THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, ORE. THURSDAY. APRIL 25. 1918. ' CAPITAL JOURNAL CLASSIFIED DEPT. .. . QUICK REFERENCE TO FIRMS THAT "GIVE SERVICE ON SHORT NOTICE WHERE BUYER AND SELLER MEET-WE RECOMMEND OUR ADVERTISERS -M EVERYTHING ELECTRICAL Salem Eleetrie""Co, Masonic Teniplo, 127 North High TRANSFER AND DRAYAGE Salem Truck & Dray Co corner State and Front Street AUTO DELIVERY BAGGAGE AND PARCELS DELIV erej anv place citr or country. Phone 64 or 2081B. W. W. Fisher. AWNINGS DO YOU WANT new awnings for tore or hor.ef Call of write C. Dill man, SCO Highland Ave. 5-18 DENTIST DB. F. I UTTER, DENTIST, ROOMS 413-414 Bank of -Commerce bldg. Phone 606. 11-4 FINANCIAL MONEY TO LOAN . On Good Real Estate Security TIIOS. K. FORD Over Ladd & Bush bank, Salem, Oregon HATTERS CLEANERS ELLSWORTH, THE HATTER Men 'a and women's hats cleaned, reblocked end retrinrmcd. Old hats mado to look like new. We carry a large stock of fine ribbons. 495 Court St. LAWN MOWERS THE FIXIT SHOP Let us repair and li a l-rtftn vmiK loirn mnwura ifil Court. Phone 1022. tf OSTEOPATH DR8. B. H. WHITE AND R. W. WAL TON Osteopathic physicians and nerve specialists. Graduate of Amer ican school of Osteopathy, Kirkville, Mo Post graduate and specialized in nervoms diseases at Los Angeles Col lege. Offices 505-508 U. S. Nat. Bank Bldg. Phone 859. ' Residence, 1620 " Court. Phone 2215. Dr. White Res. Phone 4t',9. FOR RENT FORsRENT The storeroom at 141 N. Commercial street, now occupied by Compton's 15c & 25c store, will be for rent May 1st next, iw particu lar inquire" 'Tat room 22 Broyman block. - tt LET US ESTIMATE ON All your Printing an Up-to-Now office to meet your print ing demands. THE CAPITAL JOURNAL PHONE 81 & RAILROAD TIME TABLES SALEM- GEEB LINE No. 73 Arrive at Salem ........9:15 a.ra No. 74 Leave Salem 3:05 p. ml SALEM, PALLS CITY & WESTERN 161 Lv Salem, motor 7:05 a.m. 163 Lv Salem, motor 9:35 am. 165 Lv Salem, motor 1:40 p.m. Through car to Monmouth and Arlie 167 Lv Salem, motor 3:48p.m. 169Lv Salem, motor 5:57 p m S39 Wy frt. Lv Salem . 5:00 a.m. 162 Ar at Salem 164 Ar. at Salem IRS Ar at Salem .. .....8:30 a m. 11:00 a.m. 3:00 p.m. 5:35 p.m. 168 Ar at Salem 170 Ar ot Salem 7:20 p.m. 840 Wy frt Ar Salem 2:30 p.m. OREGON ELECTRIC Southbouna Train Leave Arrive Mm. 'Portland Salem Arrive ElHTftnft 1 6:30 am 8:35 am 6 Ltd :S0 am 10:11 am f 10:45 am 12:50 pm t 8:05 pm 4:15 pm 1.1 Ltd. 4:45om 6:40 Dm m sn nm 8:50 pm 17 . 6:05 pm 8:07 pm Salem only I 19 9:20pm 11:20pm Balcm only' 1 11:45pm 1:55am 6:aUam,Cows North Bank Station (leave Jefferson Street 15 and 20 minutes later) Northbound Leave Arrive Wcgene Salem .12:05 am 4:35 am 7:15 m 7:35 am 9:45 am 1120 nn it'inomi 1:20 pm 11:20 am l:!)0pra i Ltd 1:55pm 4:00pm CO 4:10pm 5:30 pm 22 5.25 pm 7:55 pm zNorth Bank Statioc (Arrive Jefferson 6t?net 15 minutes earlier) Leave Cor- T OOBVALLJS CONNECTIONS iLeave Corvallis Arrive Salem 8:25 am.JNorthbound....9:45 am 12:12 pm....Northbonnd..l:50 am -8:41 pm....Northbound..4:00 pm 4:10 pm...Northbound....5:30 pm 6:18 pm...Nortibound....7:55 pm 8:35 am.-.Southbound..9:57 am 10:15 am.Southbound.ll:33 am J2:50 pm....Southbo m, - ". pm 4:15 pm....Southbound....5:40 pm '6:40 pm.8onthbound.8:00 pm Train No. I 10 Ltd 18 14 TRY JOURNAL WMIT ADSiAppies JOURNAL WANT ADS PAY'Sffruir Telephone Main 1200 Main"4 LODGE DIRECTORY KNIGHT'S OF PYTHIAS MEET AT McCornack hall on every Tuesday at 8- P. Andresea, C. C. . W. B. Gil son, K. R. & S. MODERN WOODMEN OF AMERICA Oregon Cedar Caaip Noi 5246ineets every Thursday evening at 8 o'clock in Derby building, corner Court and High streets. R. F. Day, V. C.j J. A. Wright, clerk. SALEM HUMANE SOCIETY D. D. Keeler, president; Mrs. Lou Tillson, secretary. All cases of cruelty or neg lect of dumb animals should be re ported to the secretary for investi gation. ROYAL NEIGHBORS OF AMERICA "Oregon. Grape Camp" No. 1300. meets every Thursday evening in Derby building, Court and High St. Mrs. Pearl Coursey, 214 Court St, oracle; Mrs. Melissa Persons, recor der, 1415 N. 4th St. Phone 1436M. UNITED ARTISANS Capital Assem bly JNo. 84, meets every mursuay ai 8 p. m. in I. O. O. F. hall. Norma L. Terwilliger, M. A ; C. A. Vibbert, secretary, Crown Drug Store, 338 State street. SECOND HAND GOODS BUY, SELL and EXCHANGE- Men's clothes, shoes, hats, jewelry, watches, tools, musical instruments . bicycles, guns, rifles, revolvers, suit cases, trunks, cameras, typewriters and furniture. Capital Exchange, 337 Court street. Phone 493. SCAVENGER, SALEM SCAVENGER Charles Soos proprietor. Garbage and refuse of all kinds removed on monthly contracts at reasonable rates. Yard and cess pools cleaned. Office phone Main 2247. Residence Main 272. STOVE REPAIRING STOVES REBUILT AND REPAIRED ' 50 years experience. Depot, National and American fence. Sixes 20 to 58 in. high. ; Paints.' oil and varnish, etc. Loganberry and hop hooks. Salem Fence and Stove Works, 250 Court street. Phono 124. VETERINARIAN DR. W. O. MOORHOUSE COUNTY veterinarian, grn'nte Cornell Uni versity. Office Cherry City Feed Stables, 544 Ferry St. Phones, office 2199; Res. and night 1510. WATER COMPANY SALEM WATER COMPANY Office corner Commercial and Trade streets Bills payable monthly in advance. fc sjc sjc se )c Jc )(c sfc 9C 3C ifl j(( THE MARKET . toaaTa quatation. vuo ' Hu l Gram Wheat, soft white l.S5(ff'1.87 Wheat, red - .. $1.85 Wheat, lower grades on sample Oats 9R'' Barley, ton . $03 Bran - $G Shorts, per ton a- $38 Hav, cheat, new $19(20 Hay. vetch, new $2022 Hay, clover, new $18 I Bntterfat ..- - 40c 12:25 pnii(;reamery butter 43c Country butter .... 40c 6:35 pm Pork, Veal and, Mutton i pork, on foot 1510e Veal, fancy Steerg . lb(i'l7e 7(jt9c 5fo6i2c Bulls 56M.-c Spring lambs - . life 12c Kwes - 5(c?7c Lambs, yearlings -.- IOC Arrive ! KgRV cash 29(?31c Portland I "ens. pound 20f;2U- 8.5QamjTurkevs, dressed . WwZiii oi')'; I Turkeys, live, No. 1 21(0)23? Hens, .dressed, pound 27(a;29e Frys, dressed . 20fa'2Kc ISfeSOc lSfolGc . 14) 15c 1820c lc 545 pm Geese, live 740 Dm roosters .... loloopm0!1" rooster8 Vegetables String garlic Green onions Onions, in sack Lettuce, crato . Celery Broccoli .. Articho'tes Cabbage ....... Florida tomatoes Rhubarb 6c 40c . $1.25 . $2.75 . 90c . $1.25 &) $4 . $-5.5( Asparagus lS'.ic Figs Mi Dates Itlaek fisrs 13c State St. 4-23 Fruit $1.2.-(fa;2 $060 FOR SALE BUYERS ATTENTION! I have a t.om fortable 5 room cottage for sale, with good lot for $700; also a mod ern five roam cottage sue block from paved street This is a cheap property at $1400, I have a choice buy for $1500, two blocks from car line and one block from paved street I have several valuable lots for sale cheap; also a house for $000. Square Deal Realty Company, U. S. Bank building. Phone 470. tt 240 ACRES, 200 cultivated, 40 timber pasture, running water, fair improve ments, 3 miles from Pratum, best Waldo Hill soil, price $23,000. 60 acres, 58 cultivated, 18 pasture, 9 timber, all good soil, spring water, good improvements, 1900 prune trees, 50 English walnut trees, good team of horses, -wagon, harness, 3 Jersey cows, 100 pure bred hens, 1 mile from Aumsville, a snap, price $8500. Terms. Socolofsky, 341 State St. phone 970. 5-10 110 ACRES, 80 cultivated, 30 timber pasture, 40 acres in crop, good build ings, on rock road, two miles from town, Borne stock and Implements, price $1100. will take $3000 Salem residence, some cash and easy terms on balance. 100 acres, 90 cultivated 50 bottom, 5 timber, all fenced, good road, new ' 6 room bungalow, barn, close to school, -$11,000. 20 acres Yamhill county, exchange for 0 room bungalow in Salem. Equity is 40 acre Idaho irrigated farm fo ranch near Salem or Dallas, not over $3000, price $6000. 20 acres close to Salem, 6 cleared, good improvements, rock road, $4000. 58 acres, 45 culti vated, 25 beaverdam, 12 pasture, 1 orchard, good barn, fair house, join ing town, running water, $6200 cast terms. Modern 5 room bungalow, furnace, pared street, $1500. Mod ern . 5 room bungalow, furnace, fire place, bath, Dutch kitchen, close in, $2000. $8500 worth of acreage and residence property to exchange for ranch any where. fSncolofsky, 341 Bananas '. .. 71Ac Retail Prices Creamery butter : 45(o50c Flour, hard wheat $2.:0fc2.80 Hour, soft wheat $2.5U(a2.uU Country butter 40c Eggs, dozen 35c Suear, 11 lbs. for $ Sales limited to $1 PORTLAND MARKET . Daily Live Stock Market Cattle ' Receipts 432 Tone of ' market finrri Good to choice steers $1314 Good to medium steers $li.7?faM2.75 Common to good steers $10.25(0)11.25 Choice cows and heifers $U.2o12.25 Canncrs $4'.25625 Bulls $e.25(&10.75 Oalves $8.7513.25 blocker and feeder steers $70(o;90 per .head Hogs Receipts 198 Tone of market firm Prime mixed $17.90(ff)IS Medium mixed $17.G517.85 PigB $15.5016.50 Rough and heavy $16.6516.85 rjneep RtMicijita no)ne Tone of market firm Spring lambs $20 bid Western yearlings $15.2515.50 Valley yearlings $15-2515.50 Wethers $13(fD13 50, Ewes $12(5)12.50 NOTE Portfland market on shorn sheep,. 2Vi to 3c tinder quotation. First Oregon War Conference May 22-23 One of the features of the First Ore NOTICE OP SALE Of Government Timber Notice is hereby given that subject to the conditions and limitations of the Act of June 9, 1916, (39 Stat., 218), and the instructions of the Sec retary of the Interior of September 15, 1917, the timber on the following lands will be sold May 15, 1918, at 10 o'clock a. m. at public auction at tho United States land office at Portland Oregon, to the highest bidder at not less than the appraised value as shown by this notice, sale to be subject to the approval of the Secretary of the In tenor. The punchase price, with an ad ditional sum of one-fifth of one per cent thereof, being commissions allow ed, must bo deposited at time of sale, money to be returned if sale is not ap proved, otherwise patent will issue for the timber which must be removed within ten years. Bids will be receiv ed from citizens of the United States, a.-tsociations of such citizens and cor porations organized undet the Jaws of the United States or any state, terri tory or district thereof only. Upon ap pli.ation of a qualified purchaser, the timber on any legal subdivision will be offered separately before being includ ed in any offer of a larger unit. T. 9 S. R. 2 E.. Sec. 35: NE'4 NE'4, yellow fir 250 M-, red fir 50 M.; NWVi NE4, yellow fir 600 SI., red fir 800 M., hem lwlf 1(1 M SWl. MRU. Vfillow fir1 700 M.,-red fir UoO M.j a&'A " W meeting as a means of learning the pro yellow fir 350 M., red fir 450 M.; NE gram for the second year of war as well NWVi, yellow fir 750 M., red fir 25Q a8 Eai inspiration, to carry on this M., hemlock 10 M.j 8EV4 NW, yel- wo-k. . . low fir 100 M., red fir izut a.; nb'4 f',4, veuow nr zuti m., rea Jir buu M.; SE SW14, yellow fir 350 M red fir 850 M.j NE4 SEVi, yellow fir 450 M., red fir 000 M.; NW 8Ey4, yellow fir 500 M., red fir 600 M.j 8W y, SEVi. vellow fir 50 M., red fir 1300 M.j 8E4 SEV4, red fir 1550 M., none of the fir to be sold at less than $1.75 per M., and none of the hemlock to be sold at less than $.50 per M. CLAY TALLMAN, Commissioner, General Land Office. 5K Willamette Valley News ! Stayton Items ' (Capital Journal Special Service) Stayton, Or., April 25. Mrs. Lottie Speelinau of Warreuton, is visiting at the A. Hill home. George Boedigheiiner eame down from j m food ron5erv,tron by Mrs. Kemp of Camp Lewis to spend Sunday with hi portlalla. The good points brought out wifca and other relatives. f, , , C . . .i? Mr. and Mrs. Horace Lilly motored uih her thom 8h' tai &Vt thti ub" Corvallis the first of the week, called j B,u:B thought. Miss Pottr and by the illness of Mrs. Lilly's father. J. K. Miller, who is employed by the Mary's River Logging company, near Philomath eame home to spend th,? week end. He left Monday to work in a Hani u, nd Lumber company camp near As tv 1. Mrs. R. E. Richardson is visiting at t. 1. P. Crabtree home in Linn coun ty. . Dan Doll is in Portland on business. Miss Marv Rock was down from Miil City for a few day's visit with home! fulks. i Thn dnniM o-iveil tiv tho Honor fiunril Girls was a great success, the receipts being $159.89. The dance was given in the Trotter building which was elabor ately decorated lor the occasion the na tional eolors predominating, with lure and there the flags of the allies. A stirring feature of the affair was the sinking of the Star Spangled Banner by tho larjjv1 crowd, led by the Honor Guard girls. The girls also helped in a finan cial way by "selling chances," 14 pre sents beiug disposed of in this ni&iiue the best award was a fiue big turkey which fell to Ed Tate, tho second U.-st was a fiue fat hen, which was secured by Max Hill. Mr. Hill gave the ncnl uuck to inn; gins io ne usea si some other patriotic benefit. Mr. aud Mrs. Richard Henslcy have received word from taeir sun, jaarttu who is in the navy, that he is laid Up at the uaval hospital in Rhode Island with a broken leg, The accident occur red wliiL-j on board ship, during a storm at sea. . Ed Blakely was here thn first of the week for a visit with home folks. Ed who is a pharmacist has boen employed at racoma, but will join the colors on the Mth, being one of the boys fur nishaid by Lane county in the draft. Ho was accompanied homo by Miss Gert rudo Millet, a friend of the fumilv. Carl Fryer and wife were hwre the first of tho week from Junction City. for a visit at th home of Mrs. Fryr' parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. 11. Gaidnur. The members of tho Odd Fellow aud Rebekah lodges enjoyed a 5' o 'clock din ner at the lodge rooms on Tuesday even ing. Following 'the dinner games and music were enjoyed. J. r. Wilbur- ana wife accompanied by a party of friends motored to Port- laud htm day. J Mrs. Horace Lilly has an elegant dis play of hand painted China in the win dow at tho LIHy Hardwuro store 'that is attracting a great deal of ' attention It is all th'j work of mm. Jmtfy. Mrs. McCro and daughter, Miss Garnet, motored over from Corvallis for a few days visit at the Jos. Fisher home. They were accompanied on tlneir return by Miss Alta Matten who is attending O. A. C. and who had bseu visiting at the homo of her sister, Mrs M. L. Crabtree. The young people of Sublimity gavr; a farewell party for Frank Rauschcr oiw of the boys who is called from Mar ion county April 26. The gathering wab held at tho homo of his parents on Wed nesday evening aud was largely attend ed. An cnjoyablo time is reported. Miss Zora Stowell is here from Sa lem for a visit with her father. Miss Lefa Hill is hero from Silverton for a visit with lwr mother, Mrs. M. S. Burson. It is reported that T. W. Creech has sold his farm near Kingston to a party from Astoria. Mr. Creech, who is a pliar m.-H'ist has been anxious for some time to dispose of his farm and offer his ser vices to Uncle Sain. Mrs. Creech and children, will probably mak,c their home in Salem. Miss Marguerite Ryan is visiting in Salem. H. J, Mutchlcr was here the first of the week from Warrenton, for a visit with his family. BABY CHIX "We hv the rt poUlion in PelJumi of UiKilinj thebatUnialocli. Let u ram tit to you. Bur not th chupeat, but tb bat Writt for mfonDaaon.' PeUluma, CallfarnU go war conference to be held in Port land on May 22 and 23 under the aus pices of-the state council of defense will be messages from a dumber of men of national reputation as war workers Among these men are Thomas F. Moran of the Speaking Division of th. Committee of Public Information George B. Chandler, representing the Council of National IV-feiine, Dr. James A. B. Scherer, chief traveling represen tative of the Council of National De fenso and Lieutenant Paul Pengorft of the French Army.. In addition to these nvn, a number of other prominent war workers will ad PF1 dress the sectional meetings to be part jfr Timoteo; Carter, Mrs.; ('line, Mr. of the great War Confercuce. charlie; Clark. Herbert (2); Dtrnick, The- confeieiif! will be attended by j. b .Atty.; Dalzud, Mr. Wm. A.; l'aw work'ra in every branch of war activity I son, Mrs.' T. O.j Kriekscn, Mr. Ernest; Not only will connty chairmen of each. Frank, Mr. Paul; Gilbert, Mr. J"u'j nt-tivitv' bp invited but everv individual rirlffin. Mr. A. W.; Helsell, Clara; wnrltoi- n-411 hi- i-fniinufPf fn ttr.tii) thi Included in the divisions of war ac Four Militate -Men, women s division 01 , . ... .National Council ol Peiens", uwgon Military Police, Mayors and City Attor neys of Oregon, tT. 8. Public Reserve. tivitv tliat will be represented in thelton, Mr. A. K.; rnersm., "u conference are Ked ('ross, Agriculture iMm. Marie; Rockwell, Mr. Oeor Ex,.,isio,, service, United States Boys' Kom, Mis. hooU; Robinm A'ee Working Kcerve, Federal Reserve Bank jIWbin.n. B. E.; rhissel, 1 Libertv Loan, War Savings .Stamp Con.- olds, iir -) e-le; See y Mrs. ft. Am mittee Food Administration ol L.n J-hle-, AH";e; H'-brock, M IW Wi JOURNAL WANT ADS Livesley News .. (Capital Journal Special Service.) , Livesley, Or., April 25. The people of Livesley, were -very much enter tained last Saturday evening by a talk aiiss rariter aiso gave interesting in formation on this subjet. Jf. P. Kugel had a fine hog killed by an Oregvi Electric train. Harry Tracy had the misfortune to lose his best farm horse the first of the week. , . 1 Mr Mary Jones has been on the' sick list. . Miss Minnie Moeller. of Salem, visited st the home of Mi. and Mrs. W. V. Johnson Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Carpenter spent tai ween ena in rortiana, visit- lng friends. The G. T. Club,tf Liveslev, were en tertained last Saturday1 by Mrs. T. Holley, at her home . in Salem. A dainty luncheon was Iserved, ejiers were laid for fourteen guests. After luncheon was served the usual contest was held in which Mrs. Watson proved to be thn winner of the prize, she hav ing drawn the lucky No. 13. Theo. Holley of Salem has leased and planted to strawberries several acres of the Ccrpenter Bros, ranch. Mrs. Al ce Coolidge has had several men and women at work the past week hoeing ard enlarging her strawberry beds. A nujjiber of Salem girls are eamped on the r. A. Livesley & Co.'s ranch, for tho pi rpose of training hops.. Gates News GATES Gates, Or., April 25. Mrs. B. Bnvicr was a week end visitor in Gates. Miss Grace Gaffney was in Gates a few days this week. Fred Hester and wife started for Cal ifornia Monday, whera ho expects to work this summer. - - Miss Ethel Collins has been sick at the home of her father, Ed Collins for several weeks. The Bed Cross entertainment at the Gates hall Saturday night was well at tended. They mado $85.00, which will be used for Bed Cross work. : Mrs. Grupo of Newberg ;s here pack ing b,er goods to ship to her new home. Mrs. Davies returned to her home in Portland after a 4 montjs visit at. her daughter's home in Gates. Mr. aud Mrs. Fred Bruckman and son were week end visitors at the home of Mrs. Bruckman 's sister, Mis. Ran dom - - . Mr. and Mrs. Milo Shier are bore from Scuttle, Wash., to look after their min ing claim at the Black Eagle mines. Mrs. Chas. Zum'wnlt of Kellogg, Iduho is at her father's homo in Niagara for a few days. Everybody is busy getting their ground ready for th.'ir guldens. Prices Rule Righ In Union Slock Yards North Portland, April 23. Cattle re ceipts toduy, iiUU, total for tho week, 700. Heceipts are not at au adequate to the demand. Anything that looks like a cow is getting" past at almost ridi culous prices in somo cases. Cows that sold at 8 cents ara selling hotter thau 10 cents today. Lute pales yesterday in the better line indicate a H cents mar ket for steers of quality. Ordinary steers are selling up to 13 cents. Quotations are: Good to choice steers i.i.uu(au4.tm; medium to good steers $11.7312.75; common to medium steers $10.25(a)11.25; choice cows aud heifers $11.25(5)12.25; common to good cows and heifers $7.25 (SI 0.75; caitners $4.256.25; bulls $0.25 10,75; calves $3.75(5)13.25; stackers and feeders 70.00!0.00 per heart. Hog receipts today, 400, total for the week 1500. Hog Receipts are not keep ing up with the demand in any better way than the cattle receipts. Yesterday the Portland market was the highest in the entire country. Quality of hogs com ing is viery good and the tons of tho maiket today is firm. Quotations are: Prima mixed $17.6517.80; medium m;. 17.50(Sj17.65: rough heavies $16.50(a16.65; pigs Ij.0016.0O; lmlk: 17 Tr.rtV) 1 7.85. Sheep receipts lor tne ween u. is not a great deal of dvmnad for prime spring lambs, although some are bring ing as high as t'M. Heavy lambs are selling as high as $1S with tho supply very light. Other sheep are steady. Quo tations arc: Prime sprinj lambs, $20; heavy lambs, $16.50(ai8.09; yearlings $15.00 (fi 15.25; wethers , $1.13.0U; ewes, $12.00(5,12.50. "SHU a little time to buy Liberty Bonds. ' ' ADVERTISED- LETTERS . .. ., rn rni Advertised April M,- , ' Armstrong, Mia rWeth Jam, ArmaataKC, Mrs. E.; Berley, Uo 1, I'nrton. Mrs. A.; Brock, M. F.J Cadena, Il,lnmnn. A.:Finlcy, Mrs. E. L.; Ganc, Mrs. W. 0-; Kelley, Mrs M. A- Lester, Mis Harah; Lewis, Mrs. Fa We; Uk. Iordi Lan- "'j . . ' m:. t.' ,i,.it Morse. Charles; aiac, ' ' ' - .. Aj'Nelnon, Mrs. Edgar P.j New- rn r.ann W r .IfllllP ,"'" Williauis, Mise ' '-; - Allpn. u'Ulson, reari; - Mr Chas.; Wright, Mrs. Eher. ACGVST HCCKTOTEIN, Postmaster. r Vnt Cnntenr ItTIimiI Draeh.! a r 5 a AL-COHO-3PEKCBNt 3 AetablcPrcparatiofrM faglteStoroaas annwy f 111 II il aj-n Theretryftomotin4Di4wst Otccmitnessana nv----nclUftr Opium, Morphine nor IineraI.NoTNAHCOTR. Pi ' 1 Hi! ft. i.L.ir..l B.nwrvfbf ana rewroi"re" IossofSleep Exact Copy of Wrapper. IS Fi SHIPMENTPROBLEM More Than 4,000,000 Tons Operated by Board An other Million by Sept. Washington, April 24. With moro than 4,000,000 dead weight tons of shipping now operated by the United States shipping board and more than another 1,000,000 launched, waiting for outfit ting, Secretary of War Baker, General Gocthals and ship officials wore to meet today to map out 1919 and 1920 ship building and general ocean transporta tion problems. An inventory lias been taken of all tonnage available for troop and mer cantile transport. More than 1,000,000 additional tons of shipping will be delivered to the shipping board between April 1 and September. This does not incluilo ships now building, but only thoso launched and waiting to be fitted. Officials hero say the inventory shows America has begun to find the answer to the shipping problem,. The four million tons new in opera tion includes ships taken over by tho shipping board and also big amounts of tonnage chartered, bought and requisi tioned from neutral sources. Nearly 1,- 000,000 tons have been added in this way in the last thirty dnys. Japan has promised 514,000 tons of shipping under charter and sale and de livery of this will begin m April ami continue until HentPmly.'r. In addition approximately 300,000 tons of bottoms now in tho water will be completed and put in operation soon, These ships were launched during the past month. Prune Conditions Are Best In Years Crop Expected For the time of year, prune conditions in the Liberty an 4 Hosedale districts are tho best for many a yearccording to several of tho larger fruit growers of that section. The weather has been ideal for pollcnization and with tho the cron in that locality is safo barring extreme and unusual woather conditions. In thfl same section cherries are in full blossom and loganberries making a most satisfactory growth. There has been a large increase of prune acreage in this neighborhood, many farmers putting in just a row acres, while several largo tracts of fiO acres each have boon piauteu mis year. Increased acreage in loganburrles Is n, fi..in)ile. mnliv farmers setting out about the acreage they' could handle, consider ing the lubor shortage The labor problem is one of the Wg the farmer in the rti& hill district ns well as elsewhere. In fact, several farmers have left their larms and gone to the ship yards of Portland where a man who is handy with tools is sura of employment. . But taking everything Into consider ation, the red hills" district south of 8a- EXECUTRIX'S NOTICE Notice is hereby given that the un dersigned has boen appointed execu trix of the estate of R. H. Westacott, deceased. All persons having elaitn against the said estate are hereby no tified to present tne sarnie, prupenjr ..o-.f-.Al in i4,A mnnnor nrnvided bv law at the office of Donald W. Miles. attorney for tho estato in tho city o' Salem, Marion county, Oregon, within niAntHu from the date of the first publication of this notice. The fiist publication ot tnis n uce is muuc ma 18th day of April, 1918. LENTA WESTACOTT, Donald W. Miles, Executrix. Attorney for executrix, 503 Balem Uank of Commerce bldg. 5-ltJ LCI . a, 1 tLTTXAT "VI IIlJTVe J mill For Infants and Children. Mothers Know That Genuine Castoria Always Bears the Signature of In Use For Over Thirty Years THt NTAUR OflDMNt HEW TORK OITV lem looks good at this time and crops are i safe barring of eours'e most extreme j weather conditions. Portland is in. the millionaire class again, sales of War Savings Stamps to date being over that handsome figure EXECUTRIX'S NOTICE Notice is hereby given that the nn, dersigued has been appointed execu trix of the estate ol Henry D. St Helen, deceased. All persons having claims against said estato are hereby notified to present the same, proper ly verified in the manner provided by law. at the office of Donald W. Miles, attorney for tho estato, in the city of Salem, Marion county, Oregon, wn in six months from the dute of th first publication of this notice. , 1UQ Alia j,uwii.vi,Kvu iMm u"w made this 2Xth day of March, 1918. KLI5JABETH I. ST. HELEN, Donald W. Miles, . Executri. Attorney, 503 Salem Bank of Com merce Bldg. 1 . No. 13993 IK THE CIRCUIT COURT Of thee State of Oregon, for the County of Marlon, Department No. 2 A (I MnMillnn and Lizzie McMil lan, his wife, plaintiffs,, vs Sarah A. Lee and Theo. Lcc, her husband, anil Adda B. Van Valksnburg, defendant summons. Tn tha iihnvn named defendants. Sarah A. Lee and Theo. tee. In the name of the state of Oregon, vnn urn hflmbv notified to appear and answer tho complaint filed against yog in the above cntitico court; uuu tu within six weeks from the date of the t'iraf milili tuition of this summons, and if you fail so to appear and answer said complaint, planum win appiy in the court for a docreo for the relief .rciva,t tw lib thn comnlnint. antl for ever quieting title to the following described real promises: Beginning at a point north 44 ae grocs west 02 2-10 feet from tho north east corner of tract of laud deeded by F. McClaiuo and wife to Sarah A. Lee and Theo.. Leo, her husband July 24th. 1800; thence north 44 dogreei west vi.i teet; inence soma -m -grocs west 200 feet; thence south 44 degrees east 62 2 foet; thonce nortk 40 degrees east 200 feet to place of be ginning. . You are notified that on the Z3r day of February, 1918, George O Bingham, judge of the above entitle court, made an ordor in the city of Salem, Marion county, Orefon, au thorizing and directing this sumroone to be served upon you by publication thereof onco a week for six success ive weeks in tho Daily Capital Jonra al, a newspaper of general circulation, published daily at Balem, Mario .county, Oregon, the first publication of said summons being mado -on the 2Sth day of February, iio, nu o date of the last publication thereof will be made, ana me same wui -..u ,.n dm ll.h ilnv of April, 1618, are renuirod to appear and answer said complaint on or oerore ino wi , of April, 1918. One of the Attorneys for Plaintiff. 4-H KXEGUTOR'S NOTICE TO CilElITORS To all whom it may concern, yom will please take notice that the un a 1 nn Slinntr. linn been dulT appointed as the executrix ol the last will, testament anu esiaie wi N. 8hant.2, deceased. All persons hay ing claims against, said estate will pre sent them to said Belle Hhnntz at 697 Market street, Salem, Oregon, withia six months from the date of the first publication of this notice. Tho first publication of this notice is in the Capital Journal, of Salem, Oregon, and appears in the issue there of dated the 28th day of March. 1818. BELLE RHANTZ, Executrix of tho Last Will, testa ment and estate of James N. Shantr, deceased.