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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURtf AC, SALEM, OREGON. THURSDAY. FEB. 3. 1916.
Did It Ever Happen to You?
By Mort Burger
NEW TODAY i
CLASSIFIED -ADVERTISTNO RATES
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'I THOUGHT fccO
County Fruit Inspector
Gives Advice on Spraying
University of Idaho
Will Play at Dallas
(Capital Journal Special Service.)
Dallas, Or., Feb. 3. The next bas
ketball name of interest to the citizens
of Dallas will be. played on the local
floor on the evening of February 10th,
when the, Dallas team will meet the
of the organism causing the , swlt 01 lllL 1 .niversny or maao,
whether it be nn insect or n "." re to Pllly 11 serien of Karnes in
intromit parts or too valley. i-or tne
Insecticides. I "l" , , , I ,
I to ilo some of the hardest worl; m its
the head of insci-tisides nro ; li!)lm.v a0 nB. to ,c ,ie piu nf
eonilition when the clash conies with
To nmlor.Htnn,l the gen-! the Idaho quintet. J lie game last f ri-
ilay nignt between lianas and me
Chumnwa Indian si-honl resulted in a
victory for the home leani by a score
of 21 to 23. Had the game been two
minutes longer it is possible that the
Spiaving time of y:-nr is new upon I should be applied and the proper spray
us. anil C. O. Constable, , cuiiitv fruit to be used is determined by the lite
inspector, has prepared two uvtu'l .3 on j history
the Mihicct. The first ac icle is as : trnulili
ftdlntrs: I fungus or bacterial disease
Spraying Is A Vi'itl Problim. I
Mnnv of the orehardis's ar.' nnwl 1'nd
(mailing suitable weather coii.lit t.i J i,,,-1 n I.-.l sprays used primarily to com
l" Sinn UIVIl n'iat jmiifij",. .,1,1. in .
I lieiu Know iust what llu-v are truing I "ut "'wets.
to sprav fur, but some do rot, mid I ' cnil priiu-iple which underlies the
tl-iiili nu article which was w-i'ten by select inn of the proper remedy to be
1'iof. A. If. Cordley of t!i'- Oregon used for any particular insect, one has
.i icultuie College will be i.f gient only to know that nearly all insects
" 't t"e novice -at lie ) .nwn.-i, .oi I'"--1 score might have been in favor of the
h.'tVH ....... H . ..v h ...
Knowledge of n inultiolicitv nf sect and sucking insci-ts. :
sprays is not essential to success in l-'ood I'oisons. For combating cliew
M.ni'vinL'. Koiiiiined with an uinb-r- i"L' insects, that those that actually
Hlaiiding of the range of usefulness of chew mid swallow the tissues of the
three or four standard M-iavs, with a plant on which they feed, a poisr.tr
good pump, and a deterininatioii to do must be used. The surface of the parts Circuit Judge U. II. licit suspended
a thnrouuh work, one is well fortified, ' of the plants on w hich sucli'feeds must the sentence of Herman lloyt, who had
as mav be, against orchard pests and be coated or sprayed with some poison-1 pleaded guilty to a charge of stealing
LARGE CROWD PRESENT
AT Y. M. C. A, BASKFr
: BAIL LEAGUE GAMES
Bankers and Druggists Still
Hold Lead Stenographers
EUGENE IS CRIPPLED
Standing of Teams.
Capital Xational Bank.. 5
Fry's Drug Store 5
Capital Business College 4
I'riee Shoe Co. ........ S
Watt Shipp Co 2
standard Cleaners 1
Hauser Bros 0
A crippled basketball team will prob
ably represent Eugene hi the game at
Salem, next Saturday night. Eugene is
scheduled to play a return game with
the capital city five, which defeated
Kugene players here in the early part
of the season.
Manerud and Callison, forward and
guard on the team, have been unable to
practice for the lust week on account
of the grip. Coach Fenton doubts it
they will be in condition to play Sat
urday. The team is weak on substi
tutes And the line-up for the Salem
game has not been chosen.
Ashland is scheduled to play Eugene
next Friday uigiit in the high school
gymnasium, in the recent trip to the
southern part of the state, Kugene lost
by the score of, 'M to IS. Eugene
I Indians as they picked up courage in
the last half of the game and threw
baskets at will.
Hoyt Released on Probation.
It should first be thoroughly under
stood that spraying is not a cure all.
There lire inaiiy diseases and some in
sect troubles of tin- orchard for which
spraying is of no value, either as a
preventative or cure.
l-'ortunnlely, most of the important
orchard peals nud diseases may be held
under control by proper spraying. It
is import it ii t to note, however, that in
order to do effective spraying against
anv pest, it is essential tuat the pro
ami killing n heifer belonging to II. (!.
Campbell, Monday afternoon. Hoyt
was suspected ot killing the animal a
ous substance which will not injure the
plant, yet will kill I lie insects which
teed niiuii the parts thus coated.
(a) Arsenate of Lend. Arsenate ot j week ago and a search was made ol
lead is now the chief poison used in the placo on which he is located and
spraying for codling moth. Many coin'-1 he butchered carcass of the animal
nieniiil brands are to I had, and so found under a pile of hay. The meat
far us our observations go, all are was later on returned to the family
reasonably pure. .The various brands by Mr. Campbell who had found them
may, however, be arranged into two, to be in a destitute condition. At his
more or less definate groups, wMch trial lloyt declared that he stole the
mav be termed tbe Acid Arsenates and heifer to provide food for his wife and
the neutral or normal or Ortho Arsen- six children who were in n starving
r sprav bo used at the proper time ntes. While the evidences is not eon- condition. In suspending the sentence
for that particular pest. A spray elusive, it appears to be true that the Judgo Belt said that lie would after
which is effective against one pest! acid arsenates cniinot so well be used six months, continue, the case ngain
may bo totally ineffective against ' with the liiue sulphii.- solutions as enn' unless lloyt got into some other
another, even if' applied at the jjioper the neulial niwnntis. trouble. Ilo will be required to pay
time. The. proper spray for any pest; Most inaniifacturers advise the use for the animal he killed before the ex
npplied at the wrong time is lis use-j of three pounds of arsenate of lead to piration of tho six months. I'pon his
less as no spraying at nil. fifty gallons of water. We have release from jail lloyt returned to his
It is, therefore, of prime importance found that two pounds are sufficient family.
that every grower should know what in the Willamette ' alley.
diseases nud insects are prevalent in If it is desii1 to use a combined Out For Treasurer.
his district: that he mav be able to insecticide and fuugicid .-, arsenate of J. IT. Brown, the well-known resident
recognize them when he sees them, and lend may be nd-l- d to bordeaux or (f tho Salt Creek neighborhood has
limc-sulplini' aoiuuou in me Mum- pm- niiiiuuiiccu nis canuiiincy lor couiiiy
portion as when water is used. I treasurer on the republican ticket,
('nut net Insecticides. For combating Thus far Mr. Brown is the onlv nor-
sucking insects, thnt i;. those with sui k son of either party to announce their
ing mouth parts which pierce me piuiii candidacy for tins ottice
upon which they Je-'-i ami suck u
juices, a sprav must be used whi-h will
kill such insests by rctin-r externally
practice the proper method of control
The proper time at winch a spray
$100 Reward, $100
The renders of this paper will b
pleased to Iniirn that there Is at least one
ill-ended disease Hint science has been
Hhle to cure In all Us slnK', and (hut Is
Cutnrrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is the only
positive cure now known to the niejleiil
liaternlty. Catarrh belnn n constitutional
disease, requires a constitutional treat
ment. Hall s Catarrh Cure Is taken In-t-rniilly,
acting directly upon the Wood
and mucous surfaces o( the system, therein-
destroying the foundation of the dis
ease, and tiivlnn the patient strength by
biilldlnir up the constitution and assisting;
rmliircln doing Us work. The proprietors
linve so much faith In Its curative pow
ers that they offer One Hundred Dollars
tor any case that It fulls to cure. Send
(or list ot testimonials. .
AAddnsi: F. J CIIKNKY tt CO. Tolodo, O.
l,y nil liniueliti. 7f,c.
Take lull's fatuity Tills for t miration
Fuller and Stafrin Seek Office.
W. V. Fuller of this citv has an
their bodies, sincr ihey secure Out nouneed his intention of becoming a
fi o,l from benenth the Mirtace nnd can- candidate fur the office of Joint
aid be made to eat puis iis. A spray of Heproseutntivo of Folk and Lincoln
this sort is known u.i a fiiitac. in- counties on tho republican licket. Con
Bandits Attempt Theft
rail Stafrin has also announced his
candidacy for representative of I'oll;
county on the republican ticket. Mr
Stafrin announces that if elected hi.-
f Arliinn In IliimnnrlC platform will be one of strict economy
m luuuac ui iiiuuviiuo ,,,, fhnt h0 wiII lllVt( m,.
Ouklnnd; ful., Feb. .1. With Ser-
with frcck legislation.
nothing to do
With the largest number of spectators
since the opening night of the Commer
cial Basketball league, the regular se
ries was played nt the Y. M. f. A. gym
last night. The Capital National bank
find Fry's drug store tennis continue
at the top of the heap each with n per
centage of .S".1!. The Capital Business
college team dropped a game to the
Bishops last night and lost, their place
with the league leaders. In the game
between the bankers and the cleaner:
the gasoline slingers lend until the last
few minutes of play when Baker toss
ed through a few timely baskets.
The scores follow:
Watt Shipp Co. Fry's Drug Store.
Ross.... F "... Brooks (4)
(iaiilsdorf F MrKinley (2)
Rowland (2) C Whitney ()
Moorman 0 Minton, Joe
Fuhrer 0 Hill
Final score: Watt Sliipp Co., 2; Fry's
Drug Store. 12.
Roseburg After Salein.
The Roseburg high school basketball
team left this morning for a series of
.(il)ligaines at Medford and Asiiluuil. The
.500 1 boys leave with a determination to wui
.3:1.1 1 the southern Oregon championship and
.Kill on their, return, if successful south,
.000 will claim the state championship, un
less the honor is wrested from them by
some northern team on tho local or a
neutral floor. At present tho Salem
team is the only contestant between
Roseburg and the championship and al
though this quintet has administered
a beating to the locals, the high school
boys feel confident that can the cap
ital squad be induced to come to Rose
burg that the scores can be evened.
Salem, however, docs not seem disposed
to risk her laurels unless she can make
an extended tour through the southern
part of the stute, which will cost a
large sum of money and which wiil be
impossible for the local team to raise,
although they can stand their share of
the expense provided arrangements
can bo made with Medford and Ash
land to pay enough to make up the re
mainder of Salem's demands. Ruse
l'rice Shoe Co. lfauser Bros.
Shafer CXI F Manning
Brill l l.!) F Wood
I'tter C) f Miller
Mot'fett (4) 0 Do Lapp
l.eisey O Welbnrne
Filial score: Price Shoo Co., 211:
Hauser Bros., C.
Capital Business College. Bishops.
Turner (2) F Radeliff (7)
Cox (it) F Ranvseycr (S)
Minton, Men ( I) . .C. Seninster (S)
Cooper Ci I.uckcr
Mueller ( Sweeney
Final score: Bishops, 23; Capital
Business College, !;
Capital Nat. Bank. Standard Cleaners.
, .( '.
.. Hart (2)
. .. Gardner
17; Standard Cleaners, 11
Capital National Bank,
Officials: E. 1.. Matthews, referee;
H. S. Radeliff, timer; Oscar B. Ging
Greet President Today
(Continued From Page One.)
Willard Signs Articles.
Chicago, Feb. 3. Jess Willard today
signed to tight Frank Moran, March 17
tor iM 7,500, Moran to receive $20,000.
The Rii hard-McCraeken syndicate is
staging the affair and a $2000 forfeit
has been posted. Tne Willurd-UUlon
scrap has been abandoned.
In addition to the purse, tho largest
ever given for a ten round go, Wil
lard will get ol per cent of the movie
leceipts. Twenty thousand dollars will
be posted in New Vork Wednesday
wilh Bob Vernor the remaining $2"i,Oob
will be handed to Willard as he enters
the ring. Tin- other ir'2.i00 of the .$17,
"00 is the forfeit.
Tad Jonos Will Coach.
New Haven, Conn., Feb. 3. 'Tad"
Jones, famous Yale quarterback will
come to New llnveu within a month to
begin preliminary work on the turning
out of a crack Blue football eleven
for next fall. His appointment as foot
ball coach for three years has been
officially confirmed, it was announced
Palo Alto, Cal., Feb. 3. Athletic re
lations between Stanford nud Califor
nia have been definitely reestablish
ed. This was the result made possible
today by tho announcement that the
student body of Stanford had ratified
by a vote of 404 to 05 the agreement
with the Blue and Gold whereby Stan
ford ngrees to bar froshmcn from inter
collegiate competition. The forlorn
hope led by Dannv Carroll, cantain
of last year's Rughy fifteen, .who day. Ho escaped
fought the agreement bitterly, was of
The California student body execu
tive committee has also ratified the
agreement, but the Berkeley students
have not yet voted on it.
Tacoma, Wish., Feb. 3. Unlike the
soldiers in Kurope, who are always dig
ging themselves in, citizens of Tacoma
early today began the task of digging
themselves out. Snow drifts to the
depth of six feet or more were every
where in evidence.
The city was as silent as a tomb. An
occasional automobile could be seen-l
slipping and sliding alon? the down
town street!, but nk a street car w
Long lines of early workers trudged
along abandoned street car tracks from
the outlying se-tions and others wal
lowed and floundered through billows
of 9110W th.it lay waist deep ou less fre
quented streets. There was no wind
this morning ami the temperature was
niodrate, with every indication of more
snow during tho day.
No deaths or serious accidents duo to
the storm havo teen reported in spite
of the confusion on downtown streets
during the height of the storm late yes
terday. Damage to property is not be
lieved to be heavy.
Like Dakota Blizzard.
Tho snow storm, which raged with
all the violence of a Dakota blizzard
yesterday, put traction service out of
commission and crippled telephone and
telegraph communication and transcon
tinental rojds arc unable to get a
single train over the Cascades. No
mails are being lcccived from the cast.
I.usiiiess is almost nt a standstill ow
ing to the conditions of tbo streets, al
though hundreds of siiovclers are busy
today laboring with the vast accumula
tion of snow. Schools were oponed to
day but tho attendance is expected to
be very slight owing to the huge drifts
in the risdencc sections.
The snow ceased early last night, but
with its cessation the wind rose and
the two foot mantle that covered the
ground was soon in motion. Drifts
were died up everywhere and traction
officials, after battling with tho ele
ment for several hours with snow
plows and gangs of men, finally threw
up tiio sponge and admitted themselves
worsted. A score of cars were off the
tracks in various parts of the city.
Seattle Cars Blocked.
Seattle, Wash., Feb. 3 Five hundred
street ear employes, were kept working
all of last night and today in an ef
fort to make headway against the snow
and ice blocked tracks.
On many lines the attempt was to
clear enough trackage to get the ma
roond cars thrjiigh to the barns. Be
cause the cars were isolated nt various
parts of the city, it was practically Im
possible to make headway with snow
Many of the oars have been brought
in today, but t litre were still enough
out to make clearing with snow plows
Many shovel gangs kept the cablo
lines cleared, but they were forced to
use salt to keep the slots open.
St. James cathedral the finest edifice
of its kind in tho west, and one of tho
finest in America, 11 replica of the fa
mouse St. James of Rome, is a partial
wreck today. Its great central dome
collapsed late yesterday, under the
pressure of snow on the roof. The dam
age is $7."),000.
ROUTED BANDIT WITH SHEARS
Venice, Cal., Feb. 3. Suddenly con
fronted by a masked bandit flourishing
a big revolver, Tom Arnold, night clerk
at tho Waldorf hotel, drew his trusty
from beneath tho counter and chased
the highway man seven blocks early to-
geunt Herbert J. Thornbury sufter.ng Mrs A Tj M,irtill. nn,, 8sh.lv Mi
from a serious wound 111 the shoulder Nm)m. Si,oU ri,tlml(i, Mom,av f,m u
and one bandit in custody, the police UwU in ,,ort.
MUST BE SOLD AT OJIttiWXV.. ,..
unainoml ,0 inerv uen- , s,, " , msnwtl visitor Tiiesdav.
" we ..? .- .
) 1 , 11 t..-..i. ii...di-v this week trom a short business visit
uirccieu 111 i'iiiiivi ai' ",
The owner of a choice, close in 10-
"O , v ho courn e e? tffrn't U -H
mrvwho attacked tho bandit . - V. t uller and A, L. Mart,,,
.... ... p ,.! trio single handed prevented them from ''l TV
requests us to sell his 10 acre tract nt, )(. As :, wn, (,in- '""'S the Oregon Je
1,-10 Iniit i hero from the east, aud'n., 1 " .1... ii..i,...i ti... i.i,,i;t V. fuller and A U Martin were
-' -' I l HOI lllllll ) , IIU MllitllX'Vl ........... . m , ,, ..
ill x iiui i'i iiueiu e, jiitc-iuiv H I leuti I n n n
. .. . . 1 1... pr ntiKoe in 1 1011
inonds wortlt J 1,0011 nre missing nun lie- ' ','" ;"" ,
1; 1 .,. i, i ti... I,,,, ,f tin- 1 wo H. J. hlliott, manager of the Feny-
nt'n.ldiers who fled. lnl. Oourjng mills was n county seat
The trio drove up to Jacobs' store visitor t-niuruay
a sacrifice at once,
seeker or investor.
Now, Mr. Home-
look this up
once if you want n choice close in 10
aero tract; sinull house, some fruit anil
berries, at your own price. Call today.
"As we have repeatedly failed to get
from congress proofs of its considera
tion for national defense, what reason
have we to believe that she shall not
fail again unless a strong unified -sentiment
throughout the country demands
it? Let lis be truly conservative and
refuse to gamble with the future of the
country. ' '
In speaking to the business men, the
president declared that pence is thr
only thing that will keep business in
its present prosperous chunnels.
"This war is so horrible, thnt an
other like it will never come again,"
he said. "Its very horror should hasten
pence. ' '
He spoke briefly of the traffic com
mission plan he advocates, saying "
have changed my mind about ninny
things, for instance the taViff commis
sion." " Tt is not only necessary to prepare
to mobilize the forces of the country
for defense," he continued, "lint it is
necessary also to mobilize economic re
sources for the great healing work to
be done after the war is over." This
was greeted with applause, whereupon
he predicted a wonderful future for
America in the field of world trade.
"America." he said, "has been shy
about going into the world for competi
tion. In a nay, she has -shut her doors
trom the rest of the world, ami we have
Club Re organized.
St. Louis, Mo., Feb. 3, Rc-orgaaiza-tion
of the St. Louis American league
baseball club was completed today
when it was announced that Branch
Rickev, former manager of the club
has been chosen vice-president and
business manager. Fielder Jones will
be manager of the team.
Why He Was Sober.
Los Angeles, Cal., Feb. 3. Hailed
before Justice Summcrficld on a charge
of driving his automobile while drunk
John Andorson nsserted ho had only
two cocktails and that receiving hos
pital attendants even took those away
from him with a stomach pump when
tie was arrested. A verdict is expected
Phone 81 for better carrier
nutoniobilo and broke the win- Commissioners. Clyde ' Beckett of j. left the business of foreign exchange
L BECHTEL & CO.
3t7 Slate Street.
dow with a brick while a clerk stood in- Spring Valley and George Wells of
side. Scooping up n trny of diamonds, Huena, Vista are in Pallas today at-
the leader of the gang poured them into lending tho regular monthly' session
his hat and started to flee wlien of the county court.
Thornbury attacked. The robber shot Mrs. line Bater of F.lgin, Oregon, is
the policeman nud tru.l io hand the hat a guest at the home of -Mr. and Mrs.
c!ilniiiiiig the jewel l 0 his puds. II. B. Cosper on Hnyter street.
Whether the other bandits got the din- Miss ' Klla Vnrpenter 'returned to
uionils is not known, but they fled just Portland, Monday to resume- her posi-
as the crowds were closing in on their tion as teacher in the nhiols of that
automobile. .citv. She Went several days last
Diamonds north thousands were scat- week during a short vacation of the
Till firPCffttl VllftWal( JWrl '''f'1 ll,,mlt dfwnlk and were schools at Ou homo of .her parents
lilt UlCgUll HUUlwaiC auU , ,,i..ki-.l up and returned to Jacobs. Clnv street.
Retail Hide and Junk Co.
Hrt mof'l from thoir form it location,!.
t-i.i 1 .t...wtt- i,. 1U7 U. tilth Cuit.)1
1 . t nun pi i i-T-i . in 'i'i' "- 1
WASHED AWAY HIS CONTRACT
Oakland, Cal., Feb. 3. -Rieiiard Wil-
luir, sna i-iaaciseo contractor nail a
: . ,,, , . , ,, ... r contract in mam- a nniiK .11 me nurt
mereial, (1 lie old stand of the I.awr- ....,. ,. ,, n,i ,.
1 1 .jinn 1-, inrmp itcrv nn.l 1 run. I - . . . . . .
Thomas Catherwood, proprietor of
tho Dallas garage, returned the latter
part of last week from a several weeks
visit with relatives in North Dakota.
(ioorge Stewart of Knell wis In Ihil
las, Tuesday, looking after business
. . . , t iii ruin, nn- iiiiiik nns iinoi'ti miu iat- . ,r ,r 1 1 1. t
Tiiereial streets) and are open for busl,,nv , f refH0, , nv Dr. and Mrs. H. H. Ueuderehot of
..,0 at llmt i ana llitftiixif ItPlOattl flllil 1 . ILIln,, 1 ni-..k!iui.l. i . ufr
Ck was 'washed Uto tS n V
ness at that place. Hurhcst prices paid
for hides, wool, copper, brass, iron, etc.
Before selling elsewhere, consult in for
prices. D. Samuel, proprietor,
Fuonc, SOU; lies. Fhone, 1737-W.
Wilbur for the work. The contractor " n.l were over-tM.uony gu.-s,s a
ilonnnds the $100 and suit to recover '"o ""n" " ,r- 1,1,11 ,lr-'- J,1,r-
t'ue amount is threatened. ' .buck on I ourt Street.
Hi 11 Price was a Salem visitor the
first ot the week.
Try Capital Journal Want Ada.
to others. Now iu the midst of the
war, we have been called upon to serve
all the world financially. That is the
reason we must conserve our resources
ia order to prepare to serve the world
at the end of the war."
lie predicted that peace following
this war will be lasting. "The world,"
he said, "ennuot endure another war
HIS MOTHER'S BROTHER
Los Angeles, Cal., Ftb, 3.
William llrockway Kyder, aged
2, is his own mother's brother
That is, of course, legally
speaking. He was adopted by his
mottier s foster "parents, Mr.
and Mrs. T. L. llrockway, of
San Pedro, so he has the same
legal dad and ma that his moth
Special Good Buys
in Used Furniture
1 Orbon De Luxe steel top Range, cost $48.00, slight-
1 C-f t. Extension Table .' J g gQ
6 Dining Chairs, nearly new JjJ 4
1 Seamless 10-wire Brussels Rug, cost $18.00,
now i 9.50
Rockers- $1.00 to $22.50
Iron and Brass Beds $1.00 to $18.50
stands- 50c to $4.50
One $12.50 quartered oak Library Table, good as
new nw $ 7.50
1 $10.50 quartered oak Library Table, nearly
new $ 6.00
IIeaters-: $1.00 to $13.50
1 $13.00 Davenport $17.50
E. L. STIFF & SON
Salem e se tne cheapest because our Albany
expenses are the lowest
Rata per word New Today:
Lacn insertion, per word
Oa week (6 insertions), per word 5
One month (26 insertions), per word 17e
All ads must be ordered for i stated
length of time, no ad to count less than
The Capital Journal will not be re
sponsible for more than one insertion
for errors ia Classified Advertise
ments. Bead your advertisement the
first day it appears and notify nf im
mediately if it contain! an error.
Minimum charge, 15c.
PHONE 937 For wood saw. tf
HARRY Windoweleancr. JPhone 76.
ONE MULE FOR SALE T. Lovre. B.
R. No. 7. Fel7
WANTED Beef cittle and veaL
Phone 1425-M. Feb 20
LOST Ladies gold watch. Fhone
797M. Ueward. tf
A PEDIGREED Airedale terrier for
sale, cheap. Phono 701. Feb3
OAK, ash, old fir, second growth, coril
wood. 'aone uzzj. tea I
MIDDLE AGED LADY Wishes house
keeping, ltiono 612M. Feb3
GOOD GRADED FRESH COW For
gale. Onkeny Farm, Rickreall. FebS
FURNISHED APARTMENTS $5.00
to 15.00. 491 North Cottage. tf
FOR RENT Kooms, famished or un
furnished, close in. Phone 2093M. tf
POLK COUNTY Voters register with
F. L. Wood. Office liayne Bldg., Si
FOR SALE Thoroughbred small red
pigs. H. HonkoU. Routo 0, Bor
12 GUAGE WINCHESTER 75 shells,
rod and attachments, sacrifice. 49j
Court St. Feb4
ABSOLUTELY PURE MAPLB
SYRUP From New York, $1.60
per gallon -it Damon's. Feb 22
TO TRADE Buggy horse, to trade for
cow, or chickens, or will sell cheap,
fhone 77F13. Feb3
I'OR SALE Good young high grada
fresh Jersey cow, gentle, coruer East
D and Park St. Feb
FOR RENT Housekeeping rooms, well
furnished with furnace heat, close in.
143 Court street. Feb3
FOR SALE 15 acres bottom land,
south of Marion. Mrs. E. Tiiomas,
Marion, Oregon. ApnU
FOR SALE One black horse, six years
oni, wcignt lijju. call &Uj N. Cot
tage, or phone 1901.
NEATLY FURNISHED Sleeping and
housekeeping rooms, close to business
section. 212 S. Cottage. Feb
FOB RENT Fine 6 room buncalow.
nicely furnished. Call 406 Hubbard
Bldg. Laflar & Bolinger. Feb
FOR SALE Extra fino Jersey cow,
just fresh, with heifer calf, also
choice oat Btraw. Phone 7F23. Feb3
FRESH JERSEY COW For sale, now
making l',j pounds butter per day.
Route (i, Box 119. C. Witting. Feblti
MARRIED MAN WANTS POSITION
on farm, can furnish reference. A.
C. Simonds, E. R. No. 2, Salem, Ore.
WANTED Second hand gas engine, 7
h. p. or more. Must be in good con
dition. R, Bailey, 1(195 N. 4th. Feb3
FOB BENT Housekeeping rooms ia
large suites from $6 to $8 per month.
Why pay morel Call at 343 1-2 North
WANTED A good sound work and
draft horse, weight 1200 or 1300. Not
over six years old. H. Hahn, Salem,
No. 8, Box 180. Feb
FOB BENT Store, 21x165 feet, elec
tric lights and stesm heat. See Watt
Shipp Co., 219 North Commercial
street. Phone 363. tf
FOR SALE OR TRADE 150 square
feet of glazed sjsh, fine for chicken
house or shop, cheap for cash or will
trado for wood. Phone 1895. Feb9
WHITE LEGHORN COCKERELS
For sale cheap if taken at once, 3-
mile from fair grounds. Portland
road. Phone 57F13. I). X. Bccchler.
tOB SALE Good young sound mnre,
blockv build, heavy bone, good feet,
fine worker, weight 1300. First street
east, second house north of Asylum.
WANTED Information of Iva Louisa
Thomas Gorden, last heard from xf
Salem, Oregon, general delivery. No
tify J. W. Thomas, Selma, Calif..
Boi 393. Febt
Candidates File Notices
With Secretary of State
Herbert Gordon, Portland, today filed
Qia declaration as candidate of the re
publican party for the office of rcpre- -ncntative
in the legislative assembly
Eightecnth representative district, com
prising Multnomah county.
He issued the statement: "I owe no
political debts or favors to any political
faction and if elected I will pledge my
self to support only such measures as in
my opinion will be for the good of the
people at large."
E. E. Blanchford,, Grants Tass, filed
as a candidate of the republican partr
for the office of district attorney for
Judge J. W. Hamilton, of Rnsebunr.
is a candidate of the democratic partr
for the office of circuit judge. Second
judicial district, comprising the conn
ties of Benton. Coos, Curry, Donglas,
j Lane and Lincoln.
Lloyd-George, who says that so far
as England is concerned the war is only
beginning, seems" to ignore the f let
that Kitchener said it would begin last