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Ons Mk (six insertions) Se
One month o
Bia arwataV aoa tract, per sel&e
... Bh contract, per n.-.12
allalmius for any sdvsniaeeat 3S
VlltK , INSURANCE SOCTETT
TbJelson, Roland ft Bargturdt
Keaident Agent 871 State 8U
MONEY TO LOAN
On Real Estate
T. K. FORD
(Orer Ladd ft Both Bank)
HAWKINS & ROBERTS
204207 Oregon .Building
. OUR .OFFERINGS
ot hom Including some of the
finest in the city. . Oar list of
farms and acreage $ complete.
404-7 Oregon Bid. ' Plume 1644
NEW - TODAY
TOR SALE 1B DOIK5E, Al COXDI
tiou, would take in Ford, balance
tMh, Phons 1341M.
FOB BALE OK TRADE 1921 FORD,
run 2000 miles, like new. Phone
.EMPLOYMENT MANAGER 3.500
a year nd np. Will consider young
tan if willing, to learn. Phone R.
A. French, Marten hotel . Interview by
C. X. KEEDHAM ABOUT BABT CHIX.
Beaaoa eloeea aoon.
BETTEB THAN AFTER DINNER
mint, 'Oregonua" 10c Cigar.
DE LUXE STUDIO. KODAK FINISH
tog. 147 North Commercial.
FOB SAIXDRT 8EC0ND GROWTH
fir. Benaaaablo. Fred K, Well, 305
g. Chnreh. . Phone 1542.
A BOX Of ,,F08TEBS, 10c CIGARS
will make ss acceptable birtnaay gm
If C8T BE HOLD IN 10 DATS. - FRESH
rows' with; calves by aide, , Several
heavy springers, consider trad for
dry or beef cattle. Will explain more.
Ioeated what la known aa Pinkney
Dairy end of bridge. Phone 623 R.
JQ3 SALE 43 ACRES WITH BtTLD
inra. Near aebool and tat ion. Price
for suUk aal at S20O an acre. Term.
Knitter, 309 Oregon Blig..
THE OBE. TIRE RELIEF ASS N. GIVES
yea a low eoet noBcy and no aeseas
meota. SAVE, a ad h weal protection
yen ens bay. .Keep. Oregon money in
Dragon. Take your .next policy with
t. btandley Foley, Agta, Bnab Bk.
Bldg., Psoas 847.
VTEDDWO lSVrTATI0N8. A5SOUJ.CE.
stent of .lity. Bertelaoa Printing
- CeX Bids-.
O. H. KEEDHAM ABOUT BABT CU1X.
. Seaaon erne aoon. -
FOB SALE, ONE OP TOY. BEST FARM 8
In . Pplk county, 160 sere, mile
V from South Satan- on good road, 1
mil - from school and . chnreh, fin
room modern - bona, larg bam,
ail and good water system; all la
eultlvttloa and mostly In crop. A bar
gala at 13.000. Wjtl take good mod
era hone in, Salem.
tTHOMASON & ROWLEY
83114 But atreet
A GOOD BUT. 8, BOOM MODERN
i hoaao Kertk it In, tret. S larg lota,
' J blk. t street ear, 6200: good terma.
Beat hay in Salem S a 10 room boaae
on Stat atreet; baa bath, 3 toiieU.
fine fnrnaee, full kaaement, honae in
" fin condition. Will rent for 150 per
"month, only 64,000; part' term.
W bar S konaes Talaed at 66.000 to
trad for s farm near. Soma Tahtn.
If yon kavo anything to nell or ' trade,
liat it witk ne.
. 8 room Jtooa to rest.
. JHOMASON ROWLEY
r , 831.Btt atreet . .
AMERICAN MCLTIORAPH SALES CO.
deairea t establish one M altigraph
Job ahop In Salem. (Preriona experi
enc not oaaential aa our repreaent
ntiT will thorooghly Inatrvrt you in
. operation, etc.) $500 .capital with
overage bnainean - ability and aome
knowledge . of advertiaing will eaub
(,r liab yon la paying bnaineaa of your
. own With t complete equipment to
make nil kinds e3 direct mail adrer
tiaiag each aa: brlated letterheads.
' eavelopse,' billheads, notices, folders,
bntterwrapt, imprinting label, etc, and
perfect typewritten . letter with pen
and Ink aignatnren in one ran. ' The
M altigraph tat entirely aatomatl and
. print from rata, linotype or typo al a
a peed of S to "6000 impressieaa an
boor. Lot demonstrate the machine
and pat yon in touch with owners in
: ether town who or, snaking money.
Their aneeeaa will convince 'on of the
' epportnnity. exiting ia Saiem where
, there ia no eompetitian. Write today
for farther deteile s oor represent
,v Ue is now in thi territory. Kind'
Mat business locality.- Adtfrees:
l Ueorg Jackson, rep.. American Multi
. . grpsh Sale Co, 436 Osburn Hotel.
BIDS POU HAUIJNG WOOD.
Sealed Wds will be recelted by
County Court up to one o'clock
p. m. May 23. 1821, in the Coun
ty Clerk's ofrrce for hanlior 227
cords of fir and 17 cords of pole
oak wood from County Farm at
Hopmere to Salem. . Greater part
of fir wood to.be delivered at
County Tool House, about . 30
cords fir at Poor Farm, remaind
er where designated by Court
AH to be piled so it can be meas
ured. Right reserved to reject
any and ail bids.
V. U. 0-. EOYER. County Clerk.
IViXTED TOUSO WOMAN BOOK
keeper with fair knowledge atenography
aad , typewriting. Most haee experi
enee. , Fermaneat. dsmirablo position.
Airtre T7 nw ftstesinsn.
WANTED ENEBGETIO -TOUNO MAN
. who hss bad experience aelling life
lasarsnce, stooka or sdrertiamg. Mnat
be able to devote hi entire time aad
be ambitious for advancement. Must
have the courage to present bnaineaa
preposition to merchant sad profes-
eionai saen. auvw ia yonr own hand
writinr stating are. educational nn.i.
Ifiratioaa, exneriene a solicitor, etc.
Addree I No. 81. Ststesmsa office
WANTED MEN a!rt WOMEK TO
pTOfMwHInn to the right neopl. Addres
A m at fsUila lfANiAeili...l 85a . a a.. .
CET MARRIED BEST MATRIMONIAL
1 . J,.,pr "'JM',ei . lor stamp.
- VA VJ 01AlUklUiU1( J M fr tw a i i i
rOR SALE CA! AR1 BIRDS. Night
singers. Mm. E. A. Bennett Phone
12tJ. 1030 Cheaeketa.
IF TOU WAXT TO GET THE BEST
farm paper, aend 1 5c to The Pacific
Hoatesd. Salem. Oregon, for n three
month trial subscription. Mention
PAVEROLLES ARE BUSTJrtyS BIRDS.
Price on application. Eugene T.
Preocott, Salem, Ore.
THE KORTHWEST TOtTLTRT JOUR-
naL The biggest and beat in the
weat. The live magaxiae for live
poultry men. 75e a year; $1.00 in
rlalem. Send 5 cents for sample today.
The Northwest Poultry Journal, Salem,
Oregon. Mention thi ad.
BABT CHIX ON SALE EVERT DAT
thia week. . 8ereral Varietiea. Reduced
prices. C. '. Need ham. 558 State
Pt Opposit County court home.
LOANS! 1.ANS OX CITY PROPERTY.
let us help yon build. Low rate of
interest. Lsflar & Laflar. 46 407
loans: ixi.ixs: on city property.
Let us help you build. 1-ow rate of
interest. I.aflar Lafla.r. 4i6 t07
LOANS. LOANS, LOANS WE CAN
fa raise money to build yon n new
house or to fix np the old one if
necessary . Laflar A Laflar, 406-7
MARION-POLK COUNTY FARM LOAN
association haa money to loan at six
percent. W. D. Smith, secretary treas
urer, 803 Salem Bank of Commerce.
WE HAVE 80ME GOOD FARM MORT-
gsgea to sell.
305 Oregon Bldg.; Salem.
ALADDIN BEADY CUT HOUSES,
barn at Factory price. o to TU
per cent reduction. Money loaned for
building purpose. Chaa. Smith, 409
rOB SALE FINE REGISTERED O I C
sow and ahoats; cheap if taken in 10
days. Henry Yung. Independence,
PRIM FDA BALM. FORMERLY BALM
of Figs. Phono 1680-W.
FULLER BRUSHES. FOB DEM0NSTBA-
tion, phone Unmet Z082J.
TRY THE NICKEL LUNCH AT 261
Court. Anything 5c.
SEND BILL OF LUMBER FOR HOUSE,
bam, abed or fence yon wish to build;
high grade, ead lumber. James M.
Moore, Boat 1. Bos 61. Stayton. Ore.
STANDARD EXCHANGE, S43 NORTH
Commercial street. Diamonds, watches,
musical instruments, gnu, clothing,
shoes, etc. Both new and need goods
bought sold or exchanged.
WIRE HOP. LOGANBERRY, CHICKEN
tin. bteinbock, 675 Coart atreet.
OFFICES AND STORES A BIO LOT
of new books for sal st kalf prio.
WANTED EVEBT ONE TO TBT
Nasoaa paints sad stains sold st th
Capital Hardware h Fnmitnr Co.
285 N. Commercial St. Phone 647
THE WESTERN SONGSTER
SCHOOL AND COMMUNITY SINGING
Aa especially good aeleetioa of the aoog
yon have been wanting with word and
musts complete. No matter bow many
seagbooks yon kavo yon akodld have
. thia oae. containing the Oregon aonga.
Price: Single copies, 25c; 16 V4 cent
ark in lot of a desen or more; 813.50
th hundred, postpaid. Second edition
printed since September.
OREGON TEACHERS MONTHLY
21 S. Commercial St Hslem. egon
FOB WOOD PHONE 1665M.
DRY FIB AND OAK WOOD FOB SALE,
FIRST CLASS 16-INCTT OLD GROWTH
fir. 10.00 per cord. Phone 1467.
WOOD SAWrSO AXD.-WtJOD TOR BALK
st reasonable price. Fiahr Brothers
CALL TRE SALEM FUEL TARDS FOB
your wood and coal; file 753 Trad
tree. Phono 639.
FOB 8AIJE WOOD, DBT 2ND GROWTH
and 16 inch old fir. Reduced prices
OR Sad growth fir when it can be
delhrered from car. Phone 1756 or
FOR SALE FIRST CLASS 16-in. in
id mill wood, reasonable. Special
Price on rar lota seasoned mill wood.
Hee us before buying year winter sup
ply. Fred E. Wells, 30i So. Chnreh
FOR HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS PHONE
TO RENT FURNISHED ROOM; PHONE
585W. Gentlemen preferred.
FOR RENT FURNISHED SLEEPING
Tooms. close in : gentlemen preferred.
447 N. Liberty Street.
rOB BENT A LARGE FRONT BOOM
with hot water beat, furnished, at the
Alexandria, 1030 Chemekta atreet.
FOR REST ROOM FOR GENTLEMAN
in modern bom and centrally locat
ed. Please give name - and address.
E. care frtatcaman.
F. L. WOOD. 631 STATE 8T REAL
, estate, rentals. .
GOOD FURNISHED HOUSEKEEPING
rooms: old couple preferred. Good 8
room houne to rent. The Putnam
MrLrn Ce Room 21. 180 North
LOST AND FOUND
LOST. MAY THIRD PAIR OF OLAS
aea at Kafonry's etore. Phone 1664W
for reward. -
WANTED 81500 AT 6 PERCENT FOR
two yeare. Good aernritr. Addreat
Security." car StateamanJ
WANTED CSED HOCSEHOLD GOOD8,
rangea and cookatovea, tools, men 'a
auit and aboes. Liberty Exchaag.
241 N. Commercial. Phone 841.
V4RGF, WELL ROOTED LOGANBERRY
Hants wanted. Cannot ue suckers
nar joint plants: also loganberry trans-
mis inr isu acuvery. ward K. Kick
m. i none .,
1ATTEBT AJTD ELECTRICAL
USL BATTERY SERVICE STATION
Expert battery sad electrical work.
rarria Bros.. Phone laoa. 418 Coort.
TIRES AMD ACCESSORIES
8M-,!H ATKI5S- 147 ORTU HIOH.
Jisk. Silverton Cord. Hood extr ply
tire. Everything - for auto.
X -HOSPITAL FOB 1NTTRED AUTO
, B'rtt I'- 433 8out Com
bercisl Tir Shop,
TIEFS AND ACCESSOBIES
HOFFMAN A OKERBKRO TIRE REPAIR
shop: vnli-anixing. retreading. Sll '.
CominerciaL Phone 804.
L'MVF.KSAI- TIRE FILLER SERVICE
station Saves you tire trouble. 420
FOR SALE OK TRADE FOR TOI'RING
tar. 1 ton (iUU trurk. lHUt Broad-
FORI) SEDAN FOR SALE K TRADE
lluffinau Motor Sjlcs Co.. State an.l
FOR SALE OR TRADE GOOD AUTO;
coo. I condition: will take cool io,
fat ho rhickt-ns. Addre .1. Slate
X FEW GOOD BARGAINS
Elgin 'Six'' $10(1(1
And then some.
tl.lSON Al'TO EXCHANGE
349 North Coinerrial, Phone ffi.
GARAGES ASD REPAIR
TBACY'S STORAGE OARAGE 644
LIBBY'S AUTO REPAIR SHOP 220
Sooth Liberty, Phone 901.
ACTO REPAIR SHOP L. MILLER, 245
Center. Phone 890. "
FERRY STREET GARAGE MILLER
tires, accessories, general repairing.
SOCTH COMMERCIAL GARAGE GEN
ersl repairing and overhauling. 420
S. Commercial St.. Salem.
At'TO ELECTRICIAN: EXTERT TROU
ble shooting. 23d North High. Phone
CAPITAL GARAGE BUICK. 8TUDE
baker. Hadson repairing. 173 Sooth
Liberty. Phone 88.
STANDARD AUTO REPAIR SHOP
across from Argo, Cnemeketa street.
8ALEM AUTO RADIATOR SHOP 198
South 12th. Phono 28.
SPECIAL PRICES FORD REPAIRING
Service garage, 603 M. Liberty. Phone
) C. BAIR. BADIATORS, FENDERS,
Bedie repaired. 644 Ferry.
FAIR GROUNDS GARAGE TIRES, Ac
cessories, used ear. Our work guar
anteed. 2641 Portland Road. Phona
AUTO TOP8 W. 0. WRIGHT, 171
AUTO TOPS. UPHOLSTERING. AUTO
painting. Half a Top Shoo. "Y" Bldg.
OREOONION BEAUTY BHOP MARCEL
waving, hsirdreaing, 185 Sostk Com
mercial. Phone 4777
COZY NOOK BABBEB SHOP 1366
Stat. . ,
REMINGTON C0NFECTI05EBY, ROME
mad caadiea. confections, cigara. mag
asinea. -1373 Statav
DR. U M. HUM CURE8 ANT KNOWS
-diaeaea. 156 B. High St.. Phono 388.
DRESSMAKING 1399 South High.
DRESSMAKING LADIES' TAILORING
.1635 Jtfadiaon. Arcane. ..
DRESSMAKING. TAILORING 2730
Cherry. Phone 1678-M.
DRESSMAKING AND PLAIN SEWING.
745 Bellevue. Phone 1620-W. .
JOSEPniNE FAXON DRESSMAKING
. 14J.4 Missies atreet.
LOTTIE TOWN SEND DRESSMAKING,
. 240 D street.
TAYLOR AND FLTNN DBES8MAK
ing. 327 Oregon Bldg.
RUTH McADAMS DRESSMAKER, 756
Sooth 12th. Phone 1824 M.
HATTIE WILLIAMS DRESSMAKING.
248 North Cottage. Phono 1552W.
ELETHA PBUETT DRESSMAKING,
683 Korth Commercial. Phon 1981W.
HAVE TOUR SPRING DRESSMAKING
don at 758 North Commercial.
ELITE GOWN SHOP m6D!ST. DE
sigiiing. Phone 1125, 414 Oregon
LADIES' TAILORING, DRESSMAKING.
Room 18, 265 ft North Commercial.
CARRIE FISHER DRESSMAKING,
designing. Spencer oorseta to order.
3 McCormack Bldg.
MRS. VARTY. DESIGNS br AND MAKER
Ladies' 8nits sad Gowns. 7 McCor
FULL LINE SPRING, BUMMER DRESS
goods. Mrs. Each. Phono 1471.
HAT 8H0P MEN'S AND WOMEN'S
hats renovated and blocked 495 Coort
SALEM ELITE HEMSTITCHING,
rhaiaetitching. pleating, button. 429
Court. Phon 958.
BREWER DRUO CO.
PORCH BOXES BEDDING PLANTS
for sale. Smith's 301 North Commer
SALEM LAUNDRY COMj-AST. 186 8.
Liberty street. Phone 35. Oldest
largeat best. Established 1889.
CAPITAL CITY STEAM LAUNDRY
quality work, prompt service, J264
dimowit. ennne las.
STRAWBERRV PLANT" ALSO AS
paragus, Kittatinny blackberry. Mun
gers and Cumberlaiid blackcap, logan
berries, everbearing raapberrira. Anv
qnantily. Ward K. Richardson, 2395
Front atreet. Phone 494.
1 ' '
PLUMBING. REPAIRING AND COIL
work. Phcne 1517J. Shop. 137 Union
street. A. L. Godfrey.
DAVIS t STRAVTSBACOn GENERAL
contractors ; paint, oil, wallpaper. 220
South Liberty. Phon 901.
AUBREY II. CLARK. SUCCESSOR TO
(tlenn L Adams. Pa'ntiug, paperhang
ing. kalsumining. V ork gnarantepd.
Terma reesonahle. Phone 1396J; ro,
425 South Winter.
SEE PORTER FOR PAINTS. WALL
per and Picture Framing. Good work
men. 455 Court St. Phono 485.
Read jhe Classified Ads.
ALLIE CHANDLEB PIANO. 251
BEATRICE SH ELTON PI AN O STUDIO
343 Marion. Phone 1299.
LILLIAN HARTSHORN PIANO. 894
North Church. Phone 178.
JESSICA WILLE PIANO, 170 SOUTH
ljta. Phone 1561W.
T. S. ROBERTS PIANO. ORGAN. 270
South 14th. Phone 770.
DAN F. LANGENBERG. VOCAL
Derby Bldg. Phone 2079.
LENA WATERS PIANO. 1473 MILL
MOLLIS STYLES VOICE, PIANO. 659
Center. Phone 2016R.
DOROTHY PEARCE PIANO. 267
North Winter, rhone 345J.
FRANKLIN LAUNEB - PIANO, 268
North 17th. I'hon 1415
JULIA MILLS WEIGEU PIANO, 1560
South Church. Phone- 139 IB.
LUCILE BARTON VOICE. PIANO, 147
North Commercial. Phone 592, 1588.
LUCILE ROSS PIANO. ORGAN. 498
North Liberty. Phone 1187W.
VI ATT IE GILBERT STRIXG IN8TRU
menu. 1572 State. Phone 1156 R.
WESTERN CONSERVATORT OP MU8
ic of Chicago, Frank E. Churchill, rep
resentstive. Diplomaa granted. Odd
SALEM CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC
All branches taught, diploma's granted.
John R. Sitca. director. 1S37 Court.
WENDELL HELM TUTTING. REPAJR
iu;. Phone 492. .
EDWARD WELP EXPERIENCED
piano tuner. Leave orders Will's
R W. BALLANTYNE. TUNER, PLAY
ers a specialty. Phone 352. Cher
ringtun Piano House.
PIANOS, PLAYER PIANOS; NEW,
need. 3. W. Tallman. 121 So. Com'l.
CHERRINGTON PIANO HOU8E. HAN
dlea Bush Lane celebrated pianos.
415 Court. Phone 352.
WANTED CONFINEMENT CASES AT
private hoapital. 1 hav best of equip
ment. Phon 1959J. . -
MTRS GOODHCi: TAKES SUBSCRIP
tiona for sll magazines. 251 So. 17tb
street. fnone vsia.
ROOFS RESHINGLED. CLEANED. RE
paired, painted or tarred. Phone Kaye
REPAIRING AMD SHARPEKTNO
CUTLERY GRINDING, LAWN MOWERS
.safety raiora, etc. Stewart s Repair
Shop, 847 Court street.
BEN WHEELER EVERYTHING RE
paired. General sharpening chimney
sweep. 1485 N. 17th t Phon 141 6 W
WILLIAM'S 8H0E SHOP 195 SOUTH
PUBLIC STENOGRAPTaEB 408 MAS
onie Bldg. Phon 178.
8E00MD HAND GOODS
WE BUT AND BELL SECOND HAND
goods of nil kinds, pipe fittings, har
ness, collars, collar pads, tools! sad
chains. Fred ScbJsdler. 258 Center
STOVES STOVE BJPAIBDfQ
STOVE REPAIRING, REBUILT, COILS,
connections. Will call and cieao, pol
iak at house. 271 North Commercial.
Phone 784. ....... .
STOVES REBUILT AWI REPAIRED
40 year experience; Depot National
fence, aixea 26 to 28 ins. nigh. Paints
oil and varnishes, etc, Otgaaberry and
bop hooka. Salem Fene and Stov
Work a. 250 Coart atreet.. Phon 124.
SALEM SCAVENGER CABBAGE. BEF
ne of all kinds removed. Cess pools
cleaned. Phon 167.
FRANK PALM MERCHANT TAILOR,
294 North Commercial.
LAN HAM TAXI COMPANY PHONE
THE OREGON TAXI TRANSFER CO,
Liberty k Ferry. Phone 77. Dry
alab, 16 inch wood for kale.
CHA3 CHANDLER GENERAL TRANS
f er . office, stsnd, Clark' Tir House,
MERCHANTS' COOPERATIVE PARCEL
deliver)', messenger acrvice, baggage,
trunk, any part city, 50 cents. 173
Sou tli High. Phone 230.
CAPITAL CITY TRANSFER CO. 226
Bute St, phone 933. Distributing,
forwarding and storage our apecialty.
Get our rate. . .
- ' , n
SALEM WATER. LIGHT POWER CO.
Office, 801 South Com'l St. Ten per
cent discount on domestic flat rate
paid in advance. No deduction for ab
sence or any cause unless water is
shut .off your premises.
WHERE TO EAT
WHITE CLOUD TEA HOUSE CHINA
dishes, noodles, free dancing. Open
9 a.m. 1 t night. 110 V, N. Com'l.
DR. O. L. SCOTT. P. S. j., CHIBOPRAO
tor, 809 12 V. S Bank Bldg Phon.
87; Re. 828R.
FOOT CORRECTIONAL SPECIALIST
Appliances from individual impression
Satisfaction guaranteed. Chas. X.
Tatro, Masonic Bldg. Phone 442.
DRS. WHITE AND MARSHALL. 606
C. 8. National Bank Bldg.
D1huW.-.L- MEICEB. OSTEOPATHIC
lbysician and surgeon: KirksviU
1i!llat'Au404-405 V- 8- Sntional Bank
Bldg. Phone Office, 919; Ren. 614.
DI,; JHy L- LYNCH, OSTEOPATHIC
Physician nad Surgeon, 403-404 Oregon
JjlPILi;fanea: Office. 1394; Res. 68F6.
GLASSES FITTED BY DR. L. R. BUR-
eSVc." lh Bow Pt'- Company.
825 State atreet, opposite Ladd and
UNITED SPANISH WAR VETERANS
camp 5., Armory. FtrU. Third Mondays!
6 ROOM PLASTEREr. HOUSE; BATH
. 5" 'iu basement, fonndatiot
and walk; 8 4 acre of land planted U
hearing fn.il. I 1.1 l . "
oiocg to car. 83.2S0. Il.ono tMk
ARE YOU CONTEMPLATING BUILD
insvin the near future! If so I want
you to are the pretty building lot I
have for sale at 8600 on N. 14th St.
only two block from atreet car line,
just ai-roKS Mill street bridge sewer,
wster and electric lights now placed.
Also have four lots faeing A atreet
at 35u. Call on N. Selig, at 595 N.
FOR SALE DESIRABLE FIVE ROOM
house with garage; modern except
baaement; close to paved atreet and
car line. Convenient location. Price
right with terms. For appointment
phone own.r 494, or evening! ti31-M.
Three room house, $8,QOO 3 room house
three lots. 8050; easy terms. 12 room
bouse. cloe in 84,500. 320 sere
farm, well located. 860 per acre. 9
acres close in, well improved 63.750;
take house to Half value. i ive room
bungalow. (1.800. 232 care farm to
trade for income property.
341 State St.
F. L, WOOD
Best Buys and Exchanges
Hare fur sale a $3140 first mortgage on
09 arre in Lincoln coiunty, Colo. Have
bought a ranch here, to meet my pay
ments thereon I will dUcount the above
mortgage so it will draw 10 per rent.
20 seres prunes, logana, strawberries. 6
rnom houxe, drier, warehouse, gsrage,
rock road, close in : will take Salem
residence up to ffl.000. Price 111, 500.
100 acres all in wheat, 13 goes; will
tske Salem residence np to 83,000.
15 acres, fine new G-rooro bungalow, new
bsrn, hen boase, all the very best of
soil and all In grain and looking fine,
on rock road. 1 '-j miles from Salem,
for a short hnre 37500. This is a
dandy home. ,
60 acres in Crook county and 80 seres
in Tillamook county ; will exchange for
ranch 5 to 10 mile from Salem, suit
able for dairying, will asKame or pay
difference. Price on my landa $5j000.
7-room modern bungalow, fine lot, lots of
C room and large sleeping porch, abso
lutely modern, a modern type home,
cant front, paved street, at 985 N. Sum
mer atreet, $7,750.
9 rooms' absolutely modern, hardwood
floors, close in, fine corner fot. garage,
one of the nicest homea in Salem. $15..
000, easy terms. Thia place must be
sold at one.
C room strictly modern bungalow, gsrage.
Want a $500 loan at 8 per rent.
341 State Street.
At 60 rent on the dollar. A S-arre
tract and good 5 room bungalow and
barn, water, only a mile from car line.
some fruit. The buildings alone are
worth the monev, f2,2.i0.
341 State street
L A. HAYFORD
Real Estate and Fir Insurance
805 State atreet
8 room house, plastered, toilet, bath, alee
trie light; garage good variety of
fruits and shade: 4 lot and all for
only $4,700. Terma.
7 room bouse on Daved street: toilet.
bath, electric light, garage, fruit; 1
block to atreet car. Price 34.500.
7-room house close in on Mission street;
corner lot. bouse plastered: toilet, bath.
electric light and gaa. garage. W
are onertng tnis today tor only fz.650
37 seres. 11 miles from Salem and close
to railroad station, 20 acre cleared,
and in crop; all fit to cultivate; aome
timber; place fenced, family orchard,
Vin Imm' t.HMn km,.. nl..,Mjl
barn. 28x30, new; chicken bouae. well
and running water. Price $5,000
FOR SALE 50 ACRES, GOOD ROCK
rod; two mile from RB. station; 35
acre improved, balance in timber and
pasture; well fenced; 4 sere f bear
ing prune; 6 acres 1 and 2 years old;
bouae and barn being built. Price
88,000; will accept good city property
or amall tract to about $3,000. $2,000
cash : balance easy term.
SQUARE DEAL CO
202 U. 8. Bank
( 5 room modern hodse near rar and
school, , needs inside fixing. Price
$2,700, 1-3 to i down.
12 acres 1 miles out on paving; six room
bungalow. 4 acre cherries, 1 acre
strs wherries ; windmill and tank.
$8,000: balf cash.
5 room plastered bungslow, has fire
pise and half basement, near Capitol
atreet. Is modern except furnace;
price $2,500; cash.
63 acre farm with stock and marhiherr
near R.R. town and school. Price
a nftn . l 1 1 i
fj,"w nan en a.
Mills & copley -
331 State atreet
LOOK 'EM OVER
10 acre 12 miles from Sstem, with
modern fsrm buildings: 3. acres ler-
riea, family orchard, -secd oak grove,
6 acres in hay. running water to
buildings, team, row and some chick
ens. $4,O00; half cash.
5 acres with 4 room cottage, running
water, good family orchard, ground all
under cultivation. If sold aoon $1,500.
Some furniture goea in deal ; good
50 acres of brush nd timber land, near
McCoy: for aale, or will trade for
good house in Salem.
See my list of farms all equipped and
stocked, ready to move on at reason
ARTHUR E. PETERSEN
229 Oregon Bldg.
10 acre tract. 5 acrea bearing prunes, 2
acrea act to logana: family orrhard;
5 room bungalow, barn. Will Like
bouse snd lot ss psrt payment. Price
6 acre tract of good berry soil, 55 acrea
cultivated. balance timber. Price
$5,000. $1,000 down, balance terma
Good 5 room cottage located on south
v uHiinrivii, aireri. x rice e.wat: 4,
Fine view lot on Kairmount hilL Price
9(H: $300 down. If you are looking
to buy. trade or sell.
W. H. GRABENHORST A CO.
275 State atreet
FOR SALE OR TRADE 200 ACRE IM
proven ranm: terms : wilt take modern
home in Salem up to 82.000; iaukt
have some essh. Price $0,ooo. Chua
W. Rjce. Myrtle Creek. Oregon
FOR $3,000 I KNOW OF XO BETTER
, . "V. " ""'""'tte Valley than
ti ls 100 acre farm, near Stayton. Good
buildings, good roads, close to railroad,
echool and churches. A, C. Bohrn
stedt, 40 1 Masonic Temple, Salem, Ore
REAL ESTATE TRADERS YOU CAN
find a number of good proposition
cithpr aa tradea. or buya in easy pay
menu of land or bungalow. Cha
W. Meraeyer. Maaonic Temple, Salem'
APPLE ORCHARD FOR SALE 21
aere of 2100 Stark tree, eleven vcar.
old. inrludmg tractor, apraver " and
disks. One mile from Dallas P O
Box 270, Dalla.
GOLDEN RULE REAL ESTATE
I bsvs s beaut if at bungalow for !.
GERTRUDE J, M. PAGE
492 N. CotUg
FIVE ACRE 8 OF GOOD t-OOANBER
m-s. aii iraineo. on wire, will have good
crop thia year. Two room houae. well
loeated cloae t- Salem. $2,80". The
lBtnanvMrUren Co. Room 21, 180
North Commercial atreet.
Read The ' Classified-Ads.
FOR SALE TWO CORNER LOTB ON
Norway snd Summer streets, 60x120.
Prir $850. Csll 111F5.
NEW FIVE-ROOM BUNGALOW, PLAS
tered, modern improvement, paved
street, on car line. Will aell at eot.
See owner Sundy, May 15th. 3 to 8
p. ra. Fairground Road k Hall St.
40 ACRES. GOOD SOIL. 40 ACRES UN
der -plow: all fenced with woven wire,
on macadamized road, well and spring
on place. Price $3,680; good terms.
Anyone looking for a good location
to build np will do well to aee Ed.
Loose, 370' State street, or phone
A GOOD POULTRY RAXO' ft' ELL IM
proved at $3800. Near the car. A No.l
oil, good bungalow, garage and C.
houses. Fleming, 341 Stat St.
NICE FIVE ROOM COTTAGE WITH
large lot in south Salem. Price $2,550.
See Joaeph Barber Real Eatate Agen
cy. Room 200 Gray Bldg. Phone 790.
LIST YOUR CITY AND COUNTRY
property with 8. R. Pearson in the
U. S. Bank Bldg., it will will receive
special attention through inspection
and advertising; many satisfied cus
tomers in Salem and surrounding ter
ritory. S. R, PEARSON
Real Estate Offices. 408 V. 8. Bank Jde.
NOTICE OP THE IStPROVE-.
3CEXT OP THE ALLEY IN
ULOCK 70, OF THE ORIGI
NAL PLAT OP THE CITY OP
SALEM, OIIEGOY, BETWEEN
CENTER STREET AXI) 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 IrnpTOTe the alley In
FUock 76 of the original plat of
the City of Salem, Oregon, from
the north line of Center street
to the sonth line of Marlon street
at the expense of the abutting and
adjacent property by bringing
said portion of the alley in block
76 of the original plat of tire City
of Salem, Oregon, to the estab
lished grade and paving said por
tion of the alley in block 78 of
the original plat of the City of
Salem, Oregon, with a six-inch
Portland cement gravel concrete
pavement in accordance with the
plans and specifications therefor
which were adopted by the Com
mon conncil on the 18th day of
April. 1921, now on tile in the
office ot 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
or 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.
Notice is hereby given that 1
have Impounded the following de
scribed dogs in compliance with
Ordinance number 1404, to-wit:
One brown and white spotted btrd
dog, male weight 50 pounds. One
black and white Shepherd, with
collar, male, weight 40 pounds.
One yellow and white terrier, fe
male, weight 10 pounds. One
black, bench-legged, long-haired
male, weight 25 pounds. One
white, bob-tailed bull terrier,
with brindle head and ears and
by tall, brindle dots over body,
weight 20 pounds. The above de
scribed dogs will be killed It not
redeemed by owners, on or before
May 14th, 1921, as provided In
"NOTICE OF TFTK IMPROVE
MENT OP LINCOLN STREET
BET W E E N COM5IERCIAL
STREET ANI HIGH STREET.
Notice ishereby 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 line of Com
mercial Street to the west line of
High street at the expense of the
abutting and adjacent property
by bringing said portion of Lin
coln street to the established
grade, constructing cement con
crete curbs and paving said por
tion of Lincoln street with a six
inch Portland cement gravel con
crete pavement thirty (30) feet
wldaj 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 snd which, for
greater certainty and convenience
and a more detailed description
thereof, are hereby referred to
and made a part hereof.
The Common Council hereby de
clares its purpose and intention
to make the above described Im
provement by and through the
Street Improvement Department
or the City of Salem.
By order of the Common Coun
cil: EARL RACE. City Recorder.
Date of first publication of this
notice ia May 5, 1921."
NOTICE OP, THTj niPROVE
MENT OP 4,D" STREET HE--TWEKN
STREET AND FRONT STREET
Notice is hereby iriven that tho
Common Council of the City of
Salem deems it expedient and
hereby declares its purpose and
intention to Improve "D" Street
from the west line of Commercial
btreet to the east line of Front
Street at the expense of the aout
tlng and adjacent property by
bringing said portion of "D" Street
to the establishes trrnrtp con
structing cement concrete curbs
and paving said portion of "D"
street with a six-inch Portland ce
ment gravel concrete pavement In
accordance with the plans anl
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 Recorded and which, for
greater prrtaintv nnrl
and a more detailed description
inereoi, arc nereby referred to
and made a part hereof.
ine common Council hereby
declares ita mi rnnA on inten
tion to make the above described
improvement by and through tho
nAtis tmpn f.
Street improvement. ireyvM.
of the City of Salem. . f
By order of tho Common
Council: 5 .
EARL RACE. City Recorder.
Date of first publication- of tnii
notice is May 6,1921." f
NOTICE OP ASSErlSMENt FOR
THE COST OP rONSTItrCT.
1N SIDEWALK IN Till Uli
OK SALEM, OREGO.
To Charles Jory: t
von am horhv notified , that
the City of Salem. Qrewn. has by
Ordinance No. leviea an as
sessment upon your property here
in, rtor riRcribed and iit tbo
amount hereinafter et forth, for
ih eof nf rnrtfitructlne a cement
concrete sidewalk on the east side
nf rnmmereial street, in front of
and abutting upon the following
described property, to-wit: -r ,
Lots No. 5 and 8.! in block No.
4, George H. ones' addition to
the City of Sal'iii. Oregon, owno-i
by Charles Jcry and Oliver Jory.
The cost of constructing said
cement concrete sidewalk, is as
Contract price paid by
the City to contractor $144.59
Advertising for bids ... .3.00
and inspection ...... 7.23
Total '. . $154.82
Said assessment was entered In
Volume 1 of the 'Minor-.. Lien
Docket of the City of! Salenii 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 tho City
Dy order 6f tho Common Conn
cil. this nqtice is sewea upon yon
by publication thereof for;, ten
days in the Daily Statesnian. a
newspaper of general circulation
published in the City of Salem,
Oregon. Date of first publication
hereof is May 6, 1921.
Recorder of the City of Salem,
WHOLL MILK ';
AND PRODUCE WANTED
Marion Creainery & Produce
Salem, Oregon Phone 2488
I SALEM MARKETS I
BUX1NO TsUCat ::
Eggs sat rovjvry
Kgga, 14 to 16c. ;:
Hens, heavy, 20 2Ie.
Hens, medium, 20e. ! p:
Hens, light, 151Se. i,,
Old rooatera, S-lOe. -,
Pork. Mutton sad Scat '
Top hogs, 88.23. ! as
Ireaaw Bags, 144.
1920 Lambs, 8, ia.
1821 Milk Lambs. 5 ( 8e.
Beef eteera, A to. Te.
Cows, ft and Se. ;
Bulla. 4-4 Me.
Top veal, 12c.
Clover kef, fit to 820. !
Oat sad Vetch hay. S20 tt $88.,.
Cheat hay, 820 to 82L ;
. Orsta "
Wheat 90s to $1. ; ,
Osts, 40c. ;
. na reeds. Wkolosaia
MOI run, 838 tons.
Wkoktsau to Dollars
Creamery butter, 30-33e.
. . Fran- i - ,
Orsagea, 83.50 to S S.50. !
Lemons, 83.50 ta 84.00.
riorST8 C" M'
, , VegetaTilew" V
California eabbaga, 4c.
Onions, Oregon, ai.SS
Oniona. California, fl.75. : A
Turnips 83.00 sack.
Carrots, $1.25 sack..
Green peppers, 80c . . ;
Lettuce, $4 per erats. i t
Potatoes, $1 cwt.
Sweet potatoea. S3.T bnahel.
Radkhea,: 40e doten banekes. r-
Comb honey, esse. 88.85. ,
Parsley, SOe doxea tianehea. t
Beeta, 75e dosen bunchea. i""
Tomatoea, 85. OO crate.
Honey, extracted, to lb.
Strawberries, $3.50. .
Creamery butter. 29, 5c k
Flour, bard wneat, $1.25. ,
riottr.'soft wheat, 81.75. ,
Turner Bride-Elect is ;
Recipient of Presents
TURNKR. fir Mnw It aii
, ii. raiaa
Evelyn Martin, bride-elect, was
iue nispirsiion ior a snower, giv
en in her honor at I. O. O.'.F.
hall Saturday afternoon. About
70 women responded to invita
tions issued by Mrs. J. p. Lyle,
Miss Lucile Riches and Mrs. J. E
Whitehead, hostesses. 0 '
After a musical program Mies
Martin was asked to unwrap dnd
show a bit tahiA fnii nf .t-
- " yiCDCUIB.
After words of appreciation, the
Kuraus repeirea 10 tne dlnlngrobtn
where an abundance of ice cream
and cake was served."
Mrs. Ida Umbach of Lakeview,
grand matron of the Order of the
Eastern Star, visited the Turirer
Mrs. J. p. Lyle went to Ptfrt
und Saturday evening, returning
Tuesday. . . b
Miss Marie Durfee of Satem
spent Sunday with her - tl-
Gunning. ' "'
Miss Florence Humphrey, Sa
lem teacher, anent tho ,.i,
with Miss Gay Davis.
J. N. Duncan came np from S8
Iem Tuesday. ,
L. D. Barr has been sick but is
The hlRh school play, "Toot
sie's Husband." was given to-a
-uatence at the"Tabernae
Saturday evening, a neat s.m
was realized for the use of the
Turner people are looking for
ward to Chautauqua the last week
O. P. Given nnr! forcM- . L
c . lawiij were in
rh,,rth r" ?f the Crlstl.il
church have installed now, t
A hlg telephone meeting was
held Saturday. Wires are dowi
and rates are high.
"Did TOO foil Mn. 1 . 1 .
. . - ' ' "vres you naU
a Sick Cranrlmntho - ,
. ---...wl, Vl anytninK,
game?" SCt ff fr the
"Didn't fia vi
----r- - i. icu uiiu any
thing ttla lui.. i .
' " ""OO "U IIS UOD8 B DOSS
were busy looking for excuses Of
w, -asaiugion atar.
MY HEAR1 jSTtD : L
Adele Garrison's New Phaa r
REVELATIONS Of- A V.'lF,
CHAPTER 01 '7(
"l"l nininir. a Ai 1 3 1 A K J)fe ti
t-USLii XO her. -. ;
1 had a bad quarter of an W
while Alfred Durkcje sat by'fi
Ilrow'8 side exchanging t
fire of amusing nonsense
her when he was- not tauguin,
uproariously at her sallies .
No one can tieny the girl's irfl.
llancy, nor minimiie her eatfsti.
bizarre wit. The rest or ti founj
ourselves drown in spite of oun
selves into the conversation, aal
soon the veranda was the seen m
hilarity in which there wa8 neith
er time nor thought for the raiet
beauty of the blossomed vutr
which had so entranced as a lev
moments before. j
Little Mrs. Durkee Joined"hi
the laughter and flying badinage,
with the rest she is too accom
plished a hostess to fail in any
duty required of her but i her
usually round, placid face hell
worried lines, and her eyes wf
shadowed with care. v One i
caught her eyes, and (here flashed
into mem a too a. 01. reproack
which I felt with comf imeuoa
was well deserved.:
It Was upon my advice tUt ihe
had made unusually cord-i sni
argent the Invitation ; to J Rita '
Brown and the Fairfaxes tnat $
son bad asked her . to sen a. it
was my voice that had urged the
theory that if Alfred were iea
the opportunity to see the girl for
a week away from the garish au
dio atmosphere which ; had m
ways surroUndeff hef he would b
cured of the attraction for tf
that his mother dreaded, bat 1
bvoped existed only La ber Imagin.
Was It POssibleT ' 1
"I am afraid I was rctlaLaten,
he does card,),rI said to ' mrwir.
But, to my horror,', the startH
look on the fac8 of Leila Fairfai.
who sat next to me, told me ttat
I had' spoken' the words aloai
without meaning to do so'
"I beg your , pardon?; thi
said with an interrogative inflec
tion, and a confused, embarrass
"It is who should crave Your
pardon," I returned a bit formal'
ly. "I was thinking out loud, a
most abominable habit of mlsc,
and one for which I can otter no
"Yon share that habit with
great many othei people .rtt '
answered wRh- non-cemmltta!
courtesy, bnt I saw she had tot
only heard me, but -tad .under
stood my meaning. The next In
stant I saw something else. tn4'
flash of her troubled glance at
the face of Alfred Duries benf tt
laugning - attention over Kits
Brown, and the sudden, lnvolnn
tary clenching, of one loteiys list
less hand.' . ..
I sat up. mentally, my ..bra'.s
alert to this newangle of the! sit
uation in which my proffered ad-.
vice, had unwillingly enmeshed
me. : ; Was It posslbfe that .LeU'
Fairfax cartd for Alfred Darleer ,
The next instant I had asked W,,.
self scornfully why should dou'jt
the possibility of such an entan
glement. j ,
Sudden Sympathy. -
The southern girl, fully ' u
tvant an Tirettv . as her sister, ; .
Edlthig young, and. judging from
my experience 01 , ner.. siater s .-
terest in Dleky, probably Impres
sionable ' and ' romanfie. '. Alfred
Durkee even without the glantonr
that hedgesan army Ifrcer Ja"
returned from the, French batUe-
fields. Is an extremely lovable ana
attractive chap. I
My heart went out In suddea
sympathy to' the girl at my side.
Pretty as Bhe was, well borai '
bred, cultured, yet she was is -way
fitted to compete with w ;
Brown's verve and brilHaney. to t
frame the two girls hi the sawj
setting wast like putting s slender
stalk of columbine in ; ft '
vase with a gorgeous,:."" t.
peony. The discerning eye .
finally select the daintier Hower.
but it would be arrested rim r -the
color of the mofVttoaW"
blossom. ' ; ; 1 ,J
Dicky had once said with a lit
tle chuckling laugh. "RlU.Bo';
will be exhibiting rear P,cW"?;
worth real money, and bayls rf
merit, when the Fairfax gm
teaching water colors in thai I
tie hole they came irom.",.
The speech came back W ;
vividly, together with another
Dicky's characteristic eotmnW' ..
"The Fairfaxes will never set I"
river afire with their fcrnilanCT.
but they're mighty good-so
just the same." '
I knew the comrnents wre J ,
tiricd. but with the knowledge
came the sudden conviction tnat
little Mrs. Durkee might athana
her particular good fairy II Fate
rhould give her Loila Fairfax m
stead of Rita Brown for a daugu
(To bo continued) i '. '
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