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niae ixsuranck society
falebon, Roland Burj-hardt
jtomt Agent 371 StU St.
1T0NEY TO LOAN
On Real Estate
T. K- FORD
(Over Udd & Bush Bank)
204-207 Oregon Building
j home including ome of the
finest la the city. Qur list of
l7rml and acreage la complete.
nt.' Oregon Bldg. Phna 1644
'. lirt freaUge on fine paved street
.4 ca r line; 10 Ure 'on,.
!t, net water furnace fireplace
Urct sorcbes, r painted barn, good
5 felarge I arege; property
V" ' I .u make an ideal apartment
La" Price 112.800. Becke Hd
5u.'.0i -U. Bank Bldg.
IwiSTID CORDWOOD CUTTERS,
'IJAf V ' Address Wm. It. F.gsn A
Hoi, (iervaia, Route a. l'hone 3H1
ror roor axd to inch wood.
J,i0 per cord; aUo wood sawing.
rjeV Broa. Phone 2046.
siRAGK FOR BENT, CLOSE IS; 12.00.
nVf BOOM MODERN. PLASTERED
ks a sooth Liberty atreet. lota of
frail $2 550. Becke A Hendricka.
jvs V. 8. Bsnk Bldg
I00MI50 HOUSE FOR SALE OS
m Cloae in. Call at 170 Court
.l'T LISTEDA 8IX ROOM HOUSE,
ad two lota, one block to car line.
Price 91,400; ball caan. ivrueger. i
71 ACRES, 50 IS CULTIVATION. 20
med timber, balaaca paatura ; new
Was and barn; 1 acre atrawberriea.
1 arrw login. . Price, including crop.
$16,000; will tali houae in town a
tint payment. Beck A Hendricka,
ttii L. 8. Bank Bldg.
mmv trtrrrn - I'nil rtSr rllilRS
I Ar erery meal. Phone 2081 W.
rOB BABY CHICK BARGAINS ORDER
i new. Aneoaaa. Buttercup, White
.j Wyaadottea. Phone lTaUWa.
' -I BIDS WANTED
lida will be opened May 91. 1021. for
the erection, of two room araool
baildiag at Monitor. Oregon. Plant
end apeciflcattona can be aeen at the
t Men iter State Bank, Monitor, Oeeeo'i.
1 Bight reaerred to rejeet any an I all
, kida C W. Conyno. Clerk, Joint Dia
... trtct Ke. 143 and a 10. .
' Wasted to borrow 12.500 on
' good city property. Bocke A Hen
' dTK-ha, M X. B. Bank Bldg.
j WASTED GIRLS FOR PARLOR
I werfc. Uif cook for night work. The
j 10W COST INSURANCE. AND FAIR
I daaling haa made the Oregon Fira Re
J lief of MeMlnnville the leading fire
'j iauraare company in the State. They
j ' aerred the people for 27 jrara.
I 8e reaident agent, Standley t Foley,
Beak Bank Bldg. Phone 847.
ACRES CLEAR, JUST OUTSIDE
i trtf iimita, ti.loO; 900 raah Becke
j A Hendricka, 205 U. S.- Bank Bldg.
t itOt SALE 10x21 FT. SILO IN GOOD
i (sedition. 1 ton Federal truck.
' i Phono 84F18.
fB BENT 4 ROOM FLAT, UNKUR
used, at 248 State atreet.
J1LCX MEN ATTESTIOS WE HAVE,
: 0M paying proposition for a trnrk
iia a tittle money; au year joo. nee
a sickly. Olaen Auto Exchange, 341
pi BOOM BUNGALOW, NEW; PLAS
wrea; oseement. bath, electric lights,
teed locstioa. 2,40; Becke Hen
rKks. 805 V. W. Bank Bldg.
rifP"0 " WOSIA!i Z01t GENERAL
u 7 vau in lorenoon, ouo so.
PfiXTED ENERGETIC YOUNG MAN
ao ass had experience selling life
"Taaea, stocks or adrertiaing. Muat
M able to devote his entire time and
ambitions for advancement. Maat
have the coarage to present buainsaa
Fpesitie to merchant and profea-
smb. Answer in yoor own band
""Hag stating age, educational qual
fjtea, experience as aolicitor, etc.
1 Statesman office.
W0 WASTED TEMPORARILY
m tne ttlind. I'bono 21.
'iS!1.0 " WOMEN TO
laxa farm i i i a x
-. K" enowistaiona. im
i ; CVU? f" right people- Addreaa
I - iTl1 Hoaeauad, Ststeamaa Bldg.
OlTllARRtED BEST MATRIMONIAL
i Pahiished, Free for stamp
ydest. Toledo, Ohio.
- FOR SALE
Stm . . - ..... i
7 8iaelT,rCA!TR BIRDS. Nlghi
1U1 iAMri. A Bennett. Thone
-i "0 Chemekeu.
lfar5JiJDTT ASDREASBf RO R.OL
ft" 1"Tt1 trained. HeMtnt aong
a ..i. arth. Guaranteed Circular
SaoLV'1." reqneat. K. B Flake.
i BaTem. Oregon
'PrJSES ARr BCSIJifcHH BIRDS
rna.ii, application, Eugene T
-ZLjj . -
ail 7H?'MT POULTRY JOUR
west' tL'r"et and best in the
See l , v magasine for live
it.i Tear ; 81.00 in
"ha ertiZL" r"ta for aample today
ae- " "
Tt Poultry Journal Salem.
""wi this ad
Msrrr pi. ,'1 red. f,o ra h
re?0.,!" TO GET THE BEST
Iha Vtui"1'. rt:on. for a three
4 SubaeriptioB. Mention
P bsel .n,.,!h,rh"In. "ne Hereford.
,r' '. ""Ik type, tutc H, V9X
THE OREGON STATESMAN.
RHJISTr HK.l I.AKIIK TYI'K I'OI.ANP.
China jboar for aale or trade. V. C
Nhafcc, Turner, their on.
FOR S.M.K A M'MRKR ON'K MM.K
row. recently fresh I'hone 970 during
litiHn-4 hour and l'J12M rvt-uiiKs
I'KIMKDA HALM. FORMERLY BALM
of Vis. lliooe 16o W.
FOR SALF SMALL I'OTATOKS. 2'..- A
hack. ' Urine nark. I'hone 209 U.
Fl'LLER ; BRl'SH ES. FOR DKMOXSTKA
tiun, phone lirimrs 208JJ.
TRY THE NICKEL LUNCH AT 2C1
Court. . Anything Sc.
toe A IOl Hl,F. KOI. I. FOR O ATM K AL
wall paper Max O. Biiren, li'J North
LIN O I.AC YOUR COSCJOLKl'M RttiS
It drie in an hour. Max O. ilurrn,
179 North (lommercisl.
FOR HALK ON K COLUMBIA RAN 11 E,
nearly new: one ra'jinet cwing maeh
ine; one I'olumltia icrafunola. 898 N.
Liberty. Meat be sold at once
FOR SALE NO, 15 DE LAVAL SEI
arator and good power waahmc tnach
ine. Bargain. 823 N. Commercial
STANDARD EXCHANGE. 842 NORTH
Commercial atreet Diamond, watches,
tousicsI instruments, (una. clothing,
ahoea. etc. Both new and oaed food a
bought, aold or exchanged.
WIRE HOP. LOGANBERRY. CHICKEN
wire, pteinhoek, 873 Court atreet.
OFFICES AND STORES A BIG LOT
of new bookia for aale at half price.
Stein bock a.
WASTED EVERY ONE TO TRY
Naaona psinta and ataina aold at the
Capital Hardware A Furniture Co.
285 N. Commercial St. Phone 047
FOR SALE ONE 6 HOLE RANOE, ONE
table. 1 stssd. chairs, iron bedstesd.
2 msttresses. bed spring, rooking
utenaila, waah bowl and pitcher, 1 ft
day clock, one-man aaw, buck aaw.
2210 North 4th atreet.
THE WESTERN SONGSTER
SCHOOL AND COMMUNITY SINGING
An especially good selection of the aonga
you have been wanting with words and
mnaie complete. No matter how many
song hook you have yon ahould hare
this one. containing the Oregon songs.
Prices: Single copies. 25e; 16Vi cents
earh in Iota of a doxen or more; 1 12.. SO
the hundred, postpaid. Second edition
printed einre KeptemKer.
OREGON TEACHERS MONTHLY
215 8. Commercial St. He I em. Oregon
CAS SELL AT 23 PERCENT OFF PAC
tory prirea lew more Aladdin Ready
Cut homes until June lat. You can't
beat thia prine for coat of ronatruetien
and quality. Call and see plana. Sold
eleven houses in this territory laat
week. Call and aee plana. AlaO ais
honaes we hare erected :n Salem.
Chaa. P. Smith, 409 Oregon Bldj.
DRY FIR AND OAK WOOD FOR BALE.
FIRST CLASS 118 INCH OLD GROWTH
fir. $9. .SO per cord. Phone 1467.
CALL THE 8ALEM FUEL. TARD8 FOR
your wood and coal ; office 753 Trade
street. Phone 529.
FOR SALE DRY WOOD: SECOND
growth, 4 ft or aawed. Big fir. 16
inch, U 50 leT eord. See -ue about
your winter anpply. Empey Transfer
and Fael Co., 254 S. Liberty. Phono
Tnaide mill wood, reaaonable.
Special price on 5 -cord lota.
Seaaoned mill wood.
Firat claaa 1 inch old fir.
Fred E, Wei la. 305 S. Church
FOR RENT FURNISHED 3 ROOM
Apartments. Ivan G. Martin, Msaomc
FOR RENT HOUSEKEEPING APART
men I a st Cottle Apartment, 313 V,
FURNISHED ROOMS FOR RENT X
Winter. ; Phone 1345W.
FOR RENT 3 ROOMS. HEAT. LIGHT
and water. 147 N. Commercial.
HOTEL REX, 75e AND UP. NEW MAN
agement. 461 State.
FOR RENT A LARGE FRONT ROOM
with hot water heat, furnished, at the
Alexandria, 1030 Chemekta street.
FOR RENT ROOM FOR GENTLEMAN
in modern bonne and centrally lecat
ed. Pleaae give nam and address.
E. care Ststesmsn
FOR RENT 5 ROOM BUNGALOW. 2185
4th street. 915 per month. L. A.
Hajford, 90S State atreet.
GOOD FURNISHED HOUSEKEEPING
rooms: old couple preferred. Good 6
roora honse to rent. Tho Putnam
Mdaren Co.. Room 21. 180 North
P. L. WOOD. S31 STATE T, KKAJL
FOR RENT SEVEN ROOM HOUSE
practically new ; no basement, but
otherwise modern: four bedrooma with
large elosets: built in feature in kit
chen 930 per month. Statesman
WASTED SEEDLING CHERRIES. ANY
quantity. See or write, H. Pohle A
Son. Salem, Ore.
WASTED BY MAS AND WIFE. NO
children, furnished unfurnished 4 or 5
room modem houae. with garage. K
R , Statesinsn- Phone 1H."0
WASTED USED HOUSEHOLD GOODS,
range and rook stoves, ; tools, men's
suits snd shoes. Liberty Kichsnge.
241 N. Commercial. Phone 841.
WANTED LOCATION FOR BEES. H
Rehb, Rt. 6, rialem.
ARGE, WELL HOOT:i) LOGANBERRY
riant wanted. Cannot one tucker
tor joint plant: aln loganberry trans
riant far fall delivery. Ward K. Rich
aWenn. Phone 494
BATTERY AND ELECTRICAL
usr, battery wervicf. station
Expert battery and electrical work
Farria Broa. Phone 1 HQS. 418 Court
TIRES AND ACCESSORIES
SM ITH-W ATKINS, 147 NORTH HIGH
Flak. Bilverten Cord. Hood extra ply
tires. Everything for auto.
A HOSPITAL FOR
tires. Ritrnt hrre.
mercial Tire Hhnp.
422 South Com
HOFFMAN OKBRBFRG TIRE REPAIR
ahop; vulcanitiag. retreading. ,911 N.
I'ommercial. Phone 804.
UNIVERSAL TIRE FILLER SERVICE
elation. Saves you lira trouble. 420
FOR SALE A 1FORD. HAVE TWO.
will aell either i one; new paint. S"1
rubber, electric lighU. Call evening
and nndaya. 827J.
FEW OOOll BARGAINS
Elgin 'Six'" fl.ono
Ituick 'Four" .. 1 in
Chevrolet .. -JIMI
Hcripp lioolh. tport uiodtl 8hi
Iverland "7j" 4"i)
Maxwell . . 3(MI
Ford 'j j ."
OLESON A I TO KXCIIANfiK
North Commercial. l'lione 666
IOWA MACHINE SHOP FORDS RE
bored and repaired .
GARAGES AND BEPAIB
TRACY8 STORAGE GARAGE
CAPITAL GARAGE BUICK, 8TUDE
bsker. Hudaon repairing. 173 South
Liberty. Pbone 88.
SOUTH COMMERCIAL OARAGE QES
ersl rrpsiring snd overhauling. 420
S. Commercial St- Salem.
LIBBY'3 AUTO REPAIR SHOP 220
South Liberty, Phone 901.
AUTO REPAIR SHOP L. MILLER, 145
Center. Phone 890.
AUTO ELECTRICIAN'; EXPERT TROU
ble ahootirg. 238 North High. Phone
"AIR GROUNDS GARAGE TIRES, AC
cessohes, used cars. Our work guar
snteed. 2641 Portland Road. Phon
STANDARD AUTO REPAIR 8H0P
across from Arro, Ctienieket street.
SALEM AUTO RADIATOR SHOP 198
South 12th. Pbone 28.
SPECIAL PRICE8 FORD REPAIRING
Service gsrsge, 803 N. Liberty. Phon
J C. BAIR, RADIATORS, FENDERS,
Bodies repaired. 444 Ferry.
as aaa ni MamMMim, 11 m a
AUTO TOPS W. C. WEIGHT, 171
AUTO TOPS. UPH0L8TERIJC3, AUTO
painting. Hall's Top 8hoo. "Y" Bldg.
0REGONI0N BEAUTY SHOP M AKCEL
wriog, kairdressmg, 185 South Com
mercial. Phono 477.
COZY NOOK BARBER SHOP 12e
REMINGTON CONFECTIONERY. HOME
made candte. ronfecttons, cigars, mag
ssines. 1272 Bute.
DR. L. ML HUM CURES ANT KNOWN
disease. 1 5 8. High St. Phon 388.
DRESSMAKING 1299 South High.
DRESSMAKING LADIES' TAILORING
1315 Uadiaon Aveane.
DRESSMAKING. TAILORING 3720
Cherry. Phone 1678 M.
DRESSMAKING AND PLAIN SEWING.
745 Bellevue. Phono 1620 W.
MRS. R. CARTER EXPERIENCED
dressmaker. Phone 1806R.
JOSEPHINE FAXON DRESSMAKING
1414 Mission atreet.
LOTTIE TOWN SEND DRESSMAKING,
340 D street,
TAYLOR AND FLTNN DRESSMAK
tag. 227 Oregon Bldg.
RUTH McADAMS DRESSMAKER, 756
South 12th. Phone 1824 M.
IATTIE WILLIAMS DRESSMAKING.
244 North Cottage. Phono 1552W.
SLETHA PRCETT DRESSMAKING.
82 North Commercial, phon 1931 W.
HAVE YOUR SPRING DRESSMAKING
don at 758 North CommerciaL
ELITE GOWN SHOP MODIST. DE
aigning. Phon 1125, 414 Oregon
LADIES' TAILORIN0. DRESSMAKING.
Room 18. 265 Vs North Commercial.
CARRIE FISHER DRESSMAKING,
designing. Spencer corsets to order.
3 MeCormack Bldg.
MRS. VARTY. DESIGNEbt AND MAKER
Ladies' Suits snd Gowns. 7 MeCor
FULL LINE 8PRINO. SUMMER DRESS
goods. Mr. Each. Phon 1471.
HAT SHOP MEN'S AND WOMEN'S
hata renovated snd blocked 495 Court
SALEM ELITE HEMSTITCHING,
ehainatitching. pleating, buttons. 429
Court. Phon 958.
HEMSTITCHING AND PICOTINO AT
tachment : worka on all aewing mach
ines; price 82: personal checka 10c
extra. Light Mail Order House, Box
127. Birminghsm, Ala.
LOANS! LOANS! ON CITY PROPERTY.
Let us help you build. Uw rate of
interest. I.aflar A Laflar, 406 407
LOANS. LOANS. LOANS WE CAN
furnish money to build yon s new
house or to fix up the old one if
necesssry. Laflar A Laflar, 406 7
LOANS' LOANS! ON CITY PROPERTY.
Iet ua help you build. Iaw rate of
interest. laf'.ar A Laflar. 406 407
MARIOS POLK COUNTY FARM LOAN'
association has money to losn at aix
percent. W D. Smith, secretary trees
urer. 303 hslem Hans ol commerce.
nK HAVE SOME GOOD FARM MORT
gage to sell.
HAWKINS A ROBERTS
305 Oregon Blag., nslem.
IERRY TICKETS. 75 rER M.
229 North Commercisl atreet.
IERKY TICKETS ALL KINDS;
prompt service, Bertelson, Printer. Y
Bu ild ing
ORCH BOXES BEDfHNO PLANTS
for aale. Smith'a 301 North Commer
KAI.F.M LAUNDRY WMfANT. 188 8
Liberty atreet. Cbone J. omei
Isrgeet. best. Establiahed IMHtt.
CAPITAL CITY STEAM LAUNDRY
gnality work, prompt service, 12S4
Broadway. Phone 1 85-
NICKEL P LATINO
ilCKKL PLATING WILL M KTTE
Plating Worka. refinishing and repair
ing 42' So Com me
;t!J h rlr. I TU -
i I LfltlOblllCU AUO. Ill 11IU
4.JStatesman Bring Results
ALLIE CHANDLER PIANO. 351
BEATRICE 8HELTON PIANO STUDIO
345 Marion. Pbone 1299.
LILLIAN HARTSHORN---PIANO. 394
North Churc.S. Phone 178.
JESSICA WILLE PIANO. 170 SOUTH
l."th. Phone 1561W.
T. S. ROBERTS PIANO, ORGAN. 270
South 14th. Phone 770.
DAN F. LAN GEN BERG. VOCAL
Derby Bldg Phone 2079.
LENA WATERS PIANO. 1472 MILL
MOLLIE STYLES VOICE, PIANO. 859
Center Phone 20I6R.
DOROTHY PEARCE PIANO. 267
North Winter. Phon 81 jJ
FRANKLIN LAUNER PIANO. 268
North 17th. Phone 1415
JULIA MILLS WEIGEL. PIANO. 1560
South Church. Phone 1391 R.
LUCILE BARTON VOICE, PIANO. 147
North Commercisl. Phon 592, 1588.
F. L. MILLER VIOLIN: OTHER
string instruments. 419 Marion hotel.
LUCILE ROSS PIANO. OKU AN. 498
North Liberty. Phon 1187W.
MATTIE GILBERT STRING IN8TRU
menta, 1572 State., Pbone 1156 R.
WESTERS CONSERVATORY OF MU8
ic of Chicago, Frank E. Churchill, rep
reaentative. Diplomas granted. Odd
SALEM CONSERVATORY OP MUSIC
All brsncbes taught, diploms's granted.
John R. Sites, director, 1237 Court.
WENDELL HELM TUSTNG. REPAIR
ing. Phone 492.
EDWARD WELP EXPERIENCED
&iano tuner. Leave orders Will's
R. W. BALLANTYNE. TUNER, PLAY-
era a specialty. Pbone 352. Cher
rington Piano House.
sin i ii in ii in ii i3gsai
PIANOS, PLAYER PIANOS; NEW.
used. J. W. Tallman. 131 So. Com'l.
CHERRINGTON PIANO HOUSE, HAN
die Bush-Lane celebrated pianos
415 Court. Phon 352.
STRAWBERRY PLAN I n ALSO AS
paragna, Kittalinny blackberry, Cum
berland blackcap, loganberries. Any
qusnttty. Ward K. Richardson. 2305
Front street. Phooo 494.
PLUMBING. REPAIRING AND COIL
work. Phcns 151 7J. Shop, 127 Unio
street. A. L. Godfrey.
PAINTING THIS SPRING f GET MY
price. We use lead and oil. Pbone
161 1M. Wells.
DAVIS A STRACTJBAOOn GENERAL
contractors; paints, oil. wallpaper. 820
South Liberty. Phon 901.
AUBREY II. CLARK. 8UCCESSOR "iO
Glenn L. Adama. Painting, paperhang
ing. kalaomining. Work guaranteed.
Terma reasonable. Phon 1396J; res,
425 South Winter.
THOSE WHO LIKE BEAUTIFUL WALL
psper can be satisfied here. Max O.
Buren. 179 North Commercial.
SEE PORTER FOR PAINTS, . WALL
a per snd Picture Framing. Good work
men. 455 Court St. Phono 485.
WANTED CONFINEMENT CA8ES AT
privst Hospital. I hav best of equip
ment. Phone 1959J.
MISS GOODHUE TAKES SU38CRIP
tiona for all magaxines. 351 So. 17th
atreet. Phone 741 M.
ROOFS RESHINGLED. CLEANED, RE
paired, painted or tarred. Phono Kayes
REPAIRING AND SHARPENING
CUTLERY GRINDING. LAWN MOWERS
.safety raxors, etc Stewart's Repair
Shop, 847 Court street.
BEN WHEELER EVERYTHING RE
paired. General sharpening, chimney
sweep. 1485 N. 17th it. Phon 1418W
SECOND HAND GOODS
HIGHEST PRICES PAID FOR ALL
kinds of aecond hand clothing. Phone
SCHOOL OF ECONOMICS
lessons given in dressmsking. cutting,
fitting, ladies' t-ailoring. millinery,
oil psinting. china painting and wster
color. Mrs. Bullock, 212 South Cot
r '"' Phone 1620M.
WILLIAM'S SHOE SHOP 195 SOUTH
PUBLIC 8TENOGRA"rTanR 408 MA8
onic Bldg. Phone 178.
OK LUXE STUDIO. KODAK FINISH
ing. 147 North Commen-lal
STOVES STOVE BEPAIEIKO
STOVE REPAIRING, REBUILT, COILS,
connection. Will call and clean, pol
iah at houae. 271 North Commercisl
Pbone 73 4.
STOVES REBUILT ATte REPAIRED
40 yeara experience; Depot National
fence, aixea 26 to 28 in high. Pinta
oil and varaiahea, etc., loganberry and
hop hooka. Salem Fence and Stove
Worka. 250 Court atreet. Phon 134
SECOND HAND GOODS
WK BUY AND SELL SECOND HAND
good of all kinda. pipe fittings, bar
neas. collars, collsr pads, tools! snd
chains. Fred Schindler, 358 Center
SALEM SCAVENGER GARB AG R. REF
ime nf all kinds removed. Cesspools
rleand Phone 167
FRANK PALM MERCHANT TAILOR
294 North Commercial
LANHAM TAXI COMPANY PHON F
THE OREGON TAXI TRANSFER CO..
Liberty A Ferry Phone 77. Dry
slab. 16 inch wood for sale
CHAS CHANDLER CENERAL TRANS
fr; office, stsud, Clark's Tir House.
MERCHANTS' COOPERATIVE PARCE1
delivery, messenger service, baggage,
trunks, anv part city, -VI cent. 17!
South High. Phone 230.
CAPITAL CITY TRANSFER CO 226
State St.. pbone 983. Distributing,
forwarding and storage our specialty.
Get O'lr rate
SALEM WATER. LIGHT A POWER CO.
Office, B0 South Com' I St. Ta per
cent discount on domestic fist rate
paid in advance. No deductions for ab
sence or anv rsnse naleeg water is
hot off roar premises.
WHERE TO EAT
HITE CLOUD TEA HOUSE CHINA
9 i00"1--' ,r l-tar Open
9 am .1 nicnt U0IA a. P
Dltora lo9PV- I I C CmBOPRAC.
FOOT CORRKCTIOSAL 8PEC1ALI8T
Appliance from individual impression.
Rst.sfscuon gu.r.nteed. Ch e!
ii'mi l':"'r oiag. rnone 442.
GLASSES FITTED BY PTl. L. R BUR
-,". lhe Bow "P-"-1 Company.
Bt;hB:nVtrwt- oppo-,t Udd "d
0W,'.'TE AND MARSHALL, 606
U. B. National Bank Bldg.
DRi;. w MERCER, OSTEOPATHIC
Physician and surgeon; Kirkivill
Bldg. Phone Office. 919; Res. 614.
DR JOHN L. LYNCH. OSTEOPATHIC
LODGE DIRECTORY '
UNITED SPANISH WAR VETERANS,
csmp 5. Armory. First. Third Mondays.
FOR 8AJ.E TWO CORNER LOTS ON
Norwsy snd Summer streets, 60x120
Price 8850. Cell 111F5.
6 ROOM PLASTEREi HOUSE; BATH
toilet, cement basement, foundation
and walk; 8-4 acre of land planted U
bearing frcit; 1 block to paved street;
3 blocks to rsr. 93,250. 91,000 cash
balance 6 percent. H. 8. Bella, 441
REAL ESTATE TRADERS YOU CAN
find a number of good propositions
either as trades, or buys in easy pay
ment of land or bungalows. Chaa
W. Memeyer. Masonic Temple, Salem.
SMALL COTTAGE AND THREE OF
the choicest building lots on . Fair
mount hill. 81,600.
Well improved 100 acre farm 2 miles
from Stsyton. Good road and schools
A. C. BOHRN8TEDT
407 Masonic Temple Sslem, Ore.
IMPROVED POULTRY AND FRUIT
36 acres, improved for poultry and fruit
raising; four ,miles north of Salem,
near Pacific Highway and railway sta
tions; fully equpiped, electricity water
systems, two dwellings, complete equip
ment and atock now on hand. Mbat
be aold on account of death of former
owners, N. C. Jorgensen snd wife. See
Johsn C. Nielsen. Sslem, Ore., route
9. box 31, on premises, or Carey F.
Martin, executor. Masonic building,
GOOD BUYS AND TRADES
IO acre prune orchard; will take house
snd lot up to 92,500 ss psrt payment.
10 acre tract. 3 acrea besring atraw
berriea in first class condition ; ba lanes
oats snd betch bay. Price 92,600;
20 acre tract, sll in crop, good home,
barn, well, paved road. Price 95,850;
50 sere farm: 30 acrea cultivated; build
ings; some fin bottom soil. Pries
160 sere slock ranch located in Lincoln
county; buildings; will consider honse
and lot up to 94.000; Price 95,600.
30 seres of fine lend, modern 10 room
plsstered bouse; good bsrn ; 7 acres
set , to logana: 2 3-4 acres set to
atrawberriea; located 1 mile east of
Salem city Iimita. Price 915,000
650 acre grain and stock ranch to trade
for Salem city property. Price 940,000.
310 acre grain and clover ranch, all til
lable land; good buildings: Isnd all
m grsin, clover and pasture: 20 head
of cattle: horses, hogs- Will trade
for smaller farm. Price 946,500.
160 acrea wheat land located in the
Judith Basin, Montsns; will trade for
improved farm near Salem.
A fine view lot located on Falrmount
hill, offered for a few daya at an
If you are looking to buy, trade or sell,
V, H. Grabenhorst & Co.
275 State street
You'll Get Your Money's
3 seres cloae in on Pscific bighwsy; 3
acre logana. some family orchard, old
house and bsrn. Has been cut to
92,800; on good terms.
Also 8 room modern house, except bane
ment : on improved street, facing esst,
gsrsge srd fruit at 92,750. If rou
want to buy, you'll take one of these
when you see whst they sre.
ARTHUR E, PETERSEN-
229 Oregon Building
GO acres, 52 in crop and 2 acres of
good fsmily orchard. On good rosd ;
good improvements: cows, pig, horses
snd chickens go. Will take good in
come property and give long time on
difference 912. 0O0.
ARTHUR E, PETERSEN
229 Oregon Bnliding
PRICE $1500; $300 DOWN
7 room modern houae, electric lights, hot
and cold wster: good rsnge, coiled
snd sttached; basement, large lot, near
school: esat Sslem. Owner i going
away snd will sacrifice for 91.500 and
take 9:l"0 down Thia i a bargain.
S, R. PEARSON
ton U. S. Bank Bldg. Phone 914
A dandy chicken ranch of 10 B' res s
Fall City; s room Imnzalow. barn
and large chicken house; half mile to
town. Price H.HOO on csy terms:
9 too or 8-00 down
A lovely lot on State street, north front
price 9900; ever) filing paid
11 acres of prunes near 1'hemawa : got
prunes on too. No house; sandr black
soil; will trade for Salem property.
A nwe corner m Richmond addition;
1"'xlOVi Net. Sidewalk on one side
MILLS & COPLEY
H:t 1 State St
STOP - LOOK - LISTEN
1U) ACRES 7 MILKS FROM SALEM,
can cultivate 70 acrea. fine spring and
creek through place; 6IMIO corda wood
tunlier; best soil. Sacrifice price for
quick sale, S:t7 .0 per sere, hslf cssh
27 acres bet ricer bottom land in cul
tivation: 7 acres loganberries. ." arret
strswberriea, 3 S'-reg raspberries, 2
screa blackcaps and hlackberriea : 4
room house, barn. 2 wells, team, tools,
cow Quick a!e 96.500; half cash,
balance easy terms.
For bargains aee n
PERRINE & MARSTERS
21112 Cray Bldg.
A well equipped poultry ranch, close
A fine 5 acre Ira-t with aouie good
fruit. II .'(!
Another S acrea at 92.250. with build
ings worth that alone; all clcse to
A great bargain in a 6 ron nlast-red
honse snd big lot at 92. 1 on; 9200
rhh. balance installment. This is
one of lhe bef bqya 1 hr
341 STATK STREET
THURSDAY MORNING, MAY 26, 1921
Three room house, good lot. 9600.
Three room house, three lots, 9650.
Six room house: one acre, all in bearing
Four lot on 22nd street north. 9125 each.
Ten acre good land 9100 per acre.
io sere on msin rosd, fsir buildings.
875 sn sere.
266 sere river bottom land, good bldgs..
on gravel road, at snap at 9G0 per
232 acres fine land well loceted, i.ew
bungalow, good barn, 965 per acre;
take some good city property t tight
120 seres Eastern Oregon to trade for
80 acres timber in Washington; trade
F. L. WOOD .
341 Stste St.
WE WAST A MODERN 6 ROOM HOUSE
within 6 blocks of the post office on
the north. See us if vou have it.
FIVE ACRES OF GOOD LCrOANBER
ries, sll trained on wire, will hav good
crop this year. Two-room hsuae, well
located close If 8alem. 92.800. The
Putnam-McLaren Co. Room 21, 180
North Commercisl street.
ARE YOU CONTEMPLATING BUILD
ing in the nesr future t If so I want
you to see the pretty building lots I
have for aale at 8600 on N. 14th St.
only two blocka from atreet car line,
just across Mill street bridge sewer,
wster and electric lights bow placed.
Also have four lots facing A street
st 9350. Call oh N. Selig. at 595 N.
GOLDEN RULE REAL ESTATE
I have s beautiful bungalow for ssls.
GERTRUDE J, M. PAGE
492 N. Cot'sg
5 room modern except beat, basement and
garage, aereened in pirch, cement
walks: fine home close to school and
car line. Price only I2.'.j0.
Good six cylinder csr for scresgs or
city residence; psy different.
S, 10, 20 sere fruit tract, for Sslem
Resl Estate Agency
200 Gray Bldg.
Very nice bungalow, wetl located, si
Fine home nesr street car. 92.700.
Good 6 room cottage on paved atreet.
Good atore building on Commercial i e
tseen Stat and Court afreets, caa be
SQUARE DEAL CO
A NICE 4 ROOM HOUSE. FURNISHED
in oak, 950 worth of wood. Investigate
this. Some terms.
f 4 -room house, 9550.
7 seres timber; 600 cords: 9600. Set
LOOSE & PATTON
370 Stste St.
Best Buysand Exchanges
20 seres prunes snd logsns, drir, house,
gsrsge, 94O0 per sere.
280 seres, 150 cultivsted, 10 seres besr
ing prunes, 10 timber, very beat of
improvements, will take smaller place
aa part pay. 9100 per acre.
20 acres. 6 bearing prunes, 4 logana.
2 atrawberriea; beat valley loam, good
improvements, stock snd equipment.
913,000; half cash.
32 1-4 acres, 5Vj logsns, 11, atrawber
riea, 4 prunes, 61 wheat, 16 pasture,
9300 per sere; half caah.
56 acre. 30 cleared and la crop, good
improvements, 1 mile from town, paved
road, sore stock snd equipment, $10,
000; hs.f essh.
100 seres, 50 . cultivsted, 50 timber pas
ture, fair improvements, clos in, 960
per acre; terma.
7 room strictly modern bungalow; south
6 room modern house, $1350; 9700 cssh,
balance like rent.
7 room strictly modern bungalow, best
location, 96,000; easy terma.
6 room strictly modern bungalow, paved
street. 93,500; terms.
341 State Street.
FOR SALE DESIRABLE FIVE ROOM
.house with garage; modern exeept
basement; close to paved strset snd
car line. Convenient locstioa. Price
right with terma. For appointment
phone owner 494, or evenings 631-M.
TRADES BRING 'lN TOUR CITY AND
country trades. I think we can match
you. .8. R. Pearaon Realrv Co, 408
U. 8. Bank Bldg. Phon 914.
Thia is a good time to pick up a vacant
lot. We have a fine liat.
341 STATE STREET
L. A. HAYFORD
Real Eatate and Fire Insursac
305 State atreet
8 room bouse, plsstered, toilet, bsth. elec
tric light; garagk, good variety of
fruits and shade; 4 lota and all for
only 84,700. Terma.
7 room houae on paved atreet; toilet,
bath, electric light, garage, fruit; 1
block to atreet car. Pric 94.500.
7 room houae close in on Mission atreet:
corner lot, houae plsstered; toilet, bath,
electric light and gaa. garage. We
are offering thia today for only 92,650.
5 rooms plsstered. city wster. lights,
large lot 1 block to car. 91.350;
with 800 down.
7 rooms, partly modern ; good location
A dandy little house for 9550.
We have some good trade in city prop
erty and tract
A good 91.1O0 farm mortgage for sale
Liberal discount: run 2 yeara at 7
THOMASON & ROWLEY
331 Vi State Street
FOR SALE MODERN' SIX ROOM BUN
galow. near Grant school. Furnished
or unfurnished. $1,000 will hsodle
Balance to suit or discount for sll
ci.sh. Des! direct with owner. 12j
Notice is hereby given that 1
have impounded the following de
scribed dogs in compliance with
Ordinance No". 1404 to-wit: One
young collie, male, weight. 30
pound; one white, long-halred
log with white tips, mixture,
weight 30 pounds; one little fox
terrier. weiRht 10 pounds. The
above described dogs will be
killed If not redeemed by own
ers on or before May 28th, 1921,
as provided in said ordinance.
W. S. LOW,
NOTICK OK THK IMPKOVK-
MKNT OK THK ALLKV IX
HMM'K ' OK THK OIUCilXAL
1MAT OK THK CITY OK KA.
I.K.M. OKKGOX. KKO.M THK
XOHTH LINK OK CHKMKK-
KTA HTKEKT TO THE SOUTH
UXK OK CKXTKIt 8TKKKT.
Notice Is hereby g;ven that the
Common Council of the City of
Salem deems it expedient and
hereby declares Us purpose and In
tention to improve the alley In
Block 23 of the Original Plat of
the City of Salem, Oregon, from
the north line of Chemeketa
street to the south line of Center
street at the expense of the abut
ting and adjacent property by
bringing raid portion of the alley
In Block 23 of the Original Plat
of the City of Salem, Oregon, to
the established grade and paving
said portion of the alley in Block
23 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 Council on the 2nd day of
May, 1921, now on file in the of
fice 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 de
clares 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 19. 1921.
AND PRODUCE WANTED
Marion Creamery & Produce
Salem, Oregon Phone 2488
I SALEM MARKETS I
Efga snd Poultry
Eggs, 15 to 16c.
Hens, heavy, 20-2 le.
Hens, medium, 20c.
Hens, light, 1518c.
Old roosters. 8-IOe.
Pork, Mattsa Sod s
Top hogs. 89.00. . .
Dress.) Hogs, I V
1920 I-smb. 3 to SMiC
1921 milk lambs. 5 V. fie.
Beef steers, e to Tc
Cows. 4, 6'i.
Top veal, 12 c.
Clover hay. 817 to 920.
Oat and Vetch bay. 920 to 9f
Cheat bay, 930 to 931.
Wheat 90s to 91.
MM Feeds. Walssl
Mill run, 934 ton.
WBoleeat to Dealers
Creamery butter, 30 33e.
Oranges. 93.75 to 95.50.
Lemone, 93.50 to 94.50.
Orspe fruit, -Cat. 94 1 Arts. 18.80.
California cabbage. Sc.
Onions, Oregon, 91-50.
Onions. Csliforaia. 61.78.
Turnips, 93.60 ssck.
Carrol. 81.28 sack
Lettuce, 93.75 per crate.
Potatoes, 91 cwt.
Sweet pots too. 68.75 bushel.
Rsdishes, 40c doien bunches.
Comb honey, ess. 98.96.
Aspsrsgua, CaL lie, Or., 18o.
Parslev, 50e dossa trahehos.
Heats. 75e d or e buaehe.
Tomatoes. 94.50 per lug.
Hsnev. eitrseled. 80 IS.
Apples, 91.60 to 92 00.
Creamery butter, 98c, SSe.
Flour, hard wheat. " 92.23.
Plour. soft whsst, 91.76.
AdeJe GafrlaWs hew Phase Of
REVELATIONS OF A WIFl" wJlSd Mr. Garner we
WHAT ALICE HOLCOMBE DE
MANDED OF MADGE.
Alcle Holcombe consulted her
wrist watch, then Dashed her chair
back from the table on which our
luncheon was spread.
orry to be a spoil snort." she
said, "but I must tell you that the
rrt hell wlll rins: in about ten
There was a general scurrying,
hasty pacikng up of dishes and
packing away of food, for an un
written rule compelled us to leave
our teachers' rest room In such
orderly condition that no trace or
our lunches would be in evidence.
"Will you come; with me. Mil
lie, and watch th Bayvlew youths
and maidens sitting at the feet ot
Gamaliel plural In the persons of
Mrs. Graham and me?"
Miss Holcombe drawled tho
question with apparent careless
ness, but with eys sharpened by
worry I noticed that she was
watching our principal's wife In
tently, listening with anxiety for
Mrs. Stockbridge waited so per
ceptibly before answering that we
all Involuntarily turnd toward
her. The most unobserving wo
man among us could have seen
I bat she was revolving som
chme of action In her mind.
"Thank you. but I must get
tlong home," the said at last.
"I've had per'ectly wonderful
time. You must all come to
luncheon with me some day. And
I must tell you, Mrs. Graham,
how much I enjoyed that ten.
Thank you so much for giving me
'bos packets. I'm going to ex
periment when I get home. "low
shall I fix it?"
Miss Holeombe's Fears.
I marvelled at her Btimidity.
for she had seen me make the tea
but a fw minutes before.
"It's the simplest thing possi
ble. " 1 paid. "Put a packet In
your teapot, and pour about four
cupfuls of boiling water over it-
In about one minute, or at most
two. you will have a delicious cup
She knit her brows for a sec
ond as if she were endeavoring to
fix the directions in her mind.
"I'll remember. she said
abruptly, "(iood-by. everybody. '
She was ut the door before w-j
bad tlm to answer, and vanished
down the stairway as we were
chorusing our adieiix after her
Alice Holeombe's eves caught and
signalled mine. A minute latfr
we were at the farther end of the
room, ostensibly engaged In put
ting away the cooking utensils.
1 "She's gone straight to Mr
Stockbrldge. office," MiMHoK
combe murmured, keeping ner
face turned away from the D"er
vat ion of the other teachera. "Sao
know there'll be no one there un
til after the first bell rings. nd
she's bound to get at that ilesk ot
his if jjhe can."
"You've Got To!"
Her face and voice, low mar
mured . though It was, express.
such consternation that I could
not forbear an amazed question.
"What harm will H do if she
does??' I asked, careful, however,
to make my own voice an answer
"That's just what 1 don t
know?! Miss Hblcombe- returned,
evideriilv relayed, as 1 1 was, at
seeing -the other teachers d,fcCarl
for their several classrooms, "n't
there's no doubt in the wor'd th
Mr. Stbckbrldge bas private paper,
letters, perhaps photograph in
that desk o which his wire
knows nothing. Not that I think
there', anything there of whlc
he rhould be ashamed " hf
head lifted proudly In defense of
the man for whom she cared w
sincerely, so hopelessly "but
you can Imagine how Mllly would
construe the most innocent sou
venir of his past. I simply mnsc
know what she's doing, and
have an appointment with those
derelicts I'm coaching between
bells. , Do you know that clowt
off tbi library where they keep
the text books that are temporar
ily not In use?"
"Ye," I reOed laconically,
bit dated by the abruptness of thj
"Then you've seen the transom
over tfee door which lead! from
that closet Into the principal's of
fice' Miss Holcombe hurried on.
"The door's locked, but the tran
som's open for air. I saw It this
morning. Pleare go down thero
at once go through the .library,
there'lfrb-) nobody there at this
hour et up on a chair you'll
find in, there, and watch what
goes ott the o flee."
"Ohmy dear!" I exclaimed
aghast,?, "I can't"
"You've got to." she retorted
Inexorably. "I can't leave here,
and It'ft absolutely necessary that
Mr. Stbckbrldge know what she
does op discovers while she's
alone in the office."
; (To be continued)-
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2833 Sheffield Ave., Chicago. III.,
writing your name and addreaa
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Twenty fOne Students "
Graduated at Stayton
STAtTON.' Or., May STfie
Stayton high school closed a suc
cessful school year today: Twenty
one yotihg men and women receiv
ed their diplomas as a reward lor
diligent wotX ... ..
George Brewer and . wife, and
Mrs. Gentry of Aumsvllle were
rhoppitjg in Stayton Tuesday.
Pete. Taylor and wife . motored '
from Salem Sunday for a - day'x
visit at the J. R. Gardner home.
business associates - in- Baker
county; 38 year ago and bad not
Frank Foster and .wife. Miss
Moore rand Edna Holder motored
to Salem Sunday afternoon. ' .
H. C. Downing was a business
visitor in Stayton Tuesday.
Miss Ruth Foster I expected
to arrive . in Stayton the latter
part of the week for an extended
visit at the F. F. Foster home. .
Miss Foster spent several week
in Stayton .during the winter.
Will Jarman. who spent several
year of his boyhood in Stayton.
arrived here yesterday for a short
visit with old friends, after an
absence of 25 years.
B. F,: Ford and family of Le
banon ape to be in 8taton for the-
Mr. and Mrs. Alf Burnett. Miss
Gladys. , Witter and. Rol Harold
formed, a motor party to Salem
and other valley point Sunday.
A. S. Danford, district superin
tendent of the Methodist Episco
pal church, came over from Eu
gene Friday and met with the lo
cal church on Friday evening.'
Special service began at the .
Baptist church Sunday and will
continue throughout the week.
The :;; opening of the logging
camps above Mill City called
quite a: number of laborers away
from town the first of the week.
Mrs. ; Bettv Cooper and small
son spent the week-end with Sa
Lee C Bailey and family and
the Rambeau family leave the
last of .the week for Bend where
the mcti have secured a trucking-
contract with a Bend firm. They
expect J.Q make the trip by truck,
c-a mping along the way.
painslicadachej backache and
all other aches are quickly re-
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lormlris drugs. Why. don't you
try tlicm? J ,
Aik your druggist
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