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About The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980 | View Entire Issue (April 24, 1918)
CBaisiilj(dl B 1 r c t r y g
e Wants and Needs of theCapital City Are Noted
der Proper Headings So You Can Readily Find Them
S4I and Exchange all Kinds
SElUriU nanii uuuuj
ifES CLOTHING, HIIOEH. 1HCY-
CLE, TOOIJ4, ETC
MH 621 Court ft
miK INKLUANCK HOCIETT
YY. H. Wurglunlt, Jr.,
relent Age" L
Money to Loan
Over Ladd A Beak
Ha alt. Iila Or.
iuu Fee wee
;!rtt leeerlloe la
uVeeqUCBt tDMrtlOBt .......
OM whH UMrUOBO ... ie
One moeta .. fe
g?s months' eon tract per mo. So
Ti MMtbr' Ktuut, par mo... ?e
e geeouBt opeaedf or leea tail S6e
A Beet card. gives free with is
dvertiaeraoBt to the extent of 6to
M.ouoclnf "For Sale," -
Just," "Roome" or "atoard." -
Xi bsw cUaalfled edvertlee
meat will be run under "New
Today" fr firet ioaartlan, ualeoo
etnerwlee ordered by -the adver-
Bviteequeat Insertion of tbe ad
will appear under Ita proper eleee-
No edvertlement will bo ran
eader "Maw Today- for more than
m lease usder aoy elreumataneee
CHOICE DAHLIA UL'LHS NOW
rdy. lie to It a bulb. I'hone
Mrs. fY L. Purvlne, 1000 6th street
yuit HAWS A LAIiUB TEAM Or
naunic. eound horaea. alao barneae
and wtfun, hack, plow, dink, potato
--plow, a cuitivetora. inquire at ee
; Korth Hum mar -street, Hal am.
WANTKD llili TENT. OR LAHUEH.
lWTA KEY HI NO AND KEY. HE
lure to E. U. riake, phone 1044-J.
TOR BALK Now modern realdence.
' Located at 1370 8Ute. Attract
ive, terms. I'bone 151 J. J
tKKJD SKHVICE-THK OHEGON Fl HE
Itellef Aasoclatlon of McMJnnvllle haa
Ita Halem office not omy to write
your Inaurance, but to render you
, advice durlnv the entire term of your
polliry. We make our endoreementa
and attach to your policy, upon r
auait, ahowlna any tranafer or other
rhanca neceaaary under the State
' Policy Uw, without any chare
whatever. II. A. Johnaon Mt Co..
Aaent, Huah Hank lliU., Halwn,
WHAT CLEAR PHOI'KHTY IIAVK
you to offer for an I room houae,
modern, encept furnace, but la plpea
for It. and full cement floored baae-
taeat baa a raraica and two run
larea lota, with aood Cardan aoll.
corner of car line, ana one block
from Capital, atreet pavm. Witi
rant for a year If not dlaposed of
Immediately. See Wm. Fleming-, 141
klale atreet, Flamina; Realty Co.
WB HAVE NEARLY 100 LISTINGS.
i propertlee of at klada for aale or
r trade, if you are willing- to make
a fair oaai wnn ine aaaurance oi aei
tlag tbe aame, we Invite you to try
tit. Nu wildcat oroDoeitlon wan tea.
The Flemlne; Realty Co., Wm. Flam
Ine- manager, bualneaa- eatabllahed
1101. Reference our patroaa, or bual
rnen, or nana.
VANTtlI WOMAN TO DO HOUSE
work for family of three. Muat be
heaL refined and a arood cook. Lib-
er.l pay to competent woman. If In
tereated addreaa box MH 64" Statea.
mu office, rlvlnc -your addreaa or
itnnna nnmrxr. -
WANTfc.D ifOUNa MAN TO "LEARN
prtnttner trade. Apply Stateaman
cempoaiar room, upstalra.
CKKIO POHlTlON FOR MAN WHO
thoroue-hly undaratanda vulcanlxlnr
retreadint; and tire repatrlnc. 270
horta Commercial atreet.
MALK AND FEMAB HELP WANTED
we have an openlnrf In your town
for a nwiDiD.r aaleaman. . You
could make a food aalary with our
propoemon. Addreaa "it 47" Btatee-
"'ll MALE FREHII COW. ROUTE
'ifHiLT-biNiNU uexm bet. mr
rrank Myera, 2 North cottage.
ro,RD TRAILER rOR SALE. INQUfRK
rR SALE CRASS SEED WHEAT.
7re McKlnney, Turner, Oregon.
PARSKNOER FORD WITH EX
J'm 276. Salem Velle Co, 117 North
'OH SALE LARGE RANGE USPU
v oha. Call Monday at 3J
WOOD mil bit v w ami t'r orm
jnaae a gravel bed or a dump bed.
- ai j o ciock.
';:-" ALEte AM AND HARNESS
it I, ' town. Kelt cheap. Call
worm commercial. Phone 714.
A'E- AT A HARGAIV. NEW
i-.r.7?l ar,- run only 2S00 roiiea,
J"1 ei pi. Commercial atreet dur
,rTU WANT TO GET THE BES
7,-AP,p.r' b4 t the Pacific
.ua?.u..4- . Oregon, for a trial
--inuun. Mention thla ad,
C?hu,TT ur THC "ATMAN OIRIie
efA.i" V" mrr or waaiern immi
5i,J ?" been carefully reviaeo.
"Una; a h anH .. a i k..l. it
''.raphic terme of the maa
aIiT!L0,- Wan family, of the
7.7V Ix.reno. and the caotlvltv
r-oM.COB .anAa otl Purchaaed
TI" Irajlfene) five yeara later.
IrlFil ". poatpald. Ad.
col n.1 Z Monthly, Ba
03 F6 or 67 F.
IF YOU WANT TO C1ET TUB UES'i
poultry papr published. end It
centa to the Northweat Poultry
Journal, Salem. Oregon, for a 4ria1
aubacrlption. Mention this ad.
Villi" RENT 26 ACUKM oirOAiiliKS
i"?.4 "l Wlwrty; Inquire
; John It, M.Nwry
Foil RENT 3 1 rLIxito77MMnrv
ern houae vn paved etreet at 11X0
rw.uwi it ign etreet c. a. Jthoten.
1141-J, any time week day. jVl
roil HK.NT THE rulxnwiKn.
- 9$'"Jm.,iY. roodaro five-room eot-
aa tuoi eaKinaw. in Kuod ordar,
ormrly rantad for ill a nuuth
Call at Ivjl Bacln.w or luuiman
vuamaaa oinra. rttuna 21.
Naai md-rn buacaloir
.oma at ( North 20th at. Call at
BMMimtn ouMinoaa orrtco or poona
Mnoi-rn io room houae on
i:iitaga atrovt, rloao I n. Call at
Htataainan bualnaaa office, or pbona
It UO MB
ilOUXKKKKI'INO AND SINGLE
roorna nicely furnlahed at 011 Kerry
etreet. Come and aea them.
-OH IIENTCOMKOIITAULE HOOM
with uae of bath. In modern home.
Addreaa A. II. care Btaleaman.
KOIl KENT I ItOOMit POIt LIOHT
houaekeeplna on flrat floor. rMeep
lnr porrh, pantry and bath. Call 606
Mouth Church or phona UTU-M.
GOOD OUTRIDE ItOOM HOT WATE.t
beat, modern convenience, alao lu
aide room a. Cloae to fcUate llouaj.
1010 Chemekata. Phone 110.
fOlt HENTrllEHTOKEIWKJM at
141 North Commercial atreat, now oc
cupled by, Compton'a If.c, and tie
More, will be for rent Har. lt nest
Kor partlvulara Inquire at room 22
Hrevman Wok. i
M 1 V Tit I 1)1:
MONEY TO L?AN ONGOD' SKCUK'
Ity. O. E. Unruh, pboneH6.
I CAN GET YOU A . LOAN ON ANY
kind of eecurlty If go.ni. John II.
Bcott, 404 Hubbard buildlnga.
FA TIME H8 NEEDINO PKDRRAb
Krni loan a ahould not fail to file
their apolicatlona at thla time for
their fall needa. Intereat 6Mi Pr
Cent, 34 yeara tlm. A. C liohrn-eU-Ut,
401 Maaonlc Temple. Salem, Or.
W A' T K CC--TI i l K NT A FURNISHED
houae or apartment or at leaat rour
ro..ma. No children. Anewer "II 14'
HIGHEST CASH PRICE PAID FOR
good clean rage, preaaroora statea.
eountry tnpe. pnone Day., teas
5ATEs"lTAr JT.SOLB TfRW-SERVICl
Station 171. South commercial iu
phone 42B. -r
QUACKENBUSH AUTO mrPPLT AND
vulcanising, sir norm commercial
.AAA. t) h M A 11
DRACKETT eV GRAY TUr.ES VUU
cantsed, lae. netreaaiBf ur epeciai
ty. Free aervlce car. Phone 1400
171 North CommerciaL
WATT 8HIPP CO RETREADS AND
eectlona tubea ite up. service car.
Phono Sll. 120 South Commercial
atreet 1 '
DR. r. U UTTER. DENTIST, ROOMS
411-414 Baaat oi womoarea jMaar
R . 1IARR. TEACHER . OF PIANO.
D R. L. d. aIJTMAN. HOSlESPATfliO
Phyalclan. Office ana reaiaeneei are
North Liberty. Salem, phone 147i
BHOTUiSIlIIOOU OF YOEMA9K.
Ing In MaaoBle Temple, fifth floor, at
o'clock. All vleltlng member.e wel
come. Horace Sykee, Foreman. W.
IL Prank. Correapondant f
MODERN WOODMEN OF AMERICA
Oregon Oedar Camp. No. 6246, mecta
every Tburaday evening at o'clock
In Derby build Ing. corner Court aad
High etreete. H. F. Day. V. Cj J. A.
BAGGAGE AND PARCELS DELIVER
. ed any place, city or country. Phone
4 or 2011-R. W. W. Fiaher.
THE REAL sfON OF SATISFACTION
' will be found at Ingrey'e. A clean
barber ehop with harbera who know
how. Ingrey'a Barber Shop, 211
DR. O. U SCOTT. D. C, GRADUATE OF
P. 8. C. Cblropractlca fountain bead.
Davetvport. Iowa. Chlropr actio cor
rect a tne eauae oi oiaeaae. i-rue
404.7-I, U. S..N.
Phone IT. Reeldenee tlt-R.
CAPITAL CITY TRANSFER COMPANY
Phone 032, Salero'a largeat and beat
eoulooed tr ana far company. Oet our
reduced frelaht ratee on eaatern
ehlpmenta. Alao for atorage aa we
have three warebouaea In connection
with bualneaa. Furniture moving.
packing, er.tr.nlnr and aorlng our
epeclalty. ornce m bouib wommer
"CHIIfEf BTFHf ilCIAK.
I DR. la XL HUM CURES ANY KNOWN
1 idlaeaaa. 162 S. lllah St Phone 222.1
o. watanabe. I'rop 4J N. Jominar
clal tit. Idlra' and a-eittlrmen'a
auita claanad afid praaaad, $1.26 and
f 1.76. Work called fur and delivered
f r, Telephon Main 6&t.
JUNK WANTKD WH PAT HIGHEST
price for )uak of every kind. Let ue
make you a price on your bouaebold
food a. The "bViaar Veal" Houae
Japttal Junk iUt t71 Cbemeketa
Mtreet, Phone til.
FULL VALUB PAID TOH BCOND
band a-ooda. Hlcbeat market orleaa
for Junk and bldea. The Peoplee1
Junk and tfeoondbaad iiora, 171 No.
Commar-lal. I'hone 714. I
II Al HltCMo V-rfT
'CLEAN WfllTfcr 11 AS PRO VEN f CO
eeaaful. Applied here or eold for
borne uae. flanltary Uaauty Par lor a,
tt Mnhhard Hia
BALKM HTKAM LAUNUHY JUICK
dliverv and careful work. Dry
waah Co per pound. Ill South Lib
arty street. I'hone 15.
HOME WET WASH LAUNDRY REG
ular weeding- done at a rate every,
body can afford. For only 10 centa
we will collect, waah and deliver
your waahtng within twenty-four
hntire. I'hone 1471.
WE DO MACHINERY REPAIRING OF
all klnda, automobile repairing, oay
acetylrnce welding, gaa engine re
pairing, model and experimental
work. Iowa Machine Hlo.p, it. it,
llrown, prop., til Chemekela St., Ha
DR. W. L. MERCER. ORADUATE
American School Oateopathr, Klrka
vllle. Mo.; treata acute and chronle
dlaeaae. Office 404.401 U. B, Na
tional Rank Rider. Phone til. Real,
dance 411 North Summer. Phone lit.
DRS. WHITE A WALTON, 08TEO
pathle phyalcana and eurgeona.
(traduatea of the American Bcbooia of
oeteopathy. Kirkavllle. Mo. Poat
Sraduate and apeclallaed la nervoua
laeaaea Mt Loa Angelea College.
Treat acute and chronic d laeaaea.
Officea 606 0-7-I. U. 8. National
Hank Dldg. Phone 161. Residence,
1420 Court atreet. Phone 2216. Dr.
White, realdence phone 441.
1 " ' r Hi ' l laaisiir
FRU1TLAND NURSERY SALES YARD
haa moved their -lock to the country,
route (, Halem, phone 100F21. Special
prlcea on grafted walnuta and Hal
Ian prunea. A. J. Mathla, proprietor.
WE RUT AND SELL. SBrrnVTt If AMI)
goooa or an Kinaa, pipe fittinga, bar.
ai, avii are, conai pea a, looia,
chaina. Fred Ichiadler. 26? Center
Wfcuit 4 CLWaT&.mEBiCA?E
viouKn, lunirti airectore. la test
moaern mtmoai Known to the pro
feaatnn. 4t7 Coort atreet
TRA IVariC HH A fTLIKO
AUTO TRUCK SICKVICli '" ANT 1&ND
of hauling. Uouaehold
moving Jobe done prompt
ly. Trv me once. Tlmma.
f7B state bc rnoae .
Thfm 11 11-J
6xiXTtVH. jdtlit'HHElMAN FOR
paper haaglng, painting- and tinting.
Choice wall paper and cut-out bora
era. Phone 2606W1.
QLENN L. ADAMS FOR HOUSE DEC-
eoratlag, painting, tinting, paper
hanging, ate. Work done by contract
or day; good workman. Location
1020 Center St Pboae 6II-W.
TEN CENTS A DOUBLE ROLL AND
upward for choice Wall Paper at
tturon'e Furniture store. 171 Com
XEB PORTER FOR PAINTS WALL
paper ana Picture Framing, oood
wnf.B 4R i-rmrt mt Fhnn. 411,
SALEM WATER CO. OFFICE, 201 &
Commercial atreet. For water eervlce
apply at office. Make ail complaln'ta
at ine onice. no aeauctiona in bllla
will be allowed for abeonce or for
any cauaea whatever unlcae water la
cut off from premlaea. Hereafter
, water foe irrigation will only be
' furalabed to Regular euatomere tralng
water for domeetle purpoeee. Con
traetora for aidewalka. brick work,
or plaaUrlnr. will oleaae read "for
building; purpoaea" under achedule of
raiee. Apply at office for copy.
Depot Xitlaatl Jk Aaaertean Feaee,
atu mtmrm, wm mm, mm IBk aJaTaw
Palate, Olle mmd Vatnalak.
ttovee Keballt a ad Revalroel
t-ogaaberry aad Hop I leek a.
Saleaa Feae A Stove Werka.
SS4) Oart St PBm ltd
ft- w. rKMiwn.
-ALWAYH TUB TRVTII.'
Salvatore CirlrUano. the dlstln-
rulshed newapaper merchant of the
Park Uow Building, went to Wood
stock, Md.. laat week to aee the ordi
nation of hie brother Domlnico aa a
Jesuit prleat. He took hie little boy
with him. At tbe cloae of tbe cere
mony the child proceeded with tbe
otberg to kiaa the ring of Cardinal
"What ia your name?" Inquired
"Antonio Clrlgllano, air."
"Ah. the nephew of Father Domln
ico. And how old are you?" puraued
"I wag four and ahalf on the train
coming here," aaid Antonio, "but I'm
"Always tbe truth." said the car
dinal,, bla eyes twinkling. "Always
the truth!" New York Sun.
AUXTIK WAS EXCITED.
Never had there been such a com
motion In tbe little flat. And the
mot excited person present wag tbe
slater of a young mother who bad
jUKt presented her husband with
Auntie was wldly delighted at be
ing auntie In a double sense, and off
she rurbed . to the cpoatof flee for
stamps to. spread the great tidings.
"Stamps:" she jerked aa she
reached the counter and flung down
"How many, miss?" politely in
quired the cleik.
"Two!" ano criea joyouny.
"A boy and s girl." ahe returned
. a .).. I. a ,1a htm titirr-r.
i . . . T . ."
For Feeding Hogs
Can bo had at the
Call or Telephone) 2 4 If
I'ggu sn4 I'oolirj.
Old rooatera, IS to He.
Staica. ie to lie.
I'ork, Mat ton sn! llcf.
Pork on foot, IS to ice.
Kwea, & to 9c.
Veal, d rfaaed. If to He.
Sprint lamb. He.
Ileef ateera, 7 to 9c; cowa, 4 to 8e.
liulli, 4 to Ce.
Cheat, per ton. ft 4.
Clover, per ton. 122.
Vetch, per ton, $24.
Wheat. 11.85 to $1.17.
Mill Feed. ItUil.
Dran. per ton. $38.
Shorta, per ton, $2$.
WlIOLrXALH TO VKAUZM.
Country batter. 45c.
CreamerV butter, 4Se.
Hutterfat, f. o. b. Salem, 43c.
Smelt, Be per pound.
Salmon, Chinook, SOe.
Lettuce, crate. $3.
Nebraaka rice eorn, 12c.
Appleg, $1.25 to 12.25.
Lemona, $6.S0 to $7.25.
Dromedary date, $f.
Creamery butter. 66c.
Ecgi, 2 Sc.
Flour, bard wheat. $2.10 to $3.
Flour, valley, $3.60 to $2.60.
Sugar, iane and beet. 11 lb. $1.
Potatoea, tack lota, $1.28. '
PORTLAND, April 23. Grain. 30
day options: Bids Oata,.. No. 3,
$66.60. Eastern oats and corn in
bulk Oata. No. 3. $61: 3$-pound
clipped, $62; corn. No. 3, yellow,
266; No. 3, ml led, $83; oata. No. 3,
$61; clipped, $62; corn, yellow. $66;
nutter: Printa, extras. 42 O 43c;
cubes, extras, 37 He; prime firsts
37c; dairy, .10c.
Duttetlat: -'Portland delivery No.
1 aour cream, 41c.
Potatoea: Buying price LocaJa
76c; aelllng price, 76 $1; sew Cal
ifornia's 9 010c.
HADE IN CORN
Announcement of Food Ad
ministration Leads to
Change in Market
CHICAGO. April 23. Announce
ment that the coarse grain division
of the iood administration would
recommend cancelling the embargo
on east bound ehlpmenta r.f grain lal
to a aharp advance today In. the
value of corn. Prlcea closed strrng.
1-8 to 1-4 to C-8e net higher with
May $1.27 1-4 and July $1.49 1-S t
$1.49 2-4. Oate gained 3-4 to 7-8
to 1 1-8 and provlalona 36 to 47 to
Froapecta or embargo remova
more than offset everything bearish
regarding corn. Aa a result prices
"cored a awl ft advance after a de
cline which had followed tbe open
Ing. Activity on tbe part of the New
York and Boston export Interests
had much to do with the upward
awing of the oata market.
Liberal exporta and tbe fact that
lard ahipmenta were materially In
excess of laat year hoisted provl
THE CY1IJ1KHT wlXTEIt.
Edith Wharton, the novelist, la do
ing war work of all klnda in France,
and at a Paris dinner, apropoa of the
coal ghortgge, she aaid: "Well, let
ua be glad, anyhow, that a French
winter la not Hke a New England
one. Let tie comfort ourselves as
we bend shivering over chill radi
ators, with tbe welrdeat stories of
New England cold.
"I know an aged New Englander
who. rolled round the stove In the
general atore at Croydon Four Cor
ners, talka about the cold In this
fashion: 'Cold? Shucks, you young
fellers don't know what cold Is!
Take the winter of '67 now. Thar ye
bad cold. Why. In '67 it waa so
blamed cold that if ye reared a pott
of bllln' water out of doora it cracked
like s gun. Yen. and live coala frli!
aolld In four minutes' time, nut tbe
queerest thing of all waa the way
yer converaatlon would actually
freexe up before It could be beard,
t's hoys used to have a practical loke
we'd often play on strangers. We'd
Up up and put a couple of armfnla
of frozen shrieks and growls and
cuases in tbe stove unbeknownst, and
as they thawed out they'd yell and
carry-on like demonds, and we'd
tiava a aruw4 1 II e h at t he at ra n eera
T" I " -.w' TI.V. l.h, -Waal.
"r"w WV,M "a ew...
W ANTKO To KXC'HANUK A TITT
lot. Iix-aled on a pavad atreat, for a
IlKht 4 paaaengar auto. I'hona 76.
340 AC I (KM, 200 CULT4 VATKD 40
limber paatura all Rood aoll, i3,00.
Kcolofky, 141 Htata a I real
OH SALE SMALL TRACTS IMPROV.
ed cr unimproved on eeev terme or
-will eit-hanae for city property. 404
Hubbard building. f r
'Oit NALKMOUICHN 6 ItOOM IIUNU-
alow at a real eaerlflce. liargaln
worth Invaatla-atlna-. Kor partlvulara
2 ROOM HOUSE. MODERN, WEIX
located, Monmouth. Oregon, will take
realdence In Halem, t 11200, offered
et 4 velue. price ft. 400. ttocolofaky,
341 Btate atreet 1
FOlt SALE 12 ACRES OF LAND.
quarter mile from Clatter; II36 an
e.re. Will aell half. If d-aired. John
Wealey, Salem, route 6. Pboae 67F4.
CALL ON ME FOR ANY KIND OF AN
eihange. or ranch to buy. Bocolofs
ky. 341 State atreet .
A OOOD IIUY 2(120 FEET ON EAST
aiae commercial atreet, one door
north or State street, Salem, together
with perpetual right of way over the
1464lVr feet tract extendlnar from
thla ortMtrty (a ntat .t...f
Apply Scott Rosorth, 701-2 Bpaulding
uiug., luriiana. Oregon.
FOR HALE FARM AHOUT 100 ACHEh
00110m land, lie upland, on Oregon
Electric, Llvesley atatlon. Uvoa
houaea. barna. apringa. alao mineral
apringe In houae. Addreaa Charlea
rVhmid. 2ti Ivy street. Portland,
wrraun. win aeii one nair, tnree
quariera or ait
ROOM HOUSE. 12 LOTS, EASY
walking- dlatanca of Unlverelty, Eu
gene, Oregon, to exchange for ranch
not over 23,000. Socolofaky, 341
FINE 6 ROOM HOUSES WELL Lo
cated In Halem on paved atreat all
modern and 40 acres of Improved
tend 0 miles out to trade for a larger
farm. Thla property la all clear
property. See I'errine A Maratera,
402 Hubbard iildg., phone 007.
00 ACRES, 0 CULTIVATED. 20 HltUSH
paaiure, z rrutt escnange for South
ern Oregon, not over 310,000. Soco
! lofaky. 141 Slate aUeet
I; IK NOT ADVERTISE MY RL'SI.
neas tranaactlone. 1 leave that to the
e'oree of aatlafled cllenta I have bad
thla aprlng. Therele a reaaon, you
know why my realty deela are lead
Ingall othera In the dlatrlct. And
If you are In the market to buy a
home or acreage, or make an ex
change of property. It might pay you
to call on me. Detter etlll telephone
me at 1000 end 1 will call on you.
C. W. Nlemeyer, 644 State atreet (No
etalra to climb.).
BARGAINS 4 ROOM COTTAGE GOOD
location two iota 11200. eaay terme, a
room bungalow, fire place and fur
hance new 31760. 10 acre tract on
main road, fine lend bearing orchard
good buildlnga $3(00. 220 acree lota
oi aooa timber eome open lend on
main road, cloae to railroad $12.60
per acre; room cottage two lots,
peved street, for rent Wood Bayne
FOR SALE 17 ACRES OF ORCHARD
in riret ciaaa condition, aia yeara old.
Engllah walnuta, Italian prunea and
rherrlee. macadam road, four ml lea
irom naiem. inia ia a a nap, price
f 4 boo. ISO acre farm, 40 acree under
cultivation, balan-e timber and pee
ler e, aome fine bottom lend, running
water, houae and barn, price 140 per
acre. 6 erree, all cultivated. 8 room
plaatered houae, barn. well, macadam
road, t mllee out. Price $1000. 132
acre Howel Prairie farm. 126 acree
cultivation, balance paaiure and tim
ber good farm buildlnga. price fllOOO.
If you want to buy, trade or aell, aee
ua. W. H. Grabenhorat A Co., 27k
LOOK AT THIS-A REAL
About 400 acrea of choice Tolk coun
ty land about 110 acree clear j about 60
acree la atump pasture: balance In
rholw piling timber and oak.grube.
Timber alone worth $10,000. New four
room houee, new dairy barn, providing
for 20 cowa and four horeee; new pig
pen and new milk houae. Water piped
from fine aprlng to all buildings. Will
fell the whole at a great bargain.
Very eaay terma, 0 per cent Intereet
Addreea X. owner, care The Stateeman.
GAINS IN METAL
Rails Give Promise at Open
ing Pools Abandon Their
NEW YORKj April 23. The
atrength of rails gava promise at
tbe opening of tod ay 'a stock market
of general Improvement, but thla
proved of brief duration, tbe entire
Hat. coppers excepted, later revers
ing Ita courae on ateady offerlnga of
leaders, especially industrials. Gains
In the metal group and a few spec
ialties were retained in part but else
where pools abandoned their bullish
Dealings were on a reduction scale,
such Issues as Distillers Securities,
Inspiration and Anaconda coppers,
Studebaker, Baldwin Locomotive and
Central Leather contributing largely
to the turnover. Central- Leather
made an extreme decline of four and
s half points following publication
of its quarterly report disclosing an
enormoua ahrlnkage In the earnlnga,
and Nevada Consolidate copper's an
nual report waa likewise disappoint
persistent pleasure against United
Statea Steel at an extreme loaa of s
point waa a potent factor in tbe re-
.'action. 8alei amounted to 460.000
Bonda were firmer on the whole
than the stock list, although liberty
Issues- varied. French municipals
were active and strong but Toklo S's
yielded one and a quater points.
Total sales, par value, aggregated
The United States bonds, old Is
sues, were unchanged on call, rerla-
te-ed 4's advancing one eighth on
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Liberty Day in Oregon to Be
Observed Otherwise. Sayi
Because Oregon already has ex
ceeded Ita quota for tbe third liberty
loan. Governor Wlthycombe baa de
cided not to declare s half holiday
on liberty day, Friday of thla week.
In s statement Issued yesterday tbe
governor saya be doe a not believe it
would be wlae to Interfere with In
dustrial actlvltlea, In view of the re
sponse that baa been -made In tbe
state, and be haa been Informed that
Oregon liberty loan offlclala are of
tbe same opinion.
In deference to tbe prealdent'a
wishes, however. Governor Withy
combe calls upon tbe cities of tbe
atate to obaerve the day In whatever
manner they believe will atltnulate
the continued success cf bond gales j
and be commends the noon-day ob
aervance .planned in Portland. The
governor's statement follows:
"inaemucn aa the state or Oregon
has already made s magnificent re
sponse to the third liberty loan call
I do not believe It la neceaaary to de
clare a half holiday on Friday, April
26th which haa been designated by
Prealdent Wilaon aa Liberty day in
order that empbaala may be placed
on tbe campaign in the statea which
have not yet completed their qnotaa.
I hardly believe it would be wlae. In
view of tbe fact that every Oregon
community baa more than gone "over
the top." to interfere with industrial
and other important actlvltlea and
the Liberty loan offlclala are of like
opinion. ' . -
'However, in deference to tbe wlah
ea of our prealdent, I reepectfully
call upon, the governing authoritlee
In the varioua cltlea of Oregon to
pause long enough Friday to make
suitable observance of Liberty day
and nromote auch patriotic demon-
atrations aa they think will moat ef
fectively atlmulate tne continued
succeaa of the Liberty Loan drive In
their communities. In this connec
tion I commend tbe noon day enter
tainment observance which baa been
arranged in Portland and suggest
tbst this plan be emulated In the
Vrgea Vote of Approval.
"Every Oregonlan baa ample rea
aon to feel proud of Oregon's aplen
did achievement In thla third liberty
loan drive and I believe It would be
entirely filing for the general public
to expreaa at the demonatratlona to
be held Friday a vote or apprecia
tion for the untiring work of tbe of
flclala and solicitors who have been
In charge of tbe campaign for the
state, counties, cities and communi
ties. In s certain sense each con
tributor to the success of the Liberty
loan is a soldier and a patriot."
-"I don't aee anr sense in refer
ring to tbe wisdom of Solomon.
said the man. smartly. "He bad a
"Yes." answered tne woman, tart
ly, "he learned bia wisdom from
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Sergeant Ro bin Day Soon
to Leave for War Region
Tbe military company of which
Robin D. Day of Salem Is a member
is expected to leave, for France so mo
time this month, according to a let
ter received from Mr. Day by Oscar
Steelbammer. Day bag gone from
buck private to sergeant In three
weeks. He Is with Company E, Thir
tieth engineers. Fort Myer. Virginia.
"Tonight is the first time I have
bad an opportunity to drop s line to
any one for almost three weeks.
"Entered tbe army aa s bock pri
vate in the rear rank. Waa made s
corporal within s week. Now am a
sergeant. My company will leave
for France thla month. So far I en
Joy the work."
Mrs. Exe So you've got s new
gown after all. I thought yon said
yon couldn't afford one thla fall.
Mrs. WyeSo I did; but my hus
band bad a alreak of lck recently.
He broke his leg the next day after
taking out an accident rolley that
paya $50 a week.-Boston Transcript.
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