman. You
could make a good salary with dur
W.pesition. Address Statesman,
?,''n- H. J.
- MALE l ' -
government work, good pay
d working conditions. Apply
on or by letter. Astoria Ma-
- - . .aw:
U for govern
mmA J .
y a perimri or by letter. Astoria .
rins Iron Works. Astorla.Oregon.
''A'fTED BRIGHT TOUNO MAN
frera 17 to jj years old to learn
eriBtinr trmAm 1 . b Innlf
tatesmaa JAk Tin( nititllri.
wanted a party to take
i ecre fruit on garden truck.
ivn i.f cTt ti a v"nrtt itvin
i '". wmmI. milk and -RKS
iiT" in addition to good salary.
' "' write Luther J.
ATED AT ONCE MEN BETWEFN
feLt yr .f arre to qMalify for
?Hn c.nductors and inolornicn.
i 51 31 V-r hour, first year;
"'scond y-r, and 45 cents
V.7tlflr- Klght- hour day, time and
1J !l'T mU worl ""fr eht houis
thlrtr minutes In any 24-hour
Com; Ar,P'y Itoorn 310 Electtif
loins' 1 1 . . .1 , 1 . 1 -
- L'g''t A. fower rompanv
tVu KW EM ' 'Ax1irS!7AM! FOR
"r further information call
K?rf.fhKI1 POLAND CH INA BOA it.
mintw V?-" ""' mile Nortn
"MICEt.I,A N Kilt'S
mAiiiLli)NK 6 HORSE POWER
1 nnie S5. u . 1 , r ,, " .
E5ttrJJ-2'CUBANK POTATOES 60
'1 warehouse, suitable fr
, f Mt-e "" choice pride
W"u omuU "d Pttos for sale.
fijUBro. Phone 717.
I S CELL A !fKOr
i WHETon heavy. & hnrin TK-
HF21. , "
B vhP STRAW FOR SALE. O. L
Martin. Macleay. Oregon, phone 2GFI.
F,R. SAL A WAGON AND GOOD
i xSl Braon.'aw,.a4neM- J A' wanaon.
FHo OF. BALED STRAW
phone S1F22 evbninc- -
q r O "VinVH auu
PLUM FARMER BLACKCAPS FOR
sale. $i -per hundred. 8.T5 per
38F11 ' Rout! 3' box 187- Fhone
rOR SALE SECOXD HAND STONE
corn mill and email rock crusher.
l.oth eqiupped for power. See J.
Laumgartner. Salem Hardware Co.
ir iuu AST TO GET THE BES
rarm paper. send 10c to the Pacific
Homestead. Salem. Oregon, for a trial
subscription. Mention thia ad.
FOR SALE SECOND HAND COUNT
; er scales. Platform scales. Hand
trucks. 5-in. and 6-ln belting can
vas, rubber and leather. Salem Hard
r?- SALE PEDIGREED BOSTON
Terrier male pup 34 months old. also
2 l'ar old female, high grade
stock. perfect markings, address
Trowbridge, 428 Washington street.
CAPTIVITY OF THE OATMAN GIRLS
Thin true story of western Immi
gration has been carefully revisea,
makiner a handsome little hook. It
tells in graphic terms of the mas
sacre, of the Oatman family, of the
escape of Lorenzo, and the captivitv
of Mary and Olive. Mary died of
starvation and Olive was purchased
from the Indiana five years later.
The price is 20 cents, postpaid. Ad
dress Oregon Teachers Monthly. Sa
BLACK MINORCA ECUS FIFTEEN
for $1.25. $6.50 per hundred. H. C.
Porter, Aumsville. Oregon.
IF YOU WANT TO GET THE BES't
poultry paper published, send 10
cents to the Northwest Poultry
Journal. Salem. Oregon, for a trial
suhaoriptlon. Mention th!s
FOR RENT A MODERN SIX ROOM
furnished bungalow. Inquire J6
FOR RENT FIVE ROOM HOUSE. IN
good; condition. One block from
post office. Inquire at Gardner &
Keene's or at 268 North Cottage.
FOR RENT $15. NINE ROOM HOUSE
at i I50 Broadway. Good repair
throughout, electric lights and bath.
Enquire 898 Broadway or 112 North
Commercial, phone 975.
FOR RENT 1418 COURT STREET.
Modern nine roomed house. In per
fect order, large garden. Four blocks
from State House.
FOR RENT 112.50 SIX ROOM MOI
ern house on paved street at 1920
South High street. G. A. flhoten,
1141-J. tny time week days.
FOR RENT THE-FOLLOWING:
$6 partly modern five-room cot
tage 1052 Saginaw. In good order.
Foremerly rented for $10 a month.
Call at 1042 Saginaw or Statesman
business office. Phone -2$.
$13 Neat modern bungalow 5
rooms at 960 North 20th t Call at
Statesman business office or pnone
$20 Modern 10 room house on
Cottage street, close in. Call at
Statesman business office, or phone
FOR RENT COM FORT AfeLE ROOM
with use of bath, in modern home.
Address A. B. care Statesman.
GOOD OUTSIDE ROOM HOT WATER
heat, modern conveniences, alo .In
side rooms. Close to State House.
1030 Chemeket. Phone 1J80.
SHIPBUILDING COMPANY NOW OR
ganizing. Wants few more parties
with money. Abundant lumber avail
able not in conflict with presert
source oft supply to yards, hence pref
erence In securing contracts. Partic
ulars. 702 Spaulding Bldg., Portland.
"MONET TO LOAM.
MONEY TO LOAN ON GOOD SECUR
Ity. i G. E. Unruh. phone 815.
$4,000 PRIVATE MONEY TO LOAN
on well improved farm land at 6
per cent. Security must be gilt
edged. A. C. Rohrnstedt, 401 Mason
ic Temple, Salem. Oreg'on.
54 PER CENT 64 PER CENT
If you are a farmer you can borrow
Federal Farm Loan funds for your
needs on Farm security at 54 per
cent Interest for 31 years. Call
Saturday. March 30. and make ar
rangements for your summer and
fall nepiin. A; - C. Bohrnntedt. 401
Masrnic Temple, phone 577.
WANTED STRICTLY FRESH EGGS,
best cash price at Cherry City Bak
WANTED TO RENT. BETWEEN NOW
and May 1st, a seven or eight rortm
mndrrn house and garage, on pave
WANTED BY MAN AND WIFE
with 2 -children a furnished farm
to rent on shares. Address "II 4G"
cam Statesman office.
WANTED TO RENT FROM 50 TO 100
ncrt of pasture land for cattle
WANTED TO TRADE $1.0 FOR Iftfi
pounds of cast Iron. Phone 06
Western Junk Co.
wTNTrlri-Tor.AND CHINA T'ifiS
welrht about 60 lbs. each. Phone
WANTKD FIVK OR SIX nmH WK
nlhl house. Young couple. Addrci-s
"L 21. care Statesman.
HIGHEST CASH PRICE PAID FOP.
good clean rags. Pressroom Stalc-
mun - ' -
.4H!PPS"liUTO6ERVICE :iTY AND
country trips. Phone Day. 9i.
nlvtst 8X - -"
GATES" HALF-SOLE TIRE SERVICE
Station 177. South Commercial SL,
phone 42$. v '
H1LEMAN MACHINERY AND TIRE
Co. 1 Silverton Cord and Savage Tires.
Vulcanising and auto supplies. .291
North Commercial. Phone iS7.
TIRES , REPAI REIi YTTLCAXIZIXG
Vulcanising. 219 North Commercial
street. iPhone 6.
BRACKETT & GRAY TUBES VUL
eanixed.25c. Retreading our special
ty. -Free service car. Phone 1400.
279 North Commercial.
WATT SHIPP CO. RETREADS AND
sections tubes 25c up. Service car.
Phone 363. 12 South Commercial
DR. F. L. UTTER. DENTIST. ROOMS
413-414 Ban of Commerce Bldg.
Ml SIC TEACHERS
R HARR. TEACHER
DR. L. G. ALTMAN. HOMEOPATHIC
Physician. Office and residence 2f S
North Liberty. Salem, phone 147.
BROTHERHOOD OF Y OEM AN
MEETStVERY WEDNESDAY EVEN
ing in Maaonic Temple, fifth floor, at
8 o'clock. All visiting member wel
come. Horace S kes. Fcreman. W.
H. Prunk. Correspondent.
MODERN WOODMEN OF AMERICA
Oregon Cedar Camp. No. 6246, meets
every "Thursday evening at 8 o'clock
In Derby building, corner Court and
High streets. It. F. Day, V. C; J. A.
BAGGAGE AND PARCELS DEL1VER
ed any place, city or country. Phone
4 or ZftHl-R. W. W. Fisher.
NO MATTER WHAT STYLE OF A
hair trim you desire, you can be sure
of Just the kind of service that suits
your individual features at lngrey'8
Barber Shop. 311 State street.
CHIROPRACTIC ADJUSTMENTS RE
store normal function. If you want
results consult Dr. May, $05-8-7
Hubbard Bldg. phone 527.
DR. O. U SCOTT. D. C. GRADUATE OF
P. S. C. Chtropr actios fountain bead,
Davenport, Iowa. Chiropractic cor
rects the cause of disease. Office
4 06-7-8, U. S. N. Bank Building.
Phon. 7. Raaldenra S2S-R
DR. L. M. HUM CURES ANY KNOWN
disease. 153 S. Hlrh St. Phone 288.
Tilt AYS AND EXPRESS
CAPITaECITY TRANSFER COMPANY
Phone 933. 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 storing our
specialty. Office 161 South Commer
DRY CLEANING AND PRESSING
JAPANESE PRESSING PARLORS F.
S. Watanabe. Prop., 434 N. Commer
cial St. Ladies' and gentlemen's
suits clesned and pressed. $1.25 and
$1.75. Work called for and delivered
free. Telephone Main 552.
JUNK WANTED-r-WE PAY HIGHEST
price for Jenk cf every kind. Let us
make you a price on your household
goods. The "Square Deal House
Capital Junk Co., 171 Chemeketa
Street, Phone SS8.
FULL VALUE PAID FOR SECOND
band goods. Highest market prices
for junk and hides. The People's
Junk and Secondhand Store, 171 No
Commercial. Phone 784. -
ELECTRIC-HYDROPATHIC I N S T I -tute.
327-29 Pittock block. Portland.
Nurse attendants. Electric cabinet
and mineral baths. Scientific mas
saire. Open 9 to 7. Sunday 10 to 4.
HA IK RRnOTCD
"CLEAN WHITE" HAS PROVEN Suc
cessful. Applied here or sold for
home use. Sanitary Beauty Parlors.
SALEM STEAM LAUNDRx QUICK
delivery and carefu) work. Dry
wash 5c per pound. 188 South Lib
erty St- Phone 25.
HOME WET WASH LAUNDRY REG
ular washing dene at a rate every
body can afford. For only. slty-flve
cents we will collect, wash and de
liver your washing within twenty
four hours. Phen 9471
DR. W. L. MERCER, GRADUATE
American Sohil Osteopathy. Kirks
viie. Mo.; treats acute and chronie
! disease. Office 404-405 U. 8. Na
tional Bank Bldg. Phone fl9. Resi
dence 419 North Summer. Phone 614.
ACUTE ANT) CHRONIC DISEASES.
Graduates American School Osteopa
thy. Klrksv.llc Mo- Sixteen years
experience. Residence office SS4
South Comrnercinl street. Post Grad
iiatw work. ! Anwlti College. Drs.
II I. Bowers A Alice C. Bowers.
DRS. WHITE U WALTON, OSTEO-
pnthic physicans and surgeons,
i Gradual of ti e American Schools of
; Osteopathy, Kirkt-vllle, Mo. Post
graduate and special ied in nervous
: Hiseasc-s at If .Anirelea College.
Trt acute -and chronic diseases.
fri-s r,05 ?-, S. National
: Bank P.llsr. Phone a'jS. Reldencr,
t 120 Court strt-fl. Phone 2215. Dr.
White rcii'l'-nff plliifm 4Q.
Fl:r!TLND 'NURSERY S LEH YARD
at lliuh and F4ty. Call and s-e
nto-k and g-t prices before purchas
ln,r else w he, -. Everbearing straw-h'-'r'
plnnt nod l'gwnhe rrics.
Ci." E. MAST. EXPERT TUNING.
cleaning, repairing and regulating
All work Kuaranteed. "
; ire t or csre of Sherman Clay
-,, f .tirt ret. phone
vvk" ih t" a d skl: second, hand
-.,.,. of 'l klnda. Pipe fittings, har
e ,.' collars, collat pada. tools,
chains Fred Scbindler. 268 Center
vTKnn ec CLOUGIIiT ft. WEBB; A. M.
Dotieh, funeral directora. Latest
nio'l. rn methods known to the pro
ron 47 Court street.
You Should Worry Let the
Classified Ads Work for Yon
AUTO TRUCK SERVICE. ANI KIND
moving Joba done prompt
ly Trv ma nnr Tim mm
475 State St- Phone ML Residence
phone 1122-J. -
WALL. PAPER. AIT
GLA&VN L. AilAMb 'UU HuUSsi L'kAS
coratliig. painting, tinting, paper,
banging, etc Work done by contract
or day;- goed workman. Location
1020 Center fit- Phone BSI-W.
TEN CENTS A DOUBLE ROLL AND
upward for choice Wail Paper at
Buren's Furniture Store, 179 Com
SEE PORTER FOR PAINTS WALL
Paper and Picture Framing. Good
workmen 4RB r-oirt St Fon 416.
SALEM WATER CO. OFFICE. SOI 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
cut olf from premises. Hereafter
water foe irrigation will only be
furnished to regular customers using
water for domestic purposes. Con
tractors for sidewalks, brick work,
or plastering, will pleaae read "for
building purposes" under schedule of
rates. Apply at office for copy.
WOVEJI WIRE FENCING
Depet National Jk Asaerieaa Fenee,
aU aises, 2 la. te M law high.
- Palate, Oils ass Varnish.
Steves He bail t and Repaired
Laherry 4 Hep Haeaa.
Salsa Pne mH Steve Werks,
2SO Ovart St. Pfsaaie 114
R. B. FKMISO.
FOR ZANDESS WOOD SAW. PHONE
For Feeding Hogs
Can be had at the
Call or Telephone 2488
PORTLAND, March 26. Butter:
Prints, extras, 4950c; cubes, ex
tras, 47c; prime firsts, 4Cc; dairy.
Butterfat: Portland delivery
No. 1 sour cream, 51c.
Potatoes: Buying price Locals,
75c; selling price, SQcfp f-1.10
Grain, 30-day optldns: (Rids)
Oats. No. $70; barley, feed, $74;
Eastern oats and corn in bulk:
( Bids) Oats. No. 3 white, $64.50;
3S-pound clipped, white, $65; corn.
No. 3 yellow, $68; corn. No. 3, mix
ed, $67; bats. No. 3, $34.50; oats,
clipped. $65; corn, yellow, $68; corn
Lifts Grain Prices
CHICAGO, M acrh26. Increased
confidence regarding war develop
ments tended today to lift grain
prices. Corn closed steady at the
fame as yesterday's finish to 1-Se
higher, with March $1.27 3-4 and
May $K25 7-8. Oats gained 3-4e
to lc net. Provisions showed an ad
vance cf two cents to 30c.
Activity on the part of exporters
had much to do with the strength
of oats. . ,
Provisions. 'averaged higher with
grain and hogs.
Transactions Reach Record
Breaking Proportions at
NEW YORK, March 26. Deal
ings fn stocks today were completely
exiipsed by the huge transactions In
lfTty bonds, which reached record
The demand concentrated In the
pocond 4' that IsMtue changing hands
In almost countless lots ranging from
spvpral thousand dollars to one
block of $1,700,00 Oat 97.50.
Quotations for the second 4 's were
mainly on an advancing scale from
97.24 to 97. 94, a maximum gain of
M-U0. First 4's sold at 97.20 to
97.70. fln Tfrerno rain of 78-100,
and th 3 1-2' were n"oted at 9J.40
to 9f. a eain of 80-100. Total sal
of lfbrtv lond. par value-, approxi
mated $26,000,000, the nccond 4's
contributing over $23,000,000.
Kxf raordlnary absorption, of liber
ty bond wa naturally abscrlbd to
publication . .f' details outlining the
nxt or thiff" tff".
Slock wer- occar-lonally stlrnnlat
rd by the ftrr-ncth of bonds, but
dealing were light and tentative.
Investment rail?. Industrials and
pome seasoned fc!altk-s were Va
riably lher at time, hnl prices In
general eased afther cloe -on re
ports that the steel schedule of the
war board might provo diappoint
ln. Sales of stocks amounted ' to
The general bond list was firm
on heavy dealings. " Sales, par, value,
aggregated to $1, 200.000. tJnited
States bonds, old Issues, werjj un
rhanred on cal!. j
Gertrude Dale, a Nashville miss
nf.onlv 22 years, has passed the ex
amination for admission to the Ten
nessee state bar.
SALE OR EXCHANGE FIVE ACRE
tract close in for automobile or cat
tle. Phone 84F4.
FULLT MODERN BUNGALOW HOME
cloe in for quick snle $3000 on good
terms. Niemeyer, 54 4 State street.
WANTED SMALL SUBURBAN GRO
cery or other business for cash.
Niemeyer, 544 State street.
STRICTLY MODERN I ROOM BUNG
alow. paved street, east front, owner
leaving, must sell. Call 970.
WANTED TO BUY. FOR CASH. FIVE
room modern bungalow, not - over
il500. Box 215. -.
TO TRADE IN ON FARM. 8 ROOK
house, 2 lota. Will pay difference.
Address "H 43" care Statesman of
fice. WILL TRADE NEW RESIDENCE IN
best district of Seattle for small
- ranch or Salem property. 2557 Lee
STRICTLY MODERN NEW 6 ROOM
bungalow and garage, must be sold,
easy terms, owner leaving. Call
WILL TRADE MY 7 ROOM MODERN
home, full basement, 28x40 feet, two
targe lota on coiner, for farm, will
pay some difference. Owner 795
North 17th street, Salem.
FOR SALE OR TRADE 12 ROOM
house. bath, electrict lights etc
With barn and 4 lots. Write Bessie
M. Nelson, box 107, Monmouth, Ore
gon. 640 ACRES. ALL LEVEL WHEAT
land, near Flatwillow, Mont., to ex
change for valley ranch of equal
vilue. Price $27,-50 per acre. Soc
olofsky. 341 State street.
FOR SALE OR TRADE I HAVE 88
acres 20 under cultivation. 40 acres
saw timber, balance pasture land. 20
miles from Eugene. 3 miles from rail
road station. $4300 cash. What have
you.VJ. A. Rowland, 232 North Front
street, phone 510.
40 ACRES C MILES FROM 8ALEM
on good road. 19 acres in orchard
and loganberries, good house and
barn. Will take city property part
payment. Some cash and easy
terms en balance. E. C . Derrick
Realty Co.. D'Arcy Bldg.. State street.
A GOOD BUY 25x80 FEET ON EAST
side Commercial street, one door
north of State street, Salem, together
with perpetual right of way over the
14x50Vi feet tract -extending from
thts property to State street. Terms
Apply Scott Boiorth. 701-2 Spaulding
Bldg, Portland, Oregon.
FOR SALE AT A BARGAIN. ONE
half acre three and one-half blocks
from State street car line, two and
one-half blocks from Richmond
school. Two houses on place, fruit.
apples, pears, cherries, walnuts and
berries. Terms to suit. Address. John
Rlessbeck. 405 South 23rd street. Sa
FOR SALE A SPLENDID 65 ACRE
farm, equipped for dairying, with
cows and some 'ounir cattle. 4 hors
es, hay, 'grain and all new machin
ery and tools necessary to farm the
land. 30 acres in cultivation. 20
seeded to 'crop, all for $8500. $2000
cash, remainder on long time. John
IT. Scott Hubbard Bldg..
WANTED SMALL ACREAGE TO
value of about $7000 to trade for
cljroice quarter section In southern
Alberta, one mjle from town with 4
elevators. . Has nice four room house,
large barn, granaries, chicken and
hog houses. 100 acres broken, of
which 50 acres of summer fallow are
sown in oats. A smaller place would
be considered if in good shape with
cash difference. Niemeyer, 544 State
80 ACRES IRRIGATED. ALL CULTI
vated, 50 acres alfalfa, joining town.
$200 per acre. 175 acres, all culti
vated, improved. 6 miles to town.
$50 per acre. 12 lots in thriving
town, fl5u0. 5 room house. 4 lots, in
town of 2000. price $3000. this will
soon be business property. No In
cumbrances. will trade one cr a'l
for property east or north of Salem;
Might consider acreage, might as
sume. Socolofsky, 341 State stree.
BARGAINS FINE LARGE HOUSE,
corner lot, paved street, close in
50 acres mostly bottom, running
water, good buildings, stock, im
plements and auto, $4000.
96 acres smooth land six miles out
good buildings, crop in, $9000.
5 room bungalow, two lots for
sale or rent.
New six room house, fireplace and
furnace built in fixtures a snap at
Neat four room plastered house
$650. F. L. Wood, Bayne Bldg.
WE HAVE A NUMBER OF DEST
able Salem residences where the
owners will turn as part pay on a
farm and give some cash- or assume
a reasonable amount. Some of them
have no indebtedness on them and
we will guarantee a fair equitable
deal. Come and see us it will not
obligate you any way. We are also
agents for one of the best old line
Fire Insurance companies in the U. S.
in business since 1811. The Newark
of New Jersey. The Fleming Realty
Co.. ,Wm. Fleming manager, 311
State street. ,
110 ACRES OF LAND 2 MILES FROM
railroad town. 80 acres In cultiva
tion and in crop, new bungalow and
barn, garage and other buildings, all
fenced, watered by creek and well,
on good gravel road. R. F. D. and
telephone, also the following stock
and tools: 1 horse, 4 cows. heifers,
4 yearlings. 1 fine register bull
some chickens and all farm machin
ery. ITIce $11000. Will take house
up to $4000. $2500 or $3000 cash and
plenty of time on balance at 6 per
oent interest. For farther Informa
tion see Perrfne & Msrsters. 402
Hubbar building, phone 907.
BARGAINS IN CITY PROPERTY 5
room house, with bath, toilet and
electric lights. In good condition,
good lot with number of fruit trees,
near car line. Price $1200. worth
Six room house, needing some re-r-airs.
but could not be built now
for leas than $2400. good lot. near
car line. Price $1500.
Six room house, modern, with
garage, on paved street. House cost
1150 to build a few years ego when
labor and material were low, .would
cost $3000 to build now. prl-e $100.
S. H. Snyder, room 3, Bayne' build ing.
EXCHANGES ISO ACRE WHEAT
farm. Franklin county. Wash., for
lo cr- farm, all plow land,
buildings, for city property or acre
age. K2 acre farm, all plow land, for
city property or acreage; 40 acres
alfalfa land, under ditch. Bingham
county. Idaho, for unimproved land.
1 ar-re. 12 acre cleared, good
building, for city property.'
100 acres river bottom . land, for
civ property or acreage.
S20 acres unimproved land In Al
brta. Canada, for city property or
acreage. W. If. Grabcnhorat St Co,
275 Stat street.
Yon Should Worry Let iht
ClassiHed Ads Work for Yoc
THINGS THAT NEVTi! HAPPEN
110 ACRES. 80 CULTIVATED. 30 TIM
ber pasture, 40, acres in crop, good
buildings, on rock road, two miles
. from town, stock and implements,
price $11000, will take $3,000 Salem
residence, some cash and easy terms
100 acres. 90 cultivated. 50 bottom.
S timber, all fenced, good road, new
C room bungalow, barn, close to
20 acres Yamhill county, exchange
for 5 room bungalow In Salem.
Equity in 40 acre Idaho irrigated
farm for ranch near -Salem or Dallas,
not over $3,009 price $6,000.
20 acres close to Salem. cleared,
; good Improvements, rock road, $4,000
68 acres. 45 cultivated. 25 beaver
dam, 12 pasture. 1 orchard, good
barn, fair houae. Joining town, run
ning water, $6,200 easy terms.
Modern 6 room bungalow, furnace,
paved street, $1600.
Modern five room bungalow, furn
ace, fire place, bath. Dutch kitchen,
close in. $2,000.
$8,500 worth of acreage and resi
dence property to exchange for rsnch
any where, Socolofsky, , 341 State
LOOK AT THISA REAL
About 400 acres of choice Polk'coun-
ty land about 110 acres clear; about 50
acres in stump pasture: balance in
choice piling timber and oak grubs.
Timber alone worth $10,000. New four
room house, new dairy barn, providing
for 20 cows. and four horses: new pig
pen and new milk house. Water piped
front fine spring to all buildings. Will
sell the whole at a great bargain.
Very easy terms. 6 per cent Interest.
Address L., owner, rare The Statesman.
J Advertised Letters j
ADVERTISED MAKCI1 26,, 1918
Allen, Miss Hattie
Ahford. Mies Partrla
Bell, W. Esq.
Bergerson. Mr. & Mrs. Arthur
Bergeson, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur
Bradley, Mr. S. W.
Brown. Hiss Margery
Brown, Miss Mary
Burdette, Mrs. Alford
Butler, Miss Delia
Clark, Mr. H. C.
Clark. Mrs. W. B.
Cooper, Mrs. A. J.
Coullard, IIss Gertrud
Crook. Mrs. Mattie P.
Cumings, Mr. W. B".
Donald, Clarence S.
Donohue. Mr. Jack,
Fame, Mrs. Will
Harris, Mrs. Mable
Herehberger. Lee L.
Looue, Mr. H.
McKay, Mrs. G. A.
MInty, Mr. J. IL
Nelson, ,Mr. Albert
Pope, Mrs. Glenn
Peterson. Mr. J. .
Putman. Mr. W. W.
Sims, Miss Ruth
Spears. Mr. Willard
Stephens, John M.
Stetnter, Mrs. Howard
Thompson. F. M.
Vance, Mrs. Phoebe,
': ( Postmaster
IN DRAFT FAILS
Unsuccessful Attempt Made
to Register Youths Be
WASHINGTON. , March 26: An
other unsuccessful effort to pass ths
war department bill extending; the
selective draft art to youths reach
ing 21 years of age since June 5
1917, was made today by the aer
ate. Iiebate on the compulsorv unl
.ersal military, training amendment
of Senator New of Indiana, again
prevented a rote, but leaders still
hoped to dispose of the bill In time
for Its operation in connection with
the next draft.
Senator New accepted an amend
ment offered by Senalor S'erUng of
couth Dakota, providing that voth
between 19 and 21. subject to tb
proposed universal training, woull
be required to spend six months In
camp during the two-year tra'nlng
In supporting the New amend
ment. Senator Hen reason of Nevada,
making his first speech in the sen-
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fHAT' I UEVCR hamc 1
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ate, praised 'western patriotism, cit
ing how his state had exceeded its
military quota by 900 per cent.
Senator Sherman of Illinois, also
speaking for the amendment, criti
cised Secretary Baker's opposition
to the universal training policy and
expressed ' the hope that when th-j
secretary returns from Europe "ha
will hare ceased In his heart to be a
Good Band Is Prospect
lor Dallas This Sammer
DALLAS. Or., March 28. (Spe
cial to The Statesman.) At a meet
ing of a number of local musicians
last night at the commercial club
he proposal of organizing a band
for the purpose of giving concerts
this summer was discussed and the
prospects are that Dallas will have
an organization of that kind In the
near future. Dallas has always been
famous 'I r rood bands and a couple
of years ago had one of the best or
ganizafis of the kind In the Will
amette valley. Bert Downey, the
leader at that time. Is now director
of the band of the 162nd Infantry,
of which Company L of this city Is
a party. A number of the Dallas
boys are also with Downey as mu
sicians. There is. however, a lot of
good material to choose from and It
Is possible thatt T S. Grant, who
conducted the band here several
years ago, can be" Induced to direct
bA bovs)ara!n. ' - ' - '
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