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THE OREGON STATESMAN t SUNDAY, APRIL 21, 1018
Rnr Sell and Exchange all Kinds
SECOND HAND GOODS
KETS CLOTHING, SHOES, BICY-
817 Court it.
fTBE INSURANCE SOCIETY
W. . uurgiwTOs sr..
Resident Agent -
885, State) St.
Money to Loap
''n't IMPROYED FARM AJTD CTTT .
fboVbrty at lowkit ratks
TI10S. K. FORD" SI'."" "V,1;
Rata Per Wee
First Insertloa .............. le
fitttMaWSt Insertions .......
One wMk tola InwUcu) ... Jo
One month .. t
Biz months' contract pr mo. to
II months' contract, per mo.. . 7c
Ko account opened for less than He
A noat card given free with an
advertisement to the extant of 60c
announcing "For Bala," Tor
Real," "Boonu" or "Board."
' v, mCW TODAY
Each new classified advertlae
ment will he run under "Now
Today" for first Insertion, unless
otherwise ordered by tha adver
' Subsequent Insertion or tha ad
will appear under Its proper class
Iflcatlon., No advartlsmsBt will b ran
under "New Today" for mora than
ae' issue- under any circumstances
LOGANBERRY PLANTS FOR SALE
Route 6, box 121,' W. L, McKenney,
WANTED A MAN TO PLANT JS
acrea of potatoes on shares. In river I
' botom land. See Merlin Harding, at
Salem Haw. Co. -
WANTED TO RENT A FURNISHED
house or apartment of at least four
.'. rooms. No children. Answer "H '
NINE PURE BRED ANCONA HENS,
fine laying strain, cheap. 1809 North
GOOD POSITION FOR MAN WHO
t thoroughly understands - vulcanising.
rtreadlhif , and tire repairing. 27
1 ,tth Commercial Street.
i i i i i , .. . .
NBW MODERN SEVEN ROOM HOUSlS
iir sale ai a pirfiin. vcrjr ciimv
. 2nd desirable. L. Hewlett, 4C3 Souta
iapitol street, phone 347-J.
, in "
FORD TRAILER FOR SALE. INQUIRE
871 , D street.
T1VT2 PASSENGER FORD WITH EX-
tras 1276. Salem Telle Co., 147 North
. ' -.- .r v v - -
FAnMERS NEEDING FEDERAL
Farm Aoans .should not fail to file
their applications at this time for
- their fall-needs. Int-west 6 per
cint. 84 yeara time. A. C. Bohrn
a tdt, 401 Masonlo Temple, Salem. Or.
FOR'- SALE LARGE
five months. Call
Monday at (98
THE REAL SIGN OF SATISFACTION
will be round at ingrey a- a. ciean
barber shop with barbers who know
how. Ingreys Barber Shop, 111
FOR SALE USED FORD IN GOOD
runnina- condition. Apply Elgin six
aaency. 150 South Commercial street
- Open Sunday.
I HAVE PLACED IN MY HANDS $3000
to loan on approved farm security at
0 per cent 8 to 6. years. W. A. Liaton.
FOR SALE SMALL TRACTS IMPROV
ed or unimproved on easy terms or
will exchange for city property. 404
Hubbard buUdingv C , - :' -
WOOD FOR SALE I WANT TO PUR
ct ae s gTavel bed! or a dump bed.
l tiope 623 at t o'clock. ,
I CVY get'you aIloan ON ANY
: kind of security if j good. John H.
Scott. 404- Hubbard bolldlnga ;
OUR SNAP. 8CHNAPPY AD. TOOK
,u w-.k -rul we had threw
, buy era. for the - property, and who
each said they would take the bung
alow at the price advertised $160 v.
So we labeled them,-first, chance-
second chance third chanco of
coree one was all we needed, ana
it 4s sold without a dollar, f reduc
; tldn. Now we have two parties who
want like props, and we nave not rot
them, because we doubt if they are
to be found in Salem. Thats what
, get for telling the exact ana
f atrict tacts ana mti is wn
1 after namely that when we say we
nave a bargain, you can aepeno bp
it That la our aim and policy. Now
sere is dim for a noorer client, but
as good proportionately as last weeks
snappy snap. A 4 -room house with a
barn that carpenter says can't be built
for less than $150. several fruit
tr-ea, a 60x100 lot for $37. half cash.
0 to It. See me at 311 State street.
William Fleming. I
1 HAVE A 59 ACRE FARM THAT
strikes ma a rood bur. and If any
body reads this who is on the buy I
for such a thine-. I wish he would
om, and see me. It Is a little over
1149 (a mere trifle), and I will
gladly show it to you (except on
Tuesday 1 aarlv In the week, near
school, running water, good soil, fair
bulldinrs, close to Electrfe, J1000
eash will handle it. William Flem-
in of Fleming Realty Co.
tmmm - -
C1TT PROPERTY WANTED TO
trade for the following pieces ofl
acreage. . ,
" . I acre, new 4 -roomed house, small
, in. cnicaen nouse, v'u w.hi
whole acre in nine-years-old mixed
fruit tra 9 tilr.ka from ear-line.
All-city Improvements within reach.;
Two acrea. shack, small barn, chlck-
. nouse, well, few good fruit trees,
Ten acres, good barn and well, but
f-o .house,-6 acres In crop. V acres
josanberrles. 1 acre mixed orch
;r. raspberries, mile from carllne.
Fifteen acres, all in cultivation. 4-
roomed house, large but old barn
and other outbuildings, family or
chard, well. 11900 house wanted and
a4ume mortgage of $2100. In city
1$ acres, 14 acres cleared of which
are in 8-yearotd neerh trees and
' J"" family orchard. Shack, well.!
? P1'!" N- of Salem, river bottom
t nave fifty other trades for you
to select from, and if you desire sst
factlon. "come In the office." C. W.
Ai.r..y-r, 6H state street, Salem, I
UOI.NU FORWARD-THE FOLOW1NC3
la an extract from a letter Juat re
ceived from W. C. Hagerty, Secretary
of the Oregon Fire Relief Association
of McMlnnville: "it la witn a tfreai
deal of pleasure that we congrat
ulate our agent on the atart they
have made in 1918. We. wrote n
excesa of 11.000,000 insurance during
L" iwure montns or tne year.
rne greatest amount of Insurance
wruien oaring the first tnree months
of any year during our entire hlstorv
This is a gain of nearly 23 per cent
over lut year. Our losaea so far Jthls
year? have been 25 Jess than laat
year.- The people of Oregon have
been coming to the O. F. R. A. for
insurance In still Increasing numbers
during the past few years. 1917 was
a runner year for business for this
company but the present year seems
destined to break all previous records
and set new record notch. H. A.
Johnson & Co, Agent, Bush Bank
ping., fa lent, phone 847.
HOUSEKEEPER WANTED ELDER
ly lady to do light housekeeping.
ncicrcncti requirea. pnone 418.
YOUNO LADY EXPERIENCED IN OF-
nce wora ana typewriting wishes
position-. 8om shorthand. Phone
WANTED WOMAN TO DO HOUSE.
worfc. Tor family of throe. Muat be
neat, refined and a good cook. Lib
eral pay to competent woman. If In
terested address box H 64" States
man office, giving your addreas or
WANTED TEN BRIGHT. CAPABLE
women to travel, demonstrate and
sell dealers. $25 to 859 per week.
Railroad fare paid. Weekly advance
for traveling expenses. Address at
once Goodrich Drug Company, Dept.
in man, peor.
WANTED YOUNG MAN TO LEARN
printing trade. Apply Statesman
composing room, upstairs.
BRAKEMEN AND FIREMEN. $12S TO
i&v montniy, i-nosr day able bod
ed ,men, good vision, age ll to 40.
experience unnecessary. Perman
ent positions. Railway, care States
MALE AND FEMAE HELP WANTED
We have an opening In your town
for a newspaper -salesman. You
could make a good salary with our
proposition. Address "H 47" States
5 Pulp Makers $3.64 for 8 hrs.
WEST LINN MILLS OPPOSITE ORE
gon City, free employment office. No
experience needed. Foolish strike still
on, not troublesome. Receipt for
railroad fare up to 82 caabed after
working one week. Come work as
sured. Board and 'bed S8.CS seven
l" '-nv MISCELLANEOUS
men-women, wiahing to become gov
ernment clerka at Washington. 8100
month. Answer "9M D"- this office.
FOR SALE DAVENPORT,
new. Phone 701.
FOR SALE GRASS SEED WHEAT.
Mayro McKJnney, Turner, Oregon.;
SEED CORN AND BEANS FOR SALE.
H. Neumann, P. O. box 11, Hubbard.
FOR SALE TEAM AND HARNESS
Party leaving town. Sell cheap. Call
Z71 nortn commercial. Phone 734.
IF YOU WANT TO GET THE BES
farm paper, aend 10c to the Pacific
Homestead. Salem. Oregon, for a trial
auDscnption. uention this a a.
CAPTIVITY OF THE OATMAN GIRLS
This true story of western Immi
gration has been carefully revised.
making a handsome little book. It
tells In graphic terms of the mas
sacre of the Oatman family, of the
escape of Lorento. and the captivity
of Mary "and Olive.- Mary died of
, starvation and Olive -was purchased
from the Indiana rive yeara later,
The price Is 20 cents, poet paid. Ad
dress Oregon Teachers Monthly. Sa
lem. Oregon. -
93FS or 67F6.
BLACK ' MINORCA EGGS FIFTEEN
for $1.25, $0.60 per hundred. H. C
. Porter. Aumsvllle, Oregon. -
IF YOU WANT TO" GET THE BEST
poultry paper published, send 10
cents to the Northwest Poultry
Journal. Salem.- Oregon, for a trial
subscription. Mention this ad.
FOR RENT 25 ACRES OF GARDEN
land for rent at Liberty; inquire
John H. McNary. '
FOR 'RENT TWO GOOD HOUSES
with good barn a. Call 394 N. Church
street, forenoons, phone 176.
FOR RENT $12.10 SIX ROOM MOP
ern house on paved street at 1929
South High street. E. A. Rhoten,
114 1-J, any time week days.
RENT THE FOLLOWING:
I partly modern five-room cot
tage 1062 Saginaw. In good order.
Foremerly rented for $10 a month.
Call at 1043 Saginaw or Statesman
Kit. ins. a office. , Phone 22.
13 Neat modern bungalow I
..oms at 949 North 20th sL CaU at
Statesman business office or pnone
$20 Med ern 10 room bouse 'on
rv.ttaa-a . atreet. eloaa In. Call at
Statesman business office, or phone
IIOUSEKLEpINU AND S I NO L E
rooms nicely furnished at 833 Ferry
street. Come and see them.
FOR RENT-COM FORT ABLE ROOM
with use of bath. In modern home.
Addreas A. B. care Statesman.
GOOD OUTSIDE ROOM HOT WATER
heat, modern conveniences. alo In
aide rooms. Close to State Housj.
1030 Chemeketa. Phone 1380.
LOST end FOUND
LOST ONE GOLD CUFF-BUTTON
with Initial -U" on It Reward. Bird
Craven, phone 040.
ivfll R EN T T HE STOREROOM AT
141 Mnrth Commercial street, now oc
cupled by Com p ton's 16c. and 25c
store,, will be for rent May 1st next
For particulars inauire at room 13
MO MKT TO LOAN.
MONET TO LOAN ON GOOD SECUR
Ity. O. E. Unruh. phone 816.
WILL YOU - WRITE TO LONELY
young, widow worth 135.000. Object,
matrimony. Mary, Box, 684. Los An
TOCW1 WIDOW 24. WORTH 8100.001
Lonely. Anxious to marry honorable
gentleman. 'Airs Warn, zzieft Temp
is street. Los Angeles. Calif.
MARRY IF LONELY FOR SPEEDY
marrlnae try ray club very success
ful, best largest in country, estab
iianed 18 yeara, thousanda wealthy
wishing' early marriage, confidential
dencrlDtlona free. Old Reliable Club,
Mrs. Wrubel. 7 J2 Madison, Oakland.
MARRY . IF LONELY, FOR RESULT
try me: best and most successful
"Home Maker"; hundreds rich wish
marriage soon; strictly confidential;
most reliable; years experience; de
scriptions free. "The Successful
Club," Mrs. Purdle, box 656. Oak
HIGHEST CASH PRICE PAID FOR
good clean rags. Pressroom states
SHIPP-S AUTO SERVICE CITY AND
country traps. FDone Day,
TIRES REPAIRED vTLCAXIZUtO
GATES HALF-SOLE TIR1B SERVICE
Station 171. South Commercial EU
QUACKENBUSH AUTO SUPPLY AND
Vulcaaixlng. Jl North Commarciai
BRACK ETT A GRAY TUBES VTJL
canlaed. X(c Retreading our speclal-
nFree service car. Phone 1409.
9 North Commercial,
WATT BHIPP CO. RETREADS AND
1 .m a..V.. 9 1. P-ili-a e ea I
Phon fit. XSi SoaUr Commercial
DR. F. I UTTER. DENTIST. ROOMS
418-414 Bank of Commerce Bid;.
R HARR. TEACHER
OF PIANO. I
DR. L. G. ALTMAN. HOMEOPATHIC
pnysician. uiiice ana resiaence ir
North Liberty. Salem, phone 147.
BROTHERHOOD OF YOEMAW
MEETS EVERY WEDNESDAY EVEN-I
lag In Masonie Temple, fifth floor, at I
9 o'clock. All visiting member. wel-
come. Horace Sykea, Foreman, W.I
H, Prank. Correspondent.
MODERN WOODMEN OF AMERICA
Oregon Cedar Camp. No. 6340, meets
every Thursday evening at 8 o'clock
In Derby building, corner Court and
High streets. R. F. Day, V. C; J. A.
BAGGAGE AND PARCELS DELIVER-1
ed any place, city or country. Phone I
4 or zosi-k. w. w. naner.
DR. O. L SCOTT. D. C, GRADUATE OF
P. 8. C Cblropractica fountain head,
Davenport. Iowa. Chtroorcctle cor
rects the cause of disease. Office
400-7-9, U. B. N. Bank Building.
Phone 17. Keeideneo si-K.
CAPITAL CITY TRANSFER COMPANY
Phone 933, Salem's largest and best
equipped transrer company, uet ouri
reduced freight rates on eastern
shipments. Also for storage as wa I
have three warehouses la connection I
with business. Furniture moving. I
packing, shipping and storing our
laity, office 11 Bonta commer-1
DR. L M.
HUM CURES ANY KNOWN I
153 8. High BL Phone 11.
' ' DRf CLEANING AND PRESSING
JAPANESE PRESSING PARLORS F.
8. Watanabe. Prop. 434 N. Commer
cial St. Ladiea' and gentlemen's
suits cleaned and pressed. $1.26 and
$L75. Work called for and delivered
free. Telephone Main 652.
JUNK WANTED WE PAY HIGHEST I
price for junk, or every una. List us
make you a price on your household I
gooda ra nquare ueai- uoui
Capital Junk Co
Street. Phone 318.
171 Chemeketa I
FULL VALUE PAID FOR SECOND
hand gooda- Hisbest market prices I
for Junk and hidea The people's
Junk and Secondhand Store, 871 No.
"PtJCAN WHITE" HAS PROVEN BUC-1
cessruL Appnea sere or sow zor
home usa sanitary Beauty Parlors,
819 Hnhnard matt.
SSMStKAM LAUNDRY 3UICK
delivery .ana caretui worn. vryi
wash.Cd per pound. 134 South Lib-1
rty sUaeL Phono Ji.
HOME WET WA'Tt LAUNDRY REO-
ular WAshine: c no at a rate every
body ran dffc'i- Fr only $0 cents
wa ui :. .-I.L. .wash and deliver
your ' ws'hiag within twenty-four
hours. TTiowe 3471. '
DR. W. L. MERCER. ORADUATB
American school usieonainr. jwiraa-
villa Mo,: treats acute and chronle
dlaease. Office 404-406 U. aNa.
iAal Rank Bldg. Phone 919. Resi
dence 419 North Summer. Phone 414.
DRS. WHITE st WALTON, OSTEO
n.hl. nhvalcana and surgeons.
iiraauatea of tha American Schools of
Osteopathy. Kirksvllle, Mo. Post
graduate and specialised In nervous
diseases at Los Angeles College.
Treat acute and' chronic dtseaeea
nttirm S06.S.7-S. U. S. National
Bank Bldg. Phone 459. Residence,
1420 Court -street. Phone 2316. Dr.
White, residence phone 440.
Yea'Sbonld Worrr Lel lie
CUuisd Adi V7crkfsr Yea
FRUITLAND NURSERY SALES YARD
at High and Ferry, can and see stock
and . get prices before purchaain
elsewhere, urartcd walnuts closing
out at reduced price, also logan
berries. 4.6oMb liAku GOODl'
WE BUY AND SELL SECOND HAND
goods of all kUaaa, pipe flttinga, har
ness, ooiiara. coiiai peas, coots,
chains. Fred Schlndler. S6 Canter
WEBB sTCLOUGH C B. WEBB. A. U.
ciougn. runerai directors. iatest
modern methods known to tha pro-1
Teasion. ( uonn srreev.
TRAHirEh H ACXIKO
AUTO TRUCK BBRVICS. ANY KIND
of naming. HonaeaoM
moving Jobs done prompt
ly. Try me once. Tlmme.
476 BUte St. Phone 981. Realdeaoel
WaLL papem. paiKT
CALL UP S. M. HUSSELMAN FOR
paper hanging, painting-and tinting.
Choice wail paper ana cut-out pora-
ers. Phone z.o.wi.
GLENN L ADAMS FOR HOU8X DEC-
eore.tiBr. naintins untins?. naneri
hanging, etc. Work done by contract
or day; good workman. Location
1029 Center , St. Phone 686-W.
TEN CENTS A DOUBLE ROLL AND
upward for choice Wall Paper at
Buren's Furniture Store. 179 C01
SEE PORTER FOB PAINT WALL!
Paner and Pletmro. FT ami or. Good
workmen. 466 Court St. Phone 486.1
SALEM WATER CO. OFFICE. 901 a
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 fo- irrigation will only be
furnished to regular customers vslng
water for domestic 'purposes. Con
tractors for sidewalks, brick work,
or plastering, will please read "for
bnlldlng purposes" under schedule of
rates. Appiy at oriieo ror copy.
Depot National Jt Aaaetieam Fenee.
all elsea, M la. to M la. nigh.
Palate, Otis and VaraJah. .
Stevee Re kali t and Repaired
Legaaherry and Hew Meoka.
alesa Peace ah Stove Works.
151 Coeurt St. FkotM U4
For Teeding Hogs
Can be had at the
. Call or Telephone) 24ft
Keen and Poultry.
Old roosters.-12 to 14a.
Stags. IS to 18c.
Pork, Mntton ami Beef.
Pork on foot, IS to 14c
Ewes. 5 to 9c
Veal, dressed. If to lie
Spring lamb. 19 c.
Beet steers, 7 to 9c: eows, 4 to 8c
Bulls, 4 to 6c.
Cheat, per ton. $24.
Clover, per ton. $22.
Vetch, per ton. $24. . "
Wheat. $1.85 to $1.87.
Mill Feeds. KetalL.
Bran, per ton, $36,
Shorts, per ton. $38.
WHOLK8ALK TO DEALERS.
Country butter. 45c '
Creamery butter 45c
Butterfat, f. o. b. Salem,43c
Smelt, 5c per pound.
Salmon, Chinook. 20c
Lettuce, crate, $3. . T
Nebraska rice corn, 12c.
Tomatoes,, California, $2.75. .
Cabbage. 3 Vic
String garlic, 8c
Potatoes, $1. - -.
Nta ' ' - '
Almonds, 23c . ; T
Walnuts. No. 1, 24c
Peanuts. raw, 17c
Cocoanuts, dozen, $1.50.
Honey, Idaho, $6.
Oranges, $5 to $8. .'
Apples. $1.25 to $2.25.
Lemons, $6.50 to $7.25.
Dromedary data, $6.'
II tall .Trice.
Creamery butter, 5 5c
Eggs, 26c f
Flour, hard wheat, $2.$0 to $3.
Flour, valley. $2.50 to $2.80.
Sugar, cane and beet. 11 lb. $1.
Potatoes, sack, lota, $1.25. ....
f PORTLAND MARKETS 1
- Dairy ProJ tacts. ' v
PORTLAND, April 20-Butter:
Prints, extras, 42 0 42c; cubes extras
37: prime firsts, 37e; dairy, -lie.
Butterfat: Portland delirery No.
1 sour cream. 44c.
Potatoes:, Buying price Locals
65075c; selling price, 90cO$l;
new California's 910.
Grain, 30-day options: Bids Oats.
No. 2. $65.50: Eastern oats and corn
In hulk: Bids Oats, Ko. Z, white.
$60.50; 38-poundr clipped white.
$61; corn. No. 3, yellow, $63; white,
$63.50; oats, No. 3. $60.50; clipped.
$61; corn, yellow, $63; white,
240 ACRES. 200 CULTIVATED 40
timber pasture all good soil. f. 3,000.
socoiorsky. 311 state streeu
FOR SALE MODERN 6 ROOM BUNG-
aiow mi a real criiic. mriini
worth Investigating. For particulars!
12 IfOOM HOUSE. MODERN. WELL
located, aionmoutn. jregon. win laaei
residence in Salem, to 11260. offered
at H valuei price $3,000.
Socolof sky, I
341 State street.
FOR i SALE 12 ACRES OF LAND,
quarter mils from Claxtar; $126 as I
acre. Will sell half, if desired. John
Wealcy. Salem, route 8. Phone 87F4.I
CALL ON ME FOR ANY KIND OF AN
exchange, or ranch to buy. Socolof s-1
ky. 841 State street.
FOR SALE MODERN 9 ROOM RUNG-1
alow and corner lot 25th and Turner
road; also stcre building. Phone
REAL ESTATE1 WANTED
WANTED TO HEAR FROM OWNER
of farm, raw land, city property, or I
business for sale. Location or price I
no difference if it has income or fu
ture. Ed Reeve. Waycroaa. Ga.
FOR SALE 4.53 ACRES OF LAND AND
i acres of which la the best deep
Beaver Dam land and S acrea of I
which is under high state of cultiva
tion. Twenty milea north of Salem.
Ztt miles from pacific Highway.
Terma reasonable. Address -N. M.
care of Statesman.
A GOOD BUT 25x10 FEET ON EAST
side Commercial street, one door
north of State street. Salem, together
with perpetual right of way over the
14x50V. feet tract extending from
this property to State street. Terms
Apply Scott Bosorth. 701-2 Spaulding
mag., poruaua, Oregon.
9 ROOM HOUSE. 1$ LOTS. EAST
walking distance of University. Eu
gene, Oregon, to exchange for ranch
I not over $8,909. Socolofaky. 341
FOR SALE REASONABE MODERN I
five-room bungalow, gas and wood
range Included, built In buffet, fire
place, large bathroom, living room.
bed rooms, etc, extra large porch.
yard. Easy Walking Distance.
Terms, Phono 1279 or 893.
S FINE I ROOM HOUSES WELL Lo
cated In Salem on paved street all
modern and 49 acres of Improved
land 9 miles out to trade for a larger
farm. This property la all clear
property. See Peraine 4k Marsters,
402 Hubbard Bldg.. phone 907.
90 ACRES. 80 CULTIVATED. SO BRUSH
pasture. Z fruit, exchange for South
ern Oregon, not over $10,000. Soco
lofaky. 341 State street.
BARGAINS 4 ROOM COTTAGE GOOD
rm,0bungalow" irm Vacea'd'f u"ri I
it acn tract on
main road, fine land bearing orchard
good bulMlnga $2500. 220 acres lots
of good timber some open land on
mala road, close to railroad $12.60
per acre. 6 room cottage two lota,
gaved street, for rent. Wood Bayne
FOR SALE 17 ACRES OF ORCHARD
In first claaa condition, alx yeara old.
English walnuts, Italian prunes and
cherries, macadam road, four miles
from Salem, thia la a snap, price
$4600. 100 acre farm. 40 acres under
cultivation, balance timber and pas
ture, some fine bottom land, running
water, houae and barn, price $40 per
acre. 6 acres, all cultivated. 3 room
plastered bouse, barn. well, macadam
road. 8tt miles out. Price $1000. v 133
acre Howel Prairie farm. 135 acres
cultivation, balance pasture and tim
ber good farm buildings, price $26000.
If you want to buy. trade or sell, see
us. W. H. Grabenhorst 4k Co., 37
State street. .
LOOK AT TO1S A REAL
4a bout 400 acres of choice Polk coun
ty land about 110 acrea clear; about 60
acres la stump pasture: balance In
rholea. ollina timber and oak grubs.
Timber alone worth $10,000. New four-
room houae. new dairy Darn, providing
for 30 cows ana four nor see; new pig
pen and new milk house. Water pipes
from fine spring to all buildings- Will
sell the whole at a great bargain.
Very easy terms, 9 per cent Interest.
Address L.. owner, eare The Statesman.
s eavvawei ' ea sevmv
Firit Time in Weelo U.
S. Steel Leading
NEW YORK, April 20.- The wide
spread recovery and greater activity
of this week's market for securities
was obviously the reaulc of the Im
proved war outlook. The more sat
isfactory understanding between the
government and the country s finan
cial and Industrial Interetti was an
other important factor.
. Public participation, the first in
several weeks, was seen in the
steady advance of certain market
leaders. United States Steel assert
ing its usual leadershlp'at the high-
est letei since tne more on me west
mm rrnnl asaumen aerlnua
tlons. Other equlpmenta and the
i.iu.fi.. .tArb. ahaeedl
we vaaftaa kM a v v waaa as save ea wa
In the advance. '
n.ila alone fsllef t- make iinri
than moderate upward progress.
Foreign exchange, except for
on Sapln, which sold at a new
premium with subsequent -reaction.
Yon Should Worry Let the
Clairified Ads Work for Too I
dealer or from us.
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practically $25,000,000 in actual ex
cels reserves, rednelac total re
serves lo BllfhUy . less than $42,
Bonds were firm, all the liberty
issues responding to a broader de
mand. Paris S's were an exception,
reacting 1 per cent. Sales, par
value, aggregated $2,450,000. United
States bonds, old issues, were un
changed on call during the week.
Loll all W&T CoiLtniCd'FaYOra
ably 111 Mode Market
NEW YORK. April 20. The lull
in the war situation was favorably
construed by market traders today.
stocks as a whole rallying from
yesterday's late reversal while others
attained hirhest quotations of the
week. I !
Pools were sf!ve In numerous
nvUIItu InrliiiUnv tha automobile I
accessories at gains of two to three
points. Their operation also extend
ed to sncars and-tobaccos at net ad
vance of 1 to 2 1-2 cents.
Standard Industrials and equip
ments were hesitant at first, but
moved briskly forward In the last
hour under leadership of United
States Steel, which made a net gain
etVl 2-8 to 96.
Affiliated steels and war Issues
were higher by one to almost three
points. Oils. Central Leather and
several utllites also making moder
ate gains. v
Rails constituted the only back
ward features. The market cl d
with a general rally in progress.
Sales amounted to 300.000-shares.
The noteworthy feature cf the
bank statement was a decrease of
in CORN IiIARKET
Wealher ProipecU Girei
Bulls Decided Advantage ;
. Weakness in Hogs .
CHICAGO. April 20. Adverse
weather conditions likely to delay
planting and to diminish receipts had
a good deal to do today with ai
vances which took place in the corn
market. Prices closed nervous, l-
to 1 3-8c net higher, with May
$1.27 1-8 and July $1.45 1-2 to
$1.45 1-8. Oats finished unchanged
to l-8c un and provisions off 22 to
25 cents. i
Low temperatures, widespread
rain and prospects of snow gavo bulls
decided advantage In corn, uen
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- l oeuei prevauea tuai tne
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about to fall oft sharply couipaied
a a . a
VB tM recently been the
I ruie. Assertions uai exporiers nau
uas asaaa riUA a aa
paper may secure
DURHAM DUPIEX PAZO CO. JgPsrCrfY.WJ
withdrawn from the market -had a
bearish effect on oats. -
Losses tn provisions were dna-to
weakness which developed In the heg
Ten field hospitals In Franca and
one large one in England are con'
ducted entirely by women. .
Alder at 10th Etreed
Tha most homallka hotel la Pert-
All Oregon Ceetrla tralsa
stop at tha Eg WAR P. - ; . , .
as $31-sued rp WK2t fsrtvatY
bath 831.50 aavd trpv
W. IL Seward,
ocTHJcaur paczfio 00.. - -
14 Oregoa Expreea 91 aaa.
64 Ore gon lan .... ..... :llaAi
2$ Willamette Limited.. 9:t9 am
is Portland Pas so a gar.. i:ii
34 Cooe Bay 9:44 i
It Shasta. Lrltad ..... 7:00 I
14 Portland aUpeees A. 9:10 a.i
No. 218 Local
223 Portland Fast Freight 1U1 pm.
No. 13 Oregoniaa 9:20 1
Na 18 Coot Bar ..10:01 i
No. 16 California Expreea ..10:68 i
No. 17 Roaeburg PaaeengeT. 4:14 p.m.
No. 11 Shasta Limited ..... :4ip.aa.
No. 37 Willamette Limited.. 4:14 p.m.
No. 13 Sea Fraaclsco Pass... 10.37 pja.
No. 221 Baa Fran. Fast a-n.
No. 227 Local way Freight.. 12 :oi i
T8 Arrive at Salem 9:1$ am.
14 Leave Salem 1:06
I1LEV. WALLS CTTT
111 Loaves, Salem, motor .... f:06saa.
142 Leaves Salem, motor.... f:lta.sa.
146 Leaves Salem, motor.... 1:40 p re.
Through car to Moamonta ana A.rue
117 Leaves Salem, motor .... 3:41p.m.
149 leaves Salem, motor :iTp,m.
139 Wav Freight leaves Salem
145 krrlvee at saiem 4 s.itam.
If4 Arrives at Baiem ....... .ii:e e-na.
164 Arrives at Salem ........ 3:44 p.m.
149 Arrives at Salem 6:36 a.m.
179 Arrives ai Salem 7:10 a m.
140 way Freight Ar. Salem.. i:30i
10:11am 13:34 sa i
4:16 pm 6:9$ pta,
0:40 pm 9:60 pro!
9:05 pm Salem only
11:29 pm Salem oa If
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i Ltd. ..9:30am
I 9 3:45 nm
,j Ltd... 4:40 pes
19 9:39 pm
21 11:41 pm
North Bank Station Heave Jeffar . .
sea Street II aad 39 mlautee later.) :
Train . ' Leave
9 13:96 am
14 Ltd... 1:16pm
North Bank SUtloa Arrive Jeffer
son Street II mlautee earlier). Leeve
CO RT ALMS CO imXCTT OKI
Leave CorvaUts Arrive Salem
8:29 am . 9:45 am
12:1$ pm 1:60 am
2:41 pm 4:00 pm
4:10 pm 1:30 pm
9:13 pm 1:61 pan .
1:30 pm 1
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