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About The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980 | View Entire Issue (June 8, 1921)
Kate Pat Wert
Par Inaefiiu .
Tfcr Uieertiona e
One week (' UeiUuie) He
Bis a anlh eentract, par Bio 15.
IS avoetna' centred, er ma .. Ii
sjiaunaui fur aaf derlieeoeB,l S&e
flRB l.NSt'KA.NC'K SOCIETY
Thiflaon, Roland A Burghairtlt
Hesldent Agent al State Si.
"""MONEY TO LOAN
On Real Estate
T. K. FORD
(Over Ladd at Bush Bank)
HAWKINS & ROBERTS
2Q4-207 Oregon Building
" OUR OFFERINGS
el bom Including some of the
finest 1b the city. Our list of
terms Bnd acreage (a complete.
LAFLAR A LAFLAR
401-7 Orecoo Bids. Phone 1144
" NEW TODAY
WAXTKI ilRL a,t chkkkik city
LOST MAN 'H BLIK HKKOK COAT
fisaVr please leavl at htateemen of
WASTED BOY 13 YEAK.H OK AUK OK
ever to deliver a morning rout. aplen
iA apportunity for an ambitious hoy
la tarn some spare money and get nia
" firat business training. Apply iircu
Utiea Manager, Oregon Htalesioan.
ttWereace. temporary or permanent
Address "I . ' Htaleaioan.
JTBAWBERKIKS KOR CANNING. WIL
sea variety. "" cent par crate, 2
boa crates, pick yourself; 3 V-j mile
ia Polk county en old Putnam place
Brat picking thia week. Call at .';
. K. Commercial. Phone 1 3SR. J B
WASTED 8TKAWBKHRY P1CKKKS.
B J. Tl. Kt. V. Box 149. alem
LARGE 4 FOOT MILI, WtMHi. HAWKH
even Una-lb, 12 inch or li inrb;
(eerial price on 5-cord lot. SmidI
will wood. Kirat rlaaa IS inch old
fir. Ered E. Welle, :i. South Church
STRAWBERRIES FOR SAr.K 75e I' EH
rrata. Pirk tbam yourialf. Jo
tkkulti. pbona tnK4. K. a.
POB SALE WHITE LEGHORN COCK
k arala Irotn bigu rr'ortl bi-n. liJ
TOR RENT. SI MMER MONTH H Moll
ara 7 room bungalow, (urmabrd. I'bona
THE OREGON' EIRE RELIEF ASS .
giraa you three ear' iirtoram a (oi
tka pri-e of two annual premium. No
aaaaament. Safety. rri and nil
lalaction, and low col. iet j poln y.
M Htaadley Foley, gt , Muh Bjuk
Bblg. Pbone J47.
FOB BALE 1918 STCDEBAKKR s;X
cylinder; "new atorage battery; ear
laat averhauled and new $u j job pa.nl
lag, 35S N. Capitol. Photia 40.l.
RITLAKD HOTEI-14S NORTH COM
aertial. Roonia 60 up.
I ROOM HOl'HE 1 STORY, LIVING.
fining room, kitrhen, 2 bedroonia. 2
' porrhea, window a-reen and ahadaa.
,i toilet, light, woodahed, 2 lota on -or
lier. Prue 2,22S; rah. l.:t2S. See
L. A. Hay ford, 305 State atret.
'PO.TEK lOe CIGAR IH BElTEK
tkaii after dinner minta.
Br.rOrlK YOU BUY. LHJK OVER Tit E
fine Imine we hare for aale. All new
lictlnga. W. G. Krueger, 209 Oregon
fOK SALE I IhiZKN WHITE H.XTK
keaa and 1 rooetar. lr. ciliaon.
Varmint tkhj v anted -- call
Tarnar central or write W. C. Du.i -an,
;XI0ME AND A KISK VIEW OF CITY ;
1; 4 room houaa newly painted and ror
aer lot; with a fine garden: well
'worth the price 8 1. ". Caah to
handle, $5(mi. See L. A. Hay ford,
t 105 Stat atreet.
t WASTED BIDH TO PURNISH 35
card of aecond growth fir wood, lo
b delivered to arhool booae at Libert
diatnet No. 71 on or before Sept. 1
, Bid ahuuld be in the hand of the
. clerk before Jane IS. Fred L. Scott.
A Clerk, Salem. Ore. Route 4.
I ROOM MODERN HOf'SE. PARTLY
faraiahed, for aale at a bargain ; ba
'. electric lighta, hot and cold water.
. bath ai.d toilet, bament. larg lot ;
. near aehool in good diatnet: ready to
: .- Bear into Price for quirk aale 81750,
" tarsig half eaah. Would take amall. r
payment down to responsible party
S. R. PEARSON
408 IT. S. Bank Bldg.
. Pbone 014
WASTED HOUSEKEEPER OR HOUSE
; Xtaid. No. 340 North Liberty. Phone
WAXTED GIRL TO ASSIST WITH
haaaework in exchange for room and
heard. Mr. Max Buren, 745 Court
BMEMNG, LAWN. ODD JOBS IMINE.
OnahU nrica Phnna 34 7 M40 N
BHlKQLr.RS WANTED TO ROOF NEW
f at Cottage farm. F. A. Erixon.
l Maaonir Building
ORCHARD AND OTHER WORK
'i P"Ptly done with Fageol tractor.
rbaaa 905 or 17HHW2.
"AJITtD ENEROETIO YOUNG MAN
. kaa bad experience aelling life
Hf?"" ''ka or adeertiaing. Moat
abl to derot bia entire tima and
' v? "'bUloui for sdTancaiaent. ' Muat
" tha courage to preawnt bnaineaa
???,lJ,B to merchanta and profre
. . JJ""' "tea. Anawer in your own hand
writing atatiag age, educational qual
?Jia, experienca as aohritor, el.
- nr 111 jb HiaiMmsni aiiiM
fAWBERRY rrCKEKS WANTED
mH ,'. Rood picking. Good ramp
gravmd Call at Hunt Broa.
ikr, " IEN AITU WOMEN TO
" Un" Pr iubacriptiona. A food
jTJt'Won o ths right iieopl. Address
vt,', R"stn4l. Suteaman Bldg
' FOR SALE
h vulcanizino TirTrguTi"
Alhsa rTirmP 209 S. Mam S(
'a!L'ALfr:A!,AR BIRDS. Ntgbt
l3lTt.MrVE A . Phon.
Im81 8T. ANDREA SBUR0 K0L
Star ,'r" 'r'nd. Sweetest song
nf MkJ. vi,rJh- Ouaranteed Circular
- fo bonth 17th, Salem. Oregon.
THE OREGON STATESMAN,
THE NOKTIIWrsiT POfLTKY JOUK
: sal. The biggeet and bt le ine
weal. Tke live leagasiue fur liv
poultry men. 7i a jrar; 11 00 id
Halem Hand S rent fur mul iodav.
Tne Northweet Pohllry Journal. Haleni.
a?'aIf?B Mfalm Jt
i tr you want to oet tub bkht
farm paper, aend l!r to The Pacific
llok-lad. Helena Oregon, for a tare
nivnlbs trial a u beer if I mo. Mention
tli ta ad
I'klMKDA BAl.:i. rONMCKU BALM
of Kiga. Pboua Vn W
TRY THE NICKEL LLNCII AT 261
Court. Anything 5c
KOR HALE - KINK NE1TEO t K M
' I'ulKloen, for need. I'bone HkISW
FOR SALE A LARGE HIKE. TI E TV
of apace fur book and rnurd I'liuur
II S !
LARGE OREOON CHAM I'll IN tioOSE
barrira for aiiiiiliK. b. lb delivered
Snipped ready to ran, ll evtra
Ward K. Rirbardaon. 'JDtf't Front
I'lioiie your order. 44 4.
STANIIAKD EJCCIIANGB. S42 NORTH
Commercial street. Diamonda, watrbea,
muairal iDatrutueota, guua, rlotbing.
akoea, etc. Both new and uaed gooda
bought, aold or axebanged.
OPFICE8 AND STORES A BIO LOT
of nw books for aala at half priea.
WIRK HOP. LOGANBERRY. CHICKEN
wira. SUinbvxk. 373 Court a tract.
WANTED EVERY ONE TO TRY
Naaona paiata and aUins aold at tba
Capital Hardware A Furnitura Co.
285 N. Commercial tit Pbono 47
STRAWBERRY HAI.LIH KS, 82 25 PER
thouaand; rratea, 10c. Flat or abal
' low bus, not the regular nhape but
ma capacity and good quality. Reg
ular aiie. 86 Oil per tbouaand Ward
K. Richardaon. 2395 Front.
NEEDLE! RAFT STOCK TO BE SOLD
Ulider order of probate coart 1 will el
entire atock of the Needier raft Shop
belonging tu eatate of Clara A War
Her. deceaaed, nd aealed, bid may
be aubrnitted at the office of Condit
A Gloer, room 'J'.t, Oregon Building.
Salem, Oregon, at any time before lo
o'clock am. Tueaday. June 14. IM
Inventory and apprajaement of : re
atock and fixtures may alto be viewe.1
by prospective purchaaer at alice
office. May Warner Robert. Admii
latratrix of eatate of Clara V airier
THE WESTERN SONGSTER
SCHOOL AND COMMUNITY SINGING
As especially good aelection of tha aonga
you have been wanting with word and
auaaie complete. No matter bow many
ongbooka you have you ahould have
tbia one, containing the Oregon aonga
Pricea: Single copies, 25c; 16 renta
earb in. lota of a doirn or wore; $12 50
tba hundred, postpaid Second edition
printed aiu.e September.
OREOON TEACHERS MONTHLY
2 IS S. Commercial St Salem, Oregon
DRY FIR AND OAK WOOD FOB SALE
FIRST CLASS 16 INCTT OLD GROWTH
Iit. 9'J per cord. Phoue 1407.
CALL THE SALEM FUEL YARDS FOR
your wood and roal; offkc 753 Trad
Street. Pbona 529.
FOUR FOOT AND 10 IWCH WOOD.
87.50 per cord ; ' alao wood aawing
Either Broa. Pbona 204C
BOOM ADD BOARD
LEONARD HOTEL NEW MANAGE
Blent, clean, neat roonia with board if
deaired, after June 15th. 254 North
HOTEL REX. 75e AND UP. NE.W MAN
agemrnt. 462 Stale.
FOR KENT FURNISHED HOUSE
keeping room. No chrldrea. SIS N
FOR RENT LARGE SUIT OF ROOMS
first floor, with private bath. The
Alexandria. 1030 Cheiueketa atreet.
FOR RENT ROOM FOB GENTLEMAN
in modern bom and centrally locat
ed. Pleaa give nans and addreaa.
E. rar Statesman.
FOR RENT FIVE ROOM MODERN
bungalow, year or two year leaae: call
SI the place. 325 North 23rd Street,
between 7 and 9 p m.
GOOD FURNISHED HOUSEKEEPING
rasma; old couple preferred Good 6
room booae to rent. 1be Putnam
McLaren Co. Room 21. 180 North
F. U WOOD. 831 STATE ST, REAL
WANTED TO KENT MODERN HOUSE.
5 to 7 rooms, by July 1. Phone 821 J
HIGHEST PRICES PXlD FOR ALL
kindi of aecond band clothing. Pbone
WOOU SAW WANTED TO SAW 2KI
or da of wood. Inquire I.eteld store.
WANT TO SECURE 31.800 LOAN ON
good city real estate security. Soco
Itfeky. 341 State.
WANTED SEEDLING CHERRIES, ANY
quantity. See or writ, Ii. I'ohl A
Son. Salem. Ore.
WANTED USED HOUSEHOLD GOODS,
rangea and cookatovea, toola. men 'a
aaits and aboea. Liberty Exchange.
21 N. Coinmareisl. Phon 841.
WANTED LOCATION FOR BEES. II.
Kehb. Rt 6, Salem.
AUTO TOPS W. 0. WRIGHT, 171
AUTO TOPS, rPHOL8TERIXO. AUTO
painting. Hull Top Shoo. "Y" Bldg.
553 South I2th. pbone
BATTERY AND ELECTRICAL
VSIj BATTERY SERVICE STATION
Expert battery and electrical work
Karri Broa.. Pbona 103. 418 Court
TIRES AND ACCESSORIES
SMITH-W ATKINS, 147 NORTH III0H
Fiak. Bilvertoa Cord. Hood extra ply
tire. Everything for auto.
TIKE TROUBLE ENDS QUICKLY
when sent here for vulcaniung and
retreading. 422 South Commercial,
HOFFMAN A OKERBFRO TIRE REPAIR
shop; Tulraniiing. retreading. Ill N.
Commercial. Phona 804.
UNIVERSAL TIRE FILLER SERVICE
tales a Hares yon tirs troabt. 420
FORI1 TRAILER F0K SALE. J96 N
IOWA MACHINE SHOP FORDS RE
anfllir-"' r'i iiwsai 1 a
TJs StaUusaa Clssslflod Ads.
I s.-ripp Houfli Kport moilrl
I it .rl,iitN ii' ial prut
tiiaiittlriv i r:i uii.t otrrliaulril
l(t o lotiiiua
I I linlii.w. I m lil . x
I Mnarll . liwis laale fuuti bug.
i Sluilel.aki r ' I.
I Wftu re.pi mleil an. I overhauled
I HiwIkoii , 4i. t '.''
J lord Irii. k 'J"J eai h
I Kuril t r ii' k I Vjii
Ol.ESO.V Al TO r XI II AM.'"
''i-! t omiiier .1.1 Si 'hofe li'i
OABAOES AMD BEPAIB
TRACY 8 HT')RAGE OARAGE
CAPITAL GARAGE BL'ICK. RTL'DE
baker. Iladaon repairing. 17 South
Lilerty. I'bona nil.
SOITH COMMERCIAL GARAOE GEN
eral repairiug and overhauling. 4';)
S. Cooiwerrial St. Saleui.
ALTO ELECTRICIAN; EXPERT TROU
bla abooli&f. 23S North High. I'bone
TAIK OrUllMlS OAKjfUK T1KK8. AC
reaaoriea. uaed rara. Our work guar
antaad. 2641 Portland Koad. Pbona
TANDARD AUTO REPAIR SHOP
aeroaa from Argo, Cbeuaketa atreet
LIBBYS AUTO REPAIR SHOP 320
South Liberty, Pbono VOL
AUTO REPAIR SHOP L. MILLER. 245
Center. Pbona 890.
8AI.EM AUTO RADIATOR SHOP 1S
South 12th. Phona 2 8.
SPECIAL PRICES FORD REPAIRING
SerTica garaga, 803 N. Liberty. Pbono
J C. BAlft. RADIATORS, FENDERS.
Bodiea repaired. 444 Ferry.
0SEGONION BEACTT SHOP If ABCEX
vaviBg, hairdreaalng. 18S Soatb Oom
aaarcial. Phono 477.
COZY NOOK BARBER SHOP 1360
REMINGTON CONFECTION ERT. HOME
mad condia. confections, eg ara. inag
snaea. 12 72 State.
cleaned Phone 1
DR. U M. HUM CURES ANY KNOWN
diseaae 153 8 High St . Phon 288
DRESSMAKING 1299 South High.
DRESSMAKING LADIES' TAILORING
1335 Madiaoa Avenue.
DRESSMAKING, TAILORING 2720 I
Cherry. Phona 1678 M.
MRS. R, CARTER EXPERIENCED
dressmaker. Phone 197 1W.
JOSEPHINE FAXON DRE8SMAKING
1414 Miaaion street.
RUTH McADAMS DRESSMAKER. 756
South 12th. Phn 1824 M.
HATTIE WILLIAMS DRESSMAKING.
248 North Cottag. Phon 1552W.
ELETHA PRUETT DRESSMAKINO.
682 North Commarcinl. Pbona 1931W.
LADIES' TAILORING. DRESSMAKINO
Room 18, 265 Vs North Commercial.
4 Phon 1091.
CARRIE FISHER DRESSMAKING,
designing. Spencer corsets to order.
2 McComaack Bldg.
MBS. VARTY, DE8IGNEK AND MAKER
Lad tee ' Suits and Gowns. 7 MeCer
FULL LINE 8PRIN0. SUMMER DRESS
gooda. Mr. Each. Pbone 1471.
BREWER DRUG CO.
40 S COURT;
SALEM ELITE HEMSTITCHING,
ehaiaatitching. pleating, butteaa. 329
330 Oregon Big. Phone 379.
HEM STITCH I NO AND PICOTINO AT
tsrhmenl; worka on all sewing macb
lea; price 82; personal checks 10c
extra. Light Mail Order House, Box
l 271Birtnmyham, A ja
HAT SHOP MBN'B AND WOMEN'S
hats renovated and blocked 495 Court
LOANS I LOANS I ON CITY PROPERTY.
Let ns help yon bnild. Low rale of
interea! Laflar A Laflar. 40 407
MARION-POLK COUNTY FARM LOAN
association baa money to loan at six
percent. W. D. Smith, secretary trees
urer. 303 Salem Bank of Commerce.
FOR CUT FLOWERS CALL MRS E
A Bennett, 1O30 Cbeineketa atreel
BERRY TICKETS, 73a TER M. CP AT
229 North Commercial atreet.
BERRY TICKETS ALL KINDS;
&roinpt aervice, Bertelson, Printer, Y
PORCH BOXES BEDDING PLANTS
for sals. Smith's 301 North Commer
SALEM LAUNDRY COMPANY. 136 8.
Liberty street. Phone 25. Oldest
largest beet- Established 1889.
CAPITAL CITY STEAM LAUNI'KY
Quality work, prompt serv ic. 1384
Broadway Phon 168.
NICKEL PLATING WILLAMETTE
Plating Worka. refinishing and repair
ing 420 So. Commercial, pbone 278 .
KRUITLAM) NURSERY FRUIT, OH
narurotal. walnut and filbert tree
Office. 540 State street. Phone 1727
PAINT, WALL? APEX
8EE PORTER FOR IAINTS. WALL I
apr sad Picture Framing Good work
men 455 Court St- Phone 45
aasagaasvawssai i I isi
PAINTING THIS SPRING? GET MY
peice We ue lead and oil. Phone
DAVIS A STRAvcrTUArOH Ok.NK.HAi
coat rectors; painta. oil. wallpaper. 320
South Liberty. Phona 901
AUBREY H. CLARK, SUCCESSOR 'i O
Glenn L. Adame. Painting, paperhanx
kalanmintei. wrk e-"eenteed.
Terms reasonable. Phono 1396J; res,
ii.i south Winter.
PLUMBING. KEPAIRIN9 AND OOIL
work. Pbcne 15I7J. Shop. 1S7 Unlos
e atreet. A. L. Godfrer.
Uney HLatsmJui ClaaaLfled Ads-.
BEATRICE 8 HELTON -PIANO STUDIO
24i Marion. Pboua 12VM.
LILLIAN HARTSHORN PIANO. SU4
Nortb Cbur. Phona 17S
T S KOBEKTS - PI A NO, ORGAN.
South 1 41b Pboua 770
dan f. i.asoenbekg. (x;al
lcrby Bldg Phone 2u79.
LENA W A T E KM PIANO. 1472 II ILL
UOL1.IK BTYI.EH- VOICE. PIANO. 859
Center. Phone 2016K.
FRANKLIN LA UN Eli -- rlANO. 26S '
ortb litb. I'bone 1415
JULIA MILLS WE1GEL. PIANO. 1560 i
South Church. Pbona 139 IK.
F. I. MILLER VIOLIN; OTHER
string instruments. 419 Marion hotel.
LICILE ROSS PIANO. OKOAN.
North Liberty. i'bona 1187W.
M ATT IE GILBERT STRING 1.V8TKU
menu, 1572 Slate. Pbone 1156 K.
SALEM CONSERVATORY OP MUSIC
All branches taught, diplouia'a granted
Join K. Sitca. director, 1237 Court
WENDELL HELM TUNTNQ, REPAIR
ing. Phone 492.
EDWARD WELP EXPERIENCED
piano tuner. Leave ordara Wills
H. W. BALLANTYNE, TUNER. PLAY
era a specialty. Phone 352. Cher
riugton Piano House.
PIANOS, PLAYER PIANOS; NEW.
ued. J. W. Talimau. 121 So. Com' I
CHERR1NGTON PIANO 'HOUSE. HAN
dies Bush Laos celebrated pisao
415 Court. Pnsn 352.
WANTED CONFINEMENT CASES AT
private aoepital. 1 have beat of equip
ment. Pbone 1959J.
MISS GOODHUE TAKES 8U3SCR1P
lions for all msgaiine. 251 Bo. 17lh
street. Phone 741M.
ROOF8 RE8HINGLED. CLEANED. RE
paired, painted or tarred. Phono Kayea
REPAIRING AND SHARPENING
CUTLERY GRINDING. LAWN MOWERS
safety raxora, etc. Stewart's Repair
Shop, 847 Coort atreet.
BEN WHEELER EVERYTHING RK
paired. General aharpening, ehlinney
eweep. 1485 N. 17th st- Pbone 1418W
COMMERCIAL SHOE SHINING PAR
ler. 171 North LiliTrty. ('leaning:
ci ing. all kinds of sboek First class
work, guaranteed. Run by American
WILLIAM'S SHOE SHOP 195 SOUTH
SCHOOL OP ECONOMICS
Lessons given in dressmaking, cutting,
fitting, ladiea' I aiioriug. millinery,
oil painting, china painting and water
colore. Mra. Bullock, 212 South Cot
tage, Phone 16J0M.
PUBLIC STENOGRAl-TaUK 40
onie Bldg. Pbene 17H.
DE LUXE STUDIO. KODAK FINISH
ing 147 North Commercial.
STOVES BTOVB BXPAIBXVO
STOVE REPAIRING, REBUILT. COILS,
connect ion a. Will call and clean, pot
lab at house. 371 North Commarcinl
STOVES REBUILT AW REPAIRED
40 years experience; Depot National
fence, aises 26 to 28 ins. big Psints
oil and earniabea. etc logon berry and
bop hooka. Salem Peace and Store
Worka. 250 Court street- Pbono 134.
SECOND HAND 000 DS
WE BUY AND SELL SECOND HAND
good of nil kinds, pipe fittings, bar
boss, collars, collar pads, tools, sad
chains. Fred Schindler. 358 Center
SALEM SCAVENGER GARBAGE. REF
see of all kiada removed. CeaeVeele
elasned Phoae 167
FRANK PALM MERCHANT TAILOR.
294 North Commercial
LAN HAM TAXI COMPANY PHONE
THE OREGON TAXI TRANSFER CO..
Liberty A Ferry. Pbone 77. Dry
alab. 16 inch wood for aale.
G. M. VORIS, TRANSFER, HAUL
fruit and produce. Phone 17B8W2.
CHAS CHANDLER GENERAL TRANS
fer; office, stand, Clark's Tirs Mouse,
MERCHANTS' COOPERATIVE PARCEL
delivery, messenger service, baggage,
trunk a. any part city, 50 cents. 179
South High. Phona 230.
CAPITAL CITY TRANSFER CO. 226
Stat St, phone 933. Distributing,
forwarding and atorage our apeeialty
SALEM SII.VKKTON STAtiE '
O E Depot New Stand
7 oo am. 8:15 am
1 1 (HI a m. 1 :00 m
5:00 p m. 0:15 m
MONMOUTH STAGE ,
Leave Salem o E dcjiot 7 :00 am.:
llroii am., 5:00 p.m.
Leave Monmouth Hotel 8:15 am
1 :oo p m . li 1 p m i
Leave I ndrpenilenie Hotel 8:30 am.:
1:15 p in , b:30 p m. !
Special tripa by appointment.
Seven paenger car for hire.
J W PARKER, Prop !
'Kes. phone 615 Buaineaa phone 7j
SALEM WATER. LIGHT A POWER CO.
Of firs, 801 South Com 'I 8k Tea per
rent disi-oont on domestic (1st rstes
paid in advanc. No deductioaa for ab-
aenc or any raua unleae water I
hut off your premise.
WHERE TO EAT
WHITE CI-OUD TEA HOUSE CHINA
dishes, noodle, free danefng. Open
am. 1 at night. llOV, N. Coui'l.
DR. O. L. RCOTT. P. . C. CHTROPRAC
tor, 809-12 U. 8 Bank Bldg Phen.
87: Res. 82 8 R.
FOOT CORRECTIONAL SPECIALIST
Appliance from individual impressions
Satisfaction guaranteed. Chss. K.
Tatro. Mason ir Hldg Pbane 443.
L'ne HLsUMniaat sJinsstintxl Ails
U"? WHITE AND MARSHALL. See
L. S National Bank Bldg.
D1h.W U MERCER, OSTEOPATHIC
Phyaicisn .bI aurgeon: Klrkavi U
rtSt"lis. 405 U 14 'at lonai Bank
Bldg. Pbona, t)ff(f, aiu.
Da. JOHN I LYNCH. OSTEOPATH IC !
- . , ,,. .o,,. riea oar 6 j
GLASSES FITTED BY 1K I. r B( k
d'tle at the Bow Optical Company.
3.5 Stale atreet, oppo.it Ladd and
UNITED SPANISH WAR VETERANS,
'if"'" 5-r"or?L y.lr;t.Third Mondays
CAN A III IMPROVED FARMS-FX I
cbana-e Oregou (arms Wettichensl
i.iuiueii, v aigary. Alberta
FOK HALE DESIRABLE TIVE RtXJM
bouse with garsge. modern except
liaaemeiit. ck.se to paved strret and
car line. Convenient location. Price
right with terms For appointment
phon owner 494. or avrnings 631 M.
GOOD HOME BUYS
New 4 room bungalow and 2 fine large
lt in South Salem, one block from
car line Snap 31.275; terms
New 5 room bungalow, large lot. nice'
location, .louth Salem. s. boo good
Good Idaho farm to exchange for farm
near Salem. v
For good buys and exchanges sea u '
Potatoes at bUc per each
PERRINE . MARSTERS i
211-12 Gray Bldg. I
Six room bouse witb basement, 32100,
easy terms. Four room bouse, 865o'.
Three room bouse, three lots, 8700. 232
acre farm, mostly bottom land, 375 per
acre, take city property half value. o
acree timber land to trade for bouse
Vaut loan 3150O. Want to buy three or
four room house
F, L, WOOD
341 State St
5 room modern except beat, basement sni
garage, screened in porch. rmmt
nalka; fine ho cioa to school and
car line. Price jmly 32. '.j0.
Good aix cylinder car for acreage or
city residence; pay differen-o
5. 10. 2o acre fruit tracts, for Salem
Real Eatat Agency
100 Gray Bldg
REAL ESTATE TRADERS YOU CAN
find a number of gf d propositions
either as trade, or buys in easy pay
meats of land or bungalows. Cbaa
W. Nielli eyrr. Masonic Ttinple. Salem.
FOR SALE 5 ROOM PLASTERED
bungalow: bath, electric lights, dutch
kitaen Price 31. 250
5 room cottage : bath, electric lights, large
lot, bearing fruit. Price $2,100.
6 room bungalow; bath, electric lights,
built in features. Price $2,7o0.
6 room strictly modern bungalow; fur
nace, fireplace, all built in feature,
in fine condition; an excellent buy at
MRS. WINNIE PETTYJOHN
275 State street Phone 51 5
W. H. Grabenhorst A Co.
FOR SALE CORNER Lor t) NORTH
Chnrch and I) street, and other ex
cellenl lots on D street.
A splendid farm near town, with all
equipment and furniture, for aale
A fine farm near Turner. Will take Sal
em property in trade.
Many bouae close m for sale.
GERTRUDE J, M PAGE
Phone 1186 492 N. Cottage Street
6 BOOM PLASTEREr HOUSE; BATH
toilet, cement basement, foundation
and walk : 14 acre of land planted UJ
bearing fruit; 1 block to paved atreet;
8 block to car. 33.250. 31,000 cssh
balance 6 percent U. 8. Bells. 4J
ARE YOU CONTEMPLATING BUILD
ing in the near future! If ao I want
yon to aee the pretty building lota I
have for aale al 8600 en N. 14th St.
only two block from street car line.
Just across Mill street bridge sewer,
water and electric lights' now placed.
Also have four lota facing A street
at 3350. Call oa N. Sclig. at 595 N.
FIVE ACRES OP GOOD LOfJANBEB
ries, all trained on wire, will hav good
rrop ibis year. Two-room houae, well
located close ti Salem. 32,800. The
Putoam-MrLaren Co. Roots 21, 180
North Commercial street.
A fine farm of 160 acree, with good im
provrmrots, near paved road, only 2
mile from KR station, 10O acres in
cultivation. Pri only 800 per cre.
He this if you want a good dairy
and grain ranch.
A good 3 room house and fin lot on
paved street, s good buy. Price $800
A borne al email cent. n
2 1-2 acrea in Ktngwood Terraces, price
3600, an excellent building site. All
MILLS & COPLEY
33114 State atreet.
A BUSINESS PROSPECT
A desirable opening for a rooming and
boarding businesa of the better class
on a fine cloe in corner with a pos
aible accommodation of 11 mom
Price retimed ami open for a limited
time only. Consultation welcomed.
311 Stale street
A NICE 4 ROOM HOUSE. FURNISHED
in oak, $50 worth of wood. Investigate
this. Some terms.
( 4 room house, $550.
7 acres limber: tsoo cords: 30OO. Bee
LOOSE & PATTON
370 Vj State St.
2 14 acre tract located eloe t south
Commercial ktrect cara line. 4 room
liouac, nearly all in bearing fruit I'm e
2. MOO; $l..o0 dosn. balance terms
1 acre tract, coed 5 room platered houe.
well, some fruii uravel street Tri.e
Jl acre tract, well improved, good h
room platered bungalow, bath, toilet,
hot and cold water' good barn anil
ether ne.eary out building: garaire
5 acre of prune. 4 S a-ret lIn.
"l air- m full bearing: half acre
rrd raipberrie. blackberne. 2 acres
clover, good road and clone in: will
ronider itood hme in Salem up to
$4. OHO a part payment Price $l.'.Ooo
10 acre all cultivated. 3 acre of fine
bearing strawberries, balance lia
Price $2.lioo : tervus
i4 acre orchard. 27 acre hearing- prune.
5 acre loganberries. u room bouse.
barn rock road located south of
Halem Price $13 3011.
I Cm acre m I of good -oil. 90 a re
iilufr Ian I. balance pasture and umber.
running waier. good road. I'ri e
S 111 Ooii ; ! rn.
11 room houe. located on paved street
hearing fruit Fiice S2.rliMi-. term.
Two good l"'.s eight blocks soii'n of
Push ban- rorr.er. Price $900.
if you are looking to buy. trade or re'.l.
W. H, Grabenhorst & Co,
175 b!ae street
WEDNESDAY MORNING. JUNE 8 1921 '
FOR HA I. F. SIX ROOM BUN.JY..OW.
strictl nuiderk , lull rruei.l u i.-ni ut.
raved streets, car lilt , i lnaa in
FOR SALE TWO CORNER LOTS ON
Norway and Hummer streets, Ooxl.'u,
Price 885o Call I UFA
'OR SALE A CHOICE rORNKR LOT
oe -ar line, cheap, alao 5 room house
and lot with sbunJaace of fruit an. I
garden in: immediate posnession. tall
t Hm:i Mbipping.
Best Buys and Exchanges
Kin acre. Inn cleared, good improve
incut; 10 cow, ti heiter. ti calve.
4 home. chu-kena, 2 hogs: all
implement ami tool neceary 10 work
the rain h ; 2 mile from town. 1 4
n. lie from pavement, only 175 per a'-re.
term On account of sickness tin
iiiut be sold at on. e
3i a lev, good improvements, best of
soil, .line to Salem: half cleared, want
to trade for larger ranch.
'-" acre, modern improvements, drier:
lo a re beating prunes: want a snial
ler ranch : balance easy terms.
bu a'-re close to Salem, to exchange
for city property
15 a-re, CVa bearing prune. 4 1 2 lo
gan Iti.ooo; 1,. iio i ash. balam e
7 room strutly modern residence, paved
street and carline; garage; you can
buy this for tea than the coat of cos
struct ion now.
room modern bungalow: pavement.
close in. 33. 750 half cash.
B room modern bungalow ... pavement.
good condition. 33.250.
7 room strictly modern new bnngalew;
pavement. 88.000: terms
7 room strictly modern bungalow. Salem
4 room, two lot; sll garden goes 31.3O0
'i rooms modern S1.350; 85u cash, lial
am e term
341 Stata St
line 23 acre prune farm in Rosedale
district in high state of cultivation:
fine H rdorn modern bouse, gsrage and
dryer; trade for large atock or grain
House und 4 lot: trade fer small tra-t
Salem property or Portland property
have a Urge list of houses, priced to
'I on easy terms
THOMASON &. ROWLEY
331 State street
See the 4 room plastered cottage with
3 4 sire of ground I am offering for
81.UO0: it s a genuine snap.
Alw) the 7 room house in city limita with
plenty ef fruit at 32,250. You can't
229 OREGON , ahoiao
ARTHUR E. PETERSEN
229 Oregon Bdg.
5 ROOM HOUSE ON CAPITAL; AlVl
four room bouse on Jefferson street ;
will take auto a part payment.
' a.res on paved road: inuat be sobl
SQUARE DEAL CO
Co U. S. Bank
$1,500 TAKES 3 LOTS AND SMALL
cottage iu on of the choicest loc
tions on Fairmount Hill.
A. C. BOHRNSTEDT
407 Masonic Temple Salem, Oregon
PROPOSALS FOR SUPPLIES
The Oregon State Board of Con
trol will receive sealed bids on
June 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 Bureau of
the Portland Chamber ol Com.
merce Each hid shall be accom
panied by a certified check repre
senting 10 per cent of tbe whole
amount bid, payable to the Ore
gon State Hoard of Control, or
where tbe ten per cent amounts to
1500' or more, a surety bond from
some company authorized to do
business in Oregon, will be accept
ed In place of the check. Tbe same
shall be held as a guaranty of the
faithful performance of the con
tract. The board reserves the
right to reject any or mil bids or
to accept any part of a bid.
R. B. OOODIN,
Secrettary Oregon State Board of
XOTKW TO OONTR.CTORS
Sealed bids will be received by
the Oregon State Board of Con
trol, Salem, Oregon, at 2 p. m..
June 14, 1921. for the complete
remodeling of the cntra heatlnK
plant at the Oregon State School
for the Deaf, at Salem, Oregon.
The work includes installation of
new concrete, trenches and mains;
the complete remodeling of the
heating system in the main build
ing; and minor changes in the
boiler house and dormitory.
Plans and specifications may be
obtained at the office o' Jay II.
Keller. 613 Worcester Buildine;.
Portland. Oregon, or at the office
of the Oregon State Board of
Control. Salem. Oregon, upon re
ceipt of a check for $15.00. Said
check will be refunded upon re
turn of the plans.
A certified check for 5 per cent
of Ljie total amount of the propos
al shall be filed by each bldde-,
and the same shall be made pay
able to R. B. Cioodin, Secretary.
The check po deposited shall tie
forfeited to the State of Oregon
should the successful bidder fail
to euter into a contract and furn
ish bond to the amount of 50 per
cent of the contract prle?. Checks
filed by unsuccessful bidders wil'
be returned promptly.
The right is reserved to accent
or reject any or all bids, or to
waive anv informalities In bids.
R. B. OOODIN, Secretary.
Orrod S'ate Board of Control.
X-Rays go Through Walls
Of Bricks, Says Savant
PARIS June X-rays pas
through brick walls and have in-j
hired ttersons in buildings adjoin
ing laboratories, members of the
Academy of Sciences '.are Just
been told by Professor Contrs
moulin. a radiograph expert. He
advised that x-ray laboratories be
completely enclosed in lead sheet
ing a quarter of an inch thick
It has been found. Dr. Contre
nioulin said that rays sufficiently
powerful to be useful In treating
cancer, have affected persons In
rooms on other side o' thick waPs
and in apartments above and be
low the radiograph room.
WHOLE MILK I
AND PRODUCE WANTED
Marion Creamery & Produce)
Salem, Oregon Phone 2488
3ALEM MARKETS I
Eggs and roultry
Eggs, 15 to ic.
Men, heavy. I Mi
lieus, medium, 17c.
Hen, light, l'l.
Broilers. 20 23c
Old reveler, o lOe.
Pork. Mntteo and kvd
Top ling. SM fti.
Dressed hogs, l-'r.
iv.'ii Lamb. 3 to 4c
1 I Milk lambs. 4 to 5r.
Meef steers, 5 to be
Cows, 3 5c.
Top veal, f2c.
Oat anil velrn bay. $20.
(heet hay. 820
Oat. 45 5Jf
a Mill reeds. Wholesale
miii run, ion.
Wholesale to Dealers
Creamery butter, 32, 33c.
Orange. 83.75 to 35 50.
Lemons, 36 to 87.
Grape fruit, Caf. $4; Arts 84.80
Florida $8 50.
California cabbage, 5c.
Onions, Oregon, 31 50.
Turnips, $3.50 aack.
Cerrota, 81.35 each
Lettuce, $3.75 per crate.
Potatoes, 31 cwt.
Sweet potatoes. 88.76 boahot.
Radishes. 40 doien bunches.
Comb beney. esse. $H 25.
Asparagus. CaL He, Ore.,. 13e.
Parsley, 50 dote eaaebes.
Beets. 75e dosen beaches
Tomatoea. $2.00 nor hg.
Honey, extracted. Zo lb.
Straw berriea. 5c.
Apples, 81.60 to $2 00.
Creamery butter. 33 37c.
Eggs. 22 25c.
Flour, hard wheat. 32 25 12 (10.
Flour, soft wheat, 81.75 $2 oo.
Sugar. 37.49 37. 05.
Adele Garrlsoa'a New r haute Of
REVEUTIONS OF A WIFE
WHY M AIK.K R KG RETTED HER
"TILT" WITH ALLE.V DRAKE
With a mental wrench my
thoughts came back at Lillian'
words to the "urgent business"
nhe had mentioned and I had com
pletely forgotten for the few min
utes of my colloquy with Allen
Her admonition to "hnrrj"
must mean that only the time ne
cessary to eat Betty's promised
special dinner separted me from
the meeting I so dreaded, the fad
ing of tbe woman , who bad
wrecked my mother's life, and
who was n6w destroying tie hard
ly won tranquility of my father's
I had a swift qualm of con
science over the undeniable fact
that Mr. Drake's nonsense had
been potent enough to make me
forget the serious purpose that
bad brought me to Lillian's borne.
Then I realized that the Httte
mental parrying bad been Just
what I needed, that the contro
versy bad given a fillip to my
spirits which had put in the back
ground all my nervous tremors.'
"Rut, I Didn't
I squared my mental bhouidcrt
with the determination lo be
worthy of Lillian's faith in me,
and all her arduous work on the
problem confronting me, that of
saving my father's porketbook
and peace of mind without hi
knowledge. I must have given
some physical gesture indicating
my frame of mind, for Mr. Drake
looked down at me curiously as
be walked i'lto the dining room
with Lillian and me.
"Getting ready for the fray?"
he asked in his usual indolent
drawl; but I noticed with sur
prise that the mocking, note was
gone from his voice. Instead his
tone was interested, friendly.
I started, flushed, for his quick
reading of my thoughts embar
"Yes, I am." I stammered.
"But, I didn't "
"Know Mr. Drake was In on
this?" Lillian interrupt", from
tbe other Bide of that gentleman
"Sure thing! I wouldn't have been
able to get so complete a line of
dope on the lady if I hadn't per
suaded him to call out his re
serves." "Mrs. Underwood does me tod
much honor," Mr. Drake rejoined.
"1 really was able to help but
"Just supplied the one missing
link without which the whole
chain would have been useless.-'
Lillian asserted warmly. "But I
see Hetty's trapped chicken jelly
is already in place, and it is worth
our lives to tarry. She has that
at just the light degree of frigid
ity, and If we don't do full Justice
to it "
What Madge Concluded.
"I infer we will be minus one
perfectly good hostess?" Mr,
Drake asked as he drew her chair
out. seated her with no appear
ance of haste, jrt so swiftly and
deftly that he was drawing out
my chair as Lillian answered:
"Your inference is only too cor
rect." he said. "Still I hear no
sounds of disapproval from the
kitchen, so I fancy we're a'e.
But don't dire to leave any of
this. It Is one of Betty's pet re
cipes." It was Indeed a delic'ous con
coction, a sublimated Jellied,
chicken broth, reasoned exnertly
and chilled to Just ths right de
gree. We did full Justice to it in
silence, but my thoughts, at least,
For I felt that it was an Irony
of fate that I should owe a debt
of gratitude to this man with
whom I had lust been mentally
jousting Jn what wis perilously
Bf-ar an undigniried BtiuaOWe. l
was glad of tbe opporlonlty to
keep my upon the exqulalte
bouillon cup before me.
As Hftty sailed majestically in
to the room at Lillian's signal to
remove the bouillon cup. Mr.
Drake s low murmur reached my
ears. 1 looked up tiulckly, lotinl
tain. eye, fixed on mine with an
expression of iioy'Hh 1 riondllneM
fur different from the lazy scrut
iny with will, h be had regarded
I.et' call It a triTce. I'm sor
t if I lau tit- a ' he went on. tak-
ling, advantage of the fact that
Lillian was engaged in giving nn
ty a Ibw-toned direction.
1 flushed nwkardly. There was
uch a difference In his entlra
manner from what It had been In
the living room that I could hard
ly bring myself to believe In h a
sincerity. Vet nothing less l"011
out of his -yes, sounded In bis
voice. I could only conclude that
the reme morn nee of the unpleas
ant errand which confronted m
had effectually shut nom hl min1
h1s desire to tease me, to belit
tle my mentality.
(To be continued.)
Big Oregon Concerns to
, Earn Reduction in Rate
; Some of the largest contribu
tors to the etats Industrial acci
dent fund have formally notified
the commission to the effect that
they propo.a to take advantage of
the opportunity to secure a reduc
tion in rate tor work In accident
prevention, as provided by one of i
the amendments to the compensa- -tlpn
Included i.i the list-are the fol
lowing: : ! Hammond Lumber vompany.
flawley Pulp & Paper company.
Northwestern Electric company.
Crown Mills. Marshall-Wells com-
pany. Crown-Willamette Paper
company, American Can company,
feastern Oregon L'ght & Power
company, Sicolal Door Manufac
turing company. Booth -Kelly
Lumber company, Peninsula Lum
ber company. Westport Lumber
company, Honeyraan Hardware -company.
Smith & Watson Iron
Xviirks. Eastern & Western Lum
ber company. Oregon Brass works.
Valley & SileU Railroad company.
Standard Oil company. Oregon Ag
ricultural college. Falls Clty-Sa-Jem
4 The requirements of the amend
ment include thez organization or
afetv committee and the carry
ing 'on of educational work in ac
cident prevention. The amend
ment becomes effective July 1.
WEST SALEM NEWS
: An eipht-pound daughter
born at the home of Mr. and Mra.
Charles Philips on June 4.
Mrs. Harry Philips left recent
ly for Missouri where she wt!l
spend a few months with her
The Ladies Aid society of West
Salem was entertained at the
home of Mrs. F. G. Brock Wed
nesday. About 22 were present,
and aTter a t-usiness session games
were played and later refresh
ments served. ,
Rev. A. Hawthorne, tbe Weat
galem pastor, will be graduated
from Kimball School of Theolog?
Friday. He Is successful In ' tbA
ministry here and has tbe con
gratulations of tbe community.
Roman Cab Driver Beats
Yank at Boasting Game
ROME June 7. They are tell
ing a story In the Roman cafes of
how an American visitor to Rome
came off second best in a boasting
contest with Roman cab driver.
: The American u'jdertoo'c to see
Rome In a oay and used tbe cat)
drWer as a guide. The American
was driven to all the great Roman
monuments and took great Inter
est in tbe buildings, always ask
ing bow long each took to build.
At St. Peter's, tbe cab driver
confessed that it took GO years
to complete that s'ructure. Tho
American did not think that was
"eh a great feat for he was cer
tain such a building could be
built in America in two years.
Other large churches, like St. John
Lateran, tbe visitor said, could he
built in a year or even six months.
Finally tbey were passing the
Italian law courts.
"What's that," inquired the
"I don't Vrnow," retorted tho
driver. "It wasn't, there last
SOLS BY DOJGGtSTS HBntlitJX.
Relieves ' -Cciistipation
Don't take pnroaittvcs lor Cos
vUpaUoa tbey act harshly
Uly overstrain th tfelleata
nfemhrane axsaA mnm
Bowels In m worse coatUUow
Uua beJorc IJ
a eta. Dlzwfn.- tllliA . .
Ncnrovuness, or loss ol Appe
rHIM Baa- aX-
l - a ejw.naia - aw a awrn
wa a K.K'3 L11ILE UVUt
JILLS take one alter cadi
mcai ana osse at lUiae. A
lew days' treatment will pat
srsmacft, uvi mam Bmwlm la
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