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yrjtl INSURANCE SOCIETY
fUtinen, Roland BorghArdt
fbjdeal Agent 871 BUU BL
HONEY TO LOAN
On Baal Estate
T. K. FORD
(Orer Ladd ft Bnah Bant)
HAYrKINS & ROBERTS
504-207 Oregon Building
at hornet Including torn of the H-
Mt la tne cut. uar in or. urmi
tad acreage U complete.
LAFLAR A LAFLAR
101.? Oreron Bldg. Phone 1C44
, r'brasry 3 ;
showing starts at 10
'i.'.Urk: ssle etarts at 1 o'clock at
(lirgraaad. Lunch served on grounds.
foa BEST FURNISHED A P A R T
Mat, taunt; references; iuu Lkiie.
ilvimniu.y.)tvi Avn rxit.i.rr.
ler ltk auto or rig. Apply 548 State
OS SEPARATE ROOM. FURNISHED;
fiae for warktng person. 91.V Twa
rmtsM and kitchenette, furnUhed; 30,
Hi Marion at. Pbona 1324. .
fKD 'PHONOGRAPHS - FOB SALE
rfcesp and easy lerma. Tha Wi!ey B.
Alien Co, 519 Court aL
roar fob sale, ix good coxdi-
tion and low in price; terms. Call at
'Alt Court A I
SMITH ft BARNES PIANO FOR SALE
lor f2V). A bargain. The Wiley B.
Allen Co, 519 Court at.
HATE YOU A BRICK OR CONCRETE
aildiagt Let as show you - what a
substantial taring we ran make you in
yoar insurance. Call and aee us. No
obligation. Phone 847, room 2 Bnsh
Hank bldg. Standlry It Foley, agent,
KOTICE TO CONTRACTORS SEALED
bida are requested for the construction
of tire-story addition to Fry's ware
house, corner Front and Ferry atreets.
Ad material except cement. Bind and
grarel to be furnished on tha ground.
Bids will be opened Saturday. Febru
ary 5th, lit. m. The right la reserved
to accept or reject any or all bida. Full
srticulart at Fry t drug atora. .
I tres, 3 in fruit, barn, chicken house
Hi J, all cultivated, best of .toil, aear
I rrrt, good house, barn, all cleared,
rtved road, rlose ir., $1900.
I art, best of Kiier bottom, house, bam
kalf acre logaxt, 1 strs wherries, all cul
. tivated; close ia, $2500, terms.
; t ,1 arret all in loga.ia aad prunes, fair
. iaprevemenla. electric lightt, close to
' school. 612.000. tcru-a.
4 acres, 13 bearing prune, drier, new
reeia house, barn, goed aet out-build-kari.
all cultivated, 1 mile of small
leva. $17,000. term.
So teres bottom, 6 milet from the court
tout. $20 per acre. '
ireoei bouse, pavement, two lota, $1309,
Imea modern bouse, 1 trre lot. lots of
fruit tod nuts, finest, lot of shrubbery,
vster aad light' system, close to car,
Ireeia. bouse, two Ivtl, close to school,
I rwxa modern house, lot of fruit, grsv-
led ttreet, $1900. '. , - '.
Ft selection of higher priced bouses.
311 Sltte Street .
Ose slorjr 5 room house, t lota, city water,
tear rsr line, $1830; $350 will handle
1 tsraber of good eity residences well le
tted. Priced right. ety termt.
SO-scre trart of timber 7 miles and ad
Hm( lloweil Prairie. A snap at
W acres north on country road: 10 acres
It cultivation; balance in timler; 150O
eerdt of wood, running stretm; tmtll
iause, well, tled; $4000, easy pay
t2 acrea. ' A real farm, black 'aoit, five
ilea out, good. road; 60 acrea in culti
vttma; S in berries, well drained and
tiled; 13 acrea in choice timber; run
ning at ream of water. 1-argt 11-reom
kuse, big barn, nsagnifieient anrrouad
hits. A real home for $21,000,
' r"d buy tee nt. If you want to
fll list with ua. Jf you want to trtde,
OREGON LAND CO
412 Sttte Street.
nvr ruriii rinu
liter farm located about 1 wile from
- f,reet ear liae in excellent fruit aee
13 arret full bearing Italian
franae aad about 3 acre of other
frails, priaeipslly cherries, petrt and
topics, Two teres young logs as. Good
'.! hoM. btru, fruit dryer and
ctM-keu houses. ; If you want a good
income ftrm close in, this it whtt you
01- Price $15,000. cood termt: will
wPt food residence property ptrt
HESIDENCE FOR ACREAGE
,!??liT,, cw room resideac with
Ju bsseaent and it atodera except
'urate. Tait It t very nett horn with
VL te tchool. Price
"w. Will exchtnge for good close
''M te equal value; prefer tmall
I '5l IT AXD BERRY FARM
'"I1 k'Bg prunes and 20 acres
L . ""''f logsnt. Six-room bouse,
etap houaet tor berry pick-
eu: !xr,,e 1 "til from toss In Ma
.-amy, priee $r,0ii pr ,rfv. Thi,
line paring place and will soon
Py ler itself, will take some trade.
L.MLJ j .Hs CUE FARM
r.,i . "lea county and eornert at
rsiir.,4 low ; J,, rrr, rwtiT,trd
H;Lr Pre with aome wood.
. '"'"'. I Price $300O; will ae
rtr,!S r,lty of $3o.
Ilrt if talll' i e have a good
.... KINNEY & SMITH
- FEM if R
ft VTE) Vi.ftVtit.v r i.v sa frvf.
'fee room; 99 S. Commercial.
1 v'ifJE, COMPETENT WOMAN FOR
T ejo MALI.. j , . ., t
. . - --"ins iihi uousewora. o"i
7rncea required. School for Blind.
; MALE I
Jl . EXPERIENCED FIREMAN
"Jstt. Tuberculosis bosplul Boom,
itd and laundry, Pboae 433.
THE OREGON STATESMAN. SALEM. OREGON
A!iIll MfcA ASD WOMCN TO
tk farm paper subscription. A coed
propoitioa to the right Boople. Address
th Peifi Homestead, fttatesaaa Bldg.
GET MARRIED BEST MATRIMONIAL
paper published, free for aUnp. Cor-
biactipul wall tists, matt
saw eoler 10 pound aad. ap. Max O,
Bare. 17B V. Comj St. -
CLOS1NO OI T SALE. Of X. SELIO'S
atora at Fall C5tynow going on. If
- you want a good ' business location in
veatigat thia. opportunity. JfT further
partiralara inquire 1115 Marias atreet
or phone 15.VSR.
. CANARY BIRDS.
FOR SALE CAXART BIRDS. Kight
singers. Phone 1280. 1030 Chemek
WE HAVE BOMS GOOD PAXM MORT
gsge to aell.
sot fr.i HM., Salem
CP YOU WAST TO 5T THB BEST
farm paper, trad 15 t The Paeifia
Homestead. Balem, Oregon, (or tkrea
nontha trial aubacriptioa. Mention Uia
FOR SALK PURE BRED BRONZE
turkeys: one goobier and three hena.
I., tr. Bulgin, 920 Mill street. Phone
S. C. BROWX LEGHORN ftrCKERELS
that will make good. Price right.
Hatching eggs. K. IL Rosenkranx,
fH KOBTHWEST rOtri.TT JOTJR,
sal, tha biggeet and Wat la tha rt
Taa bra magaalna tor lire noultryman
' T&t m year. S1.00 ia Balam. Bead i
eenU a tamnl tadav. Addraaa Tha
Northwest Poultry Journel. fiaiom, Oro-
' roau Mention tiie
FOR SALE BULCAN GAS RANGE. IN
. good condition. Mra. C. Van Patten.
FOR 8 ALE ONE QUARTER OAK DIN
tng room table and six rhaira to match,
906 X. Front. Phono 1898.
WALPELT" TOUR BOD8S; IT 8
uporior to ekrtfcv bout kali priee.
Max o. Buren, 179 . Mi l bi.
WALLBOARD" CAS BX USED 0VZ2
lath or etaddlnc. Can be tinted
papered. Max O. Bare. 179 Starts
STANDARD EXCHANGE. 843 NORTH
Commercial atreet, diamond, watches,
musical lnrtrumenta - .guna, elothing.
ihoee, ate. Both new aad used good
bought, told or exchanged.
WALL PASTE." SO COOEXNG RX-
S aired. Stick everything. Max O.
.urea, 179 S. Commercial at.
CAPTIVITY OP THE OATKAft GIRLS
Thi true atory of waetora imm igra
tioa hat been cartfaUy revlaed, makjag
a ktadtome Utile book. It tell ia
rraphM term of too massacre of the
Oatmaa family, of the eecape.of La
rent, aad the captivity of Mary aad
Olive. Mary died of tarvaUoa aad
Olive waa purchased from the Indiana
five year later. The priee i 10 cents,
poetpald. Addreae Oregoa Toaeaota
Monthly. Saloea. Oiwfwa. '
Arl SECOND GROWTH FIR WOOD, $9
per cord if taken at time of unloading
, ear. bput Feb. 6. Phono 1747. .
CALL THE SALEM PUKf. TARDS POIt
year wood aad coal; olive Ta lraae
atreet. Phen 529.
Ttlepheae 107J '.'-.:
Wood Buyers aad Shipptrt
i t 642 Stab Street
: SALEM. OBEGOS
Ctrload Sbipmenu a Specialty
' LIST TOUB WOOD WITH CS
TOR SALE RiCOND GROWTH Flit
WVOD. FOUR FCT AXD SIXTEEN
INCH. FRED E. HELLS, 303 8.
CHURCH. PHOXE 13a2.
FOR RENT FURNISHED) APARTMEM
Inquire at Damon atvre 699 North
Comiiieri-iat Mrrct. f -
P. L WOOD $31
eatato, reaUla. ,
ST AT B ST, REAL
lOtt UKXT- NICK WARMLY HEAT Li
rooma, 116 Marion.
POIt RENT 3 PARTLY FURNISHED
housekeeping rooms, 1045 X. Cottage.
Phone 1236& iisssmmm
LOST AND FOUND
LOST BLACK ORDER BOOK. ON TUR
ner road. Leave at Price Shoe Store.
Reward. . '
LOST OOLD BAR PIN OX STATE OR
Liberty street, or ia departmnt ator.
Reward for return. Phone 1304.
WANTED WURK HORSK FOR ITS
keep or might buy. Phoa 4r4.
OOOSEBEERRT AND CURRANT CUT-tmt-i
wanted. Fraitland are.
Phono 1140M. : - ' -
WANTED FIRST CLASS LOGANBER
ry tip plnu for lter delivery. V"""rt
us tuckert. joint plant aor tpindling
ttt. Stt quantity and price wanted.
if Kl,-tirdon. Phone 494. -
Pun 8LK FORD ROADSTER I-ATE
model, looka and runa like new. 1 bone
173. ' - " ; '
OLESON MOTOR CAR CO.
319 K. Commercial St, Phon 666
Used Cr Coaler. Quick Change
ivie Reo ... "
191 Ford Touring - - J;
191.-. handler, a P
19JO International t toa truek.... 110
1919 Chandler, 7 passenger ...... HW
Many Other Good Buys
DR. L. M. HOM CHRES AWT KKOWJI
18 8. High Bt- rne-ao $88.
hour. Call 10-R.
WILL WORK BY
Read the Classified Ads.
HAT SHOP MEX-8 AXT WOMtX'S
hat ravtd aad a locked 495 Court
MONEY TO LOAN
BflLDIXO LOANS AND LOANS OS
residence properties closed promptlv.
Repayable like rent. Money to loin on
centrally located bu.inesa properties.
A. C. BOHKXSTEDT
401 Matoaie Temple. Salem, Ora.
SALEM LAUNDRY COMPART, lie S.
liberty atreet. PKoae 25. Oldett -Largest
Beat. Established IMP.
CAPITAL CUT STEAM LAUJfDRT
Qaality work, prompt terries, 1104
Broadway. P'noae 16S.
CHOICE LOOAXBERRT PLANTS FOR
apring delivery; any quantity. Ward
K. Kuhardson. 2393 Trent,
CHOICE STRAWBERRY PLAXT8. ANY
quantity; ail leading varieties. Pricet
Interesting. Ward K. Richardson,
2393 Front St. Phono 494.
FRUITLAXD NURSERY NOW HAS
talet yard corner High and Ferry ete
Salem. Please call tad sea our atork;
6 and 8-foot Italian prune and amaller
grades, alto other nursery a lock Phone
PAINTINO AZCD rATZZKAjiGISO
I hare (one eaat on extended visit and
I recommend A. It. Clark phone
1396J) at competent workman. Glenn
L. Adams. -
PLUMB1XO. REPAIRING AND COIL
work. . Phone I517J. Shop 127 Union
atreet. ' A. L. Godfrey.
WASTED COXnXEMEXT CASES AT
private hospital. I have beat of equip
ment. Phono 195.
PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS
KATHERINE SCHLEIP. M. D, PHY
aieiao. aad Surgeoa. Office Oregon
buUdisc. room 411-lt. Photo 540,
264. Over Oregoa Electric deot.
SECOND HAND FURNITURE
WASTED SECOND-HAND FCRXI
tmra, rags, earpeta, t:evea. aLaebiaary
aad tooU. Beat pricet paid. The Cap
ital Hardware at Furniture Co, 285
N. Com'! St. Phono 947.
REPAIRING AND SHARPENING
CUTLERY GRIND ISO ; LAWN MOW
era, aafety rater, ate Stewart' 8 Ko
pair Shop. 847 Court atreet.
BEX WHEELER EVERYTHING RE
paired. General aharpeaing. chimney
aweep. 1483 N. 17th tt Phone 1418W.
CAPITAL CITY TRANSFER CO. 216
State St, phone 988. Dittribating.
forwarding aadi atorag our specialty.
Got ear rate.
STOVES REBUILT ASD REPAIRED
40 yeare experience; Depot National
fence, tiset 26 to 56 incae high, Paiau
oil aa varrishes, te logaa berry aad
bop book. Salem Peace aad Stove
Work. 230 Court street. Phone 12
SECOND HAND GOODS
vrw Birr axd sell second hand
v food of all kinds, pipe fittings, kar-
ateaa, eouara. eoiiar jpaoaj tooia, sat
WALL PAPER, PAINT
WALL PAPES AND CEILING1 PAPK.1
30 aad no doable roll. Max O. Ur
raa, 179 K. Commercial St,
SEE PORTER FOR PAINTS, WALL
Paper aad Picture Framing. Good
workmea. 455 Court St. Phono 465,
SALEM WATER, LIGHT POWER
Co. of fie $01 South Ccm'1 atreet,
Tea per eeat discount oa domeati
flat rts pid ia advaaca. ft d
dnetwaa for abteate or aay cauae aa-
vater ta taut off year pramtsoa.
DR. O. L. 8COTT, P. S. C, CHIROPRAC
tor. 809-12 U. B. Bank Bllg. Phoa
T; Baa. 82MR.
DR3. WHITE AND MARSHALL. 06
n. S. National Bank Bldg.
DR. W. U MERCER, OSTEOPATHIC
PkytieUa aad Burgees, KirasvLia
rrdt, 404 aad 405 U. 8. Satl Baak
buildiag. Phone Office 919, reaidaaco
DR. J03 L. LYXCH, OSTEOPATHIC
Phyaician Bargsao, 408-404 Orogoa
Bldg. Phone: Office 1894 1 Ro. Saf.
NEED SOUTH SALEM MODERN
homes en my list. Gertrude J. M. Page.
492 X. Cottage St. Phone 1166
House and 2 lota ia good town, $1,000.
51 acre farm on pavement, 5 acrea good
timber, aew bouse and good barn; 40
acre ia crop. . 2 cre atrawberriea.
family orchard, four mite out. $15,000.
Nice bungalow, $3250.
LOOSE & PATTON
370H State St.
390 ACRE RANCH NEAR SALEM,
fully equipped with stock, machinery,
feed, ete, ever 200 acrea ia cultivation,
mostly plowed and in grain, good house,
large barn, fine fruit land, some fine
timber. Price $100 aa acre fully
equipped. Yew can't beat this in Ore
gon. A few thousand will handle, bal
ance long time. Will lake aome trade.
Barber A Pearson, 200 Gray Bldg.
28 ACRES TO TRADE
For Salem reidence. farm mostly in cut
vtivUoa. little timber. 7 room bouse,
bam and poultry houaes. all kinda small
fruit, level land. ri-h soil, near station
Would make fine chicken ranch. Prict
Barber Pesrson hare several first cltss
bungalows, modem, for ttle. . priced
right, on termt. We have Urge list
ing, tome . ia and ee us. 200 Gray
bids. 1 4t your property with us, it
will '.receive apecial attention.
Trade 61 acre aear Salem with improvt
meats, mostly in cultivation, te trade
for city property. Priced cheap at
$125 in acre, terms
BARBER & PEARSON
200 Gray Bldg.
6 room furnished college oa pved ttreet.
7 room furnUbed eoHge. east front, ev
ery kind of fruit on 3 large lota.
1 room Jki-. close to high achool, paved
atreet, $2700. ...
3 room home aud garage on pared street.
4 room faouMi, S bti, $ISrWi, ey pay
A beautiful bungalow on paved ttreet.
Give me your price on it.
A beautiful home, complete tn every oe
tail, furnace, garage, large beautiful
lawn. $5500. , ' .. .
15 rre tract, with splendid house on It.
rlose to einlero; remember you will
uevrr again buy tracta at these pricea.
50 a--rrs, rl to Salem, good roads, aome
fruit, good buildings, will build you
new modern house. $J15 per cre.
I have small farm for trade. Have sp.en-
GERTOUDE J. M. PAGE
491 T. Cotl.se St. Phon 1186
Read the Classified Ads
FOR SALE 26.54 ACHES. 2V4 MILES
from Salem, adjoining Hollywood tract,
excellent soil. Write Mra. H. J. Mar
tin Seibcrts, 728 j 11 U waa tie. Pert
FOR SALE ? 6-ROOM MODF.RX COLO
nial buuie, beat residence district, es
cellent rofittnirtiea, old iory finin,
newly tinted and in best condition
throughout. This is a very artistic
home and is being flered at a bargain.
MRS. WINNIE PETTYJOHN
272 State Street Phone 515
Owner of a 10 acre orchard hat a fine
bnsineaa opening aad will snake an ac
tual sacrifice of his place to enable hia
The price ia open; 1.1 minute from town;
desirable place. See me for detail.
341 State Street
OXE OF THE BEST 7 ROOM BUXGA
tows: all modern, in aupcrb location;
fciilK), aome terms.
Room 29. Corner State and Commercial
We have a limited number town houses
' and suggest you consult m. You will
bo satisfied. Wo mean what we say.
The FLEMING REALTY Co
41 State Street
Eight-room modern house. 83500, or will
exchange for amaller bouse. 40 acres
part ia fruit, aome timber; good lora-
. lion, fair buildings: take house part
pay. six room modern house, 8260.
Four-room bouse. 91300. 1 Five-room
bouse, $1000. Want to buy a home
north of Center atreet and west of
12th. Have a three-room house for rent
or aale. easy terms. 88a0.
F. L WOOD
841 State Street. !
FOR SALE 5-ROOM COTTAGE, ELEC
tric lightt, bath, built-in features, well
arranged, lot 117 feet front, bearing
fruit, a good bay at $2100.
MRS. WINNIE PETTVJOHS
275 Stat Street Phone 513
FINE PRUNE ORCHARD OP 40 ACRES
a money maker, well located, priced
right end oa good terms.
5-room house with fine lot at only $1050.
Good eottage en pavement at $2500.
SQUARE DEAL CO.
Frtfi air v . o rwnvr nrvnir .nr- n-o
aace. fireplace, newly painted aad
. tinted, : On block to paved street and
ttreet etr. Pric $4200.
5-room bungtlow. tU modem, aewly
painted and tinted, good locatioa. Price
5-room bungalow, all modern, similar te
above bat farther out. Price $3000.
MRS. WINNIE PETTYJOHX
275 State Street Phone 515
10 acres, 7 room house, hem. 8 acre of
bearing iogant. Price $10,000.
15 acre tract, good bungalow, bam. well,
2 acrea logaua, 10 acres of bearing
Italian prunes. 2l. acrea Italian prunes
set out ia 1920, 4 milet tooth, price
5 acre of fine berry toil located rloae
to car line aad Pacific highway. Price
2 acrea on ear line, email brn. Pric
$1500, $300 down, balance $200 per
year, 6 per rent intereat.
60 acre tract, 45 acre of . prunes. 13
acres lnsrans. mod drrer. 7 "room house.
windmill, good rotd. Will consider good
home in Stleia aa part payment. Price
Good ti room plastered bungalow, electric
lights, barn, chicken house, gravel street,
close to car line, 3 fine lota and located
just outside of ctiy limits. Price $2100,
fbVt) down, balance termt.
50 tcre firm. SO teres catttvtted. bsl
nc timber and pasture, bouse and
barn, some fine bottom soil. 6 toilet
rum Salem. Pric 88500.
Well improved 190 acre faim. good mod
ern buidrngt. 50 acrea fall wbett. Will
consider goad bom in Salem up. te
$5000. Price $150 per acre.
Six acre tract located 4 miles from Sa
'iem. 4 room house, barn, well, 2 acre
bearing prunes, one tcre logtn. Pric
$1650, $H0 down, balance terms.
6 room bungalow, bath, toilet, lightt. built
ia kit- hen. good location. Price $3250.
280 acre farm. 100 arrra cultivated, two
seta of buidlings. best of prairie soil.
- 25 acrea of beaver dam toil under cul
tivation, clone to good tchool.- Price
If yoa are looking to buy, trad or
W. H. Grahenhorst & Co.
375 State Street
L A. HAYFORD
and Fire Insurance '
305 State Street
See thi nice modern house, bungalow
style, basement, furnace, double garage,
and in a fin location. This is unus
ually good for the price of $5800
A good home of 6 rooma ia fine condition
with good gsrage, fruit, lot 50s 1 10; N.
Salem. Price $3200: cssn $lOt0.
7-rnora bouse, , plastered, basement, bath,
toilet, electric licbts. garage: one block
to atreet car. Price SI500; raab $IOOO,
7 -room honse plastered, basement, nud 4
lota, bam and lota of fruit. Will eon
aider auto as part payment. Price
$3600; cash $1250.
7-room bouse, plastered, full basement:
- modern except furnace, on paved atreet
and atreet ear; good lot. If sold aeon.
" at only, price $4500: terms.
7-room plastered. 5 yeare eld. hot and
cold water with ststioaary tubs: fruit
- and shade: one block to ttreet ctr
Price $4000; cash $10O0.
6 room plastered house, bath, toilet, elec
tric lights, large barn, large lot. chicken
house and Rood yard; lots of fruit, ete.
Can aell tl-ia today for Price $5500.
7-room house, plastered, bath, toilet, elec
tric light, barn, woodshed, chicken
house; varioua kinds of fruit: out
block to stmt car. Price 83500. terms
10 acres, l'j mile from Salem and a 4
room new hue ; 6 acres eletred. 4
acrea pasture with 'email timber, place
fenced, woven wire, about 4 acrea if
in orchard, mi-ted; I'.j arret strawber
ries and logaat for family use: one cow.
75 chickens go with piece: gtrage. ant
tmall barn, new; well end soring
good wtter. Price $4350; cash $1500.
17 acrea. 4'4 mil nouth of Salem oa
new Pacific highway; 10 acres ia bear,
tag prone, apples, cherries, ete. 2 ',4
ere in yaw prune. 2 cres log.nl
nd soma oxwtr srrie; 3 room aonse.
old barn. - C d well and pump. Prict
81 0.0O0 : tern..
60 teres. 6 mile east of 6.1cm: 40 arret
cleared. -') acres in pasture and timber,
and all fit to- cultivate: all fenced aad
cross fenced: dark soil, about 3J acrei
now in wa-at and hay, - acres mostl)
prune, besr.ag. 6 to 10 year eld: 7
cewa. 2 heifers. 2 good horse. 2 wag
one and 1 truck, binder, mower and
rake. plows and rultivatur: 9-room
hoie. hot aad cold water, good bara
silo, garage, well, spring aad running
water the year round. Cheap at $.'0.0O0
L A. HAYFORD
305 St? Sire-
7 rom house en car lino, bath, electric
lightt. Aa eicrllent bay. Prie $2J-W
6-room bouse, half block fret paved
street and car- tin, bsth. electric
'light, garage. Price $J3.r: terma.
3 room .. city water, electric lights.
Money to Lean oa good real estate eeur-
MILLS & COPLEY
831 H Stat EUett. Tboa 175
FOR SALE 7 ROOM PLASTERED
hoaae. garago. 1 let. Price $2300; $S00
cask; balance 920 pr month.
IUBT k M I'LL EH
208 Oregon Buidiag
CONV ENIENTLY LOCATED FIVE ROOM
modern house for aale. Price reasonable
if taken at once; good terms. Mere ia
today. rr appointment to see it, call
" Phone 494 or armings 63 1M.
40 ACRES. 22 CULTIVATED. GOOD
read, good term. flftuO.
Room 29. Corner aiata and Commercial
2 hooves on South IXth street. '
fr.m Mate. $liUO and f lauo.'
U bl-k. 3 room koue on South 13 to at
A new modem bungalow on North 20th
ain-et at fliviO.
A gMid 7 room modern huute on Winter
street at J600.
7 rooma fu!!r modern en North 20th
strrrr at f 3800.
3 rooms filly modern on South 14th
street at 84000.
teres. 3 room bungalow on Commer
ciai stiret at MOix)
10 tcrea. all in fruit, rood 7 room house.
good barn, en paved road. mile from
car line; fsH. terms.
5 acres, g. a
barn, on paved atreet and car line at
We have a large Ht onwmall farms and
orchards reaonably priced.
LAFLAR & LAFLAR
4O0-407 Ore. Bldg,. Salem. Ore.
NOTICE OF KALE OF RE.L
In the Circuit Court of the State
of Ore son for Marion County
Department No. 2.
Clara B. HouRham, Plaintiff, vs.
t Ida J. Henderson. Jessie M. Mc-
Cormick. Mar e M. Meagher no
Marie M. Tibbets. and J. J. Mc-
By Yirtue or an order issued out
of the Circuit Court of the State
of Oregon for the County of Mari
on, on the first day of February,
1921, wherein it was ordered and
decreed the F. N. Derby. L. P ' Al-
drlch and E. F. Smith be. and they
are hereby appointed referees to
sell the following described prem
The southwest one-quarter ( 4 )
of Block No. two (2) In Roberts'
Addition to the City of Salem. In
the County of Marion as shown
and designated on the recorded
plat and maps of said addition to
the City of Salem now on file in
the Recorder's of rice for. said Ma
rion County. SaTe and except SO
leei ana 4 inches ort the north
side of said premises heretofore
deeded to Elizabeth Steiner by H.
J. and Emily E. Smith by deed
dated June 15. 1889. recorded in
Book of Deeds. Vol. 29, page 653
of said Marion County records. ,
Said referees will sell at nubile
itotlvv t.A VA. . . I
suvuu iu swie ucKnoea prem
lses on the 5th day of March. I
tV-ri'w." . wr'.mt
the Court House door In Marlon
ConntV and Statu of flrsmn all
iub aaia t-tara u. Mougnara. iaa
iienaerson. Jessie M. McCor -
mick. Marie M. Meagher and J.'J.
McCorraick. plaintiff and defend
ants, had. or may now have In
said premises. Terms of sale cash
unless bid in by parties to the
above entitled cause.
Dated at Salem, Oregon, this
first day of February. 1921.
F. N. DERBY. '
L. P. ALDRICH,
E. F. SMITH.
Classified Ads. in The
Statesman Bring Results
AND PRODUCE WANTED
Uirion Creamery & Produce Ce
Salem, Oregon. Fhone 2483
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I H KS )AV MIlUNIVr: h k KRII1MV 1 1Q71
The Story oi a Honeymoon
4 WoDderfal Ronuukoe of klarrieO
LiXe WoBdcrfullj Told bf
HOW MADGE COMFORTED KA
TIE AND BROUGHT BACK
HER WILL TO LIVE.
Hours afterward Lillian came
into the room, her face lined with
anxiety. Mine must have reflect
ed the peace I had attained, for
her eyes lifhtened .as they met
mine. J -
-Now you're my own brare
girl again." she said as she came
up to the bed bearing a tray with
a cup of steaming coffee and some
toat upon it. "And there is a
task be tore you that will tax your
strength so drink this first."
1 obeyed her, and then aat up
"You're not to bother one bit
more about me," I said with de
cision, vl'm perrecUy all right,
ready to bear a woman's part in
stead of acting like a spoiled,
hysterical child. What is it you
rrant me to do?"
"You Judge yourself too harsu
ly, my dear." Lillian said kindly.
"But I'm glad you're feeling all
right, for you have a aad time be
"Katie" I ventured with
"Ye." Lillian inclined her
head sadly. "Katie has lost her
little child. It died at birth. And.
of course, she is wildly inconsol
able. The physician fears for
her life If she cannot be quieted
otherwise than by drugs. And
she's asking over and over again
I bad risen from the bed at her
first mention of Katie's name,
and by the time she had finished
I was hastily dunning a loose
house gown and slippers and
twisting my hair up into the
simplest and quickest possible
I will go to her at once." I
said, and two minutes more saw
me bending over Katie'a bedside.
It was an almost unrecorn lia
ble Katie whose grief-haunted
eyes stared up at me. Ravaged
by pain, torn by wild rebellion at
her fate, there was little trace of
my volatile, happy-go-lucky little
maid in this woman with the
burning face and wild-staring
I had heard her calling me.
-rih vt...t. I" IT" J
wamp e . uoii UiaUmiUi lyVUI ITTJV SSv
Katls" Over and over and
sne w It monoton-
usly as I bent over her. her pain!
I iuii. j . i . . " .
I put my hand on her forehead.
l then knelt down bv th aid of
the bed so that my face was close
I am here, Katie." I said
slowly, distinctly. "Don't be
afraid any more.
She stopped moaning, turned
her eyes to mine, and then her
poor, bandaged face began work
ing, and she burst into wild weep
The Relief of Tears.
I heard Cousin Agatha draw a
deep breath as If of relief, aad
tbe physician, giving me a quiet
signal to let tbe poor, grief-
stricken creature cry her heart
out If she wished, beckoned to
Cousin Agatha, and they both left
Of course, I saw instantly that
until this moment Katie trad not
been given the blessed healing re
lief of tears, and that the physi
cian wished me to be alone with
her. thinking that tbe poor, undis
ciplined child migbt yield to. my
comfort and authority. I made
no efror to stop Katie a tears,
simply held her close until the
paroxysm bad passed and she
rested quietly in my arms, weak
and spent, but with the wild glit
ter gone from her eyes.
The physician came noiselessly
back Into the room, stood looking
down at us for a moment.
"This ia better. he aaid. a note
of satisfaction in bis voice. He
busied himself with hla medicine
case for a minute, then brought
a potion to Katie, which she swal
"Let her Ulk for a little while.'
he said to me. "but first bathe
her face in some cool water. And
when she gets drowsy corer her
up and let her drop off to sleep
She will be better when she
Katie watched him scornfully
as be went out of tbe room. Af
ter I had bathed her abe expressed
the thought ahe bad registered in
"Vot he know about vlmmen'a
hearts?" she demanded. "He
tink I be better. I tlnk I d e. 1
never, never lire, not got my ba
"Hut you must live. Katie.: I
said authoritatively, "for Jim."
She looked up at me startled
"You know vot? she asked af
ter a moment, and her tone was
awed, remorseful. "You know I
forgot dot poor Jim. and he feel
so bad. too. ven he hears. He set
his heart on dot leetle baby."
"All the more reason why you
should be brave and be ready to
comfort him when he conies home
from the war." I aaid. pressing
the argument while her ears were
ready for it.
"1 fluppoae dot's right." she
sa!d 11-UIeFt-iy. I saw that she
was not yet rady for an appeal to
her love or duty, so tried to
amuse her In another. way.
"How did this happen. Katie?"
I asked, although with fear in my
heart at the experiment.
Hut there was neither anger
sor excitement In her reply, t imp
ly a fatalistic acceptance of fact.
"You know dot poor bunch of
Koup greens dry call Cousin Aga
tha." she replied, and I was re
lieved to hear the old atrocious
slang fall naturally from her lips.
"Veil, she send me down cellar for
some tings, and ven I half wiy
oop back again, the. tiak I sot
coomlng back qveeck enough, ahe
oo bear me on. ataira. and ane
yell to loud. .
"Now I Lire."
'Katie, you lazy good
nothing, vot you Colng?'
"I got me m hands full of
tings, and ven she yell I Joomp
me qTeeck. and some of de tings
fall. And I reach to save dem.
and I fall. too. Dot's all I know.
She sorry, poor nut. and she aw
ful good to me since."
My heart was hot with anner
against Cousin Agatha, but Ka
tie's generous heart evidently held
no rancor. The recital had em
phasized her loss, however, and
she drew my head down to hers
again with an irrepressible little
cry of grief.
"Oh. Missis Graham. I count
me so on taking care of my little
"Would it comfort you any. Ka
tie, to know that some day after
awhile you may help me take care
of mine?" I asked quietly.
She stared at roe incredulously.
then her voice rang out strong and
"Now I live, and you listen vot
I say I love dot little baby Joost
same as If It mine." '
(To be continued)
THIS IT TS
Cut out this slip, enclose with
Ce and mall it to Foley Te Co..
2835 Sheffield Ave.. Chicago. I1U
writing your name and address
dearly. You will receive In re
turn a trial package containing
Foley's Honey and Tar Compound
for coughs, colds and croup: Fo
ley's Kidney Pills for pains In
sides snd back; rheumatism,
backache and ' bladder ailments;
and Foley's Cathartic Tablets, a
wholesome and thoroughly cleans
ing catbartie for eonstlpation. bil
iousness, headaches and sluggish
bowels. Sold everywhere.
AIRES FIGHTING OUR
(Continued from page 2.)
fectlonery in which these goods
are used to an amount aa great as
the amount of the excise tax al
ready placed on candy. It being 9
per cent on sales. This, of eoure.
would be in the nature of a double
"We understand that the pur
pose of this emergency tariff act
is to protect American Industries.
The adoption of this amendment
imposing a. duty of a cents per
pound on imported cherries in
brine would ariord us no protec
tion and we cannot see how such a
tariff would benefit the growers
of cherries in this country in view
of the fact that all cherries pro
duced la this country are now
largely eonsumed for table use
and canning purposes. The cher
ries grown in this country at the
present time are not suILvbe for
many purposes for which foreign
cherries are used as explained.
not nearly enough of these native
cherries grown to supply the de
mand of our industry. Of course,
they could not begin to grow addi
tional cherries in this country In
the 10 months of the existence of
this act. and. therefore. It would
not act to foster the native indus
try but would enable the produc
ers of those cherries In this coun
try to get a higher price out of
their product, which tbe American
public would have to pay, and It
wonld seem to us that the sole ob
ject of the bill is to bring about
this benefit to the grower.
"National Association of Manu
facturers of Fruit and Flavor
"By IL J. Dlcka.
Member Board of Directors.
"By Thomas E. Lannen.
1238 First National Bank Bid?..
In addition to filing the. brief
we also had a talk about tbe mat
ter with one of the senators on the
We urge all of our members to
at once take this matter up with
ail of the United State senators as
the bill Is now pending on tbe
floor of the senate. Wire and
ttO PAMOUS AAT0TA
WM U CorrvwrwavUtrw lmtowgtioa)
It i ' -asocu
Light Your Farm
Buildings with the
Lot L.r Pcarce & Son
XT- ; 238 North Commercial Street
write to all the senators protest
ing against this tax la your your
own way. No doubt many of our -members
will be able to give rea
sons why the tax should svot b
Imposed la addition to the reav
sons that we bare already given.
"Yours very truly,
"National Association of Manufac
turers of Fruit and Flavoring
- "Thomas E. Lannea.
The Real Cocen
(The real concern of the mara
schino manufacturer la not for the'
consuming public. It is for them
selves . They are blindly selfish. .
They would like to buy the Italian
cherries in brine, brought in free
of duty, in order to get their sup
plies at a low price. And they
want small cherries rather tbaa
large sized ones, la order that they
may sell them higher showing to
the trade that they will go fur
ther. So they can make a double
profit. They care nothing for
home industries. They care noth
ing for the consumers. What they
want is more money for them
selves. Of course, they will not
succeed with their unpatriotic and
selfish scheme. The reader should
note the exclamation point la the
heading of the circular. As much
as to say that it Is astonishing
that American producers should
think they Have any mats the as
sertion of which would interfere
with the maraschino millionaires.
Mlttren How did you hip pea
to leave your last position?
New Maid T lady fired me.
Mistress Ah. she was dissatis
fied! New Maid Naw. She waa a
sorehead. I run for alderman agin
her and won. Towa Topics.
si.OO Per Day Up
NEW PERKINS HOTEL
Washington and Fifth Sta.
, We are now. able to
supply all kinds of hay,
grain- and vetch, wheat
and oats. Clover, alfalfa
and Cheat hay.
You will find the qual
ity good and the price is
lower than It has been.
Also, limited "amount of
You will find our pric
es are the lowest in the
city on High Grade Flour,
all the leading kinds. Al
so, have a special low
price on a very Fancy Pa
tent flour, at prices less
than these heavily adver
tised flours which are a
mixture of patent - and
clears and not the best
grade by far.
D. A. WHITE & SONS
Phone 160 255 State St.
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