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TOB OREGON STATESMAN: TirtTlSDAY, JTXE 20, 1018.
da of the Capital City Are Noted
Headings So You Can Readily Find Them
Rnr Sell and Exchange (alt Kinds
SECOND HAND GOODS
IIE.V8 CLOTHINCJ. KIIOtS. BICV
CUSS. TOOLS, KTC
Phone! 237 Court St-
FIR15 INSURANCE SOCIETY
,W. IL Burghardt, Jr.,
385 State St.
HONEY TO LOAN
Of IMPROVED FARM AKD CITY
PROPERTY AT LOWEST RATES
nine if rriDnoirx.B-fc
Bank, Salens. Or.
CLASSIFIED ADVERT! 5 MEJSTS
Rate Per Ward
First Insertion , le
Subsequent insertloss .J. .... . e
One week (six Insertions) ... 3c
One month 9e
Six months' contract i per mo. 8c
llmonths' contract, per mo... 7c
No account opened, for less than 1 5c
A neat card given free with an
advertisement to the extent of 60c
announcing; -For Sale." "For
Rent." "Rooms" tor "Board",
Each new classified advertise
ment will be run under "New
Today" for first Insertion, unless
otherwise ordered by the adver
tiser. Subsequent Insertion of the ad
will appear under its proper claas
ficatlon. No advertisement will be run
under "New Today" for more than
one Issue -under any circumstances
CHERRY PICKERS WANTED BIG
tent bouse, stove, wood for family
three or four. I Eugene C. Prescolt,
,X)ll SALE A GOOD SECOND HAND
mower, rake and hay tedder. . Ad
f dress Gervals, route 2, box 45. phone
CHERRY PICKERS WANTED. PHONE
SHAVE 15c: HAIRCUT 30c; CIIILD
rcn's haircut 25c The Antiseptic
Barber Shop. H. L. Churchill, prop..
1(5 South Commercial. ,
O F. R. A. SIGNIFIES "GILT EDGE
Fire insurance Protection." For full
information as to -our plan of In
surance, cost etc.. In the Oregon Fire
Relief Association. I can up touay
Wa can give you , "Gilt Edge pro-
. nil ! vou money besides.
ILIA. Johnson Insurance Agency. 1
and 2 Bush Bank Bldg.. Salem, phone
nnnn OPPORTUNITY FOR WOMAN
" to economise, by doing housework in
..rhinr. for a food" ilOM. Call 18
South Liberty during working hours
or 1251 South commercial cvemuaa.
wiNTKD RUBBER TIRED. TOP
l...rrv. Inauira H. W. Baker. C45
LOGANBERRY PICKERS WANTED
Best picking ever. Ten minutes
- walk from end of Asylum car line,
u.. r kAm. Men. women and child
ren, register at once with D. B. Simp-
son! east D street, near Powers
aiekins; Monday morning. June 24.
jrwa-. ii I. uc.i ,.....;
Y ANTED EVERY MAN IN SALEM
to try our service and see If it isn t
a little better than the average. In
grey's Barber Shop. 311 State street.
WOULD TRADE MY 90 ACRE FARM
together with stock, crop and ma
, ehlnery. new buildings, large family
orchard, on main road. C miles rrom
Kalem for good improved half sec
, tion In Canada. , Please give full de
tails In reply If you want to be con -
stdered. "1 D. Statesman office,
Salem. - '
NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT
Notice ts hereby given, that the un
dersigned, executors of the estate
of George 8. Dow Ing. late of Marlon
. County. Oregen. deceased have il!J
In the County Court of the State of
Oregon, for Marlon County, their fi
nal account as . such executors or
said estate, and that the aame has
k ...... . a . rinal hnrinr and ex-
smlnstlon. on Monday the S
of July. 1918. at the hour of 10:30
o clock a. m. or saia uj. i
ill t.i ....liul nrliB having OD-
i ... i .i.Aiin are hereby
notified to present the aame to aaid.
court at that time. '
Dated this 19 dsy of June. ,1918.
W. H. Downing. '!
It. E. Downing, r
' Executors of the last
will and testament of
George S. Cowing de
ceased. . -s'r
C. A. Rehlbrede and
John H. McNary.
Attorneys for said estate, i : .
1J9 ACRES IN BRITISH COLUMBIA.
S -miles from town, complete witn
8 head cattle, horses, harness, wagon.
V husrsr. sleigh, cutter Implemenu.
7 etc.. $4800 1(0 seres 12, miles from
towiC well improved.
seres. 2 miles from Didsbury. SO
acres In wheat. 40 acres in barley
and oats. SO head of Durham csltle.
i , horses. 6 hogs, frame house,
large bsrn. ill machinery and Imple
ments. 919.000. 1(0 acres. .Improved.
9 miles to town, f 3000. 160 seres. Im-
v i aA (l. to iiwn S1200. 10
acres high state of cultivation 1 mile
to town. 8(400. 244L acres, well lm-
nrnved. 23 miles from town.
a. a i . mil, fa town.
1(400. (49 acres, highly Improvea.
7 head of 8horthorn cattle. 40 horses.
125 hogs, about 2000 chickens. 400
anraa In a.nn f wh.lt OatS and DaT-
lav avoallai, hlli Mines. 8 RlllCS tO
The above are a few of the trades
t k.w. .riufiiM in the Willam
ette valley. . 1 believe that I have the
largest list of Canada trades on i"
p..in. f !. alia . number or
t -rnn nrniuMlilAnii' to offer for
raaaa f W VifRirTCr. 544
State street. (Onnoslte the Court
I .OH. a '
'" YOUNG LADIES WANTED
PERMANENT j POSITIONS
NO EXPERIENCE REQUIRED
PAID WHILE! LEARNING
RAPID INCREASE IN WAGES
CALL AT TELEPHONE COMPANY
10 N. LIBERTY STREET
WANTED AT ONCE A MARRIED
man to work on farm. Principally
team work. Good wages, steady Job.
WIEiiT?lJ!N . rR AC.TM.RT GTIN-3 ,OK..A.K
work fS.36 for 9 hours. Steady time.
see j. a. .uuis, JZO State street.
WANTED OUECHANlCS IN ALL
branches of the metal trades for
emergency war work. Good wages,
good working and best climatic con
ditions." Astoria Marine Iron Works.
LOOAXBEUR7 1MCKEKS WANTED
30 acree. 2 miles eaat of Brook good
camp grounds, wood and water. We
niov you out to yard and back to
town, picking; wll last about five
weeks. Mangls Bros.. Salem, Ore.,
phone 717. .
0 CHERRY PICKERS WANTED AT
once, by S.-I. Kimball. 1 mile west
or tait-m. t-rerer those who can
handle their own ladders. Will pay
z cents, i-none &r x.
HALE AND FEMAE HELP WANTED
We nave an opening In your town
for a newspaper salesman. You
could make a good salary with our
proposition. Address "U 47 States
GOVERNMENT NEEDS 30.000 CLERKS
i Examinations everywhere July 7
Experience unnecessary. Men and
women desiring government post
tions: write for free particulars to J.
O. Leonard, (former Civil Service
Examiner). 1060 Kenols Bldg.. Wash
ington, D. Ci -
BERRY MCKE1S3 WANTED LARG-
est yard in the valley. Good camp
ing, good water, provisions on the
ground. We move you out to yard
and back to town. Picking begins
about June 25th. Register now. we
pay 1 cent with cent bonus per
pound. L. H. Roberts. R. F. D. No. 7,
phone 41F34. Salem. Oregon.
MIS CELL A K EO US.
CHERRIES FOR SALE CENTS PER
pound. G. Wl Jenkins, route 7, box
IS, Salem. 1
IF YOU WANT TO GET THJ BESi
farm paper, send 10c to iaa Pacifl
Homestead. Salem, Oregon, for a trial
subscription. Mention this ad.
FOR SALE I HAVE SEVERAL MORT
gages for sale, from 60l to 1 3.000.
first class farm security. IL M.
Hawkins. 314 Masonic Bldg.
CAPTIVITY OF THE OATMAN GIRLS
This true story C wesiern immi
gration has been carefully revised,
making a handsome little book. It
tells in graphic terms of the maar
sacre of the Oatman family, of the
escape of Lorenso, and the captivity
of Mary and Olive. Mary died of
starvation and Olive was purchased
from the Indians five years later.
The price Is 20 cents, postpaid. Ad
dress Oregon Teachers Mon.uly. Sa
IF YOU WANT TO GET THE BEST
poultry paper published send 19
cents to the Northwest Poultry
Journal. Salem. Oregon, for a trial
subwcrtptlon. Mention this add.
WOOD FOR SALE OAK GRUB AND
Fir. Locate-1 3 miles northwest of
Marion. Oregon. Address C M. Smith.
era it Ma
FOR RENT WULLEGUli'PED DAIRY
ranch with 18 cows on coast place.
where grass ts green year arouna.
ace is making good money
interested better come at once
or write E. G. Oalkins. Otis. Oregon.
FURNISHED HOUSE FOR RENT
Strictly modern Address box 373.
FOR RENT 312.50 SIX ROOM MOD
era house on paved street st 1920
South High street. E .A. Rhoten.
1141-J. any time week days.
FOR RENT COMFORTABLE ROOM
with use of bath, in modern house.
Address A. B. care Staterman.
GOOD OUTSIDE ROOM WOT WATER
heat, modern eonrenlencea. aiso In
side rooms. Close to State House.
1939 Chsmeketa. Phono 1380.
FOR RENT THE FOLLOWING :
819 Neat modern bungalow
rooms at 9(9 North 29th street. Form
erly rented for 313. Call at States
man business office or phono 23.
lis Modern 9 room house on
Cottage street, close in. Formerly
rented for $24. Call at Statesman
business office, or phono 23.
322.60 Furnished flat, modern, at
64b Ferry St. Possession to be had
June 15. Also, a furnished bungalow
for $20. possession June 17. Phone
21 or call Statesman business office.
LOST and FOUND
vol !n GOLD PIN ON CHAIN. OWN
er can have same ny laeniuyinK
and paying for this ad at the States
man oil ice. .....
FOUND CURRENCY IN WELLER
Brothers store. uww - -'y. -
or money will be given to the Red
rSuT 'Ull.IVS DARK KLLb WAI,
ah la eoiiar ana cuu. "
wsy. Phone 35.
WAKTED CH ERRI ES. HOYAL AV.
Rina-s. Ijimberts. aiem rrun -
WANTED 1 GANG EDGER AND S0OO
rt or Iso. l wire iw inrKu..v
lines. . Phone 180. . Mark Skiff.
WACTEO-IMBB rws lUKa.
...... --::--7 - . d
til usw - - " r Z . . , I
Will pay highest run pnc-. "
have anything In this line phone 593
and ask for Sam. -
HIGHEST CASH . PRICE PAID FOR
good clean rag Pressroom States
WANTED PERSONS WITH -POnT-able
sawmill to cut 200.009 feet of
timber and about 5009 ties. Twice as
much more In same locality. Ad
dres F. W. Kelly, route 1. Gervals.
MONET TO LOAN
FEDERAL FARM LOANS
Farmere desiring Federal fnnds f'J''!
Itohrnaieoi. m m""""- -
- ' - . . . ii....t. T.mm. n&
earning good salary would like to
correspond with refined middle aged
lady. Address Box 17. Sclem, Or.
SHIPfS AUTO SERVICE CITY . AND
country trips.. Phone Day, 963J
TIW K RK.PA I H KI V I'LC A X I ZIXO
GATES HALF-SOLE TIRE SERVICE
Station 177. South Commercial St,
phone 423. ;
Q1TACKENBUSH AUTO SUPPLY AND
Vulcanising. 219 North Commercial
street. Phone . .
WATT SHIPP CO. RETREADS AND
sections, tubes 25c up. Service car.
Phone 3(2. 124 South Commercial
BRACK ETT & GRAY TUBES VUL-
canlsed. 25c Retreading our specie
ty. Free service car. Phone 1400.
279 North Commercial.
DR. F. la UTTER. DENTIST. ROOMS
413-414 Bank of Commerce Building.
R HARK. TEACHER OF PIANO.
DR. U O. ALTMAN. HOMEOPATHIC
Physician. Office and residence 24
North Liberty. Salem, phone 147.
BROTHERHOOD OF YOKJ4A9
MEETS EVERY WEDNESDAY EVEN
Ing in Masonic Temple, fifth floor, at
t o'clock. All visiting members wel
come. Horace Sykes. Foreman. W.
H. Prunk. Correspondent.
modern Woodmen of America
Oregon Cedar Camp. No. (24S. meets
every Thursday evening at 8 o'clock
In Derby building, corner Court and
High streets. H. F. Day,' V. C; J. A.
COU W. F. WRIGHT. AUCTIONEER
Farm sales a specialty. Turner, uro
ron AUTO DELIVERY
BAGGAGE AND PARCELS DELIVER
ed any place, city or country. Phone
S4 or 2081-R. W. W. Fisher.
DR. O. U SCOTT. D. C, GRADUATE OF
P. B. C Chtropractlcs fountain head.
Davenport, Iowa. Chiropractle cor
rects the cause of disease. Off too
404-7-8. O. a. N. Bank BuHdlag.
Phone 87. Raaldenee 82A-TL
DRAYS AND EXPRESS
CAPITAL CITY TRANSFER COMPANY
Phono 9X3. Salem's largest and beet
equipped transfer company. Got our
reduced freight ratea oa eastern
shipments. Also for storage as we
have three warehouses la connection
with business. Furniture moving,
packing, shipping and storing our
specially. Office 1(1 South Commer
COT MESH PHYSICIAN.
DR. I. ML HUM CURES ANT KNOWN
disease. 153 8. UiPtt St. Phone 383.
DRY Ci.KAN.NO AND PRESSING
JAPANESrf PRESSING PARLORS F.
A. Watanabe. Pron- 434 N. Commer
cial St. Ladles' and gentlemen's
suits cleaned and pressed. SL3i and
8L75. Work called for and delivered
free. Telephone Mala n.
INSURE YOUR AUTOMOBILE AGAIN-
at fire, theft and accident. A. C
Kohrnstedt. Agent. 401 Masonic Tem
ple. Salem. Oregon.
TUNIC WANTED WE PAT HIGHEST
price ror junk or every auaa. iei us
make' you a prlos oa your houeet.old
goods. The "Square Dear
Capital Junk Co, 271
Street. Phone 898.
"CLEAN WHITE HAS PROVEN BUC-
eeasfuL Appuea aero or- ooia ior
bomo use. Sanitary Beauty Parlors,
338 Hubbard Bldg.
SALEM STEAM LAUNDRYQUICK
delivery and carer ui wort iry
wash Sc per pound. 138 South Lib
erty street Ffaono 25.
HOME WET WASH LAUNDRY REO
ular washlnr done at a rate every
body can afford. For only $9. cents
wa will collect, wash and deliver
your washing within twenty-four
hours. Phone 2471.
WE DO MACHINERY REPAIRING OF
all kinds, automobile repairing, oxy
acetylence welding, gaa engine re-
pairing, model and experimental
l..v Tara Xfaehlna Shoo. D. B.
Urowa. prop. 258 Chemeketa St, 8a-1
DR. W. U MERCER. GRADUATE
American School Osteopathy. Klrks
vilie. Mo.; treats acute and chronle
disease. OIHce 404-405 U. L Na
tional Bank Bldg. Phone 919. Resi
dence 419 Ncrth Summer. Phono 414.
WHITE A WALTON. OSTEO-
s D-.tBie pnysicans ana surgeon.
Graduates of the American Schools of
Osteopathy. Klrksvllle. Mo. Post
KTsduate and special i sea in rmmi.
diseases at Los Angeiee tJouege.
wm a ti I a and chronic diseases.
orfi.-ea 505-9-7-8. U. S. National
u.k Ride-. Phone 859. Residence,
ias Court street Phone 2215. Dr.
White, residence phoa 4(9.
SECOND HAJTD OOODI
WE BUT AND SELL SECOND HAND
goods of all kinds, pipe f Ullage, aar
neea. collars, collai pada. too la.
chains Fred tchindler. 954 Center
NEW YORK MARKETS.
NEW YORK. June 19. Hops, nn-
. . .
B ..a. - -
ALWAYS PICK TUB UEST-HOUSE
hold goods specialties; storage park
Ing. . shipping and movlna. horse
and uto vans; special freight rates
to all points. C O. Pick Transfer
Storage Co.. 2nd and Pine streets.
Portland. Oregon. Broadway 594. A
WEBB C LOUGH C. B. WEBB, A. St.
uoofn, runerei eurectora. Latest
modern methods known to the pro
fession. 497 Court street.
TRANSFER tf AtTLIilO
AUTO TRUCK SERVICE. ANT KIND
of hauling. Household
moving lobe done prompt
ly. Try me once. Tlmme.
471 State St Phono 9(3. Beside oe
WALL PAPER. F A1JTT
GLENN U ADAMS FOR HOUSE DEC-
hanging, etc. Work done by contract
or aay; gooo worxman. Location
111! CanUr BC Phono (It-W.
TEN CENTS A DOUBLE ROLL AND
upward for choice Wall Paper at
Buren'a Furniture Store, 179 Com
BE 19 PORTER FOR PAINTS WAUL
Paper and Picture Framing. Good
workmen. '415 Court fit. Phono 411.
SALEM WATER CO. OFFICE. 891
Commercial street. For water service
apply at office. Make all complaints
at the office. No deductions la bills
will be allowed for absence or for
any causes whatever unless water Is
cut off from premises. Hereafter
water foe Irrigation will only be
furnished to regular customers using
water for domes tie purposes. Con
tractors for sidewalks, brick work,
or plastering, will please read "for
building purposes" under schedule of .
ratea. Apply at office for copy.
WOVEN WIRE FENCING
Depot XattoMl A American Fei
all slssa. M la. M In. high.
Paiata, Oil aad Varaiekw .
tsrree RebaJlt ss4 Repaired)
Lewaaberry ssi Hep Heoka,
SaJeaa Fence Jk Steve Works.
334) Oart St. Pfceae 12-4
! SALEfJ filARKETS
Trcgs and l'oultry.
Broilers. 20c to 22c.
Ilensc, 18c to 20c
Old roosters. 13c to 15c.
Pork, Mutton and Beef,
Pork on foot. 15c to ISc.
Ewes, 5c to 7c.
Veal, dressed, 14c
Spring lamb, 12c to 13c
Beef steers, 7 to 9c; cows, 4 to 7c.
Cheat, per ton, f 21.
Clover, per ton, $20.
Vetch, per ton, $22.;
Wheat. $1.85 to $1.87.
Mill Feeds, RetalL
Bran, per ton, $38.
Shorts, per ton, $38.-
Vf IOl8ALK TO DEALERS.
Country batter. 45c.
Creamery batter, 45c
Bntterfat, f. o. b. aSlem, 42c
Salmon Trout, 30c
Red Cod, lie
Salmon. Chinook, 25c
Strawberries. $2.00 to $2.25.
Tomatoes (crate) $1.75 to $2.25.
Grape Fruit. $4.50 to $7.75.
Lemons. $9.50 to $11.00.
Bananas, 8 He lb.
New potatoes, 3 He.
Peas. 11 c
Cabbage. 3c to 3 He.
Onions (imported) $1.85.
Onions (home-grown) $1.25.
Turnips, 2 to 2 He
Creamery butter, 50c
Flour, hard wheat. $2.80 to $3.
Flour, valley, $2.5 Oto $2.0.
Sugar, cane nd beet, 11 lb. $1.
Potatoes, sack lots, $l.z.
r PORTLAND MARKETS 1
PORTLAND. June 19. June de-
llverr: Oats. No. 2 feed. $59.50 bio;
barley, standard feed. $50: barley. A
brewing $52. Eastern oats and corn
in hulk Bids: Oats. No. 3 white.
154? SS-oonnd dinned, white. $55:
rorn. No. 3 yellow. $3; No. 3 mixed.
$61; oats. No. 3. $54: clipped. $55:
wllow $63: mixed. $S1. Oats.
30 days No. 2. $9.50; barley feed.
$50; brewing, $52-
Butter Prints, extras. 44?45e;
cubes, extras. 42; prime firsts. 41c;
Butterfat Portland delirery: No.
1 sour cream. 43c
Selling price Locals. $101.50;
new Calif ornias. 3Q3Hc .
Osborne Fire Finder
Proves of Great Value
PORTLAND. Or- June 19. The I
imooruc nr.- nu. r
. mt A hai tvan BflADlnl
-. -- a . .
hr the forest service or tie L'a
States Department oi Agncuuur
-,aa -nnlnm.nt for lookout sta
.i.anl fnr lookout SI a-
tlons on the national forests or the
country, according to a letter rc?iv-
i k- i.i.tri-t Forester Corge H.
from the forests at Washing-
hnra Ir' Of FOrtianQ. BH itcm
tried out successfully on the summit
of Mt. Hood and at numerous other
lookout stations In various parts or
the North Pacific district for several
aasons.j Fires more than fifty mtles
distant have been accurately located
from Mt. Hood by means of the In
strument. . .
More than 350 Hre finders now
STORAGE AXD TRANSFER
WANTED SiKALL BUNQALOW.
furnished or partly furnished pre
ferred, aaraae and carden spot de
sired If possible. Address P. O. box
93. Salem. Or.
DO NT YOU KNOW THAT IF YOU
wish to buy. selL or exchange any
kind of realty you should go right
Into an office or the Oregon neaiiy
Kxchansre Investment Co. Inc? why
Because they put the buyer, seller,
and exchanger of realty together,
and charge no commission. Salem.
office, Breyman Bldg.
FOR SALE MODERN EIGHT ROOM
house, and lot 9158; located at cor
ner of 15th and State. Phone 1172-J
or write Mrs. Robert Eakln. Salem.
WANTED AN EQUITY IN A GOOD
I or I room modern house with good
yard, for Canadian land, also some
thing similar lor w acres wen leasea
for cash S years and renumeratively.
See Fleming Realty Co, 311 State
street or phone 303.
WANTED A GOOD VACANT LOT OR
unincumbered land for an equity In
bungalow property, what have you?
See Wm. Fleming. 341 State street.
I HAVE A CLIENT WHO DESIRES TO
purchase from 20 to 40 acres, well
im Droved, south of Salem. John H-1
Scott, 404 Hubbard Bldg.
I HAVE A GOOD 25 AND 39 ACRE
farm I consider a bargain, and de
sirably located. 82300. easy terms.
V,,r nn, of limited means this Is
choice deal. Two 5 room bungalows
one very choice on Installment plan.
per rent, ree wm. r leming,
State. Dont phone on this.
FOR SALE A NEW STRICTLY FIVE-
room modern bungalow not rar
awav from car line, or business dis
trict Csn't be dupucatea tor less
than 82.200. The lot worth 8500. To
see is to bur It. All goes for 21(90.
must be sold. Small casn payment
down. G. W. Laflar. 494 Hubbard
Bldg.. phone 1(44 or 2022.
for SALE OR RENT I HAVE TWO. I
one five and one six room houses
for rent, also three fine lots for sale. I
Also in room strlctlv modern new
house good location and fine lot all
it bedrock prices. Investigate this.
G. W. Laflar. 40 Hubbard Building.
A GOOD BTX"-(xl0 FEET ON EAST
Ida Commercial street, one door
north of State street Salem, together
wi--j vwpwma. na. w wz vvr i
14x(9 4k feet tract extending rrom l
rty to state street Terms
ippiy Bwtt tsosortn. is.-
sorth. 791-2 Spauldiag
Bldg, Portland, Oregon.
89 ACRES IN POLK COUNTY (9
acres In cultivation, good set build
ings, all fenced, fine water system,
family orchard, to exchange for
smaller clace. or part In city property. I
See Perrme A Masters. 402 Hubbard I
Bldg, phone 997.
WOULD TRADE MY 99 ACRE FARM
together with stock, crop and ma
chinery, new buildings, large family
orchard, on main road. 9 miles from
Salem for good Improved half sec
tion In -Canada. Please give full de
tails, in reply If you want to be con
sidered. "L D." Statesman office,
FARM LAND BARGAINS
29S acres of which 299 are subject to
Irrigation. Includes eight acres of
prunes. 5 acres of spples and two
acres of pears. Situated In splendid
community. Worth $10,009. price
$17500. A. C Bohrnstedt 491 Ma
sonic Temple. Salem. Oregon.
Snaps 39 ACRES GOOD LAND. NEW
house, a rooms piastereo. not ana
cold water and bath, some orchard
and berries, must sell. 82300. one
third cash, terms to suit on beJ
S 1-2 acres close to Biivertoa,
land, new house, on hard surface
road runnlnsr water piped to hou
and yard, good outbuildings and crop
In. 81050. take Ford part pay. F. L.
Wood. Bayno Bldg.
SALE 49 ACRES OF GOOD
trees. 19 acres in bearing. 12 acres
plow land. 5 acres of timber. 2 acres
pasture, price $4499. 1(9 acre farm
all la crop., good buildings. $125 an
acre: 79 acre farm, all In crop, good
buildings, stock and farming tools,
price 911990. 129 acres in Tillamook
county to exchange for valley farm
or acreage near Salem. 232 acres In
Lake countjr to exchange for Im
proved acreage or prune orchard.
(49 acres In Lake county to exchange
for stock ranch. W. H. Orabenhorst
A Co, 275 "State street phone 2315.
398 ACRES 1H MILES FROM STA-
tlon. 290 cultivated, IS pasture, moo
era new 7 room house. 2 barns, silo,
59 acres clover, annual Income $8,590.
price $100 per acre. 299 acres. 23S
cultivated. 29 pasture 1 miles from
station, fair Improvements, price $75
per acre. (9 acres bottom, 29 culti
vated. 39 stump pasture. 2 miles of
town, exchange for valley farm else
where, price $9,900. 99 acres. 99 cul
tivated. 25 In fruit 39 timber and
stump pasture, fair Improvements. 5
miles from Salem, will exchange for
Southern Oregon, will assume, price
$13,000.' 290 acres. 259 cultivated. 49
pasture, well waiereo. gooa improve-
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824 000. 220 acres Alts, canaoa. ex -
rhinrt for valley rsneti or saiero
residences not over $4,004. 339 acres
Lake County. Oregon. Improved, ex-
Kaaa-a fnr VallSV rSBCh. BOt OVCr
35.900. 10 acrea with modern 7 room I
houae. 4 blocks or Baietn ear line,
.trhmri for 92.004 residence and
mortgage for difference, price $4.(50.
Socolofsky. 341. State street
LOOK AT THIS A REAL
About 499 acres of choice Polk conn
ty lead about III
acres la stump
ut 119 acres clear: about 59 n4lt on. now Insolvent, are attempt-S-tTsst'Vri
otk'-grut ing to evade the corporation comm..
ie worth $19,999. New four, aioner. realising that they would o
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I rinh.p ln, worth 919.999. New four
I rnoia, Vlliai - a -
lroom hW)M. mw 4iry bus. jrctMintl
for is fV, Jr. ".':.!: .il.
I pen ana new n.n mv-m- -----
- 1 pea
from fine spring to all ouuainga. wiui
all the whole at a great Bargain
Very easy lermn per cen vr.
Aoorees la. wWr. w-i -w
llv to equip all the more Important
lookout points on the national lor
ests which have suitable housing fa
cilities, with them. The Instrument
complete costs about $48.
In addition to Its use by the fed
eral forest service, the f're fipdr !
used by the Canadian forest service
and a number of associations or pn
t ate timber and land owners in their
THIN?S jHAT wkver happen
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A FlNC BUNCM-A-LOAftRS
POK ItitY OLHoMI TO
PLAl I N
NOTICE TQ CXIXTRACTORS.
. The Oregon State Highway Com-
mission will receive proposals at 1301
Yeon building. Portland. Oregon, at
11 a. m., Tuesday, June 25, 191.
for eighteen miles of hardsurfaclng
on the Pacific Highway between Sa
lem and Aurora, In Marion county.
The work will be let la two units
of 7.35 miles and 10.65 miles, re
spectively. Bids wll b recelYed on
For full particulars, kindly call at
Room 303 Capitol building, offlc
of the State Highway Engineer, Sa
lem, where specifications and all de
tails may be seen.
No guarantee of workmanship
material or maintenance bonds will
be required and a special price of $2
barrel fob Oswego will be
Pr. r J: ' JZTf
made on the purchasing of cement
State Highway Commission
. - . of Oregon. .
S. Benson, Chairman.
W. L. Thompson. Commissioner.
R. A. Booth, Commissioner. .
State Highway Engineer.
Salem, Oregon. June 13. 1918.
fire protectiTe work In various parts
of the West
Foresters In various parts of the
world have shown their Interest In
the Instrument by writing to the dis
trict forester for information about
IL One request for Information was
received recently from the conserva
tor of forests of Australia.
Is on Trail of Operators
H. J. Schulderman .state corpora
tion commissioner, is hot on the trail
of a certain sauve and clever vender
of corporation stock who has been
making illegitimate sales or shares
In companies that are said to be of
questionable character. Schulder
man Is grimly determined to catch
his man and believes he will hare
him located In a short' time. The
flitting salesman has been heard of
in Portland. Salem and other cities
and among those to whom he has
sold stock sre prominent Portland
business men who, Mr. Schulderman
says, ought to know better.
A trick or this particular salesman
Is to dispose of the stock and then
promise certain discounts on goods
handled by the company he claims
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aa, a s m a -aai bb -v w s- a. m
to represent it his victims will payi, -This department la making
I . .
1 aown on tne snara purcnasv
Other ouack stock salesmen also
are operating In the state, the com
mUsloner says. Schulderman gives
no names of persons he believes to
have been bilked, nor the names of
corporations the agents claim to rep
resenL He . however, that oil
and minlg stocks are being mailed
In from outside the state and dlspos
ed or In Oregon. Some or the agents
are believed to be fakirs or the first
watr. Others are said to represent
comnanies that may have been In
good standing at some time m tne
I - ... .. . ... . .
I aioner. realising mat tney wouia "
..fnI(j permits to operate In the
I tt if thev applied to that official
. I . . . .i t. t
xne lueinon oi aw -
i r-maa a short time In each town.
. few -barw of Stock. .thn
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out of the state before they can b
The men are usually very de-
wr - aaM Schulderman yesterday.
and gullible persons buy their so
called stock without a thought of In
vestlgstlon. I vrsnt the people to
know thst this ornce Is here to In
vestigate surh concerns and persons
thinking of buvtng stock should rind
out here whether thci tare permits
V I VI A
HEAT SENDS UP
Corn and' Oats Strong on
Drought Damage in
CHICAGO, June 19. Hot weather
and drought impairing the promise
or a record-breaking crop of oats had
a conspicuous part today In forcing
sharply higher prices on grain. The
close was strong with corn up IV
to 2 e net at $1.43 to $1.4C for
July, and $1.47 ror August. Oats
gained to 3 e. and provisions 20
Oats took ' the leadership away
rrom corn, both as to volume or bus
iness and as to upturns In value.
The principal bullish factor was the
government weekly report which
showed that actual damage had been
done In Kansas, Missouri and Mon
tana, and that rain was needed In
some of the central states. Inas
much as heretofore prices had been
virtually based on a perfect crop out
look, buying on a big sca!e devel
oped and the advance received addi
tional! mpetus from export purchas
ing. Besides, arrivals were scantv
and consignment notices Indicated
but little likelihood or any immediate
Increase. Under such circumstance-,
reactins proved nlmportant, and
the market closed at the topmost
level or the day.
Corn sympathised "l b the ad
vance In oats, although no injury to
corn was mentioned in the govern
ment advices. On the other hand,
however, expectations were for de
creased receipts of corn.
Provisions rose with grain, de
spite weakness of hogs,
Fire MartKal Tells Majors of
Danger of Clandestine
Work by Enemies,
Stats Fire Marshal Wells has sent
a letter to ail uregon mayors urg
ing them to prohibit the sale and
use of firecrackers and fireworks! for
use- In Fourth of July celebrations.
Numerous requestes have been (re
ceived by the fire marshal asking
that this be done. His letter
IT . , .w .
I special appeal to the mayors of Ore-
I KOn to assist In the waging or a cam-
paign for a safe and sane Fourth of
Action along this line la partic
ularly desirable at this time, because
ot the advantage some persons might
be disposed to take or this opportun
ity, under the guts of a patriotic
demonstrationto Inflict untold dam
ate on property and war supplies by
explosions resulting la disastrous
-In line with this appeal and la
harmony with the action taken by
other mayors ot the state, yon are
respectfully urged to Issue a proc
lamation prohibiting the sale and use
ot fire-works of all discriptions
whatsoever, la celebration or this la-,
. "Tour cooperation will contribute
largely to the protection ot all fool
supplies, wa materials and other
resslties necessary to suport our beys
.What a 'splendid army ot yotisg
men -who have become of age since
June 1917, and have registered for
service. The War of the Rebellion
was fought and won by men under
21 years or age- Hundreds of
thousands are -now escer to Join In
the battle for the civilisation ot the
4 none z. or 2SI.