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THE OREGON BTATGSMAlf I WEDXEADAT, APRIL 17, 1011
e Wantg and Needs of the Capital Gity Are Noted
der Proper Headings So You Can Readily Find Them
Bar Sell and Exchange all Kinds
SECOND HAND GOODS
" CLE, TOOLS, ETC
ptose 411 r- Court ft
yonwicn UNioji u
ITJIB IXSUHASCI. 80CTETT
W. II. Hnrghardt, Jr.,
Indent Agent f 885 State Ht.
Money to Loan
a nrPROTKD f ARM A WD CTTT
raornTY at lowest ratks
rune ir cnnnoTfruiiAiiik
nWU vr Hank, galeae. Or.
i iut rr wr
rtrtt Insertion .............. le
Subsequent Insertions ...... j Ua
OuwMk (tx liiirtiOBi) ...j Jo
One month ( to
Six months' contract per mo., So
11 rneaths contract, par mo..., 7c
IO MCOUBt OPQBOd tor less than; tlo
A neat card given fro with aa
advertisement to the extent of iOo
announcing "Fori Bala," "For
Heat." Hoom$" ot "Board."
-"'Each bow classified advertise
ment will ba rua under "New
Today" for first Insertion, unless
etnerwlse ordered by tha advsr
. satsequeat lasertloa of tha ad
will appear uader iu proper eUu
. No edverttsmeat will ba) rua
ader "Maw Today" for mora tbaa
a Issue BBder any circumstances
WANTED YOUNO MAN TO LEARN
printing trade. Apply Statesman
composing room, upstairs. ,
FOH RALK NEW MODE UN HEMI
denca located at 1170 Mtate street.
Attractive terma. f'hone 1S1I-J.
WANTED A MAN TO DUIVE TKAA
Il.tO per day, steady work. Call
WANTED 1000 LOO AN HE Hit Y
, plants. Phone lit. (
FOR RALE MODERN 1 HOOM HCNO
alow at a real sacrifice, Hargaln
worth Investigating. For particulars
l-hone llt.W. , I, , ,, ' '
S'a rKTrfitHTnV r yoiJiTa itM'iJjok-
Ing for fire Insurance that la real
goaalne protection,,' patronise the
firrson Fire fteliaf Association of
MrMlnnvllle the company with an
unsurpassed loos paying record. The
. o. F. It. A, I thorouhly.siablihi
' on a safe' and aourwl basis. H. A.
J'hnson At Co., Agent, Hush ilank
uidg., Haiem, phone 147.
FOH MALE MODERN t ROOM TtVSO
alow and corner lot Ifith and Turner
roed; also st ra building, 1'hone
iirii. . i. ,.
WANTED POHITION AH IIOL'XE
keeper In home of bachelor or wid
ower. Address box 111, Carlton, Ore
gon. . ' - "
Fort SALE RANOE, HEATER, 1x12
jiruaseis rua:, nnrary taoie. in
autre 1809 ChemekeU,
TOt'NO fOUPLB WITH FIVE YEAR
eld child wlsnes room and board with
private family. Phone 1103-W.
WANTED MAN AND FAMILY ON
fsrm, rood house and garden. Ad
drsaa 'It 13" care Statesman.
UP-TO-DATE FL'NITURE FOR HALE
chesp. Call at IS! D streeC Xhone
izv. ' I
NOW IS TUB TIME TO HAVE YOUR
sutoa painted at the Ralem Carriage
raetory, so Norm l-ioerty street,
Phone 7F. W. Fenael, prop, Oeo
van loom.n. painter.
WANTElCWt EN . FOH TKAiNlNQ
hops. Fhona 111.
TOUNO LADY EXI'ERIENCED IN OF
flee work and typewriting" wishes
position. Soma shorthand. Phopa
ill. - .
WANTED TEN1 BRIOIIT, CAPABLE
women to travel, demonstrate ana
soli dealers. Hi to ISO oar weak.
Itallroad fare paid. Weakly advance
for traveling expenses. Addresa at
once Uoodrlch Drug Company, Dept.
MAI. IS t
WANTED iENTOCUT WHlfVriR
cord wood 12.40 per cord. For fur
ther Information write F. M. Suver,
uaiias. Oregon. V
WANTED AT ONCE MEN BETWEEN
i 11 Sad 4 J yeafs of age to qualify for
both conductors and motormen.
Wages; 33 cents per hour, first year;
cents second year, and 41 cents
i thereafter. Eight hour day. time and
half for all work over eight houis
and thirty minutes In any 24-hour
herjod. Apply Room 310 Eleetiic
building, Portland, Oregon. Portland
Hallway. Light eY Power company.
HALTS AND FEMAB HELP WANTED
; Wo have an opening In your town
r a newspaper salesman. You
could make a good salary with our
brepoaltlon. Address "JI 47" States
hun office. .. ! i
wrrr linn miltj opposite ore
fm City, free employment office. No
nperience n-ded. Foolish strike stilt
! not troublesome. Receipt for
i ilroad fare up to $3 cashed after
working one week. Come work as
ured. Hoard and bed IJ.I9 seven
JL GOOI FRESH JERSEY
" Center street. Feed shed.
AL&T POLAND CHINA BOAR.
Jrlsteted. Ruli'soa to mils North
- i Vmr, VtiAit 4F4
"M i cv.t Ci n tut vfC
(i,2.rLANTS foil, BALK.
r,5AV.R'n5RAII,a SEED WHEAT.
7ro McKlnney. Turner, Oregon.
-NCUDATOR FOR 8 ALB IN
a condition, nrlea very reasonable.
Hume 233 W.
lf.T,WANT T. OET.THB BEN.'
Homestead. Falem, Oregon, for a trial
subscription. Mention thla ad.
14 Nurth Hummer street, after
p. j It!. . .
F1VI! 1IUCICKYK INCUBATORS. 600
K slxe for ul, i;Md one season;
will Install Mammoth Incubator and
7mut room." M. A. c. Poultry
f Ranch, m. Benedict, Oregon. .
CAITTIVITV OF THE O ATM AN QIRI
T I' atory of western lmml
grat on li-s ben carefully revise,
making a handsome llttla book. It
telle in graphic terma of the ma
aacra of tha Oatman family, of tna
escape of Lor en to. and tha caotlvltv
of Mary and Olive, Mary died of
starvation and Olive waa purchased
Li01 th Indiana f Iva -ears later.
Tha prica la 20 centa. poatpald. Ad
dress Oregon Tcichtri Monthly u.
iiLACK M1NOHCA EOG9 FIFTEEN
for $1.25. ft.SO per hundred. H. C
Porter. Aums villa. Oregon.
IF TOU WANT TO OET TUB BEST
poultry paper published, aend 10
centa to tha Northwest Poultry
Journal, Ralem, Oregon, for a trial
subscription. Mention thla ad.
FOR KENT- HEATED, NICELY FURN-
isnea z ana s room housekeeping
apartment. - Hlceplng room. t4S Ferry.
SPLENDIDLY LOCATED FULLY
molern house for rent. Garden and
fruit, garage. $20. Nlemeyer, 644
FOR RENT A FIVE ROOM MODERN
house, close In. Phone 1020-J.
FOR RENT A SIX ROOM .MODERN
house, furnace, aleeplng porch, etc.
FOR RENT HOOM MODERN HOUHE
8 per month. 434 Houth lth. In
quire at 434 South 17th.
FOR RENT 1 12. tO SIX ROOM Mod
ern house oa paved street at 119
South High street. E. A. Uhoten,
1141-J, any time wsk days.
FOR RENT TUB FOLLOWINO:
partly modern five-room cot
taga 10&2 Saginaw. In good order.
Foremerly rented for 110 a rovnth.
Call at 1043 Saginaw or Statesmao
business office. Phone 33.
f 13 Neat modern bungalow I
rooms at Me North 20th at Call at
Statasmaa business of flea or psoas
120 Modern 10 .room house on
Collate atreeL cloae I n. Call at
Statesman business office, or phone
HOUSEKEEPING AND SINOLE
rooms nicely furnished at (23 Vtty
street, coma ana sea mem.
FOR RENT COMFORTABLE ROOM
with use of bath. In modern noma.
Address A. u. cars statesman.
GOOD OUTSIDE ROOM HOT WATER
heat, modern conrenlencea, also ln
side rooma. Close to State House.
loan Chemeket Phone 1210.
LOST and FOUND
LOHT CAMEO LAVLLIER
phone Ifll-R. Reward.
FOR RENT THE STOREROOM AT
141 North Commercial street, now oe
cupled by Compton'e lie, and 21c
.store, will be for rent May 1st next
For particulars Inquire at room 22
MONEY TO "LOAN,
7oooto lo'an, on GOOD I VI proved
rarm, at a per rent interest, sv. u,
liohrnstedt, 401 Masonic rempie.
MONET TO LOAN ON GOOD SECUR-
tty, O. K. tTwruh. pwone xib.
Uliili EStAliIPR ICB" PAlDFbT.
good clean rags, jressroom states
Phono Day, 1(3
rATV. MArjP.IIOLB Trnw BERVICl
Station 171. South Commercial IU
phono (is. -
QUACK ENBUSII AUTO SUPPLY AND
VUlcaniaina. nvrm wwmh v.v.
treat. Phono ((.
BRACK ETT eV GRAY TUBES VUL-
eanlsed. 2(0. RetresdlBg our spociai
tr. Freo service car. . Phono 1400.
370 North Commercial.
WATT 8IIIPP CO RETREADS AND
actions tuDOS lao up. vervico ear
Phone III. Ill South Commsrcia
DR. F. U UTTER, DENTIST, ROOM
411414 nana or tvmntrn dwi
fhne (0(. "
R IIARR. TEACHER OF CIAWO
Phone I HI. -
iCtfriTi f.Tif a m."i i 6m E'd path i
Physician, Office and realdence. 2r(
North Llherty, Salm. prion 17.
ir.Tt.rdr.V iTiT-ur fen v lijiffl EVEN
flat aWaM m StJl - V AM m e ar ev ivhs' r . -
Ing In Masonic Temple, fifth floor, at
o'clock. All visiting member wel
come. Horace Sykea, Foreman, W.
H. Prunk. Correaponaent
rmnuitfWnomiKN OF AMERICA
, Oregon Cedar Camp, No. (34(,. maets
every Thursday eveolng at I o'clock
In Derby bulling, corner Court and
High atreets. It. F. Day, V. Cj J. A.
Wrlrht. clreK. '
Yoa Should Worry-Ut the
Oasslfied Ads Work for Yoa
A l TO fllCLirUltf
(vJAoTrTTR bpAiicWf.a deliver"
y blare, clty.r country. Phone
W. W. Fisher.
I'KKrVf AUK IS WON TMfKTliKI4viTll
increased business by those who per
latently kep their head and fare
In Kood fashion. Try our service.
Inareva Hurler Whop. 211 Htat street.
Dii. 6. l, fkxnrVDrc, okaduatb of
P. 8. C. Cblropractlca fountala bea4,
Davenport, Iowa. Chlropr actio cor
rects tha cause of disease. Office
40-7-t, TJ. H. N. Uank Building.
Phone 17. Realdenee l.t-R.
DRAYS AND EXPRESS
CAPITAITCITY TKAN8KKR COMPANY
Phone 23. Salem'a largeat and beat
equipped transfer company. (Jet our
reduced freight rates oa aastara
shipments. -Also for storage aa wa
have three warehouses la connection
with business. Furniture moving,
packing, shipping and storing our
I specialty. Office 1(1 South Commtr-
, rial street.
DR. L. M. HUM CURES ANT KNOWN
disease. 161 S. High St. Phono !.
JAPANESE PRESSIN6" PARLOITf.
S. Wataaabe, Prop, 424 N. Commer
cial St. Ladles' and gentlemen's
suits cleaned and pressed, 11.21 and
11.76. Work called for and delivered
VVNK. WANTED WlBPATTilbUEST
prlco for junk of ovary klad. Lot us I
maaa you a price oa your noueeboidl
goods. The "Sauara Deal" House
Capital Junk, Co, 371 .CbemekaUl
treat, mono .
FULL. VALUE PAID FOR SSCOND
haad goods. Highest market prloeo
for Junk and hides. Tha People's
Junk and Secondhand Store, 171 No.
"ommerciai. fnnne 7I.
coaafuL Applied hare or aold for
noma usa sanitary Beauty Parlors, I
in minnro nina.
SALEM STEAM LAUNDRY QUICK I
delivery and careful work. Dry
wash so per pound. Ill South Lib
erty street, l'hone 26.
HOME WET WASH LAUNDRY REO-
ular washlnr dona at a rata every
body ran afford. For only 10- cents
wa will collect, wash and deliver
your washing within twenty-four
nmiri. 'none Xf7l.
W; L. MERCEiC GRADUATE
American School Osteopathy, Kirks
vine, mo, s treats acute ana enronis
aisesse. oirice 404-tos u, I, ni
tlonal Bank Bldr. l'hone tit. Ileal
dence 410 North Summer. Phone (14.1
DRS. WHITE WALTON, OSTEO-I
oathle Dhyalcana and auraeona.
(traduatea of the American Schools of
Osteopathy. Kirksvllla. Mo. Post
graduate and specialised In nervous I
diseases at lo Angelas college.
Treat acute and chronic dlseeees.J
Offices (0(1-7-1. V. (L National!
Bank Bldg. Phons ISO. Itesldenee,
1(20 Court street Phone 2311. Dr. I
White, residence rhone 4f. .
FRUITLAND NURSERY SALES YARD
at High ana Ferry, can and see stock
and get prices befora purchasing
0 K MASTT " EXPERT
Cleaning, repairing ana regulatin
All work guaranteed. l4l H
street or care of Sherman Clay
-o,. l onri ,irn, pnone sus-j.
aess. eollara. eollai oada. taola.
aess, eouara. collet pads, tools,
cnaiBS. rrea chiodier. i( Ceater
.iougn, mnerai airectors. Latest
modern methods known to the pro
imn. t.ourt atree.
AToTiitJCk SKRVfesrNtnciNDjfornia's, 10c.
oi DiuiiDi, iioaseoeia
mo via a loha dona sransl.
lr. Try me oace. Tlmma.1
471 Bute St Phone Oil. Residence I
nhnne 11I1.J. - I
' i l ush eliian fori
paper hanging, painting and tinting. I
inoice wan paper ana cut-out Dora I
OLENN L. ADAMS FOR HOUSB DEC-1
corating, painting, tinting, paper
saaging, sto. wors aone By contract
or day; good workman. Location
1010 Caster St Phone lll-W.
TEN CENTS A DOUBLE ROLL AND
upward for choice wail paper at I
Huren's Furniture Store, 170 Com
SETS PORTER FOR PAINTS WALL
Paper and Picture Framing. oooo
workmen ftft rvMtrt Kt Vhmt 41
saTIe mwat EitTdo f i:icErTToT.
Commercial street. For water aervlcel
apply at office. Make all complaints
at tne omce. no oeouctions in puis
will be allowed for absence or for
any csuses whatever unless water Is
cut off from premises. Hereafter
water fo Irrigation will only be
furnished to regular customers using
water for domestic purposes. Con
tractors for sidewalks, brick work,
or plastering, will please read "for
building purposos" under schedule of
eafee appiv ar orrice roe copy.
Depot Ja4leaa4TA America a Fene,
an sisea. a ssw se aa la. nigaw
Palate, Olle and Varalah.
fovea Iteeallt and Hepalred
Laganherry a ad HOp I leaks.
Salaa Keae A B leva Work.
150 Caart St. Phase ltd
IL R. TKHlXa,
FATHER'' MI.VB OX BUSIXKSH.
The father In this moral little tale
Is a local manufacturer. Thing-
bad n't been going well at the works.
and he mine home Ured the other
evenlncf Hut father Is never too
tired to help Willie with his arith
metic. So when Willie looked up
from his books and asked
"Father, how many cents make a I
"Ten." replied father.
"And tow many mills make a
cent?" oursued Willie. !
"Not a darn one of m, till this
coal situation loosens no." answered
father, emphatically; Cleveland
Plain Dealer. ;
For Feeding Hogs
Can be had at the
Call or Telephone) 24 It
Kara and Poultry.
Old roosters. 13 to 14 e.
Stags, 16 to lie.
Pork, Mutton and Beef.
Pork on foot, IS to 16c.
Ewes, S to 9 c.
Veal, dressed. 16 to 19c.
Spring lamb, 19c.
Iieef steers, 7 to 9c; cows, 4 to 8c.
Dulls, 4 to 6c.
Cb,eat, per ton. $24.
Clover, per ton, $22.
Vetch, per ton, $24.
Wheat. $1.85 to $1.37.
Hill Feeds. Retail.
Bran, per ton, $36.
Shorts, per ton, $2$.
WIIOLEHALR TO DEALER.
Country butter, 4 Sc.
Creamery butter, 46c.
Butterfat, f. o. b. Salem, 43c.
Smelt, Be per pound. ,
Salmon, Chinook. SOe.
Lettuce, crate, $3.
Nebraska rice corn, 12c.
Tomatoes, California, $2.75.
Cabbage. 3 He
String garlic, 3c.
Walsats, No. 1, 24c.
Peanuts, raw, 17c.
Cocoanuts, doxen, $1.C0.
Honey, Idaho, $6.
Oranges, $6 to $$
Apples, 11.25 to 12.25.
Lemons, $6.60 to $7.36,
Dromedary date, $1.
J U tall Price.
Creamery butter, 66c
Flour, bard wheat, $2.80 to $2.
Flour, talley, $3.60 to $2.60,
Sugar, cane and beet. 11 lb. $1.
Totatoes, sack lots, $1.28.
PORTLAND MARKETS j
PORTLAND. April 1$. Thlrty-
day grain options: Bids Oats, No.
vnf.'!z o; oats ana corn in buik,
H eastern, oats, No. 3, white. $61.60;
9 I a - . . . a ,
eo-puuoa cuppea, wane, mn; corn,
I No. 3, yellow, $B6f. worn. No.
mUe1 $64. i
Dairy Prod arts.
Butter: Prints, extras, 42 to 43c:
cubes, extras, 37 He; prime firsts.
Z7c; dairy. 28c.
Butterfat: Portland delivery No
1 sour cream. 41c.
Buying price, locals, 65 to 75c;
selling price, 75c to $1; new Call
Wife i returned from overnlfht
(.., . Tll4 wntt mm vnnrulf a euil
" - , . (..-
uionrr laat CTcuina, ueari
Yes, there was a bit of
steak In the Ice-box and I cooked It
with a few onions I found In the
v 11 e vnions 1 jaca, you ve eaten
my bulbs! Boston Transcript.
. ALLOW t-W X
I HU3BAHD TO
1 tn I 00 all Tne.
A hi I aecAvst -thms
171 ill MAM AS A RULC THE
III U V CAH ejCONOMlZft J KIKO
1 SO MUCH OCTTCa , of A
l-J THAN THE 'AVtRACfy I MAr4 I
X WOMAM OM J ADMIPJL
jTNUf f V '
Few Points Added to Mon
day's Gain$ Advantage
NEW YORK. April 16. On a fur
ther Increase of oreratlons, con-
fined, however, to the recognized
leaders, today's stock market added
one to two points to yesterday's
gains. This advantage was only
temporary, however, pflees re
temporary, prices reacting after
short covering had ran Its course.
War news was mixed when not
obscure, but the net result seemed
to favor the lone; account, chiefly be
cause of the market's technical po
sition. Another slump In the cotton I,
market was not without Us senti
United States Steel contributed 25
per cent to. the day's total, closing at
a slight net gain after baring yield
ed a point. - Pools were a little more
venturesome, especially in minor
Cblno was the only metal issne to
manifest more than slight strength
and motors, oils and shippings re
acted one to three points. General
Motors, however, making up the
greater part of Its two and one-lialf
The movement In rails was un
usually circumscribed, Reading and
Canadian Pacific featuring the In
vestment group at net recessions of
3-4 and 1 14 points respectively.
Sales amounted to 360.000 shares
Span lb exchange, at a premium
of almost 60 per cent, waa the only
feature of the market for foreign
Bonds were barely steady, liberty
Issues tending higher, with moderate I
reactlops la the International divi
sion. Sales, par value, aggregated
United States bonds, old Issues.
were unchanged on call.
OF IXTCREHT TO WOMF.X.
The British war department rc-l
ognixes toe services oi women to to
extent' of giving them the rank of
non-commsioned . officers In the
Elsie Durkln of New York city, an
architect and engineer of great abll
Ity. has built numerous churches.
theaters, railroad bridges, tunnels
Mrs. II. 1L Honors, Jr.. of Chicago
Is president of an oil company which
la sa d to be the largest corporation
In the world organized and con
trolled exclusively by women.
Elsie DeWolf. who abandoned a
successful stae career to engage In
business as an Interior decorator. Is
said to enpoy an annual Income that
now runs well Into five, figures. .
The Mount Holyoke college girls
are eating war break six days out
of the seven, and have voted to nse
no butter, the savins thus effected
to go forne benefit of the Rod
The Medical Women's National as
,. 0, . -I . .
eociauon ot tue v uiicvt nwifi
to establish in France nospuais ana
clinics in Which surgeons, dentlOtS,
bacteriologists, nurses and aids
... . '
i " "
Dr. Kate B. Karoels. a Johns HOP-1
kins university graduate, now serv
ing with the emergency dispensary
of the armv medical department, is
the first woman to receive the
tlve rank Of first llOUtenat in the
LIVELY TO 8KVF.RE.
Fortune helps the bold. Virgil.
"Who Is really boss In your
home?" Inquired the abrupt person.
"Well," replied Meekton, "of course.
Henrietta assumes command or tne
pug dog and the canary. But I can
say prAty much what I like to the
s-nldflah." Wash Inert on Rtar.
"The village wiseacres used to say I
that Glubdub had rooms for rent
In his upper story." "Did he fool
'em?" "Looks like It. He's rented
REAL ESTATEIGRAIN MARKETS
WANTED TO BUY 7 OR I ROOM
modern home In Salem, phone 070.
CANADA SPECIAL EXCURSION
farty or land aeehers will leave Ma
em for Calgary. Albrta on Satur
day Aprl KOth. Full particulars
from C. W. Nlemeyer. (44 State.
FOR SALE II ACRES OF LAND,
quarter mile from Ciextar; 1I( an
acre.- will aeii hair, if Oeairea. John
Wesley, Salem, route I. J'bone 07F4.
wanted for cash, small tract
of about one acre with modern house
and conveniences. Writ all partie
ulara In first letter to O. L. States
man office. .
A FINE I ROOM MODERN HOUSE
lately built with two large lots, and
garage for trade. What have you
In i clear property of any kind for
equity in this. A good trade can be
had on this. Sea Wm. Fleming, 141
HAVE improved and UN
Improved country property and aome
residences in rtaiem to exchange In
Krt payment for 100 to (00 acres of
ttora land with some Improvements
and aome atump land that can be
eaally cleared. Joha H. Scott. 404
A GOOD BUY 3SxS0 FEET ON EAST
sioe commercial street, one door
north of State alraat, Salem, together
with perpetual right of way over the
14x(0Vt feet tract extending from
thla property to State street. Terms
Apply Scott Bosorth. 7013 Soauldlna
340 ACRES. 300 CULTIVATED. BEST
or waido Hiua soil. I miles or Prat
(0 acres, II cultivated. 10 prunes,
food Improvements, team of maree,
Jersey cows, 100 chickens. 1 mile
from Aumsvllle. 111(0, terms.
10 acres, modern house close to
Salem, take I room modern house as
part payment. 14100.
Acreage near Salem, city property
exchange for ranch, not over (I&00,
Mocolofsky, 341 State street.
FOR SALE REASON ABE MODERN
five-room bungalow, gas and wood
range Included, built In buffet, fire
plsce, large bathroom, living room,
bed rooma, etc.. extra large porch,
yard. Easy Walking- Distance.
Terms. Phone 1171 or III.
,U1M e"if w nnv a ima.
lutely It Is a shame to have to of
far as nice a house for the price, and
say 1 am aelllnar It. Tha most com-
flete, finest finished and complete
hlng In tha way of a I room bung
alow 1 (Co and terma at that. What
are you doing with your talents, hid
Ing them In a naakla or an old
stocking or other safe Place IdleT
Go to and see William Fleming If
you ever want a fine home foe next
to stealing It under protection. Call
at sti auate street, room 7.
roIt sale no acres near town
mostly timber soma onen land on
main road $11.10 per acre, take house
part pay. Good large houae cloae la
paved street 11000. take half Salem
or Portland lots. For sale, new 7
room modern houae close in 22(0.
Five room strictly modern, new
bungalow 117(0 . Choice ten acre
tract on main road, good buildings
.(i0. Five room cottsga paved
street two lots for rent. Stock ranch
140 acrea for rent. F. L, Wood,
in OK AT THIS A PFAf
i waa waaawsia a
A(MU. .Aa r .h.iM tv
Ity land about HO acrea clears about 10
I rholw. piling timber and oak grubs.
i -rimoer aiona worm iia.oos. New roue.
room house, new dairy barn, nrovldina
t Lf0" "j .b,,C,i,;w4,l5
I sell the whole at a great barratn.
Ttlm-ltjVrmM. fy ,'
Address U. owner, care The Statasmaa.
nv nwHCtu-iu irnra rtvi t ivn
St miles north Monmouth. Level
land and In fine cultivation. iTac
tlcally all In fall grain, some pasture,
balance In aprlng grain, large new
barn, fine outbuildings, good (-room
house, on Pacific Highway. One of
the finest farnia la Polk county. This
farm Is all ready for a good farmer
to make so mo money. Will aell at a
snap price. Write Cnarlea O'Brien,
route I, Independence, Oregon, bat
ter still, call at farm.
sutherlin vallet .Irrigated
farms for sa'e. On account of the
receivership of the J. F. Lose com
5 any, following tha death of the late
. F. Lust, friends In the east have
placed lnmy hands for Immediate
sale over 400 acres of choice Mutherlin
Valley Irrigated farm landa which
they have Just acquired thru mort
gaga foreclosure. There are farms
for the II acre farmer aa well aa
tha 100 acre farmer, at pricea 10 per
cent below value on easy terma of
payment. If yon know a bargain la
fsrm landa when you see one, come In
If you mean business. Do your bit
by helping Uncle Sam's food problem.
A. C. BohrnstedU 401 Masonic Temple.
(II ACRE FARM 10 MILES FROM
uorvaiiia, 120 acres now In crop, bal
ance timber and pasture all fenced.
3 acta buildings, family orchard. It.
F. D., telephone, close to ertiool.
Place la well watered, this Is an ex
ceptional buy for 0 per acre.
A fine 1 room absolutely modern
bungalow In first class conrfittan
price (1(00. 11000 cash and will take
In good auto on the purchase price
and liberal terma on balance. U
Perrlne A Marslers, 403 Hubbsrd
muf, pnona 107.
700 ACRE STOCK RANCH, 200 ACRES
In cultivation, well watered. I o.lles
to town and railroad, price 311,2(0;
no trade. 2(3 acre stock ranch, 1(0
acres cleared, well watered, rock
road, bulldinga. 1 mile to town, price
ss.svv. si acrea, an in wheat, cloae
In. good road, price t.4(0. 70 acre
farm, all la crop, modern house.
earn, stoca ana farming implements,
price 111.100. will take Portland or
saiem residence property up (1000
as part payment. 10 acres, good
bulldinga. rock road, price (2(00. (
room modern- house, 100e. terms. W.
II. Orabenborat m Co.. 273 State St.
'em to a corporation for $10,000 a
year. That Is to say. they've hired
him for their law departmenL"
Omaha News. c
Of all fellcltes. the most charm
ing is that of a firm and gentle
friendship. It sweetens all our
cares, dispels our sorrows and coun
sels us In all extremities. Seneca.
"Many of our glrla marry well,"
Excellent Crop Conditions Are
Cause Weather and War
News Hare Effect
CHICAGO, April 16. Pronounced
weakness developed In the grain
markets today chiefly owing 'to ex
cellent crop rondltons. Corn closed
heavy, 1-8 to 2 5-Sc net lower, with
May $1.27 and July $1.47 1-8 to
$1.47 1-4. Oats lost 1 to 1 1-le to
1 l4c and provisions 4 to 12 to 15e.
General recommendations which
will give newly planted com a good
start and will put the soil through
the : main portion of the belt Into
fine shape for seeding gave the bears
In corn a decided advantage from
the outset. Some authorities ascribe,
part or the weakness to unfavorable
war newa but this view met with
vigorous distent. 9
Weather and crop news aad most
to do with the downward course of
oats. Announcement was not made $
until after trading hours that No.
s white oats had been made deliver
able at 1 l2c under standard and
tnat dealings In new style contracts
for June and July would begin to
morrow. Increased warehouse stocks pulled
SCHWAB TO HEAD
y SHIP BUILDING
Steel Magnate Becomes Director-General
WASHINGTON, April 16 Tbd
building of the great merchant ma
rlne which will transport America's
men and resources to the battle front
waa entrusted today -by the shipping
board to Charles M. Schwab, steal
maker and shipbuilder, who becomes
director-goners! of the emersency .'
fleet corporation with unlimited pow ' ,
era to -put through tbe vast buUdlna '
program already under way. "v
"Mr. Schwab will have complete
supervision and direction of the t
rrk of shipbuilding." said an of ft
clal announcement from the white
Control of policies, which include
decisions as to the number, site and
character of ships to be built with
the millions appropriated by congress
till will rest with the iblppla,,,
board. Mr. Pies, at his own sugges '.
tlon, relinquished the position of ;
general manager of the fleet corpor
ation, which Is abolished .to give Mr.
Bchwab a free hand. Mr. Hurler ,
remains chairman of the board and
president of the fleet corporation, tn
charge of policies.
said ..the head of the store to the
new saleslady. "A millionaire Just
married a girl In our fur department.
Settle $60,000 on her; too." "Dear
me -and here I am at the bargain
counter." The Louisville Courier-
War leads to peace. Cicero.
sotmisM pacific co
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