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1. mouths' routract. per mo . -12c
Ittaxatuu (or any advrtiaeniei S5e
flllB INSURANCE KOCIETY
Tbielaos. ItUnd nurghartU
"TONEY TO LOAN
T K. FORD
(Over Ldd & Buab Bank)
HAWKINS & ROBERTS
204-207 Oregon Building
a boms Including some of the
finest in the- city. Our Hat of
arms and acreage a complete
1 LAFLAR A LA FLA R
4jf-t Orafon-Bldc. Plwno 1644
K t lt
.... wiih ueeol
n I IT III'" , . . -
$05 or IW.
fr.it pro.lur. Phone l788W'i
TtfE ORF.OoX FIRE RELIEF OF Mc
Minavilm hse-more th.ii tto.ooo .-par
st riska. Are too one ot it policy
Kder.1 Ht.udley Foley. Aat..
- Laroo. Kiekreall.
FOR BEST HEVKX ROOM HOI SK
orertirally new; no basement, but
etherwlee modern : tour bedroom with
lart floaeta; built in feature in kit
en,,. $30 Pr month. Stateaman
Buaine Of fie.
HELP WASTE!) FIRST CLASH At TO
stabile mechanic for our ball ior
Inqnire Halrin Automobile Company.
WAN'TKI) HTKAWBEKRY PICKERS
Apply P" Farm Company. Koom 309
U; 4. National Bank Bldg,
THE F08TF.R- l'e CIOAR 18 IS A
rlaa by Itself. At four dealera. Phone
rot REXT '3 ROOM KCKXIHHKI AXI
1 room ' untarnished apartment.
1144 H Htato atrial.
FOR REST FCRXIHHKD HOI HE. SIX
rasia. close in. References required.
WAXTID A GOOD MILKKR FOR A
airy ranch on th roaat. Phone 1842.
CASSIXO SEASON IS CI0K AT HASH
W have Just received a shipment of
akt Scotch blur graniteware, including
air proaenrinf kettlee at pre war
prices. While they laat. 241 X. Com',
street, . Liberty Exchange.
FOR BALE FREHH COW.
BEES FOR HALE 2155 X. 4th ST.
FOR SALE, K KARON ABLE WICKER
. sr buggy t 632 X. High. Phone
WASTED TO RENT 3 ROOM APART
Bent, or amall bouae. Phona 68'2-W
FOB BALE: A LARGE 8AFE. PLENTY
- of space for books and records. Phone
H. 8. UiUv
XIW riVE BOOM BCXOAIX)W OX
aared atreet. Large lot, niro front.
warafa. rriee 4,:vv; lerma.
awaer, 1441 X. Fifth.
UKOR OREGON CHAMPION GOOSE
Wrriea for canning; no wortna. 6c per
l. Delivered thia week. Ward K
Kicbardaon, 2305 Front. Phone 404
MIMEOGRAPHING OF ALL ' KINDS
ieaa. 141 North High. Phone 340
40 aerea 5 nilea from Salem, cloae to
Bute farm, $4,000.
404) acre Banton county atock farm, in
cluding atock and equipment, 120,000.
104 acrea Bear Htayton, 95,000.
117 improved farm 5 milea from SaH-m
A. C. BOHRNSTEDT
4A7 Maaenle Bldg. Halem, Ore
BUY A FARM
I ea good road, 6 acre prune.
Billed fruit and berriea. (iood
coot go with buy or will divide prop
97'm' "0 ; 92,000 '" b,',nr
40 arna Aakney bottom, all in cultiva
tioa aad crop ped . Good room roltarr
M4 ether Luildinga. Will aell with
roe far 112,000; will take good houae
m nalaaj m trade.
11 ." "ear Chemawa, all in cultiva
Maa; good buildinga 7,500: lerroa.
ARTHUR E, PETERSEN
221 Oregon Building
XOTJCE OF ANVrAl78CIIOOL
Refcael Meeting 'of Krhool Diatrirt
Marion County. Oregon, will
ld la the high arhool building.
M aaid 4iatri-t, Monday evening. June
J. "2I, at 7:30 o'clock for the pur
f bearing the report of Board of
jetora and of the Dutrirt Clerk of
I1 w ,trrt. "4 for aueh other bua-
lawfully come before the
Utu thia Slkt day of May, 1921.
fv.. , II. o. WHITE,
Au-Sw t. n"'1 ot Ireetera.
1LWi, Burghardt. Jr.
"trict Clerk. .
ll2l F HCHOOh ELECTION
W a!i fctrb' 'r,n to the regal ,ter
rL"5' Dhitrirt No. 24, of Marion
J2Vt Oregon, that the annual elec
aTa ?,,"M, ,''t will e held in
imm to t'" t the hour of
L V P m. on the third Mondav
AD imi ,h' 2",h d'r of Jun
u.l V holding until trvrn
aWtl.iLMid d'r- ,or ,h Purpoae of
Z"J director to ro fr the
' m three yrmrn.
224-221 a vTLV(i PLACE
raol v ' . cmmerrial 8t. ( Rotarr
riOB hotel )
Ck.l. ' " WHITE.
. H I k?"w,f Bo"rl ot Dire-iora.
iw'hlT"!;110" TOLXO MAX
!," . eaperienee selling life
l7iKLV?.,i',;k OT advertising. Must
lWtLd,.,U ntir ' "
vail" '' alencenient. Must
Pem,i,lL50,'a preeent buaine
Biaaai merchanta and profea-
HmaT.71,. n,wer in 7onr 0WT h"
Ww"Uoaa 2!' 'durational qual-
Addraaa I P'r"nr at iolicitor. etc.
bbbb: e. si.
I,, Aae V V ft
UrmZjI-S A WOMEN TO
7 ATT 4
I STaposiu.. 7' ". riiiona. a gooo
T nH 4. titateamaa Bldg.
THE ORECON STATESMAN.'
ri)K HALE CAS A IO BIRDS. Night
aingera. Mra E. A. Beaoett. Pbesa
J 21. ). 103O Cbemeketa.
IMPORTED ST. AN'DKK WRI IJU HOI.
..rr Orran Irjun-il Sftet kum
cr n earth (narant--d ( in nlur
if other lirU on r-.je,( E it Klakr,
'.'i South 17th, KaUtii, Or. t on
rilE NORTHWEST POl'LTRY JOCK
nal. The biggeat and bet in the
weat. The live uiaganne for live
'poultry men. 7.'.c a year; ft. 00 in
Hleiu. Mend 5 rent fur aampte today.
The Northwest Poultry Journal. Halem.
Orea-on Mention thia ad
IF YOU WANT TO GET THE BEST
farm paper, aond 15c to The Pacific
It0niead, Balem, Oregon, (or a three
month trial aubecnptiun. Mention
r'OK KALE A Nl'MBER ONE MILK
cow. recently fresh Phone "70 during
htfaines hour aud l'Jl'i.M eveniuica
PRIM EDA BALM. FORMERLY BALM
of Kiga. Phone 1698 W.
KI LLER BRl'SHES. Poll DEMOXSTRA
tion, phone Oritur 20M2J.
TRY THE NICKEL LUXCII AT 2C1
Court. Anything 5c.
STANDARD EXCHANGE. 342 NORTH
Commercial atreet. Diamond, watchea.
maaical inatrumenta, guns, clothing,
ahoea, etc. Both new and uaed good
bought, aold or exchanged.
OFFICES AXD 8TORES A BIG LOT
of new booka for aale at half price
WIRE HOP. LOOAXBEKRY. CHICKEX
wire. Hteinbock, S73 Court atreet.
WANTED EVERY ONE TO TRY
Naaona painta and ataina aold at the
Capital Hardware A Puraitur Co.
25 X. Commercial 8t. Phona 47
FOR HALE IXKIR, ll N. High.
Ml'RFHY VARNISHES RESIST HOT.
soapy water. Max O. llureii, 17S X.
THE WESTERN SONGSTER
SCHOOL AXD COMMUNITY SINGING
An especially good aelection of the songa
yov have been wanting with worda and
muaie complete. No matter how many
aongbooka ou have you should have
thia one, containing the Oregon aonga.
Price: Single ropiea, 25c; 164 reota
ea-b in lot of a doxen or more; 12 50
the bindred. postpaid. Second edition
printed since September.
OREGON TEACHERS MONTHLY
215 H. Commercial St. Salem, Oregon
DRY FIR AND OAK WOOD FOR SALE.
Pbone 77 F2.
FIRST CLASS 19 INCTT OLD GROWTH
fir.: 19 per cord. Phone HiS".
CALL THE "SALEM FUEL YARDS FOR
Four wood and real; office 75a Trade
atreet. Phone 529.
FOIR: FOOT AND 18 INCH WOOD.
$7.50 ; per cord; alao wood aawmg.
Fisher Sri. Phone 204Q.
! FOR RALE
In!de mill wood, reasonable.
Special price on 5 cord lot.
Seasoned mill wood.
First elaoa 16 inch old fir.
Fred E. Walla 305 8. Church
FOR RENT OARAGE, 622 X Hirh.
HOTEL REX, 75e AXD CP. NEW MAX
agement. 462 State.
TWO ; NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS
with; bath, gentlemen only. Phone 65
or call at 1185 Chemeketa atreet.
FOR RENT A LARGE FRONT ROOM
with hot water heat, furniahed, at the
Alexandria, 1030 Cbemekta atreet.
FOR ; RENT FURNISHED HOUSE
keeping room. No children. 818 N
FIRST FLOOR OF 3 LARGE ROOMS
for rent. Newly furniahed, hot and cold
water, electric light, phone and private
entcance. 1205 Leslie atreet.
FOR RENT ROOM FOR GENTLEMAN
in modern home and centrally locat
ed. Plea give name and address
E, care Statesman.
FOR RENT MODERN' COTTAGES AT
.Newport by month or aeaaon. Alici
McElroy, Almira Apt., Portland, Ore.
GOOD : FURNISHED HOUSEKEEPING
rooms; old couple-preferred. Good 8
room : bouae to rent. The Putnam
McLarea Co.. Room 21. 180 North
P. U WOOD. $31 STATE ST, REAL
LOST AND FOUND.
FOU N Dfc-L A D Y ' 8 KID GLOVE OX
street;. Owner pleaie rail and identify
FOR MALE 4fK0 GALLON WATER
tank. . Call at Deaf Mute School.
North -Salem Phone 617W.
WANTED SEEDLING CHERRIES, ANY
quantity. See or write. H. Pohle at
Son, Salem. Ore.
WANTED -t'SED HOt'SEHOLD GOODS,
rangea and cook stoves, tools, men's
son and shoe. Liberty Exchange.
241 N. Commercial. Pbooe 841.
WANTED LOCATION FOR BEES. II
Kehh. Rt 6. Salem.
BATTERY AND ELECTRICAL
CBL BATTERY SERVICE STATION
Expert battery and electrical work.
Farria Broa.. Phone 103. 418 Conrt
TIRES AJTD ACCESSORIES
SMITH WATKIXS. 147 NORTH HIGH
Fiak, Silverton Cord, ) Hood extra ply
tirea. ' Everything for auto.
A HOSPITAL. FOB UWCRKD ACTO
tirea. Right here. 422 South Com
merelal Tire Shop.
HOFFMAN A OKERBFRG TIRE REPAIR
ahop; vulcanising, retreading. Sll N.
Commercial. J' boo 804.
UNIVERSAL TIRE FILLER SERVICE
station Savea you tira trouble. 420
Olds 1 Ton
Republic 1 ton
G. M. C. 1 Ton
(1 M C. ,3 4 Ton
Republic H Ton
Republic '2 Ton -
Republic. '2 Ton
Icnhy a ton
G. M. C! 2 Ton
Standard 9 1-2 Ton
Republic 8 1-2 Ton
... $1 100 00
. .l IMl
? . lO.Ht.IMI
.... 1450 (Ml
. ()il (HI
. . 1 4."0.lO
.... 1 450 (Ml
. . 1450 (H
If yon are not ready, ita a good
279 North Commercial St
FEW liool) BARGAIN
M11 M k ' ' h'oii-' '
Al III KM'IIAXI.K
;!4' North ominercial
IOWA MACHINE SHOP FORDS .RE
Itored and repaired
OARAGES AND REPAIR
TRACY'S STORAGE GARAGE 644
CAPITAL w A RAGE BUICK. STl'DE
bakrr. Hudson repairing. 473 South
Liberty. Pbone 88.
SOUTH COMMERCIAL GARAGF GEN
eral repairing and overhauling. 4"20
S. CoD.uieri-ikl St.. Salem.
LIBBV'3 ACTO REPAIR SHOP 220
South Liberty. Pbone 101.
AUTO REPAIR SHOP L. MILLER, 245
Center. Phone 8b0.
AUTO ELECTRICIAN; EXTEKT TKOU
ble shooticg. 2J8 North High. Phone
FAIR GROUNDS GARAGE TIRES, AC
. ceasoriea. used car. Our work guar
" Bnteed. 2C41 Portland Road. Phon
STANDARD AUTO REPAIR SHOP
acroaa from Argo, Chemeketa street
SALEM ACTO RADIATOR SHOP 198
South 12th. Pbone 28.
SPECIAL PRICES FORD REPAIRING
Service garage, 803 N. Liberty. Pbone
J C. BAIR, RADIATORS, FENDERS,
Bodiea repaired. 444 Ferry.
ACTO TOPS W. C. WRIGHT. 171
AUTO TOPS, UPHOLSTER I N3. ACTO
painting. Hull s Too Shoo. "Y" Bldg.
AUTO TOP, UPHOLSTERY. WORK
guaranteed. 5.d South 12th, phone
I l -'t
0REG0NION BEAUTY SHOP M ArtCEL
wvint, hrdrting. 185 South Com
aiercial. Phone 477.
COZY NOOK BARBER SHOP 1266
REMINGTON CONFECTIONERY. HOME
made candies, confections, cigar, mag
axinea. 1272 Slate.
DR. L. M. HUM CURES ANT KNOWN
daeae. 158 8. High HI. Phone 283.
DRESSMAKING 1299 South High.
DRESSMAKING LADIES' TAILORING
1335 Madiaon Avenue.
DRESSMAKING, TAILORING 2720
Cherry. Pbone 1678-M.
MRS. R CARTER EXPERIENCED
dressmaker. Pbone 1971W.
JOSEPHINE FAXON DRESSMAKING
1414 Miaaion atreet.
LOTTIE TOWNSEND DRESSMAKING.
240 D atreet.
TAYLOR AND FLYXN DRESSMAK
ing. 227 Oregon Bldg.
RUTH MeADAMS DRESSMAKER, 756
South 12th. Pbone 1824 M.
HATTIE WILLIAMS DRESSMAKING.
248 North Cottage. Phone 1552W.
ELETHA PRUETT DRESSMAKING.
682 North Commercial. Pbone 1931W
ELITE GOWN SHOP MODIST. DE
aigaing. Phone 1125, 414 Oregon
LADIES' TAfLORIXG. DRESSMAKING.
Koom 18, 265 Vi North Commercial
CARRIE FISHER DRESSMAKING
designing. Spencer eoraeta to order.
2 McCormack Bldg.
MRS. VARTY, DESIGNED AND MAKER
Ladiee' $)tfita and Gowna. 7 McCor
PULL LINE SPRING, SUMMER DRESS
gooda. Mra. Each. Pbone 1471.
HAT SHOP MEN'S AXD WOMEN'S
bate renovated aud blocked 495 Court
8ALEM ELITE HEMSTITCHING
rhamstitchinc. pleating, buttons. 329
330 Oregon Bldg. Phone.
HEM8TITCIUX0 AND PICOTIXO AT
tachment: works on all aewing mach
inee: priee $2; personal check HJf
extra. Light Mail Order House, 'Bo
127. Birmingham, Ala.
LOANS! LOANS! ON CITY PROPERTY.
Let ua help you build. Low rate of
ntereat. Laflar A Laflar, 406 407
MARION POLK COUNTY FARM LOAN
aasociatioa haa money to loan at Bix
percent. W D. Smith, aecretary-treaa
urer. 303 Salem Bank of omlm,rrjM
BERRY TICKETS. 73e TER M. CP AT
'429 North Commercial atreet.
BERRY TICKETS ALL KINDS;
prompt service, Bertelson, Printer, Y
PORCn BOXES BEDDING PLAXT8
for aale. Smith 301 North Commer
SALEM LAUNDRY COMPANY, 136 S
Liberty street. Phone 25. Oldest
largest best. Estebliahed 1889.
CAPITAL CITY STEAM LAUNDRY
Quality work, prompt service, 1264
Broadway. Phone 165
NICKEL PLATING WILLAMETTE
Plating Works, refmiahing and repair
ing 420 So ( oinrnerci!, phone
PLUMBING. REPAIRINtT AND COIL
work. Phcae I5I7J. Shop, 127 Uaioa
street. A. L. Godfrey.
PAINT CONTRA CTOBS
PAIXTINO THIS SPRING f GET MY
prices. We use lead and pit. Phone
DAVIS A 8TRATWBACan GENERAL
coa tractors; paints, oil. wallpaper. 220
Sooth Liberty. Phone 901
AUBREY H. CLARK SUCCESSOR i O
Glenn L. Adam. Painting, paperbaag
inr. kaleomining. Work guaranteed.
'Term reasonable. Phoa 1396J; res,
425 Sooth Winter.
AI.LIK CHANDLER PIANO. 351
BEATRICE SHELTOX PIANO STUDIO
Marion. Pfcoue 12VV.
LILLIAN llARTSHOHX PIANO. 394
North Cl.urcN. I'houe 178.
JESSICA WILL K PIANO, 170 SOUTH
1 .lb. Phoue 1 :(;! W.
T. S KOHEKTS PIANO. ORGAN. .7(.
South 14tii. Pboua "To
DAN F. LANGENIJKKO. VOCAL
lierby Bldg Phone Z079.
LENA WATERS PIANO. 1472 MILL
Pbone 11 MAM.
MOLLIS STYLES VOICE. PIANO S5W
Center. Phoue 201 OR.
DOROTHY PEARCE PIANO. 267
North Winter. Phoue 345J.
FRANKLIN LA U NEK PIANQ. 26
North 17th. Pbone 1415
JULIA MILLS WEIGF.L. PIANO. 1500
South Church. Pbone 139 IK.
LUCILE BARTON VOICE. PIANO, 147
North Commercial. Pbuoe 592, 1588.
F. L. MILLER VIOLIN; OTHER
string iiiHtriiiuent. 4 19 Marion hotel
LUCILE ROSS PIANO. ORGAN.
North Liberty. 4'hone 1187W.
MATTIE GILBERT STRING IN8TRU
menu, 1572 State. Pbone 1106 R
SALEM CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC
All branchea taught, diplotua'a granted.
John P.. Sitea, director, 1237-Court.
WENDELL HELM TUItlNO, REPAIR
ing, Pbone 492.
EDWARD WELP EXPERIENCED
piano tuner. Leav order Will'
K. W. BALLANTYNE. TUNER, PLAY
ers a specialty. Phone 352. Cher
rington Piano House.
PIANOS, PLAYER PIANOS; NEW.
uaed. J. W. Tallman. 121 So. Com I.
CHEKK1X0TOX PIANO HOUSE. HAN
die Boab'Lane celebrated piaaoa
415 Court. Pbone 352.
BUNGALOW PAINT. $3 00 GALLON.
Max O. Buren. 17-J N. Cora l.
OAT MEAL PAPER 40c DOUBLE ROLL.
Max O Buren. 179 N. Com'l.
SEE PORTER FOR PAINTS. WALL
aper and Picture Framing. Good work
men. 455 Court St. Pbone 485.
WANTED CONFINEMENT CASES AT
private uoapital., I have beat of equip
Oient. Phone 1959J.
1 1' 1 111a
MI88 GOODHUE TAKES SU3SCRIP
tion for all oisfasine. 251 Bo. 17th
street. Phone 741 M.
ROOFS RESHINGLED. CLEANED. RE
paired, paiuted or tarred. Pbone Kayea
REP ALBINO AND SHARPENING
CUTLERY GRINDING, LAWN MOWERS
.aafety raxora. etc. Stewart Repair
Shop, 847 Court atreet.
BEN WHEELER EVERYTHING KE
paired. General sharpening, ehimoey
aweep. 1485 N. 17th at.. Phone 1416W
WILLIAM'S SHOE SHOP 193 SOUTH
SCHOOL OF ECONOMICS
Lessons given in dressmaking, eutting,
fitting. Indie' t atloriivg, millinery,
oil painting, china painting and water
color. Mr. Bullock, 212 South Cot
tage. Phone 1620M.
PUBLIC STENOGRArrSTR 408 MAS
w Wide PFtone 17H.
DE LUXE STUDIO. KODAK FINISH
inr 147 North Commercial.
STOVES STOVE REPAIRING
STOVE REPAIRING. REBUILT. COILS,
connections. Will call and clean, pol
iah at house. 271 North Commercial
STOVES REBUILT AIW REPAIRED
40 years experience; Depot National
fence, aixea 26 to 28 ins. high. Patau
oil and varniahee, etc., loganberry and
hop hooka. Salem Fence and Stove
Worka. 250 Court atreet. Thono 124.
SECOND HAND GOODS
WE BUY AND SELL SECOND HAND
gooda of all kind, pipe fittings, bar
aesa. collars, collar pads. tool, and
chain. Fred 8chiodler. 258 Center
SALEM SCAVENGER GARBAOE. KEF
ase of all kinda removed. Ceaepool
cleaned Phono 167.
FRANK PALM MERCHANT TAILOR.
LAN HAM TAXI COMPANY PHONE
THE OREGON TAXI TRANSFER CO..
Liberty A Ferry. Phone 77. Dry
elan. 16 inch wood for le
CHAS CHANDLER REN ERAL TRANS
fer; office, alaud, Ctark'a Tire lieuae
MERCHANTS' COOPERATIVE PARCEL
delivery, messenger service, baggage,
trunk, any part city, 5o cents.
South High. Pbone 230.
CAPITAL CITY TRANSFER CO. 226
State St, phone 933. Distributing,
forwarding and atorage our specialty
Get our rates
SALEM WATER. LIGHT POWER CO
Office, 301 South Com'l St, Tea pet
rent discount on domestic flat ratea
paid ia advance. No deduction for ah
seac or any csuae unlea water ia
ahot off your oremiaea.
WHERE TO EAT
WHITE CLOUD TEA HOUSE CHINA
diahee, noodiee. free dancing. Open
9 a m 1 at night. 1104 N. Com'l
DR. O. L. SCOTT. P. S. C. CHTROPRAC
tor, 30D 12 U S Bank Bldg Phone
7: Res 2.R.
FOOT CORRECTIONAL SPECIALIST
Appliances from individual impression
Satisfaction guaranteed. Cnaa E
Tatro, Masonic Bldg P",
DR& WHITE AND MARSHALL, 06
U. -8 -National Bank Bldg.
DR. W. L. MERCER. OSTEOPATHIC
Phyeieiaa and Burgeon; Kirkavillt
graduate, 404-405 U. S. Nations) Bank
Bldg. f-honee Office, 919; Re. 614.
DR. JOHN L LYNCH. OSTEOPATHIC
Physician Bad Smgeoo, 408-404 Or con
Bide: Pboooa: Office, 1394: Rao, SSI'S.
ll.ASSKS KITTED BY DR. L R BUR
Buib B:;.',r'"1- oi,p",u M "d
UNITED SPANISH WAR VETERANS
an.,, ... Arinorr. Fir.t Third Mondav
A dandy eh h ken ran.-h of 1 n i-rt- t
Falls City; .-, room bungalow, barn
and lare . hi. ken house; half a, Tie to
4i or t .oo down
A l..ey loi on State .treet, north front
price tin..,; everything paid
11 a-res ot prunen near Chemawa- got
pmne o too No house. uiy hla. k
fcoil: a , trsde for Saleui property
MILLS &. COPLEY
rooinn. iiomIv modern; gcHjd street- 2
..iv"", 'roo.,n"1 na
4 rooms: good location, only $3.-,o
t rooms win, ,ar ami 4 loU
Ve have some Kod buys and trade, in
m.-,ll tract; ,u0 ,r Ufmh
THOMASON & ROWLEY
3:11 1 2 State Street
CANADIAN IMPROVED FARMS Ex
change Oregon farm. Wetlichen's
Limited. Cilgary, Alberta
for sale desirable-five .room
house w.th garage; modern except
basemen,; r,e to paTed itrJ(.t
car line. Convenient location. Price
right with terms. For appointment
phone owner 494, or evenings 631 M.
TRADES BRING iVtOUR CITY ND
country trades I think we can match
U. 8. Bank Bldg. Phone 914.
Thia, is a good time to pick up a vacant
lot. We have a fine ht
3J1 STATE STREFIT
ARE YOU CONTEMPtM-INO BUILD
ing in the near f-tiref If o I want
you to aee the pretty building lots I
have for aale at $600 on N. 14th St
only two blocks from street car line,
just across Mill street bridge sewer
water and electric lighu now placed!
Alao have four lots facing A atreet
at $350. Call on N. Helig. at 595 N
WE WANT A MODERN 6 ROOM HOUSE
within rt block of the post office on
the north See n jf vou have It
FIVE ACRES OF OOOD LOrJANBER
riee, all trained on wire, will have good
crop thia year. Two-room houae, well
located cloe to Salem. $2,800. The
Putnam-McLaren Co. Room 21, 180
North Commercial street.
A NICE 4 ROOM HOUSE. FURNISHED
in oak, $50 worth of wood. Investigate
tin. Some terms.
f 4 room house, $550.
7 acres timber: 600 cord: $600 See
370 4 State 8t.
L. A, HAYFORD
Real Eatate and Fire Insurance
305 State atreet
8 room honae, plastered, toilet, bath, elee
trie light; garagt. good variety ot
fruits and shade; 4 lots and all fot
only $4,700. Term.
7 room houae on paved street; toilet,
bath, electric light, garage, fmit: 1
brock to street ear. Price $4,500.
7 room bouae cloae in en Miaston atreet:
corner lot. houae plaatered: toilet, bath,
electric light and gaa, garage. We
are offering thia today for only $2,650.
GOOD BUYS AND TRADES
10 acre prune orchard; will take house
and lot up to $25o0 as part payment.
10 acre tract, 3 acres bearing strawber
riea in first class condition, balance
oat and vetch hay. Price $2600.
20 acre tract, all in crop, good house.
barn, well, paved road. Price $5350.
50 acre farm, 30 acres cultivated, build
ings, some fine bottom soil. Price
160 acre stock ranch located in Lincoln
county: building; will rounder houae
and lot up to $4000. Price $5600.
30 acrea of fine land, modern 10 room
plaatered house, good barn, 74 acre
set to lorans. 2 3-4 acre set to straw
berries, located 1 mile eat of Salem
city limit. Price $15,000.
65o acre grain and stock ranch to trade
for Salem city property. Price $40.
H). 31o acre grain and clover ranch, all till
able land, good buildings: land all in
grain, 'lover aud pasture: 20 head of
cattle, horses, hors. Will trade for
smaller farm. Price $16.SOO.
160 acre wheat land located in the Ju
dith Basin. Montana: will trade for
improved farm near Salem.
A fine view lot located on Fail-mount
hill offered for a few days at an at
If you are looking to bay, trade or aell
W. H. Grabenhorst & Co,
25 State street
Best Buys and Exchanges
20 acres prunes and logans, drier, hons.
garage, $400 per acre.
2i acres, ISO rultivated. 10 acre bear
ing prunes, lo timber, very beat ol
improvement, will take smaller place
a part pay. $100 per acre.
20 acrea, 6 bearing prune. 4 '-i logans.
2 strawberries ; best vsllev loam, good
improvements, stock and equipment
$13,000; half cash '
32 14 acrea, 5 4 logans, 1 i. strawber
rie. 4 prunes. n3 wheat. 16 pasture.
$300 per acre; half rash.
'6 acre. 30 cleared and in crop, good
improvement. 1 mile from town, paved
road, some s"-k and equipment, $10,
0(mi . half rash.
100 acres. .'o ultivated, 50 timber pa
ture. fair improvement, close in, $60
per acre: term
7 room strictly modern bungalow; south
6 room modern house, $1350; $700 rash,
balance like rent.
7 room strii'Cv modern bungalow, best
location. $6,000: easy terms
6 room strictly modern bungalow, paved
street. $:i,.'00; terms.
341 State Street.
FOR SALE TWO CORNER LOTS ON
Norway and Summer street. 60x120
Price $850. Call 111FV
STOP - LOOK - LISTEN
120 ACRES 7 MILES FROM SALEM,
ran cultivate 70 acres, fine spring and
creek through place: fU00 cords wood
timber; beat soil. Sacrifice price foi
quick aale. $37 50 per acre, half rash
27 arre best river bottom land in col
ttvation: 7 acrea loganberries. 5 acres
strawberries, 3 acres raspberriea. 2
acres blackcaps and blackberries; 4
room houae. barn. 2 wr'i. team, tools,
cow. Quick sale $i..'00 ; half cash,
balance easy terms.
For bargain ee ns
PERRINE & MARSTERS
211 12 Gray Bldg.
i room modern except tieat. basement snt
garage, screened in pin-n, lennin
a oiks: fine home close to school end
car line. Price only 2.-.-o.
Good six cylinder car for acreage or
citv residence: pay different
S 1. 20-acre fruit tracts, for Salem
Real Estate Afocy
200 Gray Bldg.
r j tl pi :f j i j.
neau Hie UlUmeu m:
WEDNESDAY MORNING, JUNE 1, 1921
6 ROOM Pl.ASTFKF.re HOUSE; BATH
toilet, cement basement, foundation
sod walk: 3 4 acre of land planted t4
bearing froit; 1 bk k to paved atreet;
Mocks lo car S3. 250. $1,000 leah.
balance B percent. H. 8. Belle, 441
REAL ESTATE TRADERS YOU CAN
find a number of good propositions
either trsdes, or buy in easy pay -IV.'"1
u' or bungalows. Cfaae
VV. Nieiueyer. Masonic Temple. Salem.
A well eqnipped poultry ranch, close.
A fine j sere tract with some good
Another 5 acres at $2.2.",0, with build
ing worth that alone; sll close to
A great bargain in a 6 room plastered
bouse and big lot at $2,100: $200
cash, balance installment. Thia is
one of the best buvs I have.
341 STATE 'STREET
FOR SALE A CHOICE CORNER LOT
on -ar line, cheap: also 5 room house
and lot with abundance of fruit and
garden ia: immediate possession. Call
ai iiik.i snipping.
room, just remodeled, newty papered
and painted, new roof; all in first class
repair. Large lot, 1 block to car. On
ly $1350. Small payment down
THOMASON & ROWLEY
331 12 Stat Strn
Six room house with basement, $2100,
easy terms. Four room house. $050.
Three room house, three lots, $700. 232
acre farm, mostly bottom land, $75 per
acie, take city property half value. 80
acres timber land to trade for house.
Want loan $1500. Want to buy three or
four room house.
F. L. WOOD
341 State St.
FIVE ROOM HOUSE WITH GOOD
lot, cement walk, graveled street, only
3 . blocks from car line and paved
atreet Price $950 00
SQUARE DEAL CO.
U. S. Bjnk
PRICE $1500; $300 DOWN
7 room modern bouse, electric light, hot
and cold water; good range, coiled
and attached; basement, large lot, near
achool ; east Salrm. Owner i going
away and will sacrifice for $1,500 and
take $300 down. Thia ia bargain
S, R. PEARSON
408 U. 8. Bank Bldg.
YOUR LAST CHANCE ON THOSE LOTS
on Church street. On "D" atreet and
Capitol atreet. I have houses close in
GERTRUDE J. M. PAGE
492 N. Cottsge Ave. Pbone 1186
I'ROIHMALH FOR 8UPPIJKS
The Oregon State Board of Con
trol will receive sealed bids on
Juno 15, 1921, at 2 p. m. for
furnishing supplies to the various
state institutions, consisting of
drygoods. clothing, furnishings,
groceries, shoes, hardware,
brooms, drugs, stationery, crock
ery, plumbing, etc., for the semi
annual period ending December
31, 1921. Specifications and
scheduels will be furnished upon
application to the secretary, at
Salem, Oregon, also from the
Trade and Commercial Hureaa of
the Portland Chamber of Com.
merce Each bid shall be accom
panied by a certified check repre
senting 10 per cent of the whole
amount bid, payable to the Ore
gon State Board of Control, or
where the ten per cent amounts to
$500 or more, & surety bond from
some company authorized to do
business in Oregon, will be accept
ed in place of the check. The same
shall be held as a guaranty of the
faithful performance of the con
tract. The .board reserves the
right to reject any or all bids or
to accept any part of a bid.
R. B. GOODIN,
Secrettary Oregon State Board of
AND PRODUCE WANTED
Marion Creamery & Produce
Salem, Oregon Phone 2488
SALEM MARKETS I
Eff and Poultry
Egg. 15 to 16c.
Hen, heavy, 20 21c.
Hen, medium, 20c.
Hen, light, 15 18c.
Old rooster. 8-0e.
Pork, Mnttoa aaa af
Top hog. $9 OC.
Dreed Hoga. 14 H
1920 Lambs. 3 to 3 '4c
1921 in. Ik lambs, ''.,. Or.
Beef steera. SO Te.
Cows, 4, 5 '4.
Top veal, 12c.
Clover hay, $17 to $20.
Oat and Vetch nay. $20 to $2f
Cheet bay, $20 to $21.
Wheat 90e to $1.
Mill Feeds, Wholes tl
Mill run. $34 ton.
Wholesale to Dealers
Creamery butter, 30-33c.
Oranges, $3.7." to $5.50.
Bananaa 1 l
Lemons. $6 to $7.
Uraue fruit. Cat. $4; Aris $8. W
California cabbage. 5r.
Onions, trregnn.. 91 f0.
Turnips, 3 '.o sack.
Carrot. 81 25 sack
- -lettuce, $3.75 per crate. f
Potatoes. $1 cot f
Rweet potatoes. $3 75 hnshel. '
Radishes. 40c dosen bnnebeax
Comb honey, raaa. $8 25.
Asparagus. Cal, lie. Ore, 13c.
Paraler. 5ir dotes bnnekeo.
Fleets 7Sc HlBctes
Tomatoes, $2 OO per lug.
Hone- e,rrr,,-,- Zoc o
Apple. $1 60 tn $2 00.
CreamerT butter, 28c, 8e.
Flour, hard wDeat, $2 23.
Flour, soft wbtat. $1 75.
Sugar. $8 13.
PKATUM. May 28. The Loyal
Workers' Bible class held its
business meeting and class social
a: ti e home of Mr. and Mrs.
itiiarner. uter v were present iu.
1 r aftl a. a .
eluding many visitors. Snow balls,
maple leaves and roses, art'sfiV
call .irranpeo mde very attratl
tive decMrutiuns. Rev. Mr. M-f
Nes a iu. ( car Payne wer vi' lf
tors from alem. New officer!
for the coming, year were electe-l
as liit'W: K Hrniili. pre-i-leit ;
Mr. Morgan. K'--prsidnt ; Mrs!
I'aol S Ik. n.-retary; Mian .J-,sif
GXvzm-t, ".cafurer: Mr. 1,
Hrancli. orgimirt. Mr?. Paul SiU;
phorlt'r. !-in new iininbog
Joined the class. The class ha
now now 4?, members. 1
Farmers are buy planting
corn and' potatoes.
The Pratum potato warehouse
is being shingled.
XOTK K TO roTRA'TOKM
Notice is hereby given that tlitf
undersigned will receive bids uni
til i o'clock P. M.. June 6th, 1921,
'or the construction o' a cement
concrete sidewalk to be laid on
the eatt side of Commercial street,
between Mission anu Kearney
streets. In front of and abutting
upon Lots five (5 I and six (6) In
Hiock One ( 1 of George H. .lones
Addition to ihe City of Salem,
Also, for the construction of a
cement concrete sidewalk to be
laid on the East side of Commer
cial street, between Kearney and,
Bush Streets. In front of and
abutting upon the north 25 feet;
of Lot 7 and the south 25 feet of
Lot 8 both in Block 4 of Georg
H. Jones Addition to the City of
NOTICE OF SCHOOL MEETING AND ELECTION
Notice !s Hereby Given to the legal voters of Scnool District No. 24
of Marlon County, State of Oregon, that a School Meeting and Election
of said District will be held at Marion Hotel, on the 20th day of
June, 1921, at 2 o'clock in the afternoon and closing st 7 p.m., to
vote on the proposition of levying, a special district tax.
The total amount of money needed by the district during the
fiscal year beginning on June 20,' 1921, and ending on June 20,
1922, is estimated in the following budget and includes the amounts
to be received from the county school fund, special district tax, and
all other moneys of the district:
TEACHERS' SALARIES Elementary Teachers.
1 1 teachers at
11 teachers at
15 teachers at
G teachers al
2 teachers at
$ 990. CO per: annum
1.035.00 per annum
1,080 00 per annum.
1.125.00 per annum
1.170.00 per annum
2 principals at 1,400.00 per annum
4 principals at 1.500.00 per annum
lEIem. supervisor at $2,400.00 per annum..
Junior High Hrhool Teachers
6 teachers at $1,080.00 per annum
10 teachers at 1,125.00 per annum -.
11 teachers at 1,170.00 per-annum
5 teachers at 1,260.00 per annum
4 teachers at 1,350. 00 per annum
2 principals at 1,600.00 per annum
1 principal at 1,900.00 per annum
ftenior High School Teachers
4 teachers at $l,170.0tr-TJef"annum ,
f teachers at 1.800.00 per annum
teachers at 1,900.00 per annum
stenographer at 800.00
superintendent at 3,500 per annum...,
nurse at 900.00 per annum v
physician at 500.00 per annum ,
Substitute teachers, 730.00 per annum..
1 clerk at $780.00 per annum ,
JANITORS' 8ALARIES .
head janitor (12 months) at
$945.00 per year. 1,890.4)0
jab i tors at
assistant janitor (boy) at
assistant janitors (boys) at
Extra janitor service before
Grand total ....
2 Materials and supplies, segregated as to buildings:
Lincoln . .
Total . .
3. Maintenance and repairs, jtgregated as to buildings:
High school $3,800.00
Park . . I i . .
- i .
f ; .
Englewood . 1,423.00
Rent to y.M.C.A. for gymnasium
Interest on notes
Cost of taking census
Total estimated amount of money to be expended
for all purposes during the year . . . . . .
From c'ty school fund during com'g yr $34,000.00
From state school fund during com'g yr 9,000.00
From high school tuition i .j. 20,500.00
From elementary sctiool fund 24,000.00
Estimated amount to be received from
all other sources during coming
school year nil.. 6,500.00
Total estimated receipts, not including money to
be received from the tax which It Is proposed
tO VOte tr .;.
Total estimated expenses for the year$219,000.00
Total estimated receipts not including
the tax to be voted 14 94,000.00
Balance to be raised by district tix$ 125,000.00
Last year the levy was 13.3 mills ,?Thls budget will only require
a 10 mill levy. This is the lowest school levy in Oregon in s dis
trict of the first-class, and Is necessary In order to retain manual
training and domestic science in junior high school, school librarian,
school nurse and doctor and to care for the natural increase in next
The amount which could be raised; without exceeding the 6 percent
limitation law would be $107,000,004 The amount raised by direct
tax on this budget is $125,000.00. The difference Is practically what
the voters gave to the teachers two years ago In the nature of a
bonus, which has been retained In he salary schedule. Even this
gives Salem a lower salary schedule "than most of the other first
class districts in Oregon. 1 V
Dated this 28th day of May, 1921. m
' t! ii. HICKS.
OTTO HARTMAN. ,
U. O. SHIPLEY.
I LP. WHITE,
W. C. W1NSLOW,
Ik II. OLINOER.
PAUL B. WALLACE,
04 1. HALVORSEN,
Budget -Committee; School District No. 14; -
Germany has more regrets In
stock than any other nation in
the world. A few" added ones 1
should not affect the status of
affairs to any appreciable extent.
Don't take paraatlvea lor
stJpatlon thc7 act Harshly
lhy overstrain the dclieaU
membrane and leave the
Bowels lo a worse eontUtloa
"tlxao before, a II
eh. Dizziness. Blllonsness.
NervcHiaUaess, or loss ! Appe
tlle-Ovatef HmHmi-Gmf m hmW
pi CARTER'S LITTLE LIVER
iPlLLS take one alter eaca
meal and one at bedtime. A
Sew days treatment will pat
S'oMuvctf, Urf mm Bmwlm la
Wan PO SmaBltc
$1,500.00 per year $1,500.00
865.00 per year . :. 2,595.00
810.00 per year.', 810.00
765.00 per year. 2,295.00
720.00 per year.4 1,440.00
$180.00 per year 180.00
f J00.00 per year. . 200.00
opening of school year