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, THE 'OREGON' STATESMAN: TUESDAY, JANUARY 13. im
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The Wants and Needs of the Capital City are Noted Under Proper
Headings So You Ca n Readily Find Them They're Worth While
' ITAX INSURANCE SOCIETY
Thleleen. Roland e Bnrfhrdt
HONEY TO LOAN
improved riBV property at
ytt1 HATES. XO COMMISSION
TH0S.I K. FORD.v;"","?.
HAWKINS & ROBERTS
S04-80? Oreffon Building.
IU Per' WeroV :
On week (six Insertions) . . . . te
One month ISfl
Six no nth a' contract, per mo.ltc
11 months' contract, par no., 9e
Minimum (or say advert a'ns't lac
. GIRL OR LADY WANTED FOR GEN
eral housework. Call at $ Center
. St. !
THAT 12 ACRES OF LAND EAST OF
I Salem for $1500 on very easy terma
la very choice land and ii a very
KOOu VUJT 1UI IIIC VIIJ. . 1 1. 1. .
going up every day You had better
John H. Scott Realty Co..' 228 Oregon.
FOR SALE MODERN COTTAGE. Fine
location, on car line and paved street
Two bedrooms. , Price $3500; one
half cash. Phone owner 2g04-J.
WANTED 5- OR '4-ROOM i HOUSE,
modern If possible. . Address J15,
- FURNISHED ROOM.
292 N. Summer.
W ANTED C A XCO CAN CLOSING MA
chine operator Immediately. Experi
, enced. Salem Kings Products Co
40 acres, 14 prunes S years old. all
cleared; l-room house, barn and other
outbuildings: fenced and cross fenced.
One of the. best buys near Salem. $9500
100 acres z miles from town: -room
modern house, garage, large barn, 2
ilos and other buitdinrs: family or
chard, all fenced hog tight, 4 acres fir
timber. 4 acres stumps balance cleariJl
and tha best of soli. One of the best
improved fsrms In the valley, $20,000;
; V 311 Stste St. i
Bargabs or Investments
Extra fine 21 acre fruit tract. 15 in
fine bearing prunes, in bearing cher- I
rles, line new bungalow, pi une dryer,
barn, water system; fine location. Snap
tlS WO- terms. '
. Fine close in 10 sere tract excellent
location only $1500.
Fine 15 acre tract all in high stste
of cultivation good set buildings, fine
berry land, 3 miles out on good road,
Choice 10 acres hesr Salem.tgood
buildings: 7 -acres bearing prunes and
berries, money maker ana line nome.
14-acre tract, In bearing- prunes,
cherries snd apples; good buildings:
half mils from town. Choice buy for
' $4750.- - ' ' :.
For bargains and, a square dest
PERR1NE & MARSTERS
211-12 Com. Club Bldg-.
WANTED LAUNDRESS AT STATE
School for Deaf. Phone 444.
WANTED A WOMAN TO TAKE
care of house snd children. Phone
.305. - , ;
WANTED WOMA2 OR STRONG Girl
for housework, small family. 1042
WANTED EXPERIENCED POWDER
mil to blow 40 to 50 large oak
.- stumps. Apply to McDougal, Marion
WANTED WOOD CUTTERS. R0 OR
H cords of wood at $2.50. half mite
from East Independence St a. Edw.
" Bu,r s - - if??; '
COMPETENT SALESMEN (WANTED
ExDerleneed aelltnar newspapers pre
ferred but not necessary, if a hustler
Straight salary. Statesman business
Do you wsnt to learn the auto and
tractor business where you can wors;
on all makea of autpmobilea. gas en-
glnea .and tractora? If so make ap
plication immediately. Special $50.00
discount until Feb. 1st. write tor
free eatalorue - and Information.
Hemphill's Trsda Schools. Inc.. 707
Hawthorne Ave., Portland, Oregon.
WANTED COMPETENT 8TENOG-
rapher. Addreas A, C. care Stateaman
WANTED MEN AND WOMEN TO
work In our circulation department
Al auwl fiPAfiMtilAti Ia tha elaht tkeo-
Pie. Addreas the Pacific Homestead.
Statesman Bldg.. Salem, Oregon.
BEAUTIFUL WALL, TINTS. MAN"!
new colors 10c pound and tip. Ui
O. Buren 170 N. Com'l SL
r TOU WANT TO GET THE BEST
rarm paper, send 10c to the Pacific
'' Homestead. Salem. Oregon, for trial
euoacriotion. Mention taia ad.
1 FOR SALE BUTTERCUP ROOSTERS.
t uouoie como. 1'hone zoea
THE NORTHWEST POULTRY JOUR,
nal. the biggest and best ia the west
The live magasine for live oonltrv
,mea 71 centa year. $1.00 ra Salem.
Bend I centa for aamela today. Ad.
drees The Norttaweat Poultry Journal.
waiam. iwaaon. Mention tnta ad.
PIGS FOR SALE. PHONE 35F23.
FRESH JERSEY COW AT S10 N. WIN-
ter at. ror sale.
-Ih;1 PTGH for sale, also s
tin crooa sows. I'bone 8CF4.
REMINGTON PUYEK PIANO FOR
sale. Only used i-few months. Just
as good new but 1-3 less In price
wit h terms. TJie Wiley li. Allen Co.,
51 Court St. -
FOR SALE GOOD
at Plate St.
FOR SALE FORD RUG. INQUIRE
Great ttntcro Oarage. I'bone 702M.
FOR SALE HOLD DOLLAR STRAW-
berry plant 1'hone 20Fj evenings.
A FINK CONN CORNET FOR SALE.
Th Willey it. Allen Co.. (19 Court St.
8P1TZENBERG AND KINO APPLES-
Good quality, $1.50 .a box. delivered.
'Ward K, Richardson. I'hoae lift.
WALL, PASTE." NO COOKINO Re
quired. Sticks everything-. Max O.
Buren ,179 N. Commercial street.
"WALFELT- TOUR HOUSE: ITS
superior to cloth, at about half pric.
Max a Buren 171 N. Com'l St.
FOR SALE TIMBER FOR HOP
trellis poles. Can be grotten- out In
winter. Close haul. Fred Johnson,
R.F.D. 1. Airlie. Ore.
A BEAUTIFUL HIGH GRADE NEW
piano for sale at a. bis: discount. This
is a bargain and tuny terms. The
Wiley B. Allen Co.," 519 Court St.
USED CARS FOR SALE 1911 UAX
well good as new; 1917 Maxwell, run
1000 miles. Cash or terms. 197 Bo.
CommerciaL Phone 3 J9.
"WALLBOARD CAN BE USED OVER
lath or atuddlnr. Can toe tinted or
papered. Max O. Buren. 179 North
FOR SALE: ONE 1S20 MODEL MAX-
,we!l one-ton truck equipped with
. cab. windshield and stake body, used
lightly for two months. Will sell
cheap. Nee F. E. Loose, .' 224 State
St. Phone S33. Evening; 114.
WANTED SACKS, RAGS AND ALL
kinds of Junk. Stein bock Junk Co.,
324 X. Commercial SI Phone 30 i.
Used cars for sale. Parts of cars at
CAPTIVITY OF THS5 OATMAN GIRLS
Tnts true story of western Immi
gration baa been carefully revised.
making a bandsoma little book, it
tails in graphic terms of the massa
cre of the Oatman family., of the ea-
cane of Lorenso. and the caDtlvltr of 1
Mary ana Olive. Mary died or star- I
auoa ana uuve was purcnasea rrom I
the Indians five years later. Tha
enta. Dostoald. Address
(Jrecosi Teachers Monthly. Salens. Or.
ASH WOOD FOR SALE. PHONE 13CSW
rOR RENT HOTJ8ES, APARTMENTS
and farms. F. L, Wood. 341 State
street. Phone 794. T
FOR RENT FURNISHED 8 ROOM
nouse, all modern, furnace, fireplace.
etc. walking- distance from state
house. Available until March 1st.
SMALL. HOUSE IN OUTSKIRTS FOR
rent- la in noor condition. Will al
low two months' rent for fixing up. I
then $5 a month. Big garden plot.
.Lease if desired. Statesman business
FOR RENT MODERN STORE ROOM.
see J. n. Latttermsa. Arero hotel.
LOST AND FOUND
LOST SHOE BUCKLE IN BIACK and
silver. Monday. Reward. Phono 2343
LOST A IS INCH STRING OF PEARL
oeaaa at air urouoas or in cur. na
wara. i'n one zsss.
WE BUY ANY KIND OF USED CAK8.
KBona 399. 197 Boutb Commercial.
WANTED 125 SEVEN FOOT 8EA-
soned osk posts-. B. Cunningham.
WANTED TO RENT BY FEB. FIRST,
or room house. Will lease for
long time. Phone 1604 or 1743. .
WANTED TO BUY GOOD SECOND
hand clothes. If you have good
clothes, I'll psy you a rood price. The
$2 for $1 Store. 279 S. Com. SC Phone
HEAVY YOUNG HORSES WANTED
V a want to buy a carload of heavy
horses. A. L. Clearwater, phone 433.
Or call Cherry City Feed
r erry c
III lMIN All I II ft II HANl.H
VJjAjUUAO nuiv aJiiVAAialtUAJ
I 319 North Commercial St. Phone CSS
axon bix . rora oug uu
ittuaeosKer ii. i ton rora trues;
3350. 1917 Ford delivery car $400.
1917 Maxwell in fine condition 1450.
BRING YOUR BATTERY WORK TO
the Battery Shop, .263 N. Commercial
street. Phone 413. All work ruar
SHIPP-8 AUTO SERVIClv CITT AND
country wips. Psoas: Day 103;
sight. tt. ;
TIRES REP AJ RED VTJLC AjnZIJI O
XATES HJLLr-SOLB TIRE SERVICE
Station. 377 South Commercial St,
Characketa Lodge Ne. 1
every Wednesday evealag
TtSOat the I. O. O. F. IUIL ,
2) SAYS AXD EXPKXSS.
LARMER TRANSFER WE MOVE AND
tor good uay phono 9BS. MiATBt
phono 1I0S. i
JUNS WANTED WE PAY HIGHEST
price for junk or every kind- Lot us
mako you sries o your household
rooda Tha "SQuare Dear House
Capital Junk Co, 271 QtemaketA 8C
asa a asna-SMB vyanuxn a S a a1 waxa. iSress - ,TVM
' Vf;r' ir J,"X i;,?ri
iswassT MoT r rfi
trict manager for the Mutual Life of
, io- ' JJtt w J treos
"ic 9hf -
CAPITA!, CITT STEAM LAUNDRY
Quality work, prompt aervlce. 1114
Broadway. Phone It A.
BAxAIM- STEAM LAUNDRY QUICK
delivery and careful work. Dry wub,
e par pound. It SouU. Liberty St,
HOP LIE EXPERT LAUXDBY MAN, 416
Tarry St. 1 pay top mark at pries far
esieksas tad acta. Haas paese 1SS3J.
Saop phoae UJJ.
MONEY TO LOAS
LOAN 8 AT
cent. w. u
fcmith, 103 Salem Hank of
MONET TO LOAN
ON FARM LANDS
51, Pr cent Federal Farm Loans, 34 M
per cent FrlTate Funds. S3 years
Reasonable terms. Pay off
A. C. Bohrnstedt
401 Masonic Temple. Salem,
TOR SALE FRUITLAND NURSERY
has a few thouaand Italian Prune
trees, crafted Franquet Walnuta. and
also other Nursery Stock. 1'hone
111F21. Ht. 4. Salem. Ore.
REPAIRING AND UPHOLSTERING
HOSPITAL I HAVE
opened up a fitat CJaaa shop, repair
ing and rerimahing and upholstering.
All work guaranteed Will call and
estimate your work Phone 1742.
1201 8. Commercial. M. Brown.
' SECOND MAXD FCRKITirKJO
HOME OF BARGAINS NEW AND
Second Hand Goods bought-and sold.
Bring; in your old furniture and ex
change it for new. People's Furni
ture Store. 271 N. Com. Sl Phone 734.
WANTED SECOND-HAND FURXI-
ture, rugs, carpets, stoves, machinery
and tools. Best prices paid. The Cap
ital Hardware & Furniture Co, 2i
N. Com'l St. Phone 947,
DR. U HALL WILSON Spaclal-
Plication of Glasaea for tha aid
of vision and the relief of Eyestrain
ana Mesa acne, ornce closed Saturdays.
''"ice iiv-zu v. a. imiik uauaing.
rnqnm bixice io; res. ui.
1 aASiSF-KR UACL1JIO
CAPITAL. CITY TRANSFER fYl f'l I
State St.. phone 933.
Bt, pnone 93. Uistrlbullng.
forwarding- and storage our specialty.
uet our rates.
AUTO TRUCK SERVICES. ANT KINT
ot hauling. Household
moving Jobs done prompt'
ly. Try ma once. Tlmma.
471 Stat St. Phone ICS. Residence
PAIXT1XG AXD PAPER HANGING
HOUSE PAINTING. TINTING AND
.nut..M.T4a. u II V.ith Sli
442 Ferry St.' Phone 149. Residence I
SECOHD BHD OOODS
WE BUT AND SELL SECOND HAND
Brood of all kinds, pipe flttlnrs. bar-
nasa. collars, collar pads, tools, and
chains. Fred Scblndler, it Center
WALL PAPER. PAXSTT
WALL PAPER AND CEILING PAPER
20c and up double roll. Max O. Bu
ren. 179 N. Commercial St.
SEE PORTER FOR paints, WALL
Paper and Picture Framing. Good
workmen. 4ti Court St. Phono 4(.
WOVEN WTBJD ITBEHCIJrO
Deoot national d
all etaoa, f law to SS law feign
Palata. Otis and Varmlaaw
JStoyeo Hebadlt a ad BepaleedU
Ieffanborry aad Mop HooOua.
Salem Peaeo as Stove Woettsw
SS toort St. rssss 1S4
R. II. BTLEMIHO.
. CHINESE PHYSIC! AS
DR. L. M. HUM CURES ANY KNOWN
disease. 1(3 S. High St. Phone 113.
DR. O. U SCOTT. D. C. CHIROPRAC
tor. P. S. C graduate. 309-12 U. S.
N. Bank Bldg. Phone 37; Res. S28K.
DRS. WHITE AND MARSHALL. OSTE-
opathlc physicians and surgeons. 594
U. S. National Bank Bids. Phone
359. Dr. White residence telephone
449. Dr Marshall residence telephone
Burgeon, 403-404 Oregon
I. Bldg-. Phones: Office 1394: Kes. 58F5.
DR. . W. L. MERCEK GRADUATE
America School Oataopatby, Kirks.
sis. w a - a a, ... a A . 1 1 .
IUSJ, efaVVaf U-Va ICwlf D CArODIC
d.f5,.5nc A9V, P-
IMBft DIUi mVH V.V.
41S North Summer. Phono (14.
SALEM WATER, LIGHT At POWER
Co.. office 301 South Com'l street.
Ten per cent discount on domestic
flat rates paid In advance. No de
ductions for absence or any cause
unless water la shut off your prem
ises. LKGAIi NOTICKS.
Notice is hereby given that The Pa
cific Telephone and Telegraph com
pany, a corporation, has erected on
the shore of the Willamette river at
la point on the east side near the loot
of Center street, approximately 75
feet north ot the Steel bridge, Salem.
Oregon, and also on the west side of
said river, at a point approximately
75 feet north of the west approach
to the Steel bridge, two monuments,
namely, signboards set on posts In
plain view .and bearing the words
"Cable crossing. The Pacific Tele
phone and ' Telegraph company,"
which said signs mark the landing
places on the shores of the willam-
ikIOa, otaoa t AArlaln att K o ri i at
TiclfaT inn vt ss vri taiu 01 ov ucvusyi
I telephone and telegraph cable. ajMJ
I nroximatelr 1130 - feet in lenztm
whicn crosses said river In a general
WCTltriJ uisirviilii iium uc iaiu lauu-
ing on the east side of said Willam'
tta river, and between the termini
This notice Is published for tho
I purpose of informing all navigators
I of tne description and purpose of
'ilic monumenU aforesaid, and of the1
general course, landings and termini
of the cable aforesaid.
The Pacific Telephone and Tele
By W. D. Moore.
Division Superintendent of Plant.
AND PRODUCE WAZITZO
Marion Creamery & Produce Co.,
Salem, Oregon. Phone 2488
FISH AND GAME FIGHT
IS LAUNCHED IN HOUSE
(Continued from page 1)
speech said: "There are violent as
sumptions being made on the part
of some of the members before they
even know the personnel of the com
mittee which may be appointed.
hope the amendment will be defeated
and the original resolntion adopted.
It might be a good thing to have
someone tied up so he will stsy on
one side up and not keep flopping."
The amendment was defeated and
the resolution adopted.
REPUBLICANS OF ALL
WEST IN CONVENTION
(Continued from page 1)
umn four years ago, would lead the
way again next fall. State Chairman
Thomas H. Tongue Jr.. descrobed the
plans for perfecting an even strong
er organization of Republican wom
en. In the Oregon delegation also
were Arthur L. Moulton. Mr. and
Mrs. David M. Dunne, Mrs. C. C.
Colt, Sanfield MacDonald. Dr. and
Mrs. H. W. Coe and National Com
mitteeman Williams of Tort land. E.
B. Herrman of Roseburg and Cap-
tajn Walter Tooze Jr. of Dallas.
State Chairman William Thomas
spoke for Idaho and Miss Margaret
S. Roberts of Boise predicted that
the women of her state would do
their full share.
The Inward KffccU of humors are
worse than the outward. They en
danger the whole system. Hood's Sar-
saparilla ersdlrstes all humors.
enres all their inward and outward
effects. It is the exeat alterative
and tonic. whoc merit has been atv. I
0RT0N WOULD UM1T
DII I C TH DC nCCCDm
DlLLo 1U DL UfrLKLil
(Continued from page 1)
of the badking board, shall not b
limited to three, but that he max 4TV" I
point such a number of examiners as
shall be required for the proper con-
duct of th banking department
Senator Orton . introduced a meas
ure to amend section . 370 1. Ixird's
Oregon laws, ss amended by section
3. chapter 408, laws of 1919. relat
ing to the proceedings on foreclosure,
Judgment and decree, and ssle in
the foreclosure of delinquent tax cer
tificates. The measure removes the
provision that "apples t Ions for Judg
ment and decree shall be filed with
the clerk during the month of Janu
ary only In any year and Judgment
and decree shall not be entered prior
to the expiration of 60 days after the
last day of each calendar month.
Senator Thomas of Mcdford intro
duced a point resolution to refer to
the people a proposed constitutional
amendment to withdraw state aid !
from commercial fishing. The meas
ure would prohibit sny Tunds being
paid out of the state treasury for
the aid of commercial fishing ex
cept such funds ss are received from
taxes on equipment and output of
The legislature of 1919 made an I
sppropriatlon for the commercial
Cross Meat Market Will
Undergo Remodeling Soon
A permit was granted verier lay
Sam Adolph, owner of the building
at 370 State street where E. C. Cross
ft Sons are conducting a aieat mark
et to alter and repair the buHdl.i;
The cost was estimated at eS-0.
Two building permits were issued
yesterday by City Recorder Race.
One to the C. K. Spaulding Loggins
company to erect a frame war!nuje
on Front street between Court and
States streets. The const ructifi Ui
bar effected by day work and the esti
mated cost Is placed at $2500.
m fm as aj s s
I The Stateman s Gassified
Ads. Bring Result!
ciealcrr doesn't cmtxj thesn.
scna money and bast izieas
vxx. snd we will tactKl yon one
for trial Postage prepoUd.
21 Onaw Pbae SW To
The Story of a Honeymoon
A Wonderful Romance of Married
IJfe Wonderfully Tol.l by ADKLK
why iiior r :Art ?t;:. ai.i.'.s
may not UK "i:L;n :ng.-
I caught luy breath ta a gasp of
bewildered terror when fro.u uiy bd
where she lay bound. Mrs. .Mils
spoke of the unpleasant consequenc
es which would descend upon my
fstber's hrtd if Kstherlne Son not
csrried oat her avowed ibtectlon of
sending to Bellevue for dru treat
ment the woman who liad tried to
throw scld In my fsce. and had only
been prevented from doing to by
Katherine's presence of mind.
I had thought the secret of Rob
ert Cordon's identity, ss .my father.
was known only to the little group
of persons Intimately connected
with me. Dicky. Lillian and Harry
Underwood. Jack Bickett and Kather
ine Sonnot. Grace Draper had
learned of it. but she was down in
South America with Harry Under
wood. And Allen Drake the mys
terious man who had tried to get
my father s sddress from me wss.
I was rure. a government agent of
some sort, and In no way could his
affairs possibly be known to such a
person si Mrs. All is.
The fact that this woman, who. 1
was sure, wss connected with eater
prises that bordered upon crime,
should know sught of my fsther held
for me s menace other than the
mere fear of serious trouble for him.
It strengthened the secret terror con
cerning my father which I had long
felt, the haunting fear that he. too.
was an offender against the law.
My unreasoning terror wss such
that I would have begged the wo
man to tell me what she had meant
had not Katherine Just in time
caught my eye and warned me with
ringer on lips to be silent, snd to
MaT tn management of Mrs. Allis
'It's no use your rignslling her."
the mocking voice went on. "She
knows what I mean, knw if I-only
want to give tne wora, ner dear old
.S . -S . tea a . a
B,ao' WUI " an air nornpipe
down there In South America."
wn there In South America."
Katherine bent down to
looked steadily In her eyes.
"Whether Mrs. Grshsm Is sfrsid of
whst you may do or not." she said.
Icily, "please remember that I have
no reason to fesr you. And I pro-l
mise you thst if you scream or at
tempt any mischief while we sre out
of this room, I will deal with you sol
i wouia sny other insane person thst
I had to subdue. Please come out
side, Madge. I want to talk to you1
"Ill Have To Know The Truth,
Her voice and manner vers aa un
disturbed ss if she had Just uttered
the most commonplace or trivialities
I did not understand the mesning of
th vaena ... v. .... j w...
j evidently Mrs. Allis did for she
made no protest. Dut her eyes, sul-
len. Vindictive, followed US to the
. . . . . .
auu i soma nave oesa dead women!
before we reached it.
OUtalda In IK. . . 11 V.k--I.
shut the door and faced me. her
. . m. .Ma UK... rv KKumnH .
I'm sorry to QUIZ too. llidm hutlThis Is the time to buy if you have
1 1 1 nSVe LO KnOW the truth fa ltl"" lnuu"1 uuainn. i nave icmi
trtia what i-.i-.-. 7i IIM lots snd cheap In Fairmount addl-
true. what She Intimstes. that She tlon on the hill and on North Commer-
xnow sbe could cause your father's
cspture and execution if shel'Vv tul
vltharft" " I A bargain In a 5 room houae and two
I am utterly bewildered and ter -
rifled. Katherine." I returned "II A comfortable S room houae. close to
don't knnv i..ik . ...i T . lcsr barns: paved street, $1100.
aon t know anything really about my a fine -room modern close to Stste
la.uers affairs except that he writes
me that he Is In very great dancer I A aoub, House close in and just the
I raallv ha. i.w. V. .w..'thln for an income Investment. The
hi. l . , . ,u,cr lul
is anyming uiscreditsoie.
but I am very much afraid It may
c, uex-auae ne is so secretive about
it. snd from the fsct that a man I
oeueve is s government sgent. Is
trying to rind him."
T1..A - - . ... ...
""i t' '"ii ih; fm i. ,ii woman
Knows any!. :r. .iirii hii.i r.. she
saysT' ocr.i led K-.tlu-nn.
I . never In ,
Ii " v- had
seen or K.iv. i t 1 . i i n-:ll ihi
spoke. I p isivered iiuthfu'lv -ami
1 havcn'i the flightest idea how she
could know that I am his daughter
uut, on: Katherine. if she does
snow anything, let her go! I could
nt stand it to think that in order
... ... -
save myself trouble I had endans
ered my father's life."
What Does Mrs. Allis Know
Katherine took hold of my shoul-
aer ana snook me ever so slightly
to hare a Kltla aan.a
.? T -7.U " . fi1!?'
Madge." the said, with s trace of Ir
ritaflon. "If this woman really
knows anything, what guarantee
you 1011 sne won t tell It SS
-oon as ft suits her nnrrjoea tn an
ing 01 any consequence. No, my
uear, sne s too dangerous to be
turned loose, and I want your word
of honor that you won't Interfere by
word or look with mv management
of her. Relieve me. child. I'vs seen
this type of womsn before snd know
wnst 10 do. Hsve I your word?"
muiK, rvatnerine, - 1 re-1
turnea wearily. Hut there was a I
eoid nine fear at my heart that Mrs.
aiiis was not "bluffing" ss Kather
(To be continued)
Korean National Army Has
Captured En Chin. Report
HONOLULU. Jan. 12. A Korean
national army ha crossed the Rihae.
ll?n CTont,er ,nto Korea nd captured
Y Japanese) provla-i special Jail orchestra composed
ionsl government forces, sccordlng to' largely ct serrice men. has been
a csblegram frrm Shanghsl to the cured snd a number ot new song hits
I .vvivuu national association here.
FOR HALE 7-KUOM HOCSE UN Kvula
High street, modern c-va t en iencea ex
cept furnace. For tertua addreea Ji
WILL EXCHANGE FOR OREGON
property Tblrty-slx acre near
Undsay. California. Beautiful citrus
fruit land almost level: perferti
adapted for oranges. Irmant, lis,
ulnti. So improvements. Itu
tISO per acre. Iruperty .near Haleni
prefeired. Owner temporarily In tfa
lem. VS rite at onre. Addreaa T. II.
Pear man. Malem. Oregon
FOR SALE I -ROOM MODERN HOLME
furnace heat, electricity, hot and cold
water, etc.. w lib one acre of ground
about half la large bearing fruit
trees. lare lawn, good foliage, ce
ment aide walk and etreet- one blo.k
from afreet car. Beautiful borne.
gtHHl location. 1'rlce MXre: terma.
Others larger and smaller. Prune
orchards and amall firni for aale.
Kae 8. IC Pearson, 4 Oregon Bid.
FOR REAL ESTATE
farm, city or suburban
C W. NIEMEYER
tU-214 Masonic Temple.
MODERN BUNGALOW PAVED afreet
and car line, a swell borne and fine
location. S4S00. Five room bungalow
two blocks from csr line I2S0S. Small
house and two lots ISle. 4 -room cot
tage and lot 1(00. 40 acres with
prunes and loganberries. Roaedale
diatrlet. (13.000. 10 acree Garden
road 1500. 3 acres with house close
In 32000. A choice lot In Highland
witn fruit tree. ii.
F. L WOOD
Farms Of All Sizes Wanted
Winner A Smith, real estate dealera I
from Corvaliis. sre opening- an office
in room zoi Bank or Commerce
building. In Salem and are out for
liatlaga of farms ft sll sixes. If
your farm is for sale and you will
accept a fair price for It, write at at
Box 244. Salem. Ore. and we will
send you a listing card for a des
cription of your farm. We want to
Kraonally reaped each one of our
tinge and will follow an extensive
advertising policy, describing your
farm as It really is. Write us now
at Box 24. Salem. Our office will
be open after January . Uth. with
unester emiyi in coarge.
Two Very Choice Farms
buildlnga at $110 an acre, an dthe oth-
er an ss at sue an acre. We sold the
100-acre farm advertised laat week. It
was a bargain, though not the ouslitr
of the aboe If you want a good farm
of the else and while the weather is
good tske a look at them. You will
riad them to be as we stste them to be.
To bo reliable In stale meat is a big
iscior witn us.
We hsve still about 100 houses open
to purchase, one av bersaia A room and
two lots at ls00-easy terms. Another
suae, ana quicK posseeeton.
Fleming: Realty Rustlers
Choice Fruit Properties
2 acres at Shaw. 19 acres prunes. 4
acres cherries; good 7-roona plastered
house, fruit drier, barn, chicken
bouse: team mules, cow. Implements.
ladders, etc. Water piped to bouse
and drier. Price 1 14. See.
$7 arrea S miles east of Salem In Waldo
Mils; ZO acrea prunes. 11 acres lo
gana. 13 acres eppiee. 4 acrea cher
nee. 4 acres English walnuta. Houe
barn, storehouse, gasoline ensrino and
tank 20-stack fruit drier, farmiag
tools, etc. 111.500.
20 acres In full besrlng prunes In Roae-
dale section aoulB of Salem. In ex
cellent condition. $400 an acre.
Our apeclalty is choice fruit, nut and
pearct BROS, HorUculturaiiats
lOregoa Bldg, Salem. Phone 443.
PlCK Out YOUT Lot Or HOUXC
I Now is the lime: watch mv statement.
I ciai: paved streets all paid for $430 to
I lota, modern, at $1500; easy terms aad
1 immediate poaeeaeion.
I houae on a corner. $1500
I price makes It so $3200. See
I nf m
O Ii O it
tmmz, Realty Rustier
341 State street.
GOOD HOMES FOR LITTLE MONEY
room house, plastered In good dis
trict; plumbed bathtub not In: good lot.
$2250: $500 cash, balance terma.
5-room houae. 3 fine lots: fruit. 3(00.
Pavement paid. H. High.. $2100 Caab
and terma. W. McLaren. Room 25. 110
N Com. St.
i-room house. 3 rood lots, north.
l-room house. gnoi lot. trade ror
acreage, south. $1500.
-room modern house, very close in
$4000 ;trsd for farm and pay cash
tolcrous outbuildings.- fruit, good black
V - W I sivusv-B av a
room house, ground 20230: num-
- l0'1 terms.
.,i:rt.?Lh.0ui';.r.,u 1 loU fru,L M
1 I aaesssa ..sui w.w.s,
4 -room house, lot 125x240: fruit, on
Pacific highway. $1400: cash and terms.
2 One-acre Uacts good bouaea. IlliS
10 acres, buildings, ready to plant.
l Prunes, etc, salvanited tank, gasoline
ngtne; 11.00Opeach pits plsnted; on
prunes, etc. galvanised tank, gasoline
rock road. Slloo.
A 1st anmerous fine farms for sale.
Room 15. 110 N. Com. SL
Service Men and Friends In
vited to Affair in Armory
Plans ore practically complete for
the dance to be given in the armoy
Frirday night. January 16. by Capi
tal Post No: 9. American Legion. The
dance is to be for service men and
headed by Ja
The committee which
mes D. Young, met la
I the Commercial
the Commercial club rooms last night
to wortt out details of the plan. A
I win be played.
POk SALS LA KJg UOCSK IX OOUO 1C
caiaa. U Sal, fee looO. pwM ISA.
IS ACRES Hi MILES NORTHEAST OP
fairgrounda on gx-4 road. Irie lltso
U. K. Hart. ZSI Oregon tii4g.
4LE. FIVE OK !
rownt house, both located m liihe
t- ITtce reasonable: tartna.
owner, 1T4 Luther St
A DANDY MVS ROuM HOUSE
tm street, pavao. (or I104S.
sum rasa and moattalr payments.
Vuilt by owner a ad a pre-war swtcet
Phone 11U. '
ftKVV HOUSE 4 SALE MOD C It V
bungalow type I -room, base me At. ce
ment walks :a real buy at Hies.
gwod terms. e us todar. Jcha M.
Scott Realty Co, 311 Oregon Lidg.
FOR SALE IS ACRES APICES.
prunes, loganberries. Jnat aatud
city bralta. on paved road. Good 7-
room nouae. bars; extra rich soil:
over flats sold la fmit off place this
trf- Price ; term. D. E. Mars
203 Oregon Bldg.
SPECIAL SNAP SMALL. FARM. IS
acres. 13 in cultivation, good family
11. Scott Realty Co, 221 Oregon Bld
(0 ACRES RICH CHOCOLATE SOIL.
all la cultlvatton. on Pacific highway
4 mUea north of Albany and wear
railway station, good baiidinss. Prtcw
Per acre v. t. Hart, 200 Oregon
3 ACRES BEARING ROYAL ANN AND
tunu cnerries. some log an and strew,
berries. North Commercial tU Very
rich soil, price $1710. D E Hart.
Ortgow Bldg. - w
MAKE AN OFFER S-ROOM HOUSE
barn and threa lota wltk remit m
Laurel avenue, near the new pack lac
aiaac roruiii ewaer vill take beat
offer made for It la 30 days.
John II Scott Realty Co, 2I Oregon
rl va. HOOM BUNGALOW IN ltOS
mia. one oieca rrora pavo
nveu for $2400. Built fey owner lut
before tha war. Well constructed;
fireplace: complete cabinet kjicaon:
fully plumbed. f $00 cash. Carl
A bra ma. Stateaman build lag.
LOANS. REAL. XXTATB
LAFLAR A LAFUAR
404-7-4 Oregon Bfalat.
REAL ESTATE AND LOANS
on farms or
oa city property
301 Maaoaie Temple, Salem.
LIST YOUR PROPERTY
llf you want to aell your property In
tne city or country, aea the John 1L
fcott Realty Co. at owe. We certain,
ly have bee a selling property. There
la a reason for It. We eadeavor ac
all Ames to give both the purchaser
and seller a sjusre deal and we get
results. We bow have a Urge list of
prospective purchasers for both city
aad country property. Wo can aell
your property without doubt if your
price is right, If you doa t desire
to sell .do not list It with us or you
will bo without a lorn. '
JOHN H SCOTT REALTY Co.
233 Oregon Bldg.
20 acre tract located, all cultivated, t
acrea prune a. t applea; cherrf.
snd Peara. 4 room bouse, electric Itsrhts
wn. irnti rvao, rioso to fa 1 era. sight,
'location, beet of sotl. price lll.sse.
10 acres of beariar Italia prune,
rock road. 4 mile out. Prw At. a a
$2 acre tract locatea It. n.n. ,w
of Salem on main rock road. 4 rooan
I some timber,
"". , wrm. wen. mostly cultivated,
some timber, fine prune and berry land.
Price $200 peV acre.
Well Improved A4 area faeaa
all cultivated, mostly new land, good
mwwTM nouae. oam. water at
houae and barn. ITlce $11,200; cash,
balawco S per eeat Inter eat.
"ere rarm and timber land lo
cated on good toad aaat mt ri.
$100 per acre.
10 arrea of timber, located on g-oe4
road east of Salem, buildlnga. If yew
are looking for cord wood propoeitio
njwiaaiv una. rTlC SIC per acre.
$0 acre tract laoatad s ml.. .
oaiem. s acres under cwltivatloa. bal.
c. tt"?N"' sad atump pasture, land
horses. A head of cattle, six hog a. Price
101 a era farm. 1 SS aeeaa 1 1..
balance pasture and timber: a-txvS ll
room plastered houae. bar, welt, crop
gooe; possesaion at once. Price 112.-
Melt Improved 10 aeea f liii
5 miles east Of Salem: rood !,..
32 acres located on paved road S
miles from Salem: araml Wnlm
chard, close to KhooL Prtea 111 sas
Well Improved A acre tract located
cloee to carllne and on gravel street.
5 room Dungalow. fruit, close la. Prico
34 Oacre farm. 0 acres culUvstedt
bslance timber and pasture. ' HiMav
ft.... w . . . .
'.fc v I ciover
and arala I a mA.
some rtn river
$100 an acre.
bottom aoiL Price
5 acretrsrt all In bear In r fruit, an.
plea and cherries, house. Price 32300:
I room piaatere
5 room plsstered buraslowr. I rd
on Xotrk Stat tci
lriee $1750. $50 dew.
room plastered cottage, bath. H.
vale water system, located In south Sa
lem, cloa to carline, sightly location.
1 room modern house at 713 Perry
ft. Price $is. Terms.
room modern homo, furnished rood
location. Price $500.
7 room modern homo, located close
I. paved etreet. Price $IT00.
7 room modern home, baaemeat. good
location, close to csrliae. It Ice 1100?
A room house, plastered, basemeat,
fine large lot. hearlna! fruit. Paved
treet. Price $2500.
Fine view lot located oa Fatraneauat
Hill. 75x150 feet, paved street. I-rt-.
4 rcom modern home focalad at tot
S Cbcrch atreet. Price $4730.
Strictly modern A room bunealAw tt
rated oa Fairmount - hill. Two laraa
lots, corner property, paved street.
Ishtly Wat Ion. beautiful shrubbery.
Price $4000: j cash, balance terma
If you want to buy. trade or sell, sea
W. H. GRABENHORST & CO.
t7t tsata. tT0dt
FOR RETT 4T An MS .
ercnaro. somo feoa wood timber a ad
paaiure. a modern farm aouao plan
ter ed; bath and good cloeota: small
few barn, t JSS on rood irrn, Jrh
ed 14 mil from Waconda ststi)
Oregon Vlectrle .R It. with dwellinr.
fsriu orchsrd. pasture and farm laaX
toa-ethee- with moe.hly cash Mr
mnta for board and washla f- a
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