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THE OREGON STATESMAN. SALEM, OREGON
SATURDAY MORNING, MAY 7, 1921
tjljf tt$on Statesman
Kit Pot Wora
week t..a i.rt.o.)
.TmiU' contract, per mo la
Tl Mil'' control, per mo .12
uua7aJu tot any adverlieeaieot 25.
- " NORWICH UNION
FIRE INSURANCE SOOKTY
Undent Agent 871 ht.teJSt.
MONEY TO LOAN
On Real Estate
T. K. FORD
(Over Ladd & Bush Bank)
204-207 Oregon Building
of home Including some, of the
finest in we cuy.
; f.rBtf "dtcreaje U complete.
401-7 Oregon Bldg. Phno 1644
w.li REIT FfKSISHK.O HI. KEPI XII
room. Vice in: gentlemen preferred
447 .V. Liberty Btrert
KT I.KASeTcNK l.t SMALL FI R
fc niabed home in good neighborhood with
I near for car. l-. care
rWO CSEO PIANOS FOR SALE. VERY
I eneao T.llm.n . Piano Store. 12 1
Mouth Commercial street.
CFT THE "OREGOXC8" 10c CI OAR
,bit. Atk your drtWr.
1ATF.HT MODEL FORD COCPK; ft
Wire rTwi - ; "
ltmii wheel, foot accelerator, molo
meter 'to., only driven 24oo milea.
YW will have to .burry if you want
tax Phono Adam!. 362.
HOITSE FOR REST MODERN; OAS
and woou stovca m wia-e. .
T White, dentist. Room 408, Oregon
46 ACRES. GOOD MOM., 40 ACRES IN
drr plow: all lencea wan woven wire.
ssaeadamued road, well and epringa
a place. Price $3,680; good terina
Aayoae look in (t for a Rood location
to baild np wW do well to set Ed
Loot. 370 V4 State street, or phone
PACKARD BTAOE CAR, 7 CORD TIRES,
75 kit Of too la, lao oi citraa. rnonc
If OR SALE NEW HOl'SE OS PAVED
street; near car ime. i i n vwttj
$1,800. Kmeger, 208 Oreron Bid.
FOB BALE DODGE ROADSTER, JTST
rvervauiec, ffooa urea: wwaia consiaer
Fard ia trade. Phone 7B4.
APARTMENTS FOR RENT 890 NORTH
JF TOCJ ARB IXMJKI.NO FOR A GOOD
bay ia a naed car. aea Aaauia at
Mariaa Aatnmohile. Co.
IFOB SALE CHEAP GOOD HEX HOl'SE
worea w ire fence; galYaaued coops; It
layinc beaa. Pbone 1542, 30. South
BTHB FIRE SEASON IS AT HAND. ARE
yaa adequately protected r if not, !
aaolicy ia th Oregon Fire Relief
lAaVa. It is SAFE. SERVICEABLE
mmd erv MlW COST. Don't delay.
Z. Hundley tv Foley, Agta. Bush Bank
fcOIT NEVER MAKE A MISTAKE BY
smoking; a ' Foster ' 2 for 25c.
fc'OR SALE 1921 FORD TOCRIX0 Rl'S
2,000, lota of extraa. Good rear titea
like new. 1550. Pboaa 74.
BOOM MODERN BCNOALOW. Ft'R-
ace, fireplace, Dutch kitchen, in ex
cellent condition. Price $4,200.
1 room plaatered house, bath, electric
lifntt, well arranged. iot Ta-lfto;
Varing fruit, garage, paved street.
I raaaj atodera bungalow, near High
scaawi; luraace. fireplace, ail nuiit-in
OMvaiiiencea, east front: garage. Price
MRU. WIXXIE PETTY JOHX
175 State At. Phone 515
with W. H. Grabenhorat Co.
FOB SALE ROOM MODERN BCN
plow ia East Salem, between Court
sad Stata streets; furnace and built
ia featares. Price $..()(i. Mrs. Win
ie Prttyjoha, 274 State street. Phone
&1S. With W. II. Grabenhorat A Ca.
CLEAN IP SALE
Barrai Ko. 1 Oakland "Six" 1010;
Bsrrsia Bo. t Bethlehem 2 ton track.
srrsia Bo. 1 Oyerlsnd "4", 1918;
Bsrgsia Xo. 4 Ford Truck, 37.'.
Barrsia e. 5 Republic 3 4 ton trork;
Bsrrsia Ko,-fl Republic 1 ton track;
Jsrgsia Xa. 7 Maxwell Truck. S500
Bsrgsia St. Ford Roadster. $2V).
vaase M sad look at these Sunday
2Tt Korth Commercial street
1W0 8TIDEBAKER "SIX" AT A
bsrtsia. Phone Adams. 362.
0! SEPARATE HOt'SEKEEPIXO
! resr, $15 month. 555 Marion
rH. Phone 1524.
WAXT TO SELL 18.140 FIRST MORT.
e-a- aae section of lana. w in
Jjscennt t as to draw ! percent
t see nocoiotsky, S4I ntate
TBICTLT MODERN 1PTODATF.
rt4u ad large sleeping porch resid
I st IM North Hummer at $7,730.
a awe , . u.
j, m i rtair.
i'lSE OP OBFnnva vivmr nofvr
wssras. consisting of 16 acres pmjies.
J mrsas, half acre strswberriea.
;,7T room residence, cloae In at
Wi" k residence up lo
M.000 I exchange. Hslsace crop
4M ' Trnt- Hocolofsky.
L A, HAYFORD
Vol Estate and Fire Insurance
. Slate street
T?" .; plastered, toilet, bath, elec
JTl.. j; !" s-ood srletT of
-iLU.i"?. : lots and sll for
1 -'"o. Terms.
iT. street rsr. Price $4.:MI.
TT.I..'0 ' n Mission street:
nZl i i P'sslered; toilet, balh.
"tofferlng this tod.. (of t2 6.0
d ia cra- .1 , ' ,u rT' '""red.
timb; p.1' o culliv.te: some
bsm, 2xsn boune, plslr-d:
nd raania J Btrk" house, well
Term, 1 w,,e- Price $.-.
.feneral house warh rL "OMAN FOR
L. hech,el.'p'a' ft" -l-IU. Mr.
1477J. ' smsll children
i position rsriae U. 'w-'. " , ' :"
ne summer. W..i. ii ""uren nuring
Bsew, OrrJ. Mu arol Rogers.
Classified Ads. In The
statesman Bring Results
H KMTI KK SALESMAN MAX
Hurt-ii, 17 N. Commercial.
WANTED A BOY To DKI.IVKK A
rute in the ceutral purl of the cit.
This i a jruod o..rrtumt fur a i4ii
1o make auine spure money an-t uh u
l-arii il prim iplea of salesman iiji
An, I) ( irrulat iou Maimtrr. Oirtbii
WASTED ENERliliTtC TOI'Mi MAN
mho has had experience selling lif
insurance. iIihIi or advertising Mint
tc al'lr lo dewite hi entire time aii.t
he aiiiliitioua for advam-emem. Mnst
have the courage to present business
proposition to uirnlniiii and pnife
H.nal men. Answer in nur own hand
writing Hating arc. olural tonal quel
ifirationa. rxyrrfnet m oln-itor. nr.
Addrvaa 1 No ttMitiian of f h-c
FOR SALE 14SS SILO; AH (,MI)
a new . W. Thurmon, i;riv
Ore. Kt. 3.
WANTED MtS WOMEN TO
tak farm paper aubacrtptiona. A good
propoaition to th rifht pcopla. Addrcaa
tha Pacific Hemeatcad, Sutoamaa Bid.
GET MARRIED BEST MATRIMONIAL
paMr nililih-l r"ree fr Htainp.
t'orrempondent. Tollo, Ohio.
CATHOLICS. WISHING TO MARRY
particular free. Ad1ren lioiu- I lull.
I. Hox !3 lira riil Rapids. M ich.
FOR SALE CAXAH1 BIRDS. Nlghi
singers. Mrs. E. A. Bennett. Phone
12J. 1030 Chemeketa
IF YOU WANT TO GET THK BEST
farm paper, seed 15c to Tha Pacific
Homatead, Salem, Oregon, for a three
snonths trial aubacriptioa. Meatioa
FAVEROLLES ARE BUSINESS BIRDS.
Prirea oo application. Eagena T.
Preacott. Salem, Ore.
BABT CHIX ON SALE EVERY DAY
this week. Several varietiea. Reduced
prices. C. N. Needham, 558 State
fet Opposite County court house.
RARE POl'I.THY AN EXHIBITION
pen of French White laverolles for
sale. fork, one hen. three pullets,
only $l'i. 50. Worth twice tha price.
Inquire at Statesman office.
THE NORTHWEST POULTRY JOUR
nal. The biggeat and beat in the
west. Tba live . magaiine for live
poultrynjeo, 75c a year; 11.00 in
Salem. Send 5 cent for sample today.
Tha Northwest Poultry Journal. Salem,
Oreron. Mention thia ad
LOANS, LOANS. LOANS tVE CAN
furnish money to build you a now
house or to fix np tha old one if
Beeeaaary. Laflar Laflar, 406 7
MARION-POLK COUNTY FARM 1XAS
aaaociation haa money to loan at aix
percent. W. D. Smith, secretary-treasurer,
303 Salem Bank of Commerce
WE HAVE BOMB GOOD FARM MOKT
ages to sell.
205 Oregon Bldg.. Salem.
ALADDIN READY CUT HOUSES,
karna at Fartorv nrieea. 40 to 70
per ceat reduction. Money loaned for
building purposes, inaa. omitn, uv
FOR SALE A FEW GOOD GRADE
Jeraev cows, now giving milk. Phone
14F15 -or J979J.
FOR SALE FIXE REGISTERED O.I.C.
sow and shoats; chesp if taken in 10
days. Henry Yung. Independence.
PRIM EDA BALM. FORMERLY BALM
of Figs. Phono 1SU8-W.
TRY THE NICKEL LUNCH AT 261
Court. Anything 5e.
SEND BILL OF LUMBER FOR HOUSE,
barn, shed or fence you wish to build;
high grsde, sound lumber. Jamea M.
Moore. Route 1, Box 61, Stayton. Ore.
STANDARD EXCHANGE, 312 NORTH
Commercial street. Diamonds, watches,
musical instruments, guns, clothing,
shoes, etc. Both new and used goods
bought, sold or exchanged.
WIRE HOP, LOGANBERRY. CHICKIX
wire. Steinbock, 373 Court street.
OFFICES AND STORES A BIO LOT
of new books for sola at half price
WANTED EVERY ONE TO TRY
Nssons paints and stains sold at the
Capital Hardwsre A Furniture Co.
285 N. Commercial St. Phons 947
THE WESTERN SONGSTER
SCHOOL AND COMMUNITY SINGING
An especially good selection of the sonc
you have been wanting with words snd
piosie complete. No matter how many
songhooks yon have you should have
this one, containing the Oregon songs
Prices: Single copies, 25c: 16 '-4 cent
eai h in lota of a doien or more; $12.50
the hundred, postpaid. Second edition
printed since September.
OREGON TEACHERS MONTHLY
215 S. Commercial St Salem, Oregon
FOR WOOD PHOXE 1565M.
WOOD FOR SALE PHONE 981 M.
DRY FIR AND OAK WOOD FOR SALE
FIRST CLASS 16 INC7T OLD GROWTH
fir. $1000 per cord. Phone 14G7
WOOD 8AWINO AXP TnOn FOR HALF
at reasonable price. Fishers Brothers
CALL THE SALEM FUEL TARDS FOR
oar wood and coal; office 752 Trad
street Phono 529.
FOR SALE FIRST CLASS 16 in. in
side mill wood, reasonable. Snoeia'
Price on car lots sesooned mill wood
See u before bnving your winter sup
plv. Fred E. Wella, 305 r"o. Church
FOR RENT MODERN WELL FI'RN
ihed spsrtment. '.'' Mill St Phone
FOR RENT A LARGE FRONT ROOM
with hot water beat, furnished, at the
Alexandria. 1O30 Chemekta alreet
FOR RENT ROOM FOR GF. NTLEMAX
in modern home and centrally loeat
ed. Please give name and address
F.. care Stateaman M t
BOOM AND BOARD
URGE MODERN ROOM. WITH OR
without meals. 2'JH X Capitol. Phone
P. L. WOOD. St STATB ST, RIAL
WANTED A FAMILY TO OCCUPY MY
hoitae on a fruit ranch. Fr rti
rulers csll evenings from 6 to 7. Hsr
rv Pearson. Phone 12F5.
OOOD FURNISHED HOUSEKEEPING
rooms: old couple preferred. Good 6
nvim bouse to rent. The Pntnam-
MrLarea Co- Boons 21. 180 North
TJav SLsUesnUtn CUaaifled Ads
LOST AND FOUND
HIST PIR TIRE CHAINS. BrmVr.KN
Fsirrrotind store and Market streets,
keturn I lance . Florist.
WTM-- 4 OR KOOM HOl'SE:
.i! so I.. .-a i ion fur electro plating plant
A. F. I.ruite. rare the Siatsiiian
WANTED USED HOl SKHol.D GOODS,
ranges and rtHikstoves, tuols. men's
suits and ahoes. Liberty Kn-liange.
'1 4 1 N Commercial Phone 841.
AUTO LAUNDRY AT OVERLAND
Oarage. IMfi State St. We specialize
on high grade cars.
BATTERY AND ELECTRICAL
USL BATTERY SERVICE STATION
Expert battery sod electrical work
Farris Bros.. Phone 1803. 418 Court
TIRES AND ACCESSORIES
SMITH -WATKINS. 147 NORTH HIGH.
Max, bilverton t ord. Mood extra ply
tires. Everything for auto.
A HOSPITAL FOR INJURED AUTO
tires Right here. 422 South Coin
tuercial Tire Shop.
HOFFMAN A OKERBFRG TIRE REPAIR
shop; vulcsuiting. retreading, 811 N
Commercial. Pbone 804
UNIVERSAL TIRE FILLER SERVICE
station Savea you tiro trouble. 420
FOR SAI.E OR TRADE FOR TOI'RIXG
car. 1 ton CMC truck. 124 Broad
way. USED CABS
FOR SALE BUICK "FOUR" POAD-st-r,
cheap. lT-O Chemeketa.
SOME OF BEST BUYS OFFERED
Ford Sedan, wire wheels, A I con
dition $ 47.1
1920 Chevrolet 4.1(1
1921 Babv Overland jO
1919 Iodge 900
1916 Buick "Six" 70
1919 7 Passenger Chandler 1250
Msnv other good buvs
OLESON AUTO EXCHANGE
349 North Commercial Phone 660
OARAGES AND BEPAIB
TRACY '8 STORAGE GARAGE
LIBBY 3 AUTO REPAIR SHOP 220
South Liberty, Pbone 901.
AUTO REPAIR SHOP L. MILLER, 245
Center. Phone 890.
FERRY STREET GARAGE MILLER"
tires, accessories, general repairing,
SOUTH COMMERCIAL GARAGE GEN
era! repairing and overhauling. 420
S. Commercial St.. Salem.
AUTO ELECTRICIAN: EXPERT TROU
ble shooting. 238 North High. Pbone
CAPITAL GARAGE BUICK. BTUDF.
baker. Hudson repairing. 173 South
Liberty. Phone 88.
STANDARD AUTO REPAIR 8HOP
across from Argo, Chemeketa street
SALEM AUTO RADIATOR SHOP 198
South 12th. Phono 28.
SPECIAL PRICE8 FORD REPAIRIN
Service garage, 803 N. Liberty. Pbone
J f!. BAIR. RADIATORS. FENDERS.
Bodies repaired, 444 Ferry.
TAIR GROUNDS GARAGE TIRES, AC
eessoriet, used cars. Our work guar
anteed. 2641 Portland Road. Pbone
W. C. WRIGHT. 1J1
AUTO TOPS, UPHOLSTERING, AUTO
painting. Hall's Top Shop. "Y" Bldg.
0RE0OXI0X BEAUTT SHOP MARCEL
waving, bairdresalng, 185 Sooth Com
jBcreial Phone 77
COZY NOOK BARBER 8H0P 1266
REMINOTON COSFECTIONERY. HOME
made candies, confections, cigar, niag
asines 5272 State.
DR. I- M.
HUM CURE8 ANY KNOWN
1 53 B. High St.. Phone 283
DRESSMAKIXG 1299 South High.
DRESSMAKING LADIES' TAILORING
13.15 Madison Avenue.
DRESSMAKING. TAILORING 2720
Cherry. Phone 1678 M.
DRESSMAKING AND PLAIN SEWING.
745 Bellevue. Pbone 1820 W.
IOSEPHINE FAXON DRESSMAKING
1414 Mission street.
i.OTTIE TOWN-SEND DRESSMAKING.
240 D street.
TAYLOR AND FLYNN DRE88MAK
ing 227 Oregon Bldg.
RUTH Mc ADAMS DRESSMAKER, 736
South 12th. Phone 1H24 M.
HATTIE WILLIAMS DRE8SM A KINO
North Cottage. Phone 1S52W.
ELETHA PRUETT DRESSMAKING
682 North Commercial. Phoo 1931W
HAVE YOUR SPRINO DRESSMAKING
dona at 758 North Commercial.
F.LITE GOWX SHOP MODIST. DE
signing. Phone 1125, 414 Oregon
LADIES' TAILORING. DRE8SM AKINO
Room 18, 265 V North Commercial
iARRIE FISHER DRESSMAKING,
designing. Spencer corsets to order
3 McCormack Bldg.
RS. VARTY. DESIGNER AND MAKER
Ladies' Suit and Gowns. 7 McCor
FULL LINE SPRING. SUMMER DRESr
goods. Mrs. Esch. Phone 1471.
I AT SHOP MEN'S AND WOMEN'S
hats renovated and blocked 495 Coon
SALEM ELITE HEMSTITCHING,
rhainstilching. pleating, buttons. 429
Court. Phone 5m
PORCH BOXES BF.DfHNG PLANTS
for ssle. Smith's 30 1 North Commer
Sll.ru LAUNDRY COMPANY. 1S6 S.
Liberty street. Phone 25. Oldest
largest beat. - Established 1889.
CAPITAL CITY STEAM LAUNDRY
Onalitv wark. oromot service. 1264
Broadway. Phono 15,
BEATRICE SH ELTON PIANO STUDIO
345 Mariuu. Phone 12Wy.
lillian hartshorn piano, 394
North Cbur.-.s. I'ucue 178.
JEMSICA W1LI.E PIANO, 170 SOUTH
I "lii. Phone I.MilW.
T. S. ROBERTS PIANO. ORGAN. 270
South 14th. Pbone 77:i.
DAN P. LA NG EN BERG, VOCAL
Derby Bldg Phoue 2079.
LENA WATERS PIANO. 1472 MILL
MOl.LIE STYLES VOICE. PIANO. 8.10
Center. Phone 20 ICR.
DOROTHY PKARCE PIANO. 267
North Winter. Phone 34iJ
FRANKLIN LAUNEK PIANO. 26H
North 17th. Phone 1415.
JULIA MILLS WEIGKL, PIANO. 156
South Church. Pboue 13V1R.
LUCILE BARTON VOICE. PIANO. 147
North Commercial. Pboue 502, 1588.
LUCILE ROSS PIANO. ORG A N. 498
orio Liberty. 1'hone 11S7W.
MATTIE GILBERT STRING INSTRU
luenta, 1572 Stale. Phone 110b R.
WESTERN CONSERVATORY OF MUS
ic of Chicago. Frank E. Churchill, rep
resentative. Diplomas granted. Odd
fellow a bldg.
SALEM CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC
A!! braochea taught, diploma's grunted
John K Sites, director, 1237 Court
WENDELL HELM TUSTNO. REPAIR
tng. Phone 492.
EDWARD WELP EXPERIENCED
piano tuner. Leave orders Will's
R. W. BALLANTYNE, TUNER, PLAY
ers a specialty. Pboue 352. Cher
ringtim 1'ittDo House.
PIANOS, PLAYER PIANOS; NEW.
used. 1. W. Talhnan. 121 So. Coui'l.
CH ERRINGTON PIANO HOUSE. HAN
dlea Buah-Lsne celebrated pianos.
415 Court, Phone 352.
NANCY 11 ALL SWEET POTATO
plants. 20 cents per doien. Get them
now. Wsrd K. Kubardson, J39.'i
Front. Phone 494.
STRAWBERRY PLANTS . ALSO AS
praagus, Kittatinnv blackberry, Mnn
ger and Cumberland blackcap, logan
berries, everbearing raspberries. Any
qnsntity. Ward K Ki hardson, 295
Front atreet Phone 494.
PLUMBING, REPAIRING AND COIL
work. Pbcne 1517J. Shop, 127 Union
street. A. L. Godfrey.
WANTED CONFINEMENT CASES AT
private hospital. 1 have beat of equip
ment. Phone 1959J.
DAVIS STRAOTJBACOH GENERAL
contractors; paints, oil, wallpaper. 320
South Liberty. Phone 901.
AUBREY H. CLARK. SUCCESSOR TO
Glenn L. Adams Painting, paperhang
ing, kalsomining. Work guaranteed.
Terms reasonable. Phone 1396J; rra,
425 South Winter.
SEE PORTER FOR PAINTS, WALL
aper and Picture Framing. Good work
men. 455 Court St- Phono 485.
MISS GOODHUE TAKES SUB SCRIP-
Hons for all magaxine. 251 Bo. 17th
ROOFS RESHINGLED. CLEANED. RE
paired, painted or tarred. Phone Kayes
REPAIRING AND SHARPENING
CUTLERY GRINDING. LAWN MOWERS
safety razors, etc. Stewart's Repair
Shop. 347 Court street.
BEN WHEELER EVERYTHING RE
pared. General sharpening, chimney
aweep. 1485 N. 17th at-. Phono 141BW
PUBLIC STENOGRAr-nnB. toa MAS
onic Bldg. Phone 178.
SECOND HAND GOODS
WE BUY AND SELL SECOND HAND
goods of all kinds, pipe fittings, hsr
ness. collars, collar pads, tool! and
chains. Fred Bchindler, 258 Center
STOVES STOVE REPAIRING
STOVE REPAIRING, REBUILT, COILS,
connections. Will call and clean, pol
ish at house. 271 North Commercial
STOVES REBUILT Airi REPAIRED
40 year experience; Depot National
fence, sixes 26 to 28 ins. high. Paints
oil snd vsrnishes, etc, loganberry and
hop hooka. Salem Fence and Store
Works. 250 Court street. Phona 134
SALEM SCAVENGER GARBAGE. REP
use of sll kinds removed. Cesspools
clesned. Phono 167.
FRANK PALM MERCHANT TAILOR.
294 North Commercial.
LA NH AM TAXI COMPANY PHONF
THE OREGON TAXI TRANSFER CO .
Liberty A Ferry. Pbone 77. Dry
slab, 16-inch wood for ssle.
TRANSFER HA ULINO
CH AS CHANDLER GENERAL TRANS
fer: office, stand, Clark's Tiro Houae
MERCHANTS' COOPERATIVE PARCEL
delivery, messenger service, baggage,
trunka, any part city, .lo cntv 170
South High. Phone 230.
CAPITAL CITY TRANSFER CO 22.
State St, phone 933. Distributing,
forwarding and storage our specialty
Get our rates
SALEM WATER. LIGHT A POWER CO
Office, 301 South Com' I St. Ten rw
rent discount on domestic flat rater
aid ia advance. No deductions for ab
acme or sny esuae unless water is
shot off rotir premises.
WHEEE TO EAT
WHITE CLOUD TEA HOUSE CHINA
dishes, noodles, free dancing. Open
9 sm 1 sl nirht. 110V N. Cotn'l
DR. O. U SCOTT. P. 8. C. CHIR0PRAC
tor, 309 12 U. 8 Bsnk Bldg Phono
87: Res. 82 SR.
MTTT'rr " iip"tinffafft
FOOT CORRECTIONAL SPECIALIST
Appliance from individual impressions
Satisfaction narantoed. Cba E
Tatro. Masonic Bldg. Phone 442.
Classified Ads. In The
Statesman Bring Results
DRS. WHITE AND MARSHALL, 606
L. b. National Bsnk Bldg.
DR W. L. MERCER, OSTEOPATHIC
Pbysicisn and surgeon; Kirksvillr
paduate 404-405 U. h. National Bank
bldg. Phone Office, 919; Ke. 614
DM JOHN U LYNCH. OSTEOPATHIC
Phrait taa nad Smgeon, 403 404 Oregon
iJC : ftlggnLPf f !iL, 1 3W4 . K 68F5
til.ASSES FITTED BY DH I B Itl'D
Ij-tte at the I low Optn'-al Company, j
c.ie street, opposite Ladd and
UNITED SPANISH WAR VETERAN'S
camp 5. Annorv. First. Third Mondays
6 ROOM PLASTEREre HOUSE ; BATH
tv..,-, reuieMi uasement, Toundatiol
snd wslk ; .14 acre of laud planted t4
bearing fruit; 1 block to paved streef
3 blo ks to car $3,250. $ I OOo .ash,'
balance n percent II. 8. Belle, 44l
3 LOTS IX oxf. OF THE CHOICEST
local ioiix on Ka1r11.01.111 hill for sale
at a hpecial price if taken quick
FOR SALE 5u ACRES. GOOD ROCK
road; two miles from RR. station; 25
a-rea lU.provrd. balance in timber and
pasture; well fenaed : 4 seres of bear
ing prunes; li seres 1 snd 2 years eld ;
house and barn being built. Price
$8,000; will accept good city property
or small tract to about $3, OOO. $2,Oob
cash: balance easy terms
SQUARE DEAL CO
202 U. S B.nk Phone 470
LITTLE COTTAGE WITH NEW GAR
age, fmit and cloae to car. gl.aoo
Three other good select buys st $2,250,
$2,750 and $4,000 respectively. 5,
6. 7 rooms, sll modern. New listings.
We bsve 34 photos of select residences,
just taken, come in snd look them
FLEMING REALTY CO.
341 Stste street
ARE YOU CONTF.MPi.AnNG BUILD
ing in the near future f If ao I want
you to aee the pretty building lots 1
have for sale at 1600 00 X. 14th Kt.
only two blocks from street csr line,
just across Mill street bridge sewer,
water and electric lighta now placed.
Also have four lots facing A atreet
at 3.-.0. Call on X. Selig. at 595 X.
FOR SALE DESIRABLE FIVE ROOM
house with garage; modern except
basement; close to psved street snd
csr line. Convenient location. Price
right . with terms. For appointment
phone owner 494, or eveninga 631-M.
j seres nesrly sll in bearing fruit, logan
berries, strawberries, cherries and
prunes. 6 room house, barn, well.
Well improved 10 acres close to carline.
good bungalow: bearing fruit. Will
consider large houae, close in. Price
13Vi acre tract, sll cultivated; good
buildings, itt acres bearing logans.
stock snd machinery goes. Price
Well improved 9 acre home, strictly
moaern a room home, nesnng fruit:
will take modern home ss part pay
ment. Price $14,000.
Good 6 room bouse all on one floor:
large lot. Price $4,000.
Large bouse and three fina lots, bear
ing fruit. Price $2,750.
If yoa are looking to buy a farm, amall
scresge, house or lot. see
We H. Grabenhorst & Co.
275 Slste street
TO TRADE TWO HOU8ES IN NORTH
Salem for bouse close in. Wa have
several bouses to trade for small
tracts: also some property to trsde
for Portlsnd nropertv.
THOMASON & ROWLEY
331 State Street
FIVE ACRES OF OOOD LOGANBER
riea, sll trsined on wire, will have good
crop thia year. Two-room house, well
locsted close P Solem. $2,800. The
Putnam McLaren Co. Room 21, 180
North Commercial street.
FOR SALE 6 ROOMS. MODERN Ex
cept basement ; gsrage. and woodshed,
half block to car line and paved street.
A snsp at $1,830. with $400 down,
balance like rent. Thomsson A Row
ley, 331 't Stste Street.
A GOOD HOME TO TRADE 7 ROOMS.
4 large lots with garage, 1 block to
ear snd psved street. Price $3,500.
Trsde for improved trsct. Thomaaon
A Rowley, 331l State street.
FOR SALE TWO CORNER LOTS ON
Norway and Summer streets, 60x120,
Price $850. Call 111F5.
Three room bouse, $8,000 3 room honse
three lota, $ti.'0; eaay terma. 12 room
house, close in $4,500. 320 acre
farm, well located, $60 per acre. 9
seres close in, well Improved, $3,750;
tske honse to hslf value. Five room
bungalow. $l,00. 232 care farm to
trade for income property.
341 State St.
F. L. WOOD
NEW MODERN BUNGALOW. CLOSE
in. furnace and fireplace. Only $4,500
n room modern bungalow, close to school
and car line. Price S3, 000.
3 room house good, targe Int. South
Sslem, $800, $200 rssh, bslsnce like
Fsrnts snd fruit ranches for city prop
erty. '.srge listinra in city property.
Joseph Barber Real Estate
100 Grar Bldg.
HEAL ESTATE- TRADERS YOU CAN'
f.r.-l a number of rood propositions
either aa trades, or buys in eaay pay
nentn of land or bunralows. Chas
W. Niemeyer, Masonic Temple, Saleoi
APPLE ORCHARD POR SALE 21
S'-res of 2100 Stark trees, eleven years
old. including tractor, sprayer and
diaks. One mile from Dallas. P. O
Box 270. Dallas
GOLDEN RULE REAL ESTATE
f have a beautiful bungslow for ssle
GERTRUDE J. M. PAGE
492 N. Cot'sg
A BIG BARGAIN
GOoD SEVEN ROOM HOJ'BE ON A
psved street snd verv large groonds.
on the rsr linte. st $2,750.
Mo s strictly up-to-date new 5 room
bungalow st n per rent off price
this week. $4,800.
FLEMING REALTY CO. ,
841 Stste street
Fire . Tnsrrsnce
Our $:t.'0 honse
Our 2 lots in Richmond Addition at
Onr 3 sere fsrm, equipped, for $5000:
Our 50 acres, 1 mile to electric line for
A fire-room bungalow. 1 block to csr
Stop yonr rent by Kti-: .Kia
MILLS & COPLEY
331 V State street
EARLY 1918 CHEVROLET. IN GOOD
condition, cheap, $425. Call evenings
if it is most convenient. Aluo 6 room
house st a bsrgain : small aibouut down.
Lai monthly 420 N. 24th.
S acre. 3 in cultivation. 2 in brush.
L&lf mile out of ciiy limits of port
liii.il. iiear Sandy road Will fske
Salem prouerty I'rrt ;.1..'oo. Pner
aon, 2'."J or.(uii llldg.
DO U WANT A BARGAIN?
I will sell for cssh S room plastered
house, with garage, improved street,
some fruit. Closing an estate. $27.ro
cash. Hurry if you want it. Peter
sen, 229 Oregon Hldg.
Notice Is hereby given that - I
have Impounded the following de
scribed dogs in compliance with
ordinance No. 1404, to-wlt: One
collie and ahepherd. male, weight
about 45 pounds. One yellow and
white, long haired female, weight
about 20 pounds. One black,
-.mooth-halred pup, female, weight
about 10 pounds; one black and
white dog. male, weight about 2.
pounds. The above described
dogs will be killed if not redeem
ed by owners on or before May
7th. 1921. as provided in said or
dinance. W. S. LOW,
WOOl BI!S IXVJTKO.
The undersigned will receive
scaled bids tip to o o'clock p. m.,
Monday. May 16, 1921, for the
rurchase of 150 cords of large
tody fir wood or large second
growth fir wood, to be cut from
l:ve timber. To be delivered at
the City Hall not later than Sep
tember 15th. 1921.
Riftht reserved by the city to
reject any or all bids In the in
terest of the city.
NOTICK OP THK IMPROVK-.
K.T OF THK AK.IJCY IX
IiIOCK 76, OF THK ORIGI
NAL I'LAT OF THK CITY OF
NALRM. ORRCeOX. HKTWRRX
CRXTKH STRKKT A XI) MAR
Notice is hereby given that the
Common Council of the City of
Salem deems It expedient and
hereby declares Its purpose and
intention to improve the alley in
Block 76 of the original plat of
the City of Salem. Oregon, from
the north line of Center street
to the south line of Marion street
at the expense of the abutting and
adjacent property by bringing
said portion of the alley in block
7 6 of the original plat of the City
of Salem. Oregon, to the estab
lished grade and paving said por
tion of the alley in block 76 of
me original plat of the City of
Salem, Oregon, with a six-Inch
Portland cement gravel concrete
pavement in accordance with the
plana and specifications therefor
which were adopted by the Com
mon council .on the 18th day of
April, 1921. now on file in the
office of the city recorder and
which, for greater certainty and
convenience and a more detailed
description thereof, are hereby re
ferred to and made a part hereof.
The Common Council hereby
declares its purpose and Intention
to make the above described im
provement by and through the
Street Improvement Department
of the City of Salem, Oregon.
By order of the Common Coun
cil: EARL RACE.
Date of first publication of this
notice Is May 5, 1921.
"XOTICK OF THE IMPROVE
MKXT OF LIXCOLN STREET
B K T W E K X COMMERCIAL
STRKKT AXI HIGH STRKET.
Notice Is hereby given that the
Common Council of the City ot
Salem deems it expedient ana
hereby declares its purpose and
Intention to improve Lincoln
Street from the east 1 ne of Com
mercial Street to the west line ot
High street at the expense of the
abutt'ng and adjacent properly
by bringing said portion of Lin
coln street to the established
grade, constructing cement con
crete curbs and paving safd por
tion of Lincoln street with a siv
ineh Portland cement gravel con
crete pavement thirty (30) feet
wide in accordance with the plans
and specifications therefor which
were adopted by the Common
Council on the 18th day of April.
1921, now on file in the Office ot
the City Recorder and which, fot
greater certainty and convenience
and a more detailed description
thereof, are hereby referred to
and made a part hereof.
The Common Councfl hereby df
dares its purpose and intention
to make the above described Im
provement by and through the
StTeet Improvement Department
o' the City or Salem.
ny order of the Common Coun
cil: EARL RACE. City Recorder
Date of first publication of this
notice Is May 5. 1 921."
XOTICK OF THK IMPROVE
MENT OF "- STRKKT RE
TWK K X C O M M K lit' I A I.
STRKKT ANI FRONT STRKKT
Not'ce is hereby given thPt th
Common Council of the City ot
Salem deems it expedient and
hereby declares it pumofe and
mention to improve "D" Street
from the went line of Commercial
Mreet to the east I in ? of Front
Street at the expense of the aout
Mng and adjacent property bv
bring ng said portion of " l" Street
to the established grade, con
structine cement concrete curb
md paving said portion of "D"
street with a six-inch Portland ce
ment gravel concrete pavement In
accordance with the p'ans anl
specifications therefor whih
were adopted bv the Common
C-uncil on the 1Sh day of April.
1921. now on file in the Office Of
the City Recorded and which, for
greater certainty and convenience
nd a more detailed description
thereo. are herebv referred to
anc? made a part hereof.
Th Common Council hereby
declarei its purpose and inten
tion to make the above described
improvement by and through th3
Street Improvement Department
of the City of Salem. !
By order of the Common
KARL RACK City ReVorder.
Date of first publication of this
notice ia May 0, lri:M.' .
XtFTK'K TO '0TRACTt)RS.
Nof!ce is hertby given tfeat th
undersigned will receive bds un
til .". o'clock p. m.. Maij 16th.
921. for the contructiott of a
cement concrete si'iiwalkito be
laid on the south side f Miller
street. bet.v.'?n South t'omfeerciu'
and South Liberty s'rtits. in
Pont of and abuttin: updh Lot
1. Block 9, of George M.'.Jones"
Addition to the City c ; j$aleui
Plan and specMii ration jiay be
had at the office of ln Ctv Re
corder. EARL RACK.
NOTICE OF ASSKSSMKNf FOR
THK COST OF t'ONSTRliT
IN.'J SIDEWALK IX THUCITV
OF SALEM. OREGON. 5"
To Charles Jory: ' 1
You are hereby not fiertil that
the City of Salem. Oregon, lias by
Ord nance No. 1678 levied an as
sessment upon your property here
inafter described and itf; the
amount hereinafter set forth, for
the cost of constructing a cement
concrete s dewalk on the east side
of Commercial street, in frent of
and abutting upon the following
described property, to-wit: 1
lots No. 5 and 0. in block No.
f. f.eorge H. .ones' addition to
(be City of Salt. in, Oregon, own,'i
;y Charles Jory and Oliverfjory.
The cost of constructing! said
cement concrete sidewalklis as
Contract price paid by
the City to contractor $1 14.59
Advert sing for bids ... .3 . 00
Engineering, supervision I
and inspection 17.23
Total $164 .82
Said assessment was entered in
Volume 1 of the Minor : Lien
Docket of the City of Salem, Ore
gon on the 29th day of April,
1921, as a charge and lien against
said above described property and
is now due and payable to th City
By order of the Common 0bun
c'l, this notice is served uponhyou
by publication thereof for - ten
days in the Daily Statesman, a
newspaper of general circulation
publ shed in the City of Salem,
Oregon. Date of first publication
hereof is May 6, 1921. '
Recorder of the City of Salem.
AND PRODUCE VV ANTED
Marion Creamery & Produce
Salem, Oregon Phone 88
I SALEM MARKETS
Btrrnco rsicx t
Egfg ana rounry &
Hens, beavy 24.
I lens, medium, 22c. &
Hens, light, 20c. ! t
Uld roosters. B-IOo. 0
Pork, afuttoa and k : -
Top bogs, $9.25. f
1920 lambs. 3 to 5c ,
mi milk lambs, fl to 7a. i$
Dreaaed Hoga, 14 Vi iU
Beef steers, 6 to 7e. i ' v-
Cows. 6 and 6c. ! U
Bulls. 4 4Hc. ! .x
lop vest, on foot, 8 to 8e.
Hay .1 IS
Clover hay. $17 lo $20. K
Oat and Vetch hay, $20 to 2.
Cheat hay, $20 to 121. t$
Wheat 90e to -
Oats. 40c. K
. MUl Fseds, Wholesalo ;
Mill ran, $33 tons. ;
Wholesale to Dealsra
Creamery butter, 32-3 Uc. ;
Butterfat, 25c. ;'ej
. rratt g
Oranges, 13.50 to 3.60. U
Bananaa, 1 1 We. rJ
Ieuiona, 34.50 to $4. SO
Grape fruit. Cad. $4; Aria. $6.60
Florida $$.fX. if.
California cabbage, SVk.
Onions, Oregon, $124 ;
Onions. California, $1.73. t
Turnips $3.00 aaek. ,.
Car rota, $1.25 sx.lt. J-
Grwea pe opera, goc. ;,?:-;
Lettuce, $4 per crate.
Potatoea, $1 cwt. ,
Sweat potatoes, $8 75 bushel. &
Rsdishes, bOe doien bunches. t
Comb honey, case, $8.25. -
Aspsrsgus, 15c. 8
Khubsrb, 5e. h
Parsley, 50c doien bunchas. '-
Beets, 75c desen bnacbeo. t
Tomatoes $5.25 rrate. ;.
Homy, extracted. SOc lb.
Creamery Butter, 30c.
Flour, hsrd wbest. $2.25. ;
Flour, soft wbest, $1.75.
Sngsr, $7.50. ;
Hullt School Girls
Program Closing Day
HULLT. Ore.. May 6. (Special
to The Statesman) Closing ever
cises and a picnic were held at
the Hullt school last Friday. The
program was excellent, featuring
many unique numbers and the
dinner was of the best, being furi
nished by the lad es of the diftv
trlct. Several students received
prizes for good work in their
grades. Miss Emily Loose. thP
teacher, who has been in thia
school for two years, was present:
ed with a beautiful casnerole. She
has other work planned for the
Mrs. M. L. Fulkerson waSf
present and gave us an excellent:
Hl'LLT NEWS XOTKS
Hl'LLT. Or.. May C (Special
to The Statesman) Mrs. C. V.
Brown has just been having quite!
a sejge with a bad cold in the!
past two weeks. j
The time schedule has beerj
changed on the Star route. The;
mail now arrives at 9 o'clock
and leaves at 9:30 for S'lverfuni
Helen Peterson Is spending sev
eral weeks with Mrs. Ooeha.
Mrs. Lillie Burch and danghtei
(iladys of Silverton. pent Friday
and Saturday at the Mala home.
Gladys will remain for tome time.
Road work is being carried' on
with great difficulty owing to tne
Mr. and Mra. John Vangorder
were Silverton visitors Monday.
H. J. Winter attended to road
business in Salem Monday.
MY HI MID
Add OarrltMio't New Phase Of
REVELATIONS OF A WIFE.
WHY MRS. DURKEE WAS VERY
(J LOOM Y INDEED.
Oh. Madge, what-do you thlnlt
Alf has been doing now?"
l.Le Mis. Durkee came up to
my room ope evening after I had
returned from school with a most
woe-begone expression upon her
face. I knew from long exper
ence o my little friend's Vagar
ies what was the matter with her.
and I tried unsuccessfully not to
jmile &u she threw herself into
my easiest chair and dabbed her
eyes with the daintiest,; most In
finitesimal of handkerchiefs.
"Oh. you needn't grin!" sha
said petulantly. "I know you
think I'm a fool over that boy of
mine, but you just wait Until that
baby grows up. You'll be watch-,
ing every girl with eyes like a
hawk's for fear she's going to
steal him away from yoirf'
The Years Hasten. '
I rtopped smiling suddenly. Her
words called up a vision wh.cb.
absurdly enough, gave me a dis
tinct pang. For a startled moment
I looked down the coming years
to the time when my baby, my
idolized little son, should be m'ne
no longer, but belong to some oth
Little Mrs. Durkee's paternal
jealousy of Alfred had long been
a source of quiet amusement to
me. He is a model son, but he
has a penchant for pretty taces,
and as he adores his mother, he
invariably, at an early stage of his
acquaintanceship with an attrac
tive girl, asks his mother to in
vite the young woman of;hla fan
cy to dinner or for a week-end. or
for some socal function' In her
honor. Mrs. Durkee at once con
jures up dire visions of wedding
bells and orange blossoms, incon
sistently regardless of the fact
that Alfred's a fairs are never
ser'ous and seldom last : but a
I have listened to many waila
from Mrs. Durkee upon the sub
iect of Alfred's foibles, and my
stereotyped reply is always ready.
But thia time it didn't t'sa o
readily to my Hps.' for ber petu
lant remarks about the girl wh
would some day steal my own,
ion had robbed me of both
amusement and poise.
In another minute, however,
the illuminating thought hat
come to me that in all probability
the girl who should lure i my in
fant son from me had not yet.
been born. I laughed aloud both
at my own absurdity and my
friend's doleful face, now fact
clouding with chHdUh reientment.
"You little goose!" . I; said
laughingly, Ignoring- ber:.i frown.
What do yon meaS by frighten
'ng me like that?: -I had Richard
Second .married , an, d, vted anil
turning me out' Into a driving;
inowstorm to freeze to deth,,au
n the space of a secpnd 'or pro,"
What Madge Asked. i .' V
Her face cleared instantly, a Ad
the dimpled' Into, a charming
augh little Mrs. Dtrrkee'. tem--ers
and tears are untuJly but the
briefest of sumraef.- thunder
torms. , , . . . , j
- "I hope he beats ycd-np ntp
he bargain!" the aa'd vebement-y.-
"But- for goodness sake.
Madg, you're not going to . at
'I let that bleated baby with that
dignified name are you? I Poor,
Ittle defenseless creature.; It's
had enough to have your grand
mother always . addressing you
that way without your mother
itartlng in." - -
She bent down to the baby wba
was s'tting up in his crib, propped
up with pillows, and having .a
most glorious time in his own ba
y fashion with a couple of bright
halls fastened from the ceil in 5
n such a manner that they dan
'led fascinatingly ia front o him.
She held out her arms coaxlngly,
but Junior as his father and I
all him ignored her cold
bloodedly, although he usually
roes to her willingly.
"Ungrateful littlea wretch!"
Mrs. Durkee apostrophized: him,
md the baby gurgled delightedly.
He's juBt Ike all the men." she
aid turning away. "If there's
inythtng new and glittering: dan
;ling before his eyes any faithful
old friend or relative can go
I pursed my lips Into whistle
of pretended astonishment.
"You are in a bad humor, are
n't you?" I queried. "Come now,
all men aren't like that."'
"Yes. they are!" she affirmed1,
nodding her head de lantly. -A
mother or wife is a foot always
to sacrifice themselves for them,"
he added with delightfully mixed
declensions. "But I'm through
this time If Alfred marries that
girl, m I'll go and get snarriexl
agatn if I have to advertise or
consult a matrimonial agency.".
"Suppose you tell me the girl'
name," I suggested, when I could,
speak for laughing.
"Oh, you've heard of her!"
Mrs. Durkee said. "It's Rita
(To be continued!
Anti-Tobacco Orator Yon go
Into a shop and buy a cigar, and
(ft its wake you get wine, whPskey,
Voice Quick! Where do you
buy yur cigars? Christiana
, eas a we. a e ansia, V.
La.MON ataUfcar HULL
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