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STATESMAN t TlfTlWDAY, )UT 2, 118
m essoined ID B rectory i
e Wants and Needs of the Capital City Are Noted
der Proper Headings So You Can Readily Find Them
pt Sell and Exchange all Kinds
CECUM tlATIU UUUUJ
-va cixmnxo, shoes, dicy-
CLK8. TOOLS, ETC
4$ " - - vvw c tat
WRE INSURANCE SOCIETY
W. M- Kurghardt, Jr.,
sjiJant Ag 883
Money to Loan
T1TFKU Bl ,m
Bask. Ha Irak. Or.
Bate Fee Word !
rtnt Insertion .............. lo
Bubawiucnt Insertions ....... Ho
0,Mk (six IbwUom) ... 3e
Ons month jo
V. nVonths contract per mo. to
ii msaths contract, per mo... , 7c
M account opened foe 1 than 86c
A neat ear Stjii tr with an
artrUMOMBt to ths extent ofJOe
lsouaclng Jor Bala.- "War
Itsat." "Rooms" or "Board." ?
gEW TOPAT ..
Esek Welaasliflad "
neot will ba run under "New
Today" for first insertion, unless
ethsrwise ordered by the adver-
Ueuaeo,aent Insertion of the ad
wiu Mppear under Its proper class
No edvertlsment will bo run
aaeer "Ksw Today" for mora than
as issue under any circumstances
TOR--BALE GOOD JERSEY COW
fresh this fall. Inquire 124 N. 18th
SAW MILL FOR SALE. ALSO SOME
choice farms. Scott. 494 Hubbard
building:. " ,;
TOR SALE A DUMP BOX AND SEED
wheat. l'hone za or ezs.
rs-OR BALE CHOICE FIR
reduced price for early orders. Phone
144 or (22.
FOR RENT 5 ROOMED FURNISHED
houne North 21st street. Barn, garden,
variety of fruit trees. cnlcKen yard.
Ivan U. Martin, Masonic Temple.
FOR SALE HORSES. 1 WEIGHING
1500 and the other 1100 pounds; each
1 yars old. Phone 3FA. ;
KURSERY STOCK AT HALF PRICE TO
clean us. Call at Jones Nursery at
Auburn east of asylum. Howard
' Jones, route 0, Salem.
SEND THE CHILDREN HERE WHERE
you are assured of perfect hair trim
ming; Just the. way you want it
Ingrey's Barber Shop. 311 State
WANTED TO RENT A FIVE OR SIX
room, completely furnished, modern
house, within walking distance to
Ktate House. Phone 1409.
ton axl.V. STEVENS - DURTEA
innrlnr rar. ' Suitable for truck. Will
ell cheaD. Phone 734. 271 North
Commercial street j-
GET BUSY TODAY IS THE TIME
tnr art ion. if rou are without fire
protection on your home and other
property. Tomorrow may be too late
The Oregon Fire Relief Association
t u.u in.Till. has heloed thousands
of Oregonlans to re-establish their
homes which had been destroyed by
fire. The time to Insure Is before
L the fire; H. A. Johnson at Co., Agent,
' Hu.h Bank FIdr. Salem, pnone
14 ACRES OF LAND 34) MILES FROM
K.um ,rr.i in cultivation, gooa
room ' house, barn and other out
buildings about 4 acre "Of commerc
ial rni.i Some atrawberriea. ZV
acres gooseberries, to exchange for
a-rwui reatdencA In Salem.
A 5 room modern house In Salem
and rood collateral paper for farm
up to 210.009 Dallas. See Perrine
A Msrsters. 402 Hubbard Bid
, phono 07. - -
EXPERIENCED DRESSMAKER AND
: lslloress willwork In your borne by
ths dsy. Oood woric. price reason
WANTED WOMAN FOR GENERAL
housework. In country.. Two in
i family, route 2. bok 47-A, Salem.
WANTED WOMAN TO DO HOUSE
work for family of three. Must he
neat, rerined and . a good cook. Lib
eral pay to competent woman. If in
terested address box "H 54" States
man office, giving your address or
phone number. '
FARM HAND. PHONE
; W ANTLD FOUR TFAMSTERS AT
V Oregon State Hospital. Salary, 840,
board, lodging and laundry.
WANTED YOUNO ' MAN TO LEARN
printing- trade. Apply Statesman
. composing room, upstairs.
kale and femae help wanted
We have an opening in your town
r a newsnaner salesman. You
could make a food salary with our
proposition. Address 11 47 utaies
"a office. . -
"WAGES 33.24 to 22.04. 3 HOURS
t Linn Mills opposite ' Oregon
City, et Free Employment office.
trike still-on. iHailroad receipt for
fare up to $2.00" cashed after work
la one week. Come along. Worn
assured. Board and bed $0.05 weea
at Mills or $7 'at Beck's hotel. Ore
S"n City. . -
"THAW BERK V I'ICKERS WANTED
it June 1st. l'hone 03F5.
BKa FK SEED-iWE HAVE THE
pore Michigan pea (tree) beans for
rvil SALE GRASS SEED WHEAT
7ro McKtnney, Turner, Oregon.
yj BALRltT uivwni. TrtTl
ng car In first class condition 3(50.
'urtherford sc Rledesel, Capital
oarage, 173 South Liberty street
j I 1USCKLLAXEOCT.
'OR SALE RL'SSET BURBANK SEED
P?Utoea thoroughly acclimated, very
fa nuallty. Address - Mike Kep-
(gOBu"' ,OUt ' b0S l GcrvmI' re
KALE HORSE ANU S1NULE
wagon, harness. JS5. Horse weigh
ing; t00 lbs. and in good condition.
Spier & Smith. Cottell apartments,
N. Commercial, Phone 1041.
YOU WANT TO GET THE BBSs'
farm paper, aend 10c to the Pacific
Homestead, Salem. Oregon, for a trial
subscription. Mention tbla ad.
: SALE 1 TRAILER FOR AUTO.
also 1 pair shafts for working three
horses on wood wagon.. J. A. Bishop
jmiv isoum ii Deny street.
CAPTIVITY OF THE O ATM AN QIRI.S
This true story of western Immi
gration hs been carefully revlaeo,
making a handsome little book. It
tells in graphic terms of the ma-
sacra or tit Oatman family, of the
escape or Lore n so. and the- captivity
of Mary and Olive. Mary died of
starvation and Olive was purchased
from the Indiana five years later.
une price is Z0 cents, postpaid. Ad
dress Oregon Teachers Monthly.. 8a.
WHITE LKUHOUN . 'UABY CHICKS
for sale. Tancred and O. A. C. Leg
horn strains. Phone 56F21. L. It.
. Scovel.' Wallace road. " . "
TOU 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
jonn rt. MCNary.
FOR RENT $12.50 SIX ROOM MOP-
ern bouse on pavea street at io
South High street. ' E A. Rnoten.
1141-J, any time week days.
TO RENT MODERN FOUR ROOMED
house partly furnished. Address H I
5" care Statesman office. -
FOR RENT AN S ROOM HOUSE
with modern conveniences, desirable
location. Inquire 5 Norlh Liberty
FURNISHED HOUSE FOR RENT
The home of the late Miss Zaidee
Palmer. Rent S25 per month. In-
qulre of Mrs. 8. A. Rlggs, H9 Center
street or Mrs. Harry U. Cosper,
Dallas, Oregon. . .
FOR RENT THE FOLLOWING:
212 Neat modern bungalow 5
.mibi at SCO North 20th at Call at
Statesman business office or pnone
"220 Modern 10 room bouse oh
Cottage street, close I n. Call at
Statesman business office, or pbone
FOR RENT COMFORTABLE ROOM
. with use of bath, in modern home.
Address A. H. care Statesman.
GOOD OUTSIDE ROOM HOT WATER
heat, modern conveniences, also In
side rooms. Close to State Housj.
1030 Chumeketa. Photic 1280.
FOR RENT-THE STOREROOM AT
141 Nortn commercial sireec now oc-
ounind h Comoton'i 15c. and 25c
store, wilf be for rent May 1st next
For particulars inquire ei room
Breyman Rick. ' ' -
RIGS AI CARPETS
SAVE YOUR OLD - CARPET AJU
clothing. Have mem maae mio ruga.
Salem Fluff Rug Co.. 2075 Mill street
M 1 SCElL. AN EO tr
Highest cash price paid for
good clean rags, rreureom onwr-
6H1PPS AUTO SERVICE CITY AND
country trips, pnone , tr. ","
nlrht 3 SO. "
"TIRES REPAIRED VLCCAJltato
nTirj uar.ir.snLE TIRE SBRVICb
Station 177. South Commercial St, I
phone 422. - -
QUACKENBUSH AUTO" SUPPLY AND
Vulcanizing. 210 North Commercial
street Phone . '
CRACKETT GRAY TUBES VUL
canlsed. X4c Retreading our special
ty. Free service car. Phono 1406.
272 North Commercial.
WATT SHIPP CO. RETREADS AND
sections tubes 26c up. Service car.
Phone 303. las oouia voauuerw
DR. F. L. UTTER, DEWT13T, wm
411-414 Bans. OX whdbkics
R HARR.- TEACHER
DR. L. G. ALTMAN. UJ,c;'jrAi"',
Physician. uiu u
North Liberty. Salem, phone 147.
MEETS EVERY WEDNE8DAT EVEN
Insln Maaonlo Temple, fifth floor, at P
t t o'clock. All visiting" member wel- ter
ZV Mara fivkes. Foreman. W nm
enme. Horace ors,e, vr.m
H Pmnk. Correspondent
modern woodmen of America-
In Derby building, corner Court and
High streets, iu w. wwi
SAGO AGE AND PARCELS DELIVER--edany
place, city or country. Phone
4 or 2041-K. W. w. r in.r.
OR. O. L. 8COTT. O. --. C.IAWUA vrjr
P STC. Chlropractlcs fountain head.
DavenpSrt. Iowa. CblropracUc 1 cor
rects the cause of disease. Office
400-7-3. 08. N. Bank Buildlna
Pbone 87. Restdenee 333-R.
DRAYS AND EXPRESS
CAPITAL CITY TRANSFER COMPANY
7. 1 t..f.r com Dan r. Get our
reduced freight rates on "te
shipments. Also for storage m we
have three warehouses In connection
IL; .inae Furniture moving.
, packing, sh
U XL HUM CURES ANT KNOWN
disease. 153 8. High St. Phone
DRV CLEANING A!SU PRESSING
JAPANESE PRESSING PARLORS F.
S. Watanabe, Prop 434 N. Commer
cial St. Ladies' and gentlemen's
suits cleaned and pressed. 31.26 andi
$1.76. Work called for and delivered
free. Telephone Main 652.
JUNK WANTED WE PAT HIGHEST
price for junk of every kind. Lat us
maae you a price on your nonsenoia
goods. The "Square
Capital Junk Co,
Street. Pbona 898.
FULL VALUE PAID FOR SECOND
band goods. Highest market prices
for Junk and aides. The People's
Junk and Secondhand Store 171 No.
Commercial. Phone 784.
"CLEAN WHITE" HAS PROVEN BUC
eessf uL Applied here or sold for
bom use. Sanitary Beauty Parlors.
tH Hubbard Bid.
SALEM 8TEAM LAUNDRY QUICK
delivery and careful work. Dry
waah 6c per pound. ISC South Lib
erty street. Phone 25.
HOME WET WASH LAUNDRY REG-
ular waahing dona at a rate every
body can afford. For only SO cents
wa will collect, wash and deliver
your washing; within twenty-four
hours. Phone 1471.
WE DO MACHINERY REPAIRING OF
all kinds, automobile reparrlng, oxy
j acetylence welding, gas engine re-
pairing, model and experimental
work. Iowa Machine Shop, D. B.
"Brown, prop.. 252 Chemeketa St. Sa
lem. O STROP ATHT
DR. W. L MERCER. GRADUATE
American School Osteopathy, Kirks
vllle. Mo.; treats acute and chronle
disease. Office 404-40S U. 8. Na
tional Bank Bldg. Phone lf. Resi
dence 410 North Summer. Phone 014.
DRS. WHITE A WALTON, OSTEO
pathlc nhyslcans and surgeons.
Graduates of the American Schools of
Osteopathy. Klrksvtlle, Mo. Post
graduate and specialised in nervous
diseases at Los Angeles College.
' Treat - acute and chronle diseases.
Offices LOS-S-7-t. U. 8. National
Bank Bldg. Pbone S59. Residence.
1420 Court street Phone 2215. Dr.
White, residence phone 419.
I ERI E.
FRUITLAND NURSERY SALES YARD
has moved their stock to the country,
route C. Salem, phone 100F21. Special
prices on grafted walnuts and ltal
ian prunes. A. J. Mathts. proprietor,
SECOND HAND GOODS
WE BUY AND SELL SECOND HAND
roods of all kinds, pipe fittings, har
ness, collars, coiiai peas, too is.
Fred Schlndler. 250 Center
WEBB aV CLOUQir C B. WEBB. A. U.
Clough. funeral directors. Latest
modern methods known to the pro-
reunion. 417 cwmrt street.
AUTO TRUCK SERVICE. ANY KIND
01 naming. uoasenoia
moving lobe done prompt
ly. Try me once. Tlmme,
475 State St Phono MS. Residence
waLL paper, rAnrr
L GLENN L. ADAMS FOR HOUSE DEC-
coratlng. painting, unung. paper
banging, etc, - Work done by contract
or day; good workman. Location
1020 Center St Pbone 534-W.
DOUBLE ROLL AND
unward for choice wau raper at
Buren'a Furniture Store, 179 . Com
SEE PORTER FOR PAINTS WALL
Paper and Picture Framing. Oood
workmen. 485 Potirt Bt Phftss 425.
SALEM WATER CO. OFFICE, 201 8.
Commercial street For water service
aooiv at office. Make all complaints
at the office,1 No deductiona in bills
will be allowed for absence or for
any causes whatever unless water is
cut off from nremlses. Hereafter
water fo irrigation will only be
furnished to regular customers using
water for domestic nurnoses. ixn
tractors for sidewalks, brick work,
or olaaterinr. will please read "for
building purposes' under schedule of
rates. Apply at office for copy.
WOVEN WIRE FKWCTNO
Depot National A American reneo.
aU elaee. H la it H lav saga.
Paints, oil and Varnish.
Steves Rebel It and Repaired
Legaaberry and Hep Hooka.
Sale sa reneo sc Stove Werke.
25$ CwutOt, Phone 124
r. Bt Tvnma,
TRETCHIXG, A POUND OP
Two pounds of good table butter
out of one pound and a pint of milk 7
Yes. It's done.
'The churn which performs the feat
was recently placed upon the mar
ket. It is square in shape and heavy
of glass, and the churning mechan
ism, entirely of: metal, is attached to
the glass churn by a metal screw
.-clh making the "stretched" but-
the churn is warmed before the
milk and shaved butter are put in.
After stirring one minute the whole
churn Is placed into cold water and
the operation is completed by churn-
I , for gnother minute. Salt and, if
ded before churning. Popular
ence-Monthly for April.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE
County Court & the State of Oregon
for the County of Marlon. .
In the Matter of the Estate of Ab
ble It Von Hue hen, deceased.
.Notice Is hereby given that the un-dert-ed.
F. Von Eschen. has been
appointed administrator of the estate
tkhi. it Von Eschen. deceased.
by the County Court ,f ther State of
Ores-on. for Marlon County, and has
qualified as such.
Ml persons having claims against
raid estste are hereby notified to
nreaent the same, duly acknowledge
as by law required to the undersign
H the residence of the undersign
ed 1775 Court street. Salem. Oregon,
within six months from the. date
lhDated and first published this 18th
day of April. 1913. . I
F.- Von Eschen. !
Wiie-Try a Cbssified Ad.SV
For Feeding Hogs
Can be had at the
Call. or Telephone) 24IS
j SALEM MARKETS
BUYIXO PRICK ,
' Kjcsts and Io ul try.
Old roosters.' IS to 14 e.
Stags. 16 to lSe.
Pork. Mutton and ncf.
Pork on foot, IS to 16c.
Ewes. 5 tQ le. '
Veal, dressed. IS to lc
Spring lamb, 19c ,
Beet steers, 7 to Sc; cows, 4 to 8c. I
Balls, 4 to 6c.
r nay :
Chest, per ton, $23.
Clover, per ton, $21.
Vetch, per ton. $22.
Wheat. $1.85 to $1.87.
Oati. 11. J"
Mm Feeds. Retail.
- Brsn. per ton, $36. , .
Shorts, per ton, $31.
WHOLESALE TO DEALERS.
Country hotter, 45c.
Creamery butter, 45e.
I Bntterfat. f. o. b. 8alem, 42c 1
Salmon Trout, 30c. ; .
Salmon, Chinook, 23c I
Halibut, 25c :
Vegetablea. j .
Lettuce, crate, $3
Celerr, 90c I
Nebraska rice corn, 12 c.
Apples, $1.25. to $2.25. (
Lemons, $6.00' to' $7.00.
Dromedary &t. SC.
Creamery butter, B5c
Flour, hard wheat. $2.80 to $3.
Flour, taller, $2.50 to $2.60.
Sugar, cane and beetll lb. $1.
Potatoes, sack lots, $1.25.'-
PORTLAND MARKETS I
PORTLAND, May A. Thirty-day
delivery: No. 1 oats, $60. Eastern
oats and corn In bulk: Oats. No. 3
white, $55; 38-pound dipped, white.
157- enrn n. 3 vellow. 144: NO. 3
mixed, $55.-, '
Dairy market unchanged.
Associated Stocks Higher
Locomotives Respond to
NEW YORK. May 1. Stocks were
again active and strong at the open
lng of today's "market on the further
check to the German forces and the
favorable Quarterly report of the
United States Steel corporation. Is
sued after the close of yesterday's
session. United States Steel led the
movement throughout, making an
extreme advance of two and one-
eighth points. - ' ,
Associated stocks were one to two
and a half points higher, as were
also the better -known equipments.
American and Baldwin Locomotive's
resoondinr with American Car to
larre Kovernment contracts. Cop
pers were backward. Shippings de
noted occasional pressure which was
overcome In part at the strong close,
Reading. Transcontinental, New
York Central and St. Paul preferred
advanced one to three points iwth
shorter coverinc a factor.
Total sales of stocks amounted to
Lires made another new minimum
with checks at 9:03 but rallied later.
Call money stiffened from its le
rate of three and three-quarters,
closinr at 6 per cent. !
Bonds, Including liberty Issnes,
which chanred hands in large
amounts, were firm. Total sales,
oar value, aggregated $.150,000.
United States bonds, old Issues,
unchanged on call.
RfflBm Pvire nn HldiS
Maximum rriCC on "uc
h Fixed b, Committee
wifiuiwr.Tnv. Mir 1. The price
fixing committee of the war indust-
ries board today fixed the maximum
price of the present stocks of packed
and country hides at that prevailing
April 24. this year, uy nus siao
llizing the raw material market, of
ficials think a reduction In the cost
of shoes will be effected.
Nineteen British Are
" Missin From Vessels
; - . .
Tjrwnnv Mar 1. Six officers and. sad this moral n !
thirteen men are miss
sult of the naval disasters reported
tonight by the British admiralty. The
sloop Cowslip wss torpedoed and
sunk April 26 and five officer and
one man aremisslng. and torepdo
boat No. 9o foundered and from her
one officer and tweleve.men are mis-
WANTED TO BUY 7 ' OR S ROOM
modern home in Salem, phone 070.
SALE OR TRADE. GOOD 320
acre homestead relinquishment.
FOR SALE MODERN S ROOM BUNG-
alow at a real sacrifice. Bargain
worth investigating. For particulars
FOR SALE IX ACRES OF LAND.
quarter mile from Claxtar; I11& an
acre. Will sell balf. If desired. John
Wesley. Salem, route a. Phone S7F4.
HAVE CLIENT WITH EQUITY IN Tl
acres near Waldport to exchange
for anything of value. Mortgage
ma taxes about isoo. tf HUbbara
A GOOD BUY 25x10 FEET ON EAST
side Commercial street one door
north of State street Salem, together
with perpetual right of way over the
14x50 Vt feet tract extending from
this property to State street Terms
Apply Scott Boxer th. 701-2 Spaulding
liiug Portland. Oregon.
SOME ONE WANTS YOUR PROPERTY
ana you wouia sell, we charge no
commission for putting buyer ana
seller together. For further Infor
mation address Oregon Realty Ex
chnge Investment Co., Inc.. 14
Breyman Bldg- Salem. Oregon
Chamber of Commerce Bldg.. Eugene
Oregon and 2501 Third BL, Portland.
FOR SALE FARM ABOUT 100 ACRES
bottom land, 110 upland, on Oregon
Electric Liveslev station. doom
houses, barns, springs, also mineral
springs in house. Address Charles
Schmid. 295 Ivy Street. Portland.
Oregon. Will sell one half, three
quarters or all.
FOR SALE WELL IMPROVED FARM
of 215 acres in Douglas county; 260
acres cultivated and in crop. Inqlure
John B. Hair, 225 North 20th St. Sa
1 RENTER WANTED AT ONCE FOR
40 acres of farm .land la Sutherlla
Valley, Oregon. Must have equip
ment and be financially able to sum
mer fallow and' sow to fall, grain
200 acres of land. CalT Wednesday
afternoon or Thursday morning. A. C
liohrnstedt 401 Masonic Temple, Sa
120 ACRE FARM AND STOCK RANCH
near Silver Falls, a beautiful place.
A Salem owner finds it a little too
far out for his use, and will exchange
It for a nice small acreage close 10
Salem. There is something of an
opining to cater to the public sum
mer season If such Is sgreeable to
entertain. See William "Fleming. Ill
State street for particulars.
ALSO IN THE SAME VICINITY A 200
acre place at 1 50 an acre. Not less
than 22500 cash required time on an
equal amount and property for the
balance. Place sold at 912000 and
foreclosed. Owners have gone from
the state and say liquidate. See Wm.
Fleming, 341 State St, room 7.
WE HAVE SEVERAL J? LACES OF
different values, small residences to
sell on Installment plan, and at two
thirds their .original cost about, and
one at much less than that-rate, ji
room modern bungalow. See Wm.
Fleming Realty Co. Also a 15 acre
tract fine for Loganberries and close
BARGAIN 10 ACRE9LOCATED ON
main road east of Salem, good soil
well drained four room house .good
barn, large hen house, wood shed and
other out buildings, bearing fruit
trees, balf acre loganberries, a snap
at $2500. look at it and make an of
fer. Have a new six room bungalow.
basement furnace, fire place, all
built in fixtures, worth 12500 make
us an offer. Houses for rent F. L.
Wood, Bayne Bldg,
$40 ACRES ALT A, CANADA. FOR
valley ranch not over $4,000.
10 acres near Salem, modem Im
provements, will take small residence
and mortgage back for balance.
240 acres Waldo Hills. 3 miles rrom
Pratum. 222.000. will take $2500 In
300 acres of $115 per acre land at
$S5 per acre . socoiorsky. ill state.
FOR SALE 17 ACRES OF ORCHARD
In first class condition, six years old.
English' walnuts. Italian prunes and
cherries, macadam road, four miles
from Salem, this Is a snap, orlcej
$4500. 100 acre farm. 40 acres underT
ture. some fine bottom land, running
water, house and barn, price $40 per
acre. 5 acres, all cultivated. 2 room
plastered house, barn, well, macadam
road. 2tt miles out Price $1000. 131
acre Howel Prairie farm. 125 acres
cultivation, balance pasture and tim
ber; good farm buildings, price $21000.
If Jrou want to buy. trade or sell, see
net W. H, Grabenhorst 4k Co.. 27k
LOOK AT THIS A REAL
About 400 acres of choice Polk coun
ty land about 110 acres clear; about 50
erti in stumo pasture: neiance in
rhol oiling timber and oak grubs.
Timber alone worth $10,000. New four
room house, new dairy barn, providing
for 20 cows and four horses; new pig
nen and new milk house. Water pipe
fronrjfine spring to an ounainsa. win
sell 'iha whole at a great, bargain.
Very easy terms. 0 per cent interest
Address U; owner, care The Statesman.
THE IRISH FLAVOR
The CO. of a certain battalion
applied for a groom, and Paddy, not
knowing anything about horses or
harness, put in for the Job. yon
understand all about horses-and how
g JT' '"""
'Yes. sir." was paaays repiy;
I "what I don't know about hoses Is
not worth knowing.
- Accotdlngty, at 2?p. to. that day
Paddy was ordered to saddle the C.
O.'s horse, which he did. putting the
saddle on me wrong way rouno. 1 u
colonel Appeared, 'glared at Paddy
"Don't yon see. you fool, that the
saddle Is the wrong wsy round?".
-Yes. sir." replied Paddy, "but
why did you cot tell me which way
you were golnl
I "Ah, Mrs. Flaherty.
but ye look
"Faith an why shouldn't 1 ioosi"'"' .
sad when me Dennis has been drop -
ped from th force?"
"Ye don't sayl And what fur?"
"Well, ye see It was this way:
There was a soign on a buildin what
read. No trespassing; police tage
notice.. An' me poor uennis tooa,
THINGS THAT NEYER HAPPEN
By CENC BYRNES
l tOU PONT
' TAKC THi CASTOR
OIL IMMeOlATtLS , -
I I WONT LET I
Of fAINt IS
1 ONE OOD
I ( STNSl&tE
PRICE OF CORN
New DcvclopmcnLf Toaclun
Peace Efforts Give hnpaiie
to Sellins: ,
CHICAGO, May 1. Corn prices
tumbled today owing to general llq
nidation brought on largely by re
ports that the east was offering to
re-sell cash rraln and br fresh $ms
sip regarding peace. The market
closed -weak at the same as yester
day's finish to 2 B-8e lower, with
May $1.27 1-4 and July $1.45 S-8
to 3-4. . Oats lost 1 1-4 to 1 3-4 to
1 7-8c In provisions there was an
advance of 12 to 40c
At the ontseL new developments
touching peace efforts gave consid
erable impulse to selling of corn
and so. too. did warmer weather
that points to increased planting. As
sertions later that rece'.ts at Kansas
City and St. Louis would be light
from now on led to - moderate rally
but before midday the selling broad
ened again and weakness became
acute In the last hour.
LOats were ruled by the same fac
tors which governed corn.
Provisions went up grade chiefly
on account 'of knowledge that May
deliveries of lard, aggregating 1.-
000. 00, pounds, had gone into strong
Crowd Giyes . Farewell to
Young Men Who Are In
ducted Through Draft 4
SCOTTS MILLS. Or., May 1. A
large crowd was In Scotts Mills last
Thursday to see the three boys leave
for Woodburn, who were called In
the first draft, some going as far as
Woodburn with them. The boys
were Elmer 8. Stultz, Daniel Law
rence and Charles Logue. The boy
were sent to Camp Lewis from Wood
R. L. La Rue and son Bob. Ceorg
Richmond and F. Miller of Salem.
were up to the Ablque falls Sunday
Messrs. August and Anton Semolk
were week-end visitors in Portland
A few of the young people of
Crooked Finger gave Leo Wellma
a farewell party Monday evening at
the Wellman home. Mr. Wellman
leaves for Woodburn tomorrow, be
log called in the second draft.
Albert G. Hettwer. who has been
living In Detroit. Michigan, for the
past four yesrs. is visiting his par-
eats. Mr. and Mrs. John Hettwer at
A. H. Ehler and family have soldi
their homestead above Crooked Fin
ger and mbvedlo'Portland last wee.
Mr. and Mrs. O. M. Wilson and son
Frank were visitors In Sllverton on
- C. A. Dunagan and son Shirley. E.
R. Lawrence and W. T. Hogg were
Salem visitors Tuesday.
Misses Bessie and Stella Altkens
returned home from Portland Satur
day, where they have been visiting
. Mrs. C E, MulvlhlU spent the wesk
end in Portland.
Miss Mabel Baars who has been
worklnr in Oregon City for some
at a f-isl. . Va rsnt at ear PrYWaT
, d ringer- .
Mlaaee Frances and Pauline Se"i
olke, vlsiled relatives at Noble, tho
first of the week.
Mr. and Mrs. A. U Deaton 01 Port
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land visited Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Flsber
at Noble Sunday. Mrs- Deaton Is a
sister, of Mr. Flsber.
Dr. and Mrs. O. C Bellinger and
family of Salem were visitors at the
Bellinger home Saturday.
T. Msplethorpe of Salem is visit
ing his daughter and family at Noble,
Mrs. and Mr. W. T. Hogg. Mr. Ms
plethorpe is enjoying the fresh moun
tain air, hoping It win oeneiu bij
A crowd from Noble attended the
rural school picnic, held at Wood- ,
burn last Saturday. A picnic dinner
was spread on the lawn at the high
school. A program was giTen la thef
morning and afternoon. Misses
Grace and Irene Dunsgan, Grace
Williams. Loraine Hogg. Dortha
Shepherd. Dollie and Ruby RIchter.
Messrs. Louis and. Otis Shepherd.
Vernon and Ray RIchter, Averltt
Dunagan and their teacher. Mrs.
E. MlbilL na Mr- u-"unaaaa.
A. F. RIchter. Elvln Shepherd. Mrs.
W. T. Hogg and daughter Doris.
A. P. RIchter was . in suvenon
Monday on business.
Few batr teams have as good
neighbors as have the New or
Giants. The Brooklyn Dodgers never
fall to make the Giants- opening
happy and profitable affair for the
Giants. J. -
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