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Tim ORECOX STATEHMAlf t TITrRSIiAT, APIUL IS, 1018
S la & I f i d Wit ee t t y , S
e Wanto and Needa of the Capital City Are Noted
der Proper Headings So You Can Readily Find Them
Bar. Sell and Exchange all Kinds
SECUNU HAT.LJ uUUUd
HEra cLonnxa, shoes, iiicy
CLES, TOOLS, ETC.
rssns 41 'T Court PC
, miE INSURANCE SOCIETT
W. II. Burgtaardt, Jr.,
jlesMent Agent 8S3 tate St.
Money to Loan
o tNTRoncD f Ann ajcd cttt
pftOPBHtTT AT LOWEST HATES
THOS. K. FORD ;v.v:tt,tr.vj
Rate r Weed I
First iBSertlon .............. Is
Subsequent Insertions ....... U
One wik (sis Insertions) lo
One month ..........k....... So
01 s months' contract per mo. to
It months' contract per mo.. . ?e
No account. openedf or less than lie
A nset card given fro with as
advertisement to the osteal of 10
announcing "For Sale," "For
Kent" "Rooms" or "Boar 4." f
Eseb new clssslfled advertise
meat will bo rua under New
Today for first Insertion, unless
etharwlse ordered by the edvsr-
gutsequeat lasertlon of tbo ad
will appear under Its proper class
ification. . !
No sdvsrtlsrasnt will pa tun
seder "New Today" for nor than
ss Issue under any olreumstanoes
1-1 I 1 HJ I Hi
WANTED HOL'HKCLKANINU W'OHK
, sy hour, ito Ferry.
Fort SALE A ROLL TOI DESK.
rnone Hi or can 2.0 court street.
"END THIS HOYS IN EARLY TODAY
, and they will set the best hair trim
they ever had. Inyrey's liarber
sncp, sti piete street.
VOW 1 TUB TIMB TO HAVK YOUlt
utos painted at the Halem Carriage
rectory, 101 Nortlt Liberty street,
phone 7r. w. Kennel, prop. Ueo,
, Vsa Lasnsn, painter.
m or 47FI.
CHICKS. " PHONE
fOlt i RENT-- BTRICTLY MODERN
houie .with gars, garden and fruit,
t blocks to Cspltol, 120. Nlemyer,
l44 Mtste. phone 1000.
U101ILY IMPROVED QUARTER SEC
tlon of land Jn Sunny Alberta for
exchange for email acreage. Nle
meyer, "The Canada Man," 644 Slate
LOMT, STRAYED OR STOLEN ONE
Muiey Hnlsteln heifer, color black
and white striped, slit In left ear.
taken from Draanr's pasture near
Feeble Minded Ins't. Reward for
finding same or for arrest and con
viction of party or parties taking
same. O. McElroy, route 4, boa 111,
pnone 7sr, aiem, uregon.
GOOD QUALITY HIGH CLASS IN
surance at a low coat, le the policy
of the Oregon Fire Relief Association
ef McMlnnvllIe. It has paid out about
22.000.000 for losses during the past
24 yesrs, without one single caae of
misatwn. Thus the loss paying rec
ore of this well-known and firmly
established company stands 100 per
; rent, so ir you nave a policy in tne
O. F, R. A. and suffer loss you have
V something you cen depend upon,
I "Gilt Eda-e" protection means some
thing, if. a. jonnson c co., xsusn
Ii4nk BIdgv Salem, phone 147.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE
County Court of the State of Oregon
lor the County or Marion.
In the Matter of the Estate of Ab
bis R. Von Kschen. deceased.
Notice is hereby given that the un
4ersgned, F. Von Eschen, has been
sppotnted sdmlniatrator of the eatate
of Abble IC Von Eschen, deceased,
br the County Court of the State of
Orefon, for Marlon County, and has
qualified as such.
All persons having claims against
aid estate are hereby notified to
present the same, duly acknowledge
as by law required to the undersign
ed at the residence of the undersign
ed 1771 Court street. Salem. Oregon.
within six months from the date
, Dated and first published this llth
say oi April, lis. f
F. Von Eschen.
! .NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE DIS
' trlct Court of the United States For
ths District of Oregon.
1 la the Matter of L. D. Kinney,
No. ifll In rtankruntcv.
. Notice Is hereby given that on the
H day of April. A. D. U D.
Kinney of Salem Oregon, the bank
tupt above named, was duly adJudl
bankrupt end that the first
n oting of his creditors will be held
i m office, Ith Floor, Title Trust
l Jilding, Portland, Oregon, on the S
. r ol May, 11, at 20 a. m at
,whirh time said creditors may attend,
D"" their claims, appoint a trust
sisralne the bankrupt, and Iran
rt such other business as may
froperly come before said meeting.
Claims must be presented In form
r-quired by the Bankruptcy Act, and
The schedule filed discloses assets.
A. M. Csnnon,
Referee in Bankruptcy.
. Affil 14. Hl. ..
. -- FF.HALK
vr i.i-WOM fcNibllT'ltAlNlNG
Jpa I'hone 141.
AMTED 1-OhlTION AN HOUSE
"sr In home of bachelor or wld
. Address boa 131, Carlton, Ore
t i I .
. Nf LADY EXPERIENCED IN OF
i.iWorkJ"'!i typewriting wishes
"Itloa, Some shorthand. Phone
' AM tANU FA M I LyON
r.' f,Tl.!hw n1 rden. Ad
fcH 42" . care Statesman.
mTKDA HAN TO DRIVE TEAM
Hij.jp,p jteady work. Call
iumOVJi' MAV TO LEARN
,. .nIlnf rade. I Apply statesman
'"posing room, un.ulra . I
ifxr rt tees aifiiKPM B
'r(l WfttxA a ia a e ...
g " e was ST AWt svea v we
fiT ONCE MEN BETWEEN
J, I" 4 ;' of see to qualify for
conductors and motor men.
1 i inwii i .-i.ir.ita
Ws: si cents per hour, first year;
-fnA" c.?nd and 4 5 cents
or.al1 work er tht houis
and thirty mlnutee la any 24-hour
Ef.nJ?-- A.1. Jl"om l Kloctnc
DU I la I nr. Von mnA itrtamm, i. .
Hallway. Light 4fc Power company.
MAItE A.ND FEMAK HELP. WANTED
--We have an opening In your town
fort a newspaper salesman. You
could make a good salary with our
proposition,. Address "11 47 States
man office. ;
5 Pulp Makers $3.64 for 8 hrt.
WEST LtNM f lllja nrmnotft) snt
gon City, free employment office. No
iinm-f neeoeu. r ooiisn strike still
on. not troublesome. Receipt for
railroad fare up to 12 cashed after
working one week. Come work as
sured. Hoard and bed $6. 6ft seven
CLOVER HAY FORSaLeT
roil BALK OR A BRED WHEAT.
vmjro sicivinney, Turner, Oregon.
jrtJif hAIkE 'ItANOE, HEATER, fxll
iruBnim rutr, ititrary table. In
quire 1600 Chnneket.
UP-TO-DATE FUNITURB FOR HALE
rnr; O street. I'hone
IF YOU WANT TO GET TUB BES;'
farm paper, send lOe to the Paclfie
Homestead. Salem, Oregon, for a trial
subscription. Mention this ad.
FIVE BUCKEYE INCUPATORH. COO
egg slse for sale. Used one season;
cost new $74.60; wilt sell for 1 60.
Will Install Mammoth Incubator and
must mske room.. M. A. C. Poultry
Ranch, Ht. Benedict, Oregon.
CAPTIV1TY UF THE OATMAN OlRlJt
This true story of western Immi
gration has ben carefully revises,
making e handsome little book. It
telle In graphic terms of the ms
sacra of the Oatmsn family, of the
escape of Lorenso, and the captivity
of Mary and Olive. Mary died of
starvation and Olive was purchss!
from the Indians five years Utr.
The price Is 20 cents, postpaid. Ad
dress Oregon Teachers Monthly, Ha.
Is LACK MINORCA Euos fi FTEEN
for 11.21, $4.(0 per hundred. H. C
Porter, Aumsvllle, Oregon.
IF YOU WANT TO OET THE BEST
poultry paper published, send 10
cents to the Northwest Poultry
Journal, Salem. Oregon, for a trial
subscription. Mention this ad.
FOR RENT HEATED. NICELY FURN-
Ished I and S room housekeeping
epartment. Sleeping room. 44t Ferry.
FOR RENT I ROOM MODERN HOUSE
14 per month, 4 Jl Houth 14th. in
quire at 424 South I7thv f
FOR RENT tl 1.80 SIX ROOM MOP
ern nouse on pavea street at li0
South High street. E. A. Rhotsn,
114 w, any time week days.
FOR RENT THE FOLLOWING:
14 partly modern five-room cot
tage 1062 Saginaw. In good order.
Foremerly rented for 111 a muath.
Call at 1042 Saginaw or Statesman
business office. Phone 2.
M 2 Nest modern bungalow I
.-orrts at 140 North 20th sk Call at
ta teaman business oirice or pnone
zo moo ern 10 room house on
Cottage street, close I n. . Call at
Statesman business office, or phone
' IS. '
UOUSEKEEPINO AND SINGLE
rooms nicely furnished at 632 Ferry
street, coma ana see mem.
FOR RENT COMFORTABLE ROOM
. with uee of bath. In modern home.
Address A. it. care statesman.
GOOD OUTSIDE ROOM HOT WATER
heat, modern conveniences. aio in
side rooms. Close to State House.
10SO Chemeketa. Phone 120
LOST aid FOUND
LOST CAMEO LAVLLIBR PIN.
Phone 15-R. Reward.
FOR RENT THE STOREROOM AT
141 North-Commercial street, now oc
cupled by Compton's 15c, and 25c
. store, will be for rent May let next
For nartlculars Inquire at room 22
MONEY TO LOAN.
Ity fl. K. ITnrwh, phone til.
Wanted sb'oot o o a nITk it iW
plants. Phono 762.
YOUNO fOUILB WITH FIVE JAR
Old cnllo wisnee room enu i'"r ..
private famwy. I'none .iv-r. ,
HIGHEST CASH I'RICB PAID. FOR
nnd eiean raas. niMrmnn
man. ' -
country inpe. bv.
. ta i Af.w.ant.ia tirib BERVH
Station 171. South Commercial fU
' phone 41. " - -' -- ,
QUACKENBU8II AUTO BTJPPLT AND
vuicanisinar. r . v. w. --- r
strset. phona . " "
CRACK ETT it GRAY TUBES VUL
C cd. S4. RetresdlBs; ur
i. - area ptcfic, wn mw
271 North Commercial. ,-
WATT SHIPP CO. nKTRKADS AND
sections tubes 26a up. Servlea ey.
Phona 111. M SouU Commercial
DR. p. U UTTER. DENTIST. ItlWMSbeen gaylng I WSSimpljr UXJ
It HARIt. TEACHER
V ItTTTO. ALtif AN,"1 f(JM 'ICO PATH 1 o
Physician. Offlee and reeldence tVI
North l,lhrtr. Belwm. Thone 147.
Inr In Masonic Temple, fifth floor, at
o'clock. All visltinc member. wel
come. Horace Sykes, Foreman W.
H. Prunk. CorrespondenC
EoT)KR:TWOODMEN OF AMERICA
Orecon Cedsr Camp, No. t24, meeU
every Thursdsy evening at I o'clock
In Derby bulldlnr, corner Court and
Hlh sueeta ic F. Day, V. Cj J. A.
liAOOAUE AND PARC ELS1 ELI VE Il
ea any piece, city or country. Phone
MtirMtl.H, W. W. Flshr.
P. 8. C Chlropractlcs fountala bead.
Davenport. Iowa. Cblropraetlo eor
rects the cause of disease. Office
404-7-1. U. B. N. Dank Building.
Phone 17. Retdn StU-R.
DftAYB AND EXPRESS
Phone 822. Salem's largest and best
equipped transfer company. Oet our
reduced freight rates oa aastera
shipments. Also for storaga as we
nave three warehouses la connection
witn business. Furniture roovlna.
packlag, shipping and storing our
lice 111 South Commer-
DR. U XL HUM CURES ANY KNOWN
dlssse. Itl B. High St. I'hone ll
u. watanabe. Prop., 414 N. Commer.
clal tit. Ladles' and gentlemen's
suits clesned and pressed, 11.21 and
f 1.7ft. Work called for and delivered
rreo. Teiepnone Main HI.
prica ror junk or every kiad. Let us
make you a price oa your household
goooa .ne. BKiuare ueai" nous
tapitai jubk Co,
tweet. Phono III.
VALUE PAID rOR IBCOND
ad aooda. lllahaat market ariose
for lunk and hides. The Peoaie'a
juna aaa veconaBaaa stprtv 172; lis
Commercial. I'hone 724.'
TT&1 HHfi M dTC b
cessfuL Applied here or sold for
homo use. Sanitary
SIS Huhhard Rlda.
saLkm HTEAMTAUNDRY QUICK
delivery and careful work. Dry
wash to per pound. 111 South Lib
erty street. Phone 29.
HOME WET WASH LAUNDRY REG
ulsr washing done at a rate every
body can afford. For only 10 cents
we will collect, wssh and deliver
your washing within twenty-four
nottrs. Knone Z47i.
DR. W. L. MERCER. GRADUATE
American School Osteopathy, Kirks
vllle. Mo.; treats acute and chronic
disease. Office 404-401 U. 8. Ma
tlonal Bank Blda. Phone ft. Resi
dence 412 North Summer. Phona 414.
DRS. WHITE 4k WALTON, OSTEO
pernio onraicans ana .surgeons.
Graduates of the American Schools of
Osteopathy. Klrksville. Mo. Post
graduate and specialised In nervous
dlseasee at Los Angelee College.
Treat acute and chronlo dlseasee.
Offices 606-4-7-1. U. 8. Nstlonal
Bsnk Bldg. Phona 289. Residence.
iszo court street, pnone ills, ut
WnlTe. resiflence pnone .
FRUITLAND NURSERY SALES YARD
at High and r erry, call and see stock
and get prices before purchasing
elsewhere. Grafted walnuta closing
out at reaucea price, also logan-
WE BUY AND SELL SECOND HAND
goods of all kinds, pipe fittings, har
ness. oollars. Vollai pada, tools,
chains. Fred Schiadlar. 214 Center
WEBB CLOUGH C a WEBB. A. U.
Clough. funeral directora.. Latest
modern methods known to the pro
iM.inn. mm i i miri eireex.
AUTO TRUCK SERVICE. ANY KIND
of hauling. Household
moving lobe dona prompt
ly. Try roe once. Tlmme.
471 State St Phona ML Residence
C ALlT" U i'ttti7" H IfKSELM AN FOR
paper hanging, painting and tinting,
Choice wall paper and cut-out bord
er a. Phone IMiWi.
QLENN I ADAMS FOR HOUSE) DEC
banging, ate. Work dona by eoatraat
or dan good workman. Location
t020 Center St Phona 644-W.
t'EN CENTS A DOUBLE) ROLL AND
uoward for choice Wall Paper, at
Ruren's Furniture tore, 179 Com
4KB PORTER FOR
Pane and Picture
enrlrmM 4 rt)ft at
Coreroerclsl street. For water service
apply at -rrice. msks an eompiamts
at the office. No deductions In bills
wHl be allowed for abeenca or for
any ceuses whatever unless water I
ut aft from nremtsee. Hereafter
weter foe irrigation wilt only be
furnished to regular customers using
water for aomestio purpose, won.
tractors for sldewalke. hrlch work.
ni.ii.rlnt. will Bleaaa read "for
building purposes" undsr sehedula of
Deeef Netleael Aaserteaa Fenee,
all lists, SO law S la. Ufa,
relet", Olle and Varalea.
fleee lie halt 4 and 2tealre4
laaaaerry and Hop Hooka.
emiea. Vmmmm A Bteve Works.
ssa Oart St Phoaa 1S4
It D. FEMINO,
Doctor Your daughter, madam
is suffering from co&stltoltonal la
The Girl There, ma! Ana you'ts
For Feeding Hogs
Can be had at the
Call or Telepnona 24 It
Eggs and Poultry.
Eggs. SOc. 1
Old roosters, IS to lie.
Stags, 16 to lSe.
Pork, Mutton and Ilcef.
Pork on foot. IS to 16c.
Ewes, ft to 9c.
Veal, dressed. 16 to 19c. .
8prtng lamb, I9e.
Ueef steers, 7 to 9c; cows, 4 to 8c.
Bulls, 4 to ec.
Cheat, per ton, 124.
Clover, per ton, $21.
Vetch, per ton, $24.
Wheat. S1.8S to 11.17.
Mill Feeds. Retail.
Ursa, per ton, $36.
8borts, per ton, $28.
WIIOLEHA US TO DEALKRH.
Country batter, 46c.
Cresmery butter, 46c.
liutterfatj f. o. b. Salem, 43c
Smelt. 6c per round.
Salmon, Chinook. SOc.
Lettuce, crate, $3.
rice corn, 12e.
Onions, f 1.76.
Cabbage, $Vic. 1
String garlic, Se.
Nnta. v ,
Walnuts, No. 1, He.
Peanuts, raw, 17c.
Cocoanuts, doten. $1.60.
Honey, Idaho, $8.
Oranges, 16 to $8.
Apples, $1,25 to $8.26.
Lemons. 1160 to $7.26.
Dromedary date, $.
Creamery butter, 66c
Flour, hard wheat, $2.80 to $3.
Flour, valley, $2.60 to $2.60.
Sugar, cane and beet. 11 lb. $1.
Potatoes, sack lots, $1.28.
PORTLAND MARKETS j
TJinfT ivm .n mm n . -. .
Prints, extras.! 4 2 to 43c: cubes, ex
tras, 87 He; prime firsts, 37c; dairy.
Butterfat: Portland delivery No.
sour cream, 41 cents. j
Buying price, locals. 66. to 76c;
selling price, 76c to $1; new Call
fornia's, B to 10c. .
Thirty-day options: Bids Oats,
No. 2, $66.60. Eastern oats and
corn In bulk: Bids Oats. No. .
bite. $61.60; 38 pdund clipped.
$62; corn. No. 3. ykellow. $66; No
3, mixed, $64; oats. No. 3. $61.60;
clipped. $62; corn, yellow, $65;
Tm. i iney nave iusi acqutrea tnru mon
m n s w r I ae foreclosure, There are farms
Deal in Real Estate I hi " .irri1 "
W. J. Patterson to T. A. Roberts,
lot 3, block 9, Falrmount Park Ad-1
Hugh Range to J. F. Conrad, Lot
9, Block 3, Oelsers Addition.
Gottfried Fandrlch estate to Edna
Fandrlch, 7 acres la John Martin
claim, T. 7 t W.
W. J. Patterson to T. A. Roberts,
11.90 acres In Lon's Hill Fruit
tracts. Also 6.10 acres adjoining
J. C. Perry to A. M. and J. R.
Pollock, part of lots 6 and 7. block
.Ssrab B. Mason to J. A. McClaln,
lot 36, Ewsld Fruit farm.
O. L. Mayes to J. W. Llmbaugh,
25 acres adjoining John Taylor's
claim, T. 8, It. 1 W.
Charles H. Carter to Alice R.
Page, sh. cer., all of block 2, Brook
Queen Marie of Rumania . Is the
first woman accepted for member
ship In the French Acsdemy of Fine
Miss Ulla O'llara Is a member of
the engineer corps of one of the
Israe Pennsylvsnla coal mining com
Lady Bathurt. who Is proprietress
of the London Morning Post, Is an
advocate of correcrlptlon being ap
plied tot women for war service.
hst the number of women workers
In that state baa Increased bv nearly
in 000 alnre the herlnnlna of the
Lady Msckworth. who wss re -
cently apoplnted chief controller of
women's recruiting, is the most not
able buslneas woman In Great Brit
tain, and director of no fewer than
twenty-seven large business corpora
v a ' -Tey-
. THE DAY nrXJAVlItLY.
A Vermont hnsbandman hired as
a helper a youth living on the ad
Joining place. The hand was told to
report for duty on the following day.
WANTED TO HUY 7 OR ROOM
modern home In Halem, phone tie.
FOR HALE MODERN S ROOM HUNG.
alow at a real sacrifice. IUreln
worth lnvetlstlns;. For particulars
phone llt-W. , ,, , '
i FOR SALE IS ACRES OF LAND.
quarter mile from Claxtar; 1121 an
acre. Will sell half. If deeired. John
Weslsy, Helena, route I. I'hone IIF4.
FOR HALE MODERN t ROOM BUNQ-
aiow and corner lot 2th and Turner
roed; also sure buildlna. Phone
A FINE S ROOM MODERN HOUSE
lately built with two large lota, and
garage for trade. What have you
in clear property of any kind for
equity In this. A good trade can be
had on thla. See Win. Fleming, 111
HAVE SOME IMPROVED AND UN
Improved country property and some
reeldencee in Salem to exchange In
part payment for 100 to SOS acres of
bottom land with soma Improvements
and some stump Isnd thst cen be
easily cleared. John 1L Scott 404
Hubbard Bldg.' N
A GOOD BUY 21x10 FEET ON EAST
side - commercial street one door
north of State street Salem, together
with perpetual rlehl of war over the
14xi0tt feet tract extending from
this property to State etreet Terms
Apply Scott Bosorth. 701-2 Spauldlng
Bldg., Portland. Oregon.
240 ACRES. 200 CULTIVATED. BEST
or waido tuns soil. I milee of Prat
eO acres, II cultivated. 10 prunes,
Jood improvements, team of maree,
Jersey cows. 100 rhlckene. 1 mile
from Aumsvllle, fl&OO, terms.
10 acres, modern house close to
Salem, take I room modern house as
part payment, 14100.
Acreage near Salem, city properly
exchange for ranch, not over f S00.
Socolofaky, 111 state street
FOR SALE REASONABE MODERN
five-room bungalow, gas and wood
range Included, built in buffet, fire
piece, large bathroom, living, room,
bed rooms, etc., extra large porch.
yard. Easy Walking Distance
Terms. Phona 1271 or 121.
SNAPS. SNAPS. SCHNAPPY AMO
lutelr It Is a shame to have to of
fer as nice a house for the price, and
say 1 am selling It The most com
plete, finest finished and complete
thing In the way of a I room buna
alow 21660 and terme at that What
are you doing with your talents, hid
Ing thsm In a naakln or an old
stocking or other eafe Place IdleT
Go to and see Wllltsm Fleming If
you ever want a fine home for next
to eteallng It undsr protection. Call
at sii mate street room 7.
FOR SALE 120 ACRES'NEAR TOWN
mostly timber eome open land on
mala road 112.10 per acre, take bouse
part pay. Good large house close in
paved strset 12000, take half Salem
or Portland lota. For sale, new 7
room modern house close In 22I0.
Five room strictly modern, new
bungalow 11720. Choice ten acre
tract on main road, good buildings
12600. Five room cottage paved
atreet two lots for rsnt Stock ranch
IIS acres for rent F. I Wood.
LOOK AT THIS A REAL
About 400 acres of choice Polk coun
ty land about 110 acrea clear; about 40
acree is stump pasture: balance in
cholto Dlltna- timber end oak aruba.
Timber alone worth 110,000. New four
room houae, new dairy barn, providing
ror ze cowe ana tour aorees; new pig
pen and new milk houae. Water piped
on fine spring to an buildings, will
ll the whole at a great bargain.
Very easy terms. I ner cent Interest.
Address I, owner, care The Statesman.
SUTHERLIN VALLEY IRRIGATED
jar ma for sate. On aecount of the
receivership of the J. F. Luse com
pany, following the death of the late
J. F. Lose, friends in the eaat have
placed la my haada for Immediate
ssie over te acrea or cnoice Hutnerim
Valley Irrigated term landa which
waw V V w. W .Ml IM.I , m IkC. wmr
cent below value on easy terme of
payment, it you anow a bargain in
farm landa when you eee one. come In
If you mean bualneaa. Do yeur bit
by helping Uncle Sam's food problem.
A. C. liohrnstedt 401 Mssonlo Temple,
12 S ACRE FARM 10 MILES FROM
Corvallla, 120 acrss now In crop, bal
ance timber snd paature all fenced,
I sets buildings, family orchard, R.
F. D., telephone, cloae to school.
Piece Is well watered, thla Is an sx
ceptlonsl buy for MO per acre.
A fine 7 room absolutely modern
bungalow In first clsss condition,
price 12400. f 1000 cash and will take
In good auto on the purchaae price
and liberal terms. on helanre. Me
Perrlne A Mareters, 402 Hubbard
iiidg., pnone 107.
700 ACRE STOCK RANCH. 200 ACRES
In cultivation, well watered, 2 miles
.to town and railroad, price 111.200:
no trade, 211 acre stock rsncb, 100
acree cleared, well wetered, rock
mad, buildings, l mile to town, price
1,600. 14 acrea, all In wheat, cloee
in, good road, price l,460. 70 acre
farm, all In crop, modern house,
barn, stock and fermlnar imnlementa.
price 111,400, will take Portland or
aaiem residence property ud 64004
as part payment. 10 acrea. rood
buildings, rock road, price 12100. I
room modern house, floeo, terms. W,
II. Grabenhorst Co., 276 State St
' At his customary Tlslng hour of 4
a. m. the employer got up, dressed,
lit a lantern and went forth to start
the chores. He fed the stock, milked
three cows, split some wood and,
slngle-hsnded. ministered to the
rnicgens, meantime ruiea wun won
luti, wua u tuiurv iu uiBguai. at lit
l unaccountaoie taroiness or ais em;
At 10 minutes after S o'clocr,
when the first pink streaks of dswn
were reddening the esstern sky. th
new hand came round the corner of
t,be btrn. .
The farmer dropped the fork he
was wielding and stared long and
hard at the tardy one.
"Wall." he aaked In tones of hesvy
sarcasm, "wbsr hsve you been the
hull forenoon?" Atlanta Constitution.
Sold-out Condition Proved
, British Politics and Liberty
Loan Adverse Factors
NEW' YORK, April 17. In the
face of further early disheartening
news today's stock market yielded
comparatively little' ground, agala
proving Us sold-out condition. A
few leaders fell bark one to to
points but this wss partly neutralised
by gains or one to three and a half
points among thejnsctlve specialties
The war bulletins were of course
the most direct msrktt Influence but
the British political situation and a
slackening In the liberty loan drive
were among the other adverse
Tie very lutf earnings reported
by the International Paper company
made that stock the favorite vehicle
of bullish speculation at an estreme
sdvsnre of five and a quarter points.
' United State Steel made an es
treme decline ! of bne and throe-
eights at the outset, recorded full
recovery at the Intermediate period
snd closed unchsnged at 91 2-1.
Reading also rallied with other In
vestment shares, a moderste upwsrd
movement accompsnylng the active
flnsl dealings. Sales amounted to
Lower quotations for short-time
funds and a resctlon In Spsnlsh ex
changes were the only features of
the domestlo and foreign money
Bonds were heavy, liberty issues
yielding slightly with Industrials
and foreign wsr flotations. Total
ssles, psr vslue. aggregated $2,721,-
000. United States bonds, old Is
sues, were unsltered on call.
LIBERTY LOAN LAGS
.TOWARD DRIVE'S END
(Continued from page 1)
raised. The report shows a gam for
the dsy of $21,774,400.
A subserltplon of $8,000,000 by
the Bell Telephone system, distribut
ed through various districts, was fhe
largest reported unofficially here
MONTANA HAH IlKCOIlD.
HELENA. Mont.. April 17. Rais
ing, over $9,000,000 In three days
baa been the record of Montana la
the third liberty loan campaign. At
p. m. today a telegram was sent
from stste headquarters here to dis
trict headquarters at Minneapolis an
nouncing that every county In the
state except nine hss oversubscribed
their allotment. Telegrsphlc re
ports from forty-one counties up to
10 o'clock mis evening brought the
state's grsnd totsl lb $9,617,200.
WAHHIN'GTOX HTILL GO I NO.
SPOKANE. Wain.. April 17.
Esstern Washington hss subscribed
for spproximately half Its quota cf
18.000.000 worth of third liberty
loan bonds. It was announced tonight
by Oeorge Hardgrove, district chair
man. Spokane hss $2,000,000 of Iti
quota of $5,500,000 yet to raise, he
BRITISH ARE AGAIN
(Continued from' Page 1)
eport strenuous fighting before tbu
Russian defenders of the city weru
driven' ouL 1 .
Baron 8epher. Burlan voa RaJe
has succeeded Count Csernlu as for
eign minister of Austro-Hungary.
coming bail to the office le relin
quished DexemUr 23. 191 C.
The Macedonian front haa again
become ser ve. Greek and Brltlsn
troops have advanced an,! driven
the Teutonl ? allies from seven towns
aldng the Mruma river, on the east- S
ern end of the line French foce
slso have !,cen act.ve ti thla theater
of the war.
FALL OPPOSES 7
(Continued from page 1)
flclent. I am not going to vote to
clothe them with any further power.
I will vote to clothe the president
with sbsolutely autocratic powers.
The president stsnds responsible to
tne people for the conduct of the
wsr. He shsll not hide behind the
skirts or Hoover or Garfield or Will
lam B. Wilson, secretary of Isbor, or
Baker. The president Is the secre
tary of wsr. the secretary of stste.
and the secretary of the navy."
senator Nelson or Minnesota, ask
ed If the plan to give the labor de.
partment a "roving commission" to
construct bouses wherever It desired.
Senator Bwanson said It was pro
posedtq provide bousing only at cer
tain points where It was needed;
Corvallis Mm A nice to
' Enlist in Third Company
Three men arrived In Salem from
Corvallis yestcrdsy to enlist In th
Salem company, stste mllitsiy police.
known as the Third company. Two
of the men have been employed at
Corvallis and the other has been In
business for himself.
Enlistments for the compsny mar
come to a close Saturday night of
this week, and if other local men
want to get In they will have to make
baate. Captain Hull was In Eugeni
yesterdsy where he hss several pros
pects, and today will be In Albany on
the same, mission.
Twelve members or he company
already are In Portland for guanl
duty and the remaining members will
I probably go Friday or Saturday,
Corn Market Average Much
Lower July Forced Down ;
Rally Shown in Trading
' CHICAGO. April 17. Idesl crop
conditions msde the corn market to
day, average much lower. Pries:
closed unsettled at the same as yes
terday's finish to 1 14c down, with'
May $1.27 snd July $1.46 to
01.48 1-ft. Oats gained 6-8 to 1 14'.
In provisions the outcome wss a de
cline of 17 to 40 to 42c ,
Throughout most of the session,
bears la corn had things their own
wsy, forcing July down to 12c under
list week's Initial figures.
During the late trsdlng. however,
corn prices showed something of a
rally owing In the main to sympathy
with strength manifested by oats.
Actlvjty on the part of exporters
furnished the chief stimulus for an
upturn In the osts market At first,
though, bearish weather conditions
handicapped the bulls. Trading In
July delivery took place for the first
time thla sesson but did not assume
Provisions reflected the weakness
of corn.' Higher quotstions on hogs
failed as an offset, except for a brltf
National Enactment Proves
More Popular, Says Treas
The Oregon rural crWIts isw Is
virtually a dead letter, according' to
Stste Tresaurer Ksy. because of the
more popular national rural credits
enactment. Further, the drop In
the bond msrket due to the wsr his
put a complete dsmper on any opera
tion of ihe state law for the present.,
Another more essily available
enure of money for the farmers, al-
thourh the Interest charge of f per .
rent la 1 per rent higher than called
for In the rural credit law, is the
state school fund In which there Is
plenty of money to meet the demand
for farm loans.
The reason given for the greater,
popularity of the federal rural cred
its enactment Is thst the govern
ment's appraisal of land Is Invariably
higher than that of the stste. Of
the approximately 8410.000 that has'
been rsised by the state t brooch
bond Issue under the state law, the
greater part of the boada were taken
over br the state treasury to avoid
a aaU below par.
BEST FOR C1IILDREX.
Experience proves that Foley's
Honey and Tar la the best family
medicine for children for coughs,
colds, croup and whooping cough.
Mrs. M. K.-Srhlarb. 656 Oakland
Ave.. Ashland. Pa., writes: "When
my little girl gets a cold I give her a
dose of It and It always relieves her.
I cannot praise it too highly. J. C.
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