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THE OREGON STATESf AN. SAtEM. OREGON
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FIRK INSURANCE SOCIETY
TblelMm Koland A Bunthrdt
Resident Agent 871 Hutte Hu
MONEY TO LOAN
Oo Real Estate
T. K. FORD
(Over ladd A Bush Bank)
204-207 Oregon Building
jrf home Including m of the
iflnest in me city.
karms and acreage ta complete,
fi LAFLAR LAFLAR
.401-7 Oregon Bldg. Phno 1644
iSKXD BILL OK LUMBER FOK HOUSE,
i brn. ahed or fence you wiah to butM;
aifb aradc. ouni lumber. J kmc at.
Moor. Route I. B 81. Htaytou, Ore
XXwH KKNT ONE ROOM CJTTAOK
r ?lith hot water heat and lavatory;
with hot mil eoio waier.
Aleiandria, phoae 1280, 1030 Chenie
YIHNO MAM WASTn BOARD IS
0R SALE 1 RABBITS FOR $9 AND
I llarley Davidson motorcycle, rtieap.
1440 S. Front.
FOR SALE 138 HEAD OF 8HROP-
aaira tneep vim vwi vis, mu
at 98 per bead. Daniel Dunn, Jef
ferson. yOK SALE 1918 FORD TOI RIXO:
lota of extraa; good rubber; new paint,
i Phooa 794.
TOR SALE MODERN a-ROOM HOUSE
1 Toa South Fifteenth street ; garage,
' ;lot 60x1 SO. Prieo $4,500. OeJ
! terms. Kroegfr, 209 OregoB Bldf.
t-6R SALE OOOD 6ROOM BUNGA
I low on paved street. A good buy at
t4 200. Tern-s. la north Salem,
r'a'f'r, 209 Oregon Bldg.
WASTED BY FRIDAY COAL OR
feeroseaa burning brooder. SOU to &HI
rapacity. State price and condition,
i Address, "Me," Stateamaa office.
THERE IS A REASON FOR IX8URINO
wita taa uregoa r ir iwim ah m.
It offers yea first of all sound pro
tection, secondly personal service of
1U local ageau and noma effioea, and
lastly b low cost policy. See Ktaad
ley k Foley, Agta.. Roesa 2. Bush Bank
Bldg. Phone 847.
WANTED, 8000 LOGANBERRY PLANTS
i Phone 502 J Wednesday morning, S
i k'tlock. ,
OB SALE ONE NUMBER ONE
fresh young Jersey cow; gentle, wen
Vallt. with heifer ealf. $80 $7S
Without ealf. Jefferson, Rt. 2, George
FOB RENT TO A WOMAN OR QUIET
4. miA Mn S'teat flAAe
l""i " , l J ------
Partly modern, private residence. $10
per moath. Phone 1915J.
, . TO TRADE ACRES JUST OUTSIDE
ettv lira Ma. lor awaiao. a
I1- lilll. Bi.ie atreet
t ROOMS. 4 LA RGB LOTS, GOOD BUY
("at $2,100. with $100 dowa, baUace
t fike rent. -
We want seme cheap bosses on easy
$3. 4 hiii ta toaa at 7 percent. Thomaaoa,
i $SlVl State street.
SEW 4 ROOM 1IOUSEL PAVED 8TREET
i $2,200; part cash. Thomaaon, 331 Vj
JTFj YOU'LL RENT ; YOUR SMALL
, bouse er apartment to responsible
j adults, call Miller. 900.
WANTED A SALESMAN FOR AUTO
j accessories. Must have a ear and
i some moaey. Aa opportanitr to build
a permsaent businesa. 555 Stateamaa.
OREGON US CIGAR IS MAKING
I friends fast. It's safe to buy the
WANTED A YOUNG MAN APPREX
i tire, mast be apt and willing to work.
With no bad habits; to learn tp work
and apbolatering. : Hull Top Shop,
I t.M.C.A. Bldg.
hi WORTH WHILE
lajscre t mile front town, all in
, i rsJUvstioa ; 1 acte ia 9-year-old
i prunes, 4 -room bouse, bare aad well,
P Price $3,250. Good terme.
4$ acre fiaa land, all in cultivation.
Kear railway sution. $100 per acre.
4 room house, close In ; price $1.8.V :
f3oo down, belaare $ 1 ( per month.
Seat fine Iota, well located; very cheap.
Hi MILLS -& COPLEY
I2t AtsU St. Pbone 175
' lEVEX ROOM H0USK 0XE BLOCK
from street ear and pavement for
seres, ' three miles from good town.
$175 per acre
LOOSE & PATTON
$70 tt State St. .
"A3TTED HBL FOR DINING ROOM
, land tray work. Willamette Senator
Mam. 674 Ferry atreett.
WayrED bright, intelligent
nweman' of good appearance to call oa
. the borne of Salem. The work ia
pleasant, interesting and very ad van
. iageeae for a person Who ia ambitious
aad anxious to make their spare time
profitable. Apply in first Instance to
WANTED . MAN WITH FAMILY TO
1 ork an Jtdp ranch. House and wood
-faraiabed. C. C. Rassell. Phone SF3.
WANTED NEWSPAPER SUBSCKIP
Jjoi solicitor, excellent opportunity for
eosi'ietie maa of good appearance.
tP?ir between 2 and 4 p.m. Circu-
J -'08 Manager, Oregon Statesman.
WANTED MEN AND WOMEN TO
'- bi farm paper aubacriptioaa. A good
, jreooaitioa to tbo right people. Address
wa Pacific Homestead. Stateamaa Bldg
e08'" SALE CANARY
nra Wn a- a -n ...
MO. IftSO Chemeket.
VJ5?U't8 AR1! BUSruBJiS BIRD
r 'JtTs gBT T-
ti ilifi Eoos: "OR HATCHING FROM
IT..- ?r,nI '' of O. A. C. hens
Slit Z Taarred male from fine
Ph, $1.25 per setting. Phone 718.
f S! S SALE EVERY DAY
Irli Teral varietiea. Hednced
, t OppoaiU County court house.
THE NORTHWEST POULTRY JOUR
mml. Tnl b'Fl la th.
wrtt. The live asagaiio for live
poultry a, ,n. 75e .,; gioo U
?f v; 6 "u ,wr sample today
lb Northwret Poultry JouraaL HalauV
Ore (ton. atealioo thia ad.
TO l-OAS fJlMMl OX KRAI. FSTATF
aeciirit'r, Ivan U. Martin. Wa.i.ir
LOANS. I.OAa I.OAN6 WE CAN
urn in b monejr to build you a now
houaa or to fix Bp tho old if
noiraaarr l-aflar A Laflar. 40 7
MAR10X -POLK COl'XTY FARM LOAN
aeciation ha monpi to loan at aix
prcnt. W O. Smith, arrrotary-trraa
urr. 3U.I Salem Bank of Couioirrr
WE HAVE BOMB OOOD FARM MOKT
fafa to mU.
HAWKINS A ROBERTS
80S Orioa Bldt.. 8lm.
IF TOU WANT TO GET THB BEST
farm paper, aand lie to Tho Pacific
Homvatoad. Baiom Orrgoo, for a thrv
Bioalha trial aubacriptioa. Maattoa
AI.ADDI.V READY CUT HOUSES.
baraa at factory pricca. 40 to 70
par cent reduction. Mo nay loanod for
boildiag parpoaes. Chaa. Smith, 400
FOR SALE REGISTER CHESTER
Whita sow and 12 pi (a for I loo. Jim
MeOilrhrtat. Phone 13F21.
BABT JUMPERS. 83 MAX O. BUREN.
179 No. Cominerrial.
PRIM EDA BALM. FORMERLY BALM
of Figs. Phone leut-W.
TRY THE NICKEL LUNCH AT 261
Court. Anything Sr.
WALLBOARD SEVERAL KINDS
Lower prices. Max O. Borea.
WIRE HOP. LOGANBERRY, CHICKEN
wire. Steinbock. 373 Court street.
9x12 COXOOLEUM RUGS $10 AND UP.
Max O. Buren, 179 N. Com'l street.
LEATHER BRIEF CASES $5 00 AND
Bp. Mas O. Borea, 179 N. Com'l.
FOR SALE KITCHEN RANGE, DIN
ing table, 6 rhaira. teat 14x18 and
some fruit jar. At 2095 Trade Ht.
OFFICES AND STORES A BIG LOT
of new book! for sale at half price.
BEAUTIFUL WALL TINT.S. MANY
new colore. 10c pound and up. Max
O. Buren, 179 No. Commercial St.
GOOD TRUNKS $12.40 AND UP. MAX.
O. Buren. 179 N. Com'l.
WAXTED EVERY ONE TO TRY
Nssons paints and stain sold at the
Capital Hardware A Furniture Co.
285 N. Commercial St. Phone 947
STANDARD EXCHANGE, 342 NORTH
Commercial street. Diamonds, watches,
musical instruments, guns, clothing,
shoes, etc. Both new and need goods
bought, sold or exehaaged.
Flneat possible. Examine them here.
Mas O. Buren, 179 X. Com'l.
CAPTIVITY OF TIIE OATMAX GIRLS
Thia true story of western immigra
tion haa beea carefully reviaed, making
a handsome little book. It tells in
S'aphie term of tho massacre of the
atmaa family, of the escape of Loren
so, and the Captivity of Mary and
Olive. Mary died of starvation and
Olive waa purchaaed from the Indiana
five years later. The price is 20
cents postpaid. Address Oregon
Teacher Monthly, Salem, Oragoa.
DRY FIR AND OAK WOOD FOR SALE.
FOR SALE OLD FIR, CARLOAD LOT8
delivered. Brewster station. T. i. M al
loy, Lobaaon, Ore.
WOOD SAWING AKD eroOD FOR SALE
at reasonable prices. Fisber Brothers
CALL THE SALEM FUEL TARDS FOB
year wood aad coal; office 763 Trade
street, Paoae 629.
FOR SALE FIRST CLASS 1C in. rn
aide mill wood, reasonable. Special
price on ear lots. Itt-in.- dry second
growth fir. See us before buying yoor
winter supply. Fred E. Wells, 303
80. Chorea. Phone 1542.
FOR RENT THREE ROOM FURNISH
ed apartment. Ivaa G. Martin. Mill
APARTMENT AND FURNISHINGS
Furnished apartment; entire elegant
farniabings of large four room apart
ment for aale. Posaesaioa of apart
neat only if faraiahiags are sold. Ad
dress. J 29. care Statesman.
FOR REST A LARGE FRONT ROOM
at the Alexandria. 103O Chemeketa
street. Phone 1280.
FOR REXT FURNISHED ROOMS FOR
businesa men : one block north of
court bouse oa church atreet. Phone
HAVE EXTRA LARGE NEWLY FUR
niahod sleeping rooms by week. 1118
BOOK AND BOARD
ROOM AND BOARD IN A HOME
references required. Phone 14Z.
F. L. WOOD. 831 STATE ST, REAL
WAXTED SMALL HOUSE OR APART
Bint. Phone 900. Meilleur.
WANT TO BUY A MILKING COAT AT
reasonable price. Phone S17J.
OLD MATTRESSES MADE OVER
Capital City ueoamg ia. raoae iv.
80MEONE TO HATCH DUCK EGGS ON
aharea. Pbone 161 4 W. 1030 Chem
FOR SALE NEW LEXINOTON SIX,
1920 model, driven only 8.500 miles
Price, $1,700. Will give term. Phone
11F24 or writ J. A. Frentres. Salem.
Ore.. Rt. 4.
TO EXCHANGE FOR FORD SEDAN.
lata model Maxwell ; looks snd ran
like new, lots of extra. Sea Owner.
Statesmaa office "
BATTERY AND ELECTRICAL
USL BATTERY SERVICE STATION
Expert battery and electrical work.
Farria Broa.. Phone 1803. 418 Conrt.
TIKES AND ACCESSORIES
SMITH-WATKINS, 147 NORTH HIGH
Flak, SilveTton Cord, Hood extra ply
tire. Everything for auto.
TONWEAC CARPET MAX O. BUREN.
179 H. Com t.
A HOSPITAL FOR INJURED AUTO
tire. Right bere. 422 Booth Com
mercial Tiro Shop.
TIKES AND ACCESSORIES
FOR BROWM A5D GREEN LINOLEUM
a your rBBDiog boarda eooio to Mai
O Bura. I7 -S (oni g ttrort. SaJou.
HOFFMAN A OKKKBFRG TIRE REPAIR
ahop; ul.niiin rrtrrariina-. 311 N
t'ommarrial. Phone 8i4.
AITO KOHF.S RF.DI'CF.n TO C1XHE
out; rval value ; good at wk Max O
Burnt. 179 S. Coin 'I.
UNIVERSAL TIRK FILLER SERVICE
station Haria jou lira trouble. 420
j m rXTMWXXLMM
GARAGES AKD REPAIR
420 SOUTH COMMERCIAL GARAGE.
Aoken A Wood. Pbnna r"8.
TRACY S KTORAOE GARAGE 644
I.IBBV 3 AUTO REPAIR SHOP 220
"South Liberty, Phono Pol.
AUTO REPAIR SHOP L.. MILLER, 245
Center. Phone 890.
FFKKY STREET OARAGE MILLER
tirea. a-r-eoriea, general repairiutf,
STAXUARD AUTO REPAIR SHOP
arroaa from Argo, Chemoketa Street
SALEM AUTO RADIATOR 8HOP 1W8
South 12th. Phone 28.
SPECIAL PRICES FORD REPAIRING
Service garage, 803 N. Liberty. Phone
J C. BA1R, RADIATORS, FENDERS.
Bodiea repaired. 444 Ferry.
FAIR GROUNDS GARAGE TIKES, AC
crsaoriea. uaed cars. Our work guar
anteed. 204 1 Portland Koad. Pbun
AUTO TOPS -South
W. C. WRIGHT, 171
ACTO TOPS. UPHOLSTERING. AUTO
painting. Hall's Top Shop. "Y" Bldg.
G M.C. 1-TON; REPUBLIC 2 TON ;
overhauled and good tire. Get a price
oa these. See Sterner. Mack Truck
representative, 258 State street. Phone
Ktop at 197 South Com'l for good buy a
1920 Skelton. we guarantee
thia ear 81 ,2oO
1920 Lexington, run 3'00 mile 1.7UO
Bui.k "Light Six" ft'o
Ford Roadster 17.1
Ford Touring 415
.AUBURN SALES CO
"The Dealera With a Conscience"
USED CAR SNAPS
1920 Chevrolet touring $ 500
Ford Sedan, wire wheels At con
Buirk "Six" Touring 750
1919 7 passenger Chsndler 1.250
Overlsnd 90, Al condition; good
Good buy in a 2-ton truck
Many other good buy
OLF.SOX AUTO EXCHANGE
349 North Commercial Phone fif6
OREGONION BEAUTY 8HOP MARCEL
waring, hairdrasslag, 185 South Com
mereial Phon 477.
WALLFELT BETTER THAN CIXJTH
and much cheaper. Max O. Borea.
179 N. Com'l.
COZY NOOK BARBER SHOP 1S66
REMINGTON CONFECTIONERY. HOME
made candies, confection, cigar, mag
aiines. 1372 Stale,
DR. L, M. HUM CURES ANY KNOWN
4taeae lit S. High St.. Phone 283
DRESSMAKING. TAILORING 2720
Cherry. Phone 1678 M.
DRESSMAKING AND PLAIN SEWING.
745 Belleme. Phoae 1620-W.
JOSEPHINE FAXON DRESSMAKING
1414 Mission street.
LOTTIE TOWNBEND DRESSMAKING.
340 D street.
TAYLOR AXp TLYNN DRE88MAK
ing. 227 Oregea Bldg.
RUTH MeADAMS DRESSMAKER. 758
South 12th. Pbone 1824 M.
HAITI E WILLIAMS DRESSMAKING.
248 North Cottage. Phone 1552W.
ELETHA PRUETT DRE8SMAKING.
683 North Commercial. Phone 1931 W.
HAVE YOUR SPRING DRESSMAKING
dooe at 758 North Commercial.
LADIES' TAILORING, DRESSMAKING.
Room 18, 265 North Commercial.
CARRIE FISHER DRESSMAKING,
designing. Spencer corset to order.
2 McCormack Bldg.
MRS. VARTY, DESIGNER AND MAKER
Lad ice' Suit and Gown. 7 MeCor
FULL LINE SPRING. SUMsJER DRESS
s Mrs. r.acn. mono nn.
SALEM ELITE HEMSTITCHING,
ehainetitching, pleating, bottona. 429
Court. Pbone 958.
BREWER DRUG CO.
HAT SHOP MEN'S AND WOMEN'S
bate renovated and blocked 495 Court
FOR SALE VEGETABLE AND FLOW
er garden planta, cut flowers. Jory
Greenhouse, 1952 Court.
TOMATO PLANTS ARTHUR PLANT'S
greenhouse, 12H9 South 13th street
SALEM LAUNDRY COMPANY. 136 8.
Liberty etreet. Phone 25. Oldest
largest best. Estsblished 1889.
CAPITAL CITY STEAM LAUNDRY
Quality work, prompt aervioe, 1264
Bmadwav Phono 165
MUNGERS AND CUMBERLAND BLACK
cap plant. Kilpatinny blackberry
plants, any amount. l.ow prices in
nuantitiea. Ward K. Richardaon. 2.195
Front St. Phone 4M.
ITALIAN PRU.E at REDUCED
prices, all grades; grafted walnuts, also
other nursery stock. Please call and
aee our atock. Pruitland nnrsery has
sales yard corner High aad Ferry
treat, Salem. Phon 1140M.
ASPARAGUS. BLACKBERRY. CURRANT
gnoaeberry. logan, black rap. rhubarb,
red raspberry plant, and other nursery
stock.. Any usntity. Citv delivery.
Prices reasonable. Ward K. Richard
eon. 2395 Front. Phone 494
CHOICE STRAWBERRT PLANTS
strong, vigorous, well rooted. Any
amount. Gold DoMar. Ettersbnrg No.
80. E. No. 121. Mageon. Marsh sll. New
Oregon. Progressive Everbearing, Tre
bla. Wilaon. State inspected. Quan
tity price interest ing. City delivery
or postpaid. Ward K. Riehardaoa,
3395 Front St. Phono 494.
ALLIE CHANDLER PIANO. 251
BEATRICE 8H ELTON PI 4. NO STUDIO
345 Marion. Phone 1299.
LILLIAN HaRTSHOKX PIANO. 894
North Chun-.V Pboue 178.
JfSSICA WII.LE PIANO. 170 SOITH
l.'.th Phone 11MHW.
T. S. KoBKKTS PIANO. OKU AN. 27
Houtb 14lh. Ption 770
DA X F. LANGF.N BERG. VOCAL
Derby Bldg. Pbou 2079.
lkna waters piano. 1472 mill
MOLL1E STYLES VOICE. PIANO. S6V
Center. 1'bone 201SK.
lMKOTHY PEAKCK PIANO. 5!8 '
North Winter. Pboue 345J.
FRANKLIN I.AUXKK PIANO. 28r
North 17th. Phone 1415.
JULIA MILLS WE1GEL. PIANO, l.'.ou
South Church. Phone 1391 K.
LUCILE BARTON VOICE. PIANO. 147
North Commercial. Phone 592, 1588.
LUCILE ROSS PIANO, ORGAN. 498
North Liberty. Phone llft'W.
M ATI' I E GILBERT STRING 1N3TRU
lueuta. 172 Stale. Pboue 1158 R,
WESTERN CONSERVATORY OF MU8
ic of Chicago. Frank E. Cburcbill, rep
resentative. Dtplomaa granted. Odd
SALEM CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC
All brancbes taught, diploma a granted.
John K. Sites, director, 1237 Court
. - - 1 1 1
WENDELL HELM TU!TNG. REPAIR
ing. Phone 402.
EDWARD WEI.P EXPERIENCED
&ino tuner. Leave ordvra Will's
R. W. BALL A NTY N E, TUNER, PLAY
ers s sprcislty. Pboue i'.t'l. Cher
riogtun Piano House.
PIANOS, PLAYER PIANOS; NEW.
used. J. W. Tallman. 121 So. Com'l.
CHKRRI XGTOX PIANO HOUSE, HAX
dles Bush-Lane celebrated piano.
41S Court. Ph,ii :i52.
PLUMBING, REPAIRING AND COIL
work. Phcne I517J. Shop. 147 Ualoo
street. A. K Godfrey.
WAXTED CONFINEMENT CASES AT
private boapital. I have best of equip
ment. Pboue 1959J.
PAINTING ft FAPERHAJfaiNO
FOR TINTING AND PAPER HANGING
Call Max O. Buren, phone 131, 179 N.
DAVIS STRAvjtTBACQTI GENERAL
contractors; paiata, oil, wallpaper. 220
South Liberty. Phone 901.
WALL PASTE IT STICKS EVEXY
thing. Max 0. Buren. 179 N. Com .
WALL PAPER AND CEILING PAPER
20e aad up, double roll Max O.
Buren 179 No. Commercial St.
IVORY PAINT FOR INTERIOR WOOD
work. Correct np to dst (hade, Mai
t 0. Buren, 179 N. Com'l.
SEE PORTER FOR FAINTS. WALL
aper and Picture Framing. Good work
men. 455 Court St. Phoae 485.
MISS GOODHUE TAKES 8 U3 SCRIP
tions for all magaiinea. 251 So. 17th
street Phone 741 M.
RXPAIKIVa AJTD BHARFBHTVO
CUTLERY GRINDING, LAWN MOWERS
.safety rasors. etc. Stewart' Repair
Shop. 847 Court atreet.
BEN WHEELER EVERYTHING BE
paired. General sharpening, chimney
sweep. 1485 N. 17th at.. Phone 1418W
PUBLIC STENOGRAPTTER 408 MAS
onic Bldg. Phone 178.
SECOND HAND GOODS
WE BUY AND SELL SECOND HAND
good of all kinds, pipe fitting, bar
ae, collars, collar pads, tool, aad
chain. rred Scbindler, 258 Center
STOVES STOVE REPAISXNO
"SPARK" MOST REMARKABLE
moderate priced enamel range oa the
market. Has O. Buren. 179 N. Com L
STOVE REPAIRING, REBUILT. COILS,
connection. Will call and clean, pol
ish at house. 271 North Commercial.
8TOVE8 REBUILT AND REPAIRED
40 year experience; Depot National
fence, sites 26 to 28 ina. high. Paint
oil and varniahes, etc, loganberry aad
bop book. Salem Peace aad Stove
Works. 2 SO Court street. Phone 124.
8ALEM SCAVENGER GARBAGE. REP
use of all kiada removed. Cesspools
cleaned. Pboae 167.
LANHAM TAXI COMPANY PHONE
NOTICE THE OREGON TAXI AND
Transfer Co. bss moved tbeir office
to Club Stables, 195 8. Liberty. Wejd
FOR LIGHT EXPRESS AND BAGGAGE
tranafer. call 617W.
CHAS CHANDLER GENERAL TRAN8
fer; office, stead, Clark 'a Tir House,
MERCHANTS COOPERATIVE DELIV
ery, messenger service, baggage, par
cel delivery, trunks to or from depot
50cta. 179 South High. Phono 230.
FRANK M. XEWTOX GENERAL
transfer, locsl, long distance hauling.
Office, Hand. Shafer Harness store,
Phon 411 741-R.
CAPITAL CITY TRANSFER CO 226
Stste St., phone 9.13. Distributing,
forwarding and atorage our speriaUy.
(Jet our rstes.
WHERE TO EAT
WHITE CLOUD TEA HOUSE CHINA
dishes, noodles, free dancing. Open
9 a m 1 at night. 110 S N Com'l.
SALEM WATER. LIGHT POWER CO
Office, 301 South Com'l St. Ten per
rent diarount on domestic flat ratea
paid in advance. No deduction for ah
aenre or any rauae unless water ia
abut off your premiers.
DR. O. L. SCOTT, P. 8. C. CHIROPRAC
tor, 809-12 V. S Bank Bldg Phone
87 ; Res. 828R.
' 11 ii 1 1 1 laaa
FOOT CORRECTIONAL SPECIALIST
Appliance from individual imnreeaiene
Satisfaction guaranteed. Cha E.
Tatro. Masonic Bldg. Phone 442.
GLASSES FITTED BY DR. L. R. BUR
dette at the Row Optical Company,
325 State street, opposite Ladd aad
maammaa'' -ii 1 1 a 1 r wrwnwaaaw
DRS. WHITE AND MARSHALL, 806
8- .National Bank Bldg.
DRoW,-.U ERCER. OSTEOPATHIC
Physicisa sod surgeon: KirksvilU
fi5 u,,r..404 405 l' 8 National Bank
Bld Phone, Office. 919; Re. 614
D.JOH!l - LYNCH. OSTEOPATHIC
L7J,,",1. "l B'MI'-on, 403 404 Oregon
Bldg; Pboae : Office. 1394; Kee. 68F5.
UNITED SPANISH WAR VETERANS
eanip . Armory. First. Third Mondays
If yon are in the market for one w
have them from $05 to $250 per acre
Improved orch.rda and email tracte
rloae m at attractive prices. Soote
good buys in timber.
A Urge lit or home, from $1,800 up
to t7'.00t,r"'"T" PU'" ,TOak M0
LAFLAR & LAFLAR
Acts. Kalere, Ore. 406 7 Oregon BMg
GOOD BUYS '
1 acre tract, close to the rarline. good 5
room cottage, a sire bearing Rigaas
5 sere, all cultivated: gond bungalow. 2
acre bearing logana. '1 , rre prunes.
tuck rood Pri.-e $000.
10 seres ut fine hearing prune. 8 snd 10
jeer old: good road, 4 milea south
Price $5000. terms.
Well improved 10 acres with fins new
bungalow. loganberries, pruna,trsw.
berries, family on-hard, some timber,
rloae in, gMd road. Price $6800, terms.
2 a- re tract. 1 acre cultivated. 3 room
bouMt, barn, family orchard, good road
Price 8400O, half csah
38 acre tiact, 9 room house, barn. 27
aires of (tearing prune. 5 acre ol o-
ganberriea act laal year, good road.
Kosedsle section. Price $13,300
I0." a. re located 00 the Garden road Juat
1 14 milea from car line, neatly all
rutlivstrd, bouae aud barn. This would
le a fine farm to subdivide in smaller
tracts. Price $24,500.
Fine 7 room modern
Court street, large
Price tbioo. terms.
7 room house and this
frvil, good street,
Irire $.050. terms.
6-room cottage, bath,
lot. close to carliae,
home located on
lot, fine location.
e fine lots, bearing
riot to farltnc.
toilet, lights. Urge
south Salem. Pru
W. H. Grabenhorst . Co.
275 State Street Phone 515
L. A. HAYFORD
REAL ESTATE AND FIRE INSURANCE
305 STATE ST.
20 seres 7Vi south of Salem on paved
and rock road, all incultviation; 2 V
a-rea to logans, 5 to strawberries ;
apring water. Aa there are no build
ings this can be had at the low price
of $4.2oO. Term.
6Vt acre close to Salem, east, on good
toad, family orchard aad logana, all
its pieman la on place ; 8 room house,
pestered : cellar, barn, well and pump.
Price $5,000. Terms.
20 acre 6 miles south of Salem, 10
acre fir timber, 10 in cultivation all
feared aad cross fenced, 8 acre baby
logana; bouae, barn, chicken house,
spring and running water, at a very
low 1 price of $4,250. Term.
3 room house and lot 56x118 with eleo
trie light, 1 block to street car, 01
graveled street. Price $7O0. Terms
5 room bungalow style, plastered, ful
basement, toilet, bath, electric light
city water, garsge. lot. 68x150; haB
block to car. Price $2,800. Cash.
L A, HAYFORD
Member of Marion County Realty Board
305 STATE ST.
WE HAVE SOME OF THE MOST DE
airable lota in Salem at price ranging
from $350 to $1,250. with good terme.
We can build you a borne and sell it
oa payment. W have atveral first
ci buaioeti location for !.
Laflar A Laflar, Agta, 406-7 Oregon
Bldg- Salem, Ore.
FOB SALE BY OWNER GOOD LOTS,
a la bouae and lots; sil kinds fruit
and berries; full cement basement;
barn and chicken honae; atreet paved.
A good buy. Write, "128," care
A good 6 room bouse; pared street, cor
ner lot. close in. A bargain at $2,250.
THE FLEMING REALTY CO.
341 Stste St.
One acre tract, rloae to cerline. rood 5
room cottage, half acre bearing logaas.
Five sere all cultivated, good bangalov,
2 acre bearing logan, 2'j acre
prunes,: rock road. Price $5,000.
10 acres of fin bearing prune. 8 and
10 years old; good road. 4 miles south.
Price $5,O0. Terms.
Well improved- 10 acres with fine new
bungalow, loganberries, prunes, straw
be r nee. family orchard, some timber:
close in; good road. Price $0,800.
20 acre tract, 16 acre cultivated. 3 room
bouse, bsrn, fsmily orchard, good road.
Price $4,0O; half rash.
38 acre tract, nine room bouae, barn;
27 acres of bearing prunes, 5 acres of
loganberries set laat year; good road;
Koaedale section. Price $13,300.
105 acre located on Garden road, just
14 miles from car line, nearly all
cultivated, bouse and barn. Tbia
won Id be a ' fine farm to eob-divide
in entailer tract Price $24,500.
Fine 7 room modern home located on
Court street, large lot. fine location.
Price $.5oO. Term.
7 room bouae aad three fine lots, bearing
fruit, good street, close to car line.
Price $2,650. Terms
6 room cottage, bath toilet, lights, large
lot. 'close to carline: aoutb Salem.
Price $4,000. Terma.
W, H. Grabenhorst & Co.
275 State St.
Store building built for hotel; 15 rooms,
also alo aale room and wsrehouse
room attached : half acre ground: vslue
$2,500. Stock of groceries with fix
tures, value about $2,ooo, in a good
town, south, doing a good business.
Owner haa te go away. Thia ia a
chance to secure a good buaineas in s
Seversl fine building lot close in, priced
from $650 np t $7,500.
Nine acres in good town, south, fine deen
blsck oiU tiled: abundance of gond
fruit and berries and good buildings.
Will take in ritv property ia Salem up
to 83.000. Balanre mortgage bark.
Two 10 sere tracts, beat of soil, some
fruit. Hopewell: small buildings: on
good road. Only $2,100 and $2,600.
Trade for rity property. Owner un
able to cultivate them.
Good 3 room cottage, garage, lot 50x120,
south, in good district and close to
school. Price $8l0. $.1oo rath, bal
Splendid modern 6 room bungalow, base
ment, furnace, lot 41x82. Verv close
in and in splendid lorstion. $4,500;
csah snd term. Monday only.
Help wanted to plow and rultivate 15
acre cloe to Solem.
Room 21. 180 X. Com'l. St. "Phone 430
YOUNG PEAR ORCHARD ,
9 arrea and family orchard: main rock
riad. $.100 sn acre. Easy terms.
See owner or Fleming, agent. 341
State. - I
'IFTY ACRES ALL UNDER CULTIVA
tion. good five room houae: 18 in
prune. 8 acres in loeanheeeJe. ha'
sac in crop convenient to Salem and
eloae to pavement
SQUARE DEAL CO- 1
Phone 470 202 U. S. Bank Bldg
Basses, farms, suiall tracts, loan and
3311, State St. Phoae 289
GOLDEN RULE REAL ESTATE
I have a beautiful bungalow fer sal
GERTRUDE J. M. PAGE
492 N. Cottage
LOTS AND MORE LOTS IN SOITH
Salem: fine location; several choice
lota on South High atreet, the beat
rrsidenee district in Harem. See us si
once snd have your choice in a few
of these choice lota at right pri.
and eaay terma. See
at once 200 Gray Bldg. Phone 790.
Good three room house, $800, easy terms.
Five room bungalow, $1,500,
terma. Four lota Kaat Salem, $15
each. Two large lota North Salem,
close to car line, $750. Good dairy
farm, 800 per S'-re. Five acre ilo.e
ni on main road, priced right.
F. L. WOOD
341 Stat St.
FOR SALE 225-ACRE FARM, INCLUD
ing stock, crop and inplementa. For
particulars write L. Beebtel, owner,
Sslem, Oregon, Route 7.
Bargains & Investments
Six room house and 8 lota near rarline,
north Salem; anap. 1,850. hay
11 acre 4 !j miles from Sslem. 6 seres
in gooseberries, applea and cherries ;
ti room bungsiow sud barn ; a.i.juo,
Six room modern bouse, south Salem;
nice location; 2 fine lota, lots of
iruit; near rarline; anap. 82.200;
Dandy good 2 too truck to exchange for
city property or rreg.
Money to loan good exrhangea.
PERRINE & MARSI ERS
211 12 Gray Bldg.
6 ROOM PLASTERS HOUSE; BATH
toilet, corneal basement, foundatavl
sod walk; 3-4 arr of land planted u
bearing fruit; 1 block to paved atreet;
3 bloeka to car. $3,250. $1,000 cosh,
balance 6 percent. H. 8. Belle, 41
A good 10 acre with fruit, a good bars
a double garage and a small bouse
One mile from the bridge at $4,200
THE FLEMING REALTY CO.
A GOOD INVESTMENT 100 FIXE
residence lots, all in a body in a platted
addition to Salem. Only $37.50 each.
Tbis is a anap that woa't last long.
Soolofsky, 841 State 8t, Salem, Ore.
A REAL SNAP
A fine east front lot a block from
State street, $100 under market value.
Cash or terms. See owner or
THE FLEMING REALTY CO.
341 State St.
MRS. SNYDER WISHES TO INFORM
her frienda and patron that mu
has returned from her trip south and
ia ready for business. Phone your
listings if yon wish your place 1
to Pboae 2024J.
FOK HALE TWO CORNER LOTS ON
Norwsy snd Summer street. 60x120.
Price $850. Call 111F5.
GOOD IMPROVED 100 ACRE FARM
near Stayton. 30 acre under culti
vation, 70 acre Saatiam river bottom
land. Good neighborhood, good school,
good road. Price 86 000
A. C. BOHRNSTEDT
407 Mesonie Temple Salem. Ore,
7 room plastered house, modern except
heat: full baaement, two toilets, great
bargain. $2,250; $500 dowa, reat
8 room modern plastered house, except
beat: two lota; close to school and
car line; a apecial bargain at $3,600.
10 room modern, except heat; 5 block
to state house, on block to car; 3
large lots: great opportunity for
roomer. Price only $3,800.
3 room modern bungalow, 2 lota, close
to rar line, south Salem. Prii $3,000.
8 room modern bona oa paved afreets,
close to car line, $2,900.
5 acres bslf in fruit, eloso to Salem,
only $1,700; eaay terms.
3 room house, good lot. in South Sslem.
Price $800, $200 cash, rest like rent.
10 seres 4 miles from Salem, mostly
in fruit, small buildings. Price $8,300;
will eirhenge for Salem resident.
If yon want a rest bargain in Salem
residence, come in and see os. w have
Two fine comer lota, east front, cement
walks, on good atreet close to school,
for only $-?00.
200 Gray Bldg. Phon 70
FOR SALE 10 ACRES, CLOSE IN;
half ia logans, some prunes, essy terms.
Might consider Salem property up to
$2,000, or email acreage rloae in as
21 arrrs, 10 bearing prunes. 3 besrinc
logans, 2 full besring strawberries ; all
in splendid condition; honae, barn, al!
necessary outbuildinga ; well fenced ;
all buildings psinted. An exceptional
vslue. $11,000. Will tak Salem
residence up to $0,000.
C5 arrea 3 milea from Amity, fair honae,
barn, well fenced: will exchange for
a larger place. Price $6.50O.
260 acres. 150 cultivated. 10 acre bear
ing prunes, 120 pasture; 13 room
modern bouae, fine big barn, drier, full
set outbuildings. Will take smaller
ranch in exchange. Price $100 per
28 acre. 25 cultivated, 3 timber, 7 acre
irune. 1 logans: 5 room bouse, good
ism, chicken and brooder houae, ad
r oming town: a anap that won't last.
b.OOO; half raah, balance 6 percent
20 acres, all cultivated ; family orrhard.
17 acre in crop with 4 in clover; bun
gsiow, bsrn, stork and equipment, best
of soil, 3 Mi miles from Salem; half
from church and school. $9,000; half
csah, balance 6 percent
20 seres 8 prunes. 2 logans. 2 strsw
berrirs. 1 potstoes, 8-j crop; 6 room
bouse, good bsrn; best locstioa. atock
and equipment goes. $13,0o0; hslf
rash, balanre 6 percent.
36 acres, 12 cultivated. 100 cord of
. 4 foot wood: 6 room bungalow: new
bsrn: well fenred. rloae in. 811.000.
56 arrea: new 8 room bungalow: barn,
family orchard : 1 '-j arrea strswberries.
On paved road 1 mile from city.
$10,000; half rash.
50 srres. sll rultivsted. new improve
ment. bet of toil : csn be irrigated :
on paved rosd. $6,300: hslf cash.
Have a large lot of timber tracts to
exchange for acreage near Salem or
Have a large listing of houaea from
$1,250 to $10,000.
Have 100 lots for ssle at $3,750 for the
Have some very rhoire lots rlose in
at fn(IO each
341 State St.
A GOOD INVESTMENT
100 fine residence lots all tn
a bodv in a nlatted addition
to Salem only $37.50 each
This is a snap that won't last
341 State St. Salem, Oregon
WHOLE MILK:; ;
AND PRODUCE WANTE0
Marion Creamery & Product
Co. : -f s;
Salem, Oregon Phone 2484
SALEM MARKETS 1
BUYINO PRICE : i
Eggs aad Poultry i
Fggs. 18-19c. 2
Hens, heavy 24p. ;
Hens, medium, 22c S
Helia, light, 20c. f
Old rooalora. 8 lue.
Pork, Mutton and sj
Top hogs. $10 50. '
1920 lambs. 3 to 5c.
1921 milk lambs,' 6 to 7c.
1921 Milk lambe. 7c. J
lreaed Hog. 1 4 V.
Beef ateera. 5 to 6Vi.
Cowa, 4c to 6 ,
Bulla, 4c to 5e.
Top veal, oa foot, 6 to 8c. ,
Clover bar, $17 tv $20.
Oat aad Vetch hey, $2u to $23.
Cfaeet bay. $20 lo $21.
Wheat 90 to 100.
Mill Feeds, Wholesale
Mill run $35 toa. '
Wholesale to Dealer
Creamery Butter. 44 lo 45e. '
Orange. $3.50 to $3.50.
Banana. llc. .
Lemons, $3.50 to $4.50. .
Grape fruit. Cel. $4; Art. $6 60;
Florid $8 SO.
California eabbage, 8 S. ,
Onions, Oregon. 81 25
Onions, California. $1.7$.
Turnip $3 GO ssck.
Carrot. $1.25 sack.
Oreea peipera, 8 Or. t
Cauliflowers, $1.60 dosaa.
Lettuce, $3.50 per crate.
Potatoes, $1 rwt.
Sweet potatoes. $3.75 bnshel.
. Radishes, 45e do, bunrnea.
Comb honey, case, $8.25.'
Celery, 81.75 dosea bunrbea.
Aspsragus, 12 15c.
Parsley, 50e do tea be ache.
Beet. 76e dotea bnecba.
Tomatoes $4.75 erst.
MY HEflRl f 0
Adele Garrlaon New Pbaae Of
REVELATIONS OF A WIFE
WHY IS MADGE'S FATHER
CELEBRATING A "SPECIAL.
"Are you going to be very busy
tomorrow, daughter?" j
My father looked up from his
morning grapa fruit at rue a bit
wistfully. With a remorseful
twinge I realized that in j the
whirl of my many duties at school
and at home I had given very lit
tle attention to my father since
Dicky's return to civilian llfe or,
indeed, before. ;
It was the Friday morning fol
lowing Dicky's appearance at the
Bayview h!gh school, and be had
been so preoccupied with his work
in the city that I had had Very
little opportunity for conversation
with him. I knew that orders
were coming to bim rapidly, and
that his Illustrations for the serial
Alfred Durkee bad given htm
were not yet finished, but I liad
hoped secretly, that the next day,
Saturday, on which I was free
from school duties, might bring
me one of the old, delightful,! lit
tle trips with my husband which
used to be red letter days Inlmy
It was not alone the desire 'or
a day with Dicky that actuated
mv wish. I would have welcomed
almost anything which would take
my thoughts away from the
haunting fear that had obsessed
me ever since our evening at my
principal's home. I had no fresh
reason for uneasiness, for there
was nothing in Mr. Stockbridge'g
manner to Indicate that be even
remembered any unusual occur
rence, and Alice Holcombe and I
bad, with a wordless understand
ing, carefully avoided the subject
of Milly Stockbridge's mania. ;
Dicky Is Busy. j
But I couldn't help my own
forebodings, though I held tbetn
in stem leasb, fearful lest bieky
should observe my alarm. Fortu
nately, the whole ugly undercur
rent of the evening had escaped
bis notice, and I knew that he had
carried away with him only fav
orable impressions of the affair,
not the least pleasing of which
I suspected, was the memory lot
Bess Dean in her flame-colored
I couldn't resist sending a fur
tive, appealing look in Dicky's di
rection, even as I answered my
"Why. I have nothing on at all
of my own affairs, father," I re
turned. "I don't know what
Dicky has planned."
"Dickv has planned nothing.'
my husband retorted promptly
"What's more, he wMl plan noth
ing for some sweet time to come.
I'm a working man. my dear.' trv
ing to make up for lost time. So
if Dad wants you to do anythin?
go ahead with my blessing. '
can't even Invite you to meet me
for dinner, for I've got an en
gagement I can't pet out of."
"With an art editor. I suppose."
The words snapped out almost
without my own volition. Tbo
next moment I would have given
much to have recalled them. But
the memory of the time when
Dicky had made an excuse of "en
gagements with art editors" to
cover other engagements to which
he knew I would object was still
with me, had beene-stirred by the
old hate'ul phrase.
A Rare Treat.
"YeR. with an art editor. Wor
den. of Tarpen's." Dicky replied
be'Mcerently. "What of it?"
The tone, the words, were
brusque rude, but I didn't re
port them. Indeed. I felt thst 1
had In some measure deserved
thevn 1 tried to make amends.
"Absolutely nothing. I laugh
eel, trvlne to turn the Incident off
lightly. "And I can do whatever
rather wishes with a clear con
science." I looked at my father question
Ingly. He smiled at roe indul
gently. "Why. I am feeling so much
better ih;U i iboutjtu 1 sbould
like to escort you on an outing.
I haven't had the honor in a UnS
time, almost never, in fact."
There wan a quaver in his voice
that reminded me of his lons
fcearcli for me. the daughter, who
had been lost to him :or so many
)eur. He had spoken truly. We
had had very few outings togeth
er, yet to accompany bim any
where was a rare treat. "The
Quesier" of Broadway was a con
noisseur of delights, en ep.ture
of food. Any affair of which be
wa host was sine to be perfectly
appointed, to be full or rare 2esit.
"Mow wonierfiil, a her!" I et
claimeJ sincerely. "1 shall love
to go. What time do you want
"I'd like to make a day of It I
you don't mind," he said, bis tntn
face flushing like a boy's. "1
thought we might go in for lunch
eon at " he named one of ttb
must exclusive restaurants in the
city, "go to a matinee of that
play you spoke of the other day--In
fact I have the tickets dino
wherever you choose, and then it
you are tired, come home. If not,
Choose whatever you would like
to do. It's rather a special day
with me; in 'act I'm celebrating."
: He didn't explain further. J
saw Dicky cast a quick glance at
bim. recognized in my mother-lu-law's
gaze a shrewd conjecture aa
to bis meaning.
For myself. I didn't dare to
hope what might be meant by, bit
words, and the elaborate costly
day he had planned, a day such
as I knew the present state of his
finances did not warrant.
(To be continued;
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"Crepe Ring" Is Applied To
": Less Brilliant Inner
CAMBRIDGE. Mass. Feb.
The inner ring; of the planet- Sat
an, known to astronomers as the ,
crepe ring" on account of 'the
tact thit it is much less brilliant
than the otherg. has a thickaesi I
of; 2000 milea, while the - othet
rings are very touch thinner.; Re
cording to ovservatlons made bj
Professor William H. Pickering ol
Harvard at the Harvard Astro
nomical sution at ManderUle. Ja- i.
malca The thickness of the rings '
of Saturn is a matter which-has
lone attracted the interest Of as
tronomers. This planet is aur
rounded by what appears through
a;; small telescope to be a single
flat ring of exceeding thinness. !
Through a larger telescope this is
seen to be in reality three concen
jJEvery 18 years or so the earth
passes through the plane of these
rings, wnicn are then in a position
edgewise to the earth. So thin are
they that for a while they disap
pear and cannot be seen until the
earth moves ont of their plane.
This phenomenon occurred on No
vember 7 and will occur again on :
February 22 and August of this !
year, after which there will be no
opportunity of observing It aga.n
for It years.
.Professor Pickering reports i
that be observed the rings just
before and after the November
transit, and found the inner ring
toibe thicker than the others, es
timating It to be 2000 miles thick.
He also reports that in the outer
edge of the second ring the me
teors seem to be more concentrat
ed ithan elsewhere.
Astronomers believe these rings
to be composed of innumerable
mll meteors revolving in dense
swarms about the middle portions
of he planet.
Professor Pickering hopes to
make further observations during
the February transit. He is also
en ft Bed In studying the canals on
the planet Mars, and Is searching
for. the still undiscovered planet
which is believed to revolve
around the sun far outside the or
b.t: of Neptune, the outermost
plane t yet discovered In the solar
Sealed bids will be received by
the County Court of Marion Coun
ty, Or., up to 1 o'clock p.m. on
April 25. 1921 for hauling 4000
cubic yards of crushed rock from
the Mt. Angel' Crushing Plant.
Specifications and bidding forms
are. on file in the County Clerk's
office at Salem. Or. The right
to reject any or all bids is re
served. U. G. BOYER,
u County Clerk.
""T BIDS WAXTED
Sealed bids will be received by
the ' County Court of Marion
County. Oregon, up to 1 o'clock
p.m. on May c. 1921, for haul
ing,! 0.000 cubic yards of gravel
from the County Bunkers near
St. t Paul onto the roads la that
vicinity. Specifications and bid
ding: forms are on tile in the
County Clerk's office at Salem.
Oregon. The right to accept or re
ject any or all bids Is reserved! -Ii
U. O. BOYER,
f ; . County Clerk,