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1 NORWICH UNION
( riRB INSURANCESOCIKTT
ThteUoa. Roland A "turKtiartft
ftcwident Agent 871 Btata St.
' j MONEY TO LOAN
On Rett Batata
t" T. K. FORD
! (Oyer Ladd A Bush Bank)
, HAWKINS & ROBERTS
',204-207 Oregon Building
. LOANS REAL ESTATE"
W (mare aoviklng We hat the money
te Im ljr back like rent Our
farm and city property lists are eonv
aVleia, baa as first,
JOA-7 Oregoa Bldg. . , Phone 1644
If you are looking for a home
.in or around Salem, see .
. ED. LOOSE
. 370 W State Street
NEW ; TODAY
JTRY . A "FOHTER" 10e CIGAil A
Com sraose. ask yoor aeaier.
eLEAVK YOI'R FILMS AT THE CAP-
uoi irrug more. ; in at , at o tney re
MONEY TO LEND ELMO 8. WHITE,
403 Masonic Bids. Salem, Ore.
FOR RENT MODERN FURNISHED
three room apartment. Phone 159.
FOR? SALE PEERING BINDER, FOR
.-. table and tongue truck. 1919 model;
t good as new. Phone or 3.
FOR RENT UNFURNISHED THREE
- .. Mu.m .Ti.ttmanl with hatk-nuim k it-
ehenette and sleeping perch. 991 N.
'WANTED LOGANBERRY PICKERS
" Monday morning the 25th. Several
' days' work. East l. St. near Powers
dryer. o kindergarten. M. . Get-
t WANTED HOUSE WORK IN SMALL
. family. 'Has H. 5th Bt.
'FOR 8ALJE OOOD YOUNO REGISTER
" ; ed Jersey row. $7S. Will take part
' ' train. March hatched .Armstrong
" i white leghorn roosters. 1. I'houe
1 8K82. . . "
WANTEtt PARTNER TO TAKE HALF
4 interest in best paying storage garage
la nairni. loo mocu mrsinvsa ivr
i man. Small capital needed. See Mr.
. Tracy at Tracy ' Garage, 544 Ferry
M., Balem, ure. ;
WHY NOT CARRY TOUR IS8URASCE
" with a home company! The McMinn
' J Tills Co. gives the r best protection
k ? money can boy. Phone 347, Sundley
Feley, Agts., uusn utni mog.
FOR SALE A FINE SOW AND, EIGHT
pigs.- rnone oiirea. s
FULL SIZE ALL STEEL BED SPRING,
' .trade for rhirkens er vtht have yout
, Address care Statesman.
GARAGE FOR BIST. 374 X. SUMMER.
m - unnciv Fl'fiVISHF.T)
I un w ...... -mi - - - -
anartBient. No children. 610 North
nrlrTiri'i. tl'tr.IttV ICS ABE VIaSO
xir.At3ivwM . . . . - .
. slightly shop worn, for less .than i bait
- price.' juiims nwn,
: Commercial. . :
"rkshinolin done BY DAY OR JOB
. Satisfaction guaranteed. Phene iOttrj,
. Free estimste. -
PIANO BARGAIN LADY IN EA8T
' will sell her fine piano, used only few
1 months, at big sacrifice. Terms - to
responsible party. Call 430 Court St.
Asa 10 see airs. y
ONE FINE' BUILDISO LOT ON PAVED
0n choir front lot, tlo In, street
wj have a large list of lots at ery
' reasonable' pnees.
-sum. State St. Phone 175
"lS acres, good 7 roam house, hot and
eold water, har. and other buddings.
.11 acre of fine yonng orehaVd, good
f crop of prunes, only a mile from Salem
. goo ": .
stock and tooia, eo.auu.
thia place, tefore yon bur.
831 H State St : ; ; "''
sJL WANTED AT ONCE AN EXPERHfNC--Tt'
id teamster with small family to haul
wood. Phone 23.
, Wanted max with team to
: A bank wooo, van .
.fer. ... - : .-
PIANO AND BRUNSWICK SALESMAN
wsnied for Mnrion county. Straight
commission. Inquire 105,; care States
EDUCATED MAN. MOVING TO CITY.
' wants employment - in grocery, - aatr
t 'er ether business. Will tske part in
. terest. See BoaaU C. Glover, Hnb
bard Bldg. - v. .
WAHTIT ENEROETTV TW58 MAh
whe hag had experience selling lif
m i Inaurssce, stocks -r dvertiaing. - Mns'
be able te devote his entire time and
; be ambitleua for advaacemeaL Musi
i have ths tesrsge te present Easiness
" . proposiUoB te merchssU and profes
toaal smb. Answer la yonr ow head
WTitmg stating age. edueatioBsl oual
j Uieetioas, experienee aa aolieitor. etc
, "MHwit I if . Btateswsw offlee
WANTEIWMA)! WITH SELLING ABIL
' TWt aato access it y on the
,. "arket. Caoaiisions are very large
. s A . hustler can make moirr ea com-
" fhcrry City Hotel
' ' ' ' 1 ' ; UMUL TOC-Lg " ':
"f Ws.IILT UT WOMEN TO
ItlT" "cn-tlens. A rood
8e.0Hlead, Eutea-aa Bldg
-Wslubl;t-XP,C?,1:sctD ' MAGAZISE
and!! tori- owner of uo.
wwkw sell sobs.r.p-
5... .. cssins snd poultry
t.,,. " eommia.ion.'com-
' A nnli fi.JT. r capable man.
, mB,tVrtBU" -rer, Oregon
. Classified Ads. m The
e Stateart Bring Results
THE OREGON STATESMAN, SALEM, OREGON
CATHOLICS WISHING TO MARRY
Particulars frw. AHdrmt Horn Club
V Box 23, (irsnd Us puis, Mirb.
FACIAL SCALP TREATMENTS: YIO
let r ; maaieoring. shssnpooing;. Or
eeon Betb house, rhona 540.
CAHII GROCERY FOR SALE. WITH
v pleasant living rooius. .Owner, 2095
North &tn strt. M. R. Pearson.
YVH HALF. OE.NKKAI. MERCHANDISE
tore, doing better than $O,0U0 annual
bositi-ss. Stock now approximate
$I5,0O0. Can be reduced so that
tlU.OlMi will handle. Own bnilding
5bxSO wbirh ran be leased. If you
desire a good business location inves
tigate this buy. Address. N. Helig,
rails City, Ore. or ea!l 595 N. 14th.
Hstem, for farther information.
OK BALE CAXA.R'i BTKDB. Night
infer. Mrs. E. A. Bennett. Phone
12tJ. I08O CbetneheU
CHAS. F. SMITH ALADDIN READY
cut houses. 4bi Oregon Bldg.
POULTRY MEN BEND EIGHT TWO
rent stsmps for special three months'
trial for the best and oldest journal
in the west. The articles and adver
tisements sre of special interest to
the poultry breeders of the northwest.
Northwest Poultry Journal. fl5 Com
mercial tit., Balem, Oregon.
TUB NORTHWEST POULTRY JOCR-
aaL The biggest and beat Ib she.
wast. Tba live magasina for lire
' poaltrymen. 7Se a year; 11.00 in
Bslem. Bead 6 eeata for ssmpla today.
Tba Northwest Poultry Journal. Salem.
OrvM Mentinn this ad
CP TOO WANT TO GET THE BEST
farm paper, send lSe to Tba Pacific
Homestead. Salem, Oregon, for three
months trial subscription. Mention
WIRE HOP, LOGANBERRY, CHICKEN
wire. Steinboek, 878 Court etreet.
FOR SALE BALED HAY,' OATS AND
vetch. Phi)ne 2091 J.
OFFICES AND STORES A BIO LOT
of bow books for sale at half price.
8 te in bocks. .
TRY THE NICKEL LUNCH AT -01
Court. Anything 5e.
FOR SALE 1 9x12 AXMINSTER RUG i
1 9x12 grssS nig, 1 range, 1 beater.
1390 N. Commereitl street.
THE WESTERN SONGSTER
SCHOOL AND COMMUNITY 81N6ING
Aa especially good selection of the songs
you have oeea wsnting with words and
musie complete. No matter hew many
aongbooks yon have yon should have
this one, containing the Oregon songs.
- Prices: Single copies, 8Se; 16 cents
. each in lota of-a dosen or more; $12. 5U
, the hundred, postpaid. Second edition
prifited since September
OREGON TEACHERS MONTHLY
81S 8. Comreerft- Ht Balem. Oreeoa
PHONE 156S-M FOR WOOD.
OLD GROWTH 18 IN. FIR, $8.50; 4
ft. second growth and ash. Phone
FOR SALE ' OLD PITCHY FIR, 18
inch snd 4 feet. Reasonable price.
WOOD FOR SALE PHONE 854 OR
after Office hours call 623. Call and
get my prices before yon purchase.
GOOD WOOD REASONABLY PRICED.
Satisfaction guaranteed. Victor Schnei
der, Phone 63F41 evenings. Turner,
DEALERS IN WOOD ALSO WOOD 8AW
ing; get our prices before buying else
where. Oak, old fir and second growth,
risher Bros. Phone 2046.
DRY FIR AND OAK WOOD FOB SALE.
FOB BALE LARGE 4 FT. MILL WOOD,
sswed even length. 12 inch er 16
inch. Special price on & cord lots.
; Seasoned mill wood. First class 16
- inch old fir. Second growth fir. sawed
16 inch. Fred E. Wolfs. 805 S. Church.
FOR RENT APARTMENT OVER 247
North Commercial. $10 per month.
Apply Fry's Drug Store.
FURNISHED ROOM FOR GENTLEMAN
Furnace heat and bath. 823 X. Com'
FOR RENT SLEEPING ROOMS; ALL
modern conveniences. Gentleman pre
ferred. 428 N. Church. .
LEONARD HOTEL NiTW MANAGE
ment, clean, irst rooms snd apartments.
254 North Front St.
FOR RENT LARGE 8U1T OF RwOMS.
first floor, with private bath. The
Alexandria, 1030 ChemekeU street.
FOR RENT ROOM FOR GENTLEMAN
in modern home and eentrslly locat
ed. Please give name and address.
E, ears Statesman.
F. L. WOOD, 8J" MTATB 8T REAL
LOST AND FOUND
$10 REWARD TOR INFORMATION
that will lead to the recovery of 3A
Oraflex camera stolen from an to in
Salem Monday or Tuesdsy this week.
Carners pas Ziess-Tesssr lens. F4.5,
series I. Advise Statesmsn Office.
FOUND NEAR Y.M.C.A, A SILVER
watch with hunting case. Finder msv
hsve same by calling at Statesman and
paving for this sd.
WOOD WANTED 10 TO 13 CORDS BIG
old fir. Call esa.
OLD MATTRE88E8 . MADE OVER
Capitol City Bedding Co, Phone ,19.
MAN AND WIFE WILL TAKE CHARGE
of fsrm for sslsry or will lease farm
on shares. Phone 2F5. '
HIGHEST PRICES T..'
kinds of second hsnd clothing. 320 N.
Commercisl. Phone 298.
CHERRIES WANTED WE ARE BUY-
ing Black KepuDilcans,
berts. Drager Frait Company.
WANTED USED HOUSEHOLD GOODS.
ranges ana msuw". ""- .
nfti .nd ghee.. Ubrtr Ewhanfe,
141 N. Commercisl. phono $41.
WANTED EVERYTHING IN HARD-
m i . T3 A -sb. ats rtsass wssm in
ware and rr-rmture. 'V :
THE CAPITAL HARDWARE
7wfi Fi HNTTURK CO.
S85 . Commercial St. Phone 947
AUTO TOPS W.a, WBIOHT, 171
Boot. Hlgn, '
AUTO TOP. 'iH01toOIt
ruarsntoed. ; bqw ., - .. s--
j BATTERY AMD ELECT RICAI,
CSL BATTERY SERVICE 8TATIOM
: Expert batu-ry and electrical wark.
Fairis Bros. Pbone IH03. 418 Overt
TTRXS AMD ACCESSORIES
SMITH WATKISS, 147 NORTH HIGH.
IFisk, 8ilrr-n Cvrd. Hood extra ply
tires. Everything for auto,
HOFFMAN A OKt'KBFRG TIRE REPAIR
iahop; vuleaaixibs retrBading. 811 N.
FOR SALE 1916 MODEL OVERLAND,
i new tires all around, tV). 1'Ji'l
, Ford truck, pumiwatic tirA, sho-k
; absorbers, bed and cab, $6uO. Lee
Barber, at 11. 1'ohle k Sou.
REBUILT USED AUTOMOBILES IF
you are looking for a rood usd car.
1 have it; and cars that are rebuilt
: like new. and st a low price on easy
: terms. Write or phone Mr. Kiitun, 39U
I Esst 0H s Portland.
GARAGE AMD "REPAIR
80UT1I COMMERCIAL OARAGE GEN
i eral repairing and overhauling. 420
' H. Commercial St.. Saleca.
FAIR GROUNDS GARAGE TIRES. AC
. eessories. used cars. Our work guar
snteed. 2641 Portland Road. Phone
CAPITAL GARAGE BUICK. 8TUDE
I bsker. Hudson repsirmg. 17 booth
' Liberty. Pbone 88.
AUTO ELECTRICIAN; EXPERT TROU
i ble shooting. 26 North High. Phone
TRACY'S STORAGE GARAGE $44
t Ferry street.
LIBBY'S AUTO REPAIR SHOP 220
South Liberty. Phone 901.
AUTO REPAIR SHOP L. MILLER, 845
Center. Phone 80.
SALEM AUTO RADIATOR SHOP 198
South 12th. Phone 28.
t; O. BAIR. RADIATORS. FENDERS.
Bodies repaired. 444 Ferry
OOZY NOOK BARBER SHOl 1306
M. MYRTLE BERNARD MASSEUSE;
honra, 9 to 5 bunday ; evenings by ap
1 poiatment. Oregon Bath House. Pboue
j 640, 2028R. v
OREGON ION BEAUTY! SHOP MARCEL
j waviag, batrdressing, 183 Soatb Oom
i mercial. Phone 477.!
REMINGTON CONFECTIONERY, HOME
i made candles, eonfecttfina, cigars, mag
! asiaea. . 127a Suta.
DR. U a. HUM CURES ANY KNOWN
i disease. 153 a High St. Phoae 283.
DRESSMAKING 1299 South High.
DRESSMAKING, TAILORING 8720
j Cherry. Phone 1678 M.
MRS. R. CARTER EXPERIENCED
i dressmaker. Phone 197 1W.
JOSEPHINE FAXON DRESSMAKING
j. 1414 Mission street.
RUTH Me ADAMS DRESSMAKER, 756
i South 12th. Phone 1824 M.
HATTIE WILLIAMS DRESSMAKING.
! 348 North Cottage. Phone 1552W.
CARRIE FISHER DRESSMAKING,
i designing. Spencer corsets to order,
j 2 McCormack Bldg.
ELETHA PRUETT i- DRE8SMAKING.
i 682 North Commercial. Phone 1981W.
MRS. VABTY. DESIGNS 1c AND MAKER
I Ladies' Suits sad Gowna. 7 HcCor
i mack Bldf.
rULL LINE SPRING, BUMMER DRESS
I goods. Mrs. Esch. Phone 1471.
! Phone 184.
SALEM ELITE HEMSTITCHING.
i ehainstitehing, pleating, buttons. 829
i 830 Oregon Big. Phone 379.
HEMSTITCHING AND PICOTING AT
i tachment; works on sll sewing mseh
! ines ; price $2 ; : personal checks 10c
extrs. Light Msil Order House, Box
; 127, Birmingham, Ala.
HAT ; SHOPS
HAT SHOP MEN'S AND WOMEN'S
I beta renovated and blocked 495 Court
INSURE YOUR AUTOMOBILE WITH
! the Oregon Auto Indemnity Exchange,
j Full protection. Reduced rates. Frsnk
! Meredith Co Bush-Breyman Block.
ORCH BOXES BEDDING PLANTS
for sale. Smith's 301 North Commer
MARION-POLK COUNTY FARM LOAN
i association has money to loan st six
percent. W. D. Smith, secretary -treaa-(
urer, 303 Salem Bank of Commerce.
YOUR PRINTING LET BERTELSOS
i do it. "Y" Bldg. Phone 779.
SALEM LAUNDRY COXl-ANY, 136 8.
Liberty street. Phone 25. Oldest
j largest best. Established 1889.
CAPITAL CITY STEAM LAUNDRY
; Quality work, prompt service, 1284
i hroadwsy Phone 165.
PLUMBING. REPAIRING AND COIL
i work. Phcne 1517J. Shop. 127 Uaioa
i street. A. L. Godfrer.
WANTED CONFINEMENT CASES Al
i: private Hospital. I have beat of eqaip-
1 vnent. Phone lO.IOJ.
BEE PORTER FOR PAINTS. WALL
1 aper and Picture Framing. Good work-
men. 455 Court St. Phoae 485.
THE NEATEST PAINTER IN TOWN
Work by day, contract. Wells. Phene
DAVIS 4 STRAvtSBAPGH GENERAL
;: contractors: paints, oil. wallpaper. 220
j South Liberty. Phone 901
AUBREY H. CLARX, SUCCESSOR 10
: Glenn L. Adams. Painting, paperhang
: lag, fcslsnmining. Work guaranteed.
: Terms reasonsble. Phoae 1396J; res,
425 South Winter.
KISS GOODHUE TAKES SUBSCRIP
I tioas for all maraxine. 251 So. 17th
j street. Phone 741M
ROOF REP AIRING
ROOFS RESHINGLED. CLEANED. RE
1 psired. painted or tarred. Phoae Kayos
i:' k . mm
p. as r .
"REP AI RING AMD SHARPEMIMO
bCTLERT GRINDING, LAWN M0WER8
Safety rasors. ete. Stewarta Repair
'i Shop, 847 Court street. -
BEN WHEELER EVERYTHINO RE
" paired, General sharpening, chimney
' ;wJmt 1485 N. 17U st, Phont 1418 W
ALL1K CHANDLER PIANO, 851
BEATRICE SIIELTON PIANO STUDIO
345 Marioa, Phone 129..
LILLIAN HARTSHORN PIANO. 894
North Churei. Phone 178.
T. 8. ROBERTS PIANO. ORGAN. 270
Stuih 14tfc. Phone 770.
DAN F. LANOENBEKG. VOCAL
Derby Bldg. phone 2079.
LENA WATERS PIANO. 1473 MILL
MOLLIE STYLES VOICE. PIANO. 8S9
Center I'houe 20 ICR.
FRANKLIN I.ALM.K rlANO. s
North 17th. Pbone 1415
JCLIA M1I.IJ WEIGEL, PIANO. 11.60
South Church. Phone 13U1R.
F. L. MILLER VIOLIN; OTHER
string instruments. 419 Marioa bu(eL
LL'CILE ROSS PIANO. UK'iA.S. 4ve
North Liberty. Pbone 11S7W.
MATTiK GILBERT STRING IN8TKU
menu. Ii7 Htate. Phone 1156 R.
MISS M ABLE SHEPHERD. PIANO
player; daiiees, ail occasions. tJl S.
SALEM CONSERVATORY OF MCSM
All branches taught, diploma's granted.
John R. Sites, director. 1237 Court
WENDELL HELM TUNING. REPAIR
ing. Phone 4Ji.
EDWARD WELP EXPERIENCED
piano tuner. Leave orders Will's
U. W. BALLANTYNE. TUNER. FLAY
ers a specialty. Pbons 352. Cher
rington Piano House.
PIANOS, PLAYER PIANOS; NEW.
used. J. W. Tallman. 121 So. Com'l.
CHERRINGTON PIANO HOUSE, HAN
dles Bush-Lane celebrated pianos
415 Court Pbone S52.
WILLIAM'S SHOE SHOP 195 SOUTH
DB LUXE STUDIO. KODAK FINISH
ing. 147 North Commercial.
PUBLIC STENOGRArnnR 408 MAS
Me Bldg. Phone 178.
SECOND HAND GOODS
WE BUY AND SELL SECOND HAND
goods .of ail kinds, pipe fittings, har
ness, collars, collar - pads, tools, and
chains. If red Scaiadler, 258 Canter
SIGN SERVICE UNION 'SIGN CO.
riigns and show cards. Phone 646,
424 N. Commercial.
SALEM SCAVENGER GARBAGE. REF
use of sll kinds removed. Oesspools
clnaned Phone 1H7
TOVE8 STOVE BE PAIRING
STOVE REPAIRING, REBUILT, COILS,
connections. Will call and clean, pel
iah at bouse. 271 North Commercial.
STOVES REBUILT Am. REPAIRED
40 years experience; Depot National
fence, sixes 26 to 28 ins. high. Paints
oil and varnishes, etc loganberry aid
bop hooka. Salem Fence and Stove
Works. 250 Court street. Phone 124
MERCHANTS' DELIVERY, 179 SOUTH
Hitch. Phone 230. Trunk, city, 50c.
CHAS CHANDLER (TEN ERAL TRANS
fer; office, stand, Clark's Tire House
CAPITAL CITY TRANSFER CO.22f
Bute St, pbone 933. Distributing
forwarding and storage our specialty
Get (in rates
FRANK PALM MERCHANT TAILOR
204 North Commercial.
LAN HAM TAXI COMPANY PHONE
THE OREGON TAXI TRANSFER CO..
Liberty a Ferry. Phone 77. Dry
slrb. 1 6-inch wood for sals.
PACIFIC CITY STAGE LEAVES CLUB
Stables 13 s.m. daily. For informstion
call phone 7.
SALEM SILVERTO STAGE
O. K Depot News Stand
7:00 a.m. 8:15 a.m
11:00 a.m. 1:00 p.m
5:00 p.m. 6:15 pm
Leavs Salem OK. depot 7:00 a.m..
11:00 a.m.. 5:00 p.m.
I -cave Monmouth Hotel 8:15 a.m.
1:00 .m, 6:15 p.m.
lesve Independence Hotel 8:30 a.m,
1:15 p.m, 6:30 p.m.
Special trips by appointment.
Seven passenger csr tor hire.
J W. PARKER, Prop.
Res. phone 615 Business pbone '
WHERE TO EAT
WHITE CLOUD TEA HOUSE CHINA
dishes, noodles, free dsneing. Open
9 a.m.. 1 at night. 110 N. Com'l.
SALEM WATER. LIGHT k POWER OO
Office. 801 South Com'l St. Ten pet
'cent discount on domestic flat rate
paid in advance. No deductions for ab
sence or sny cause no leas water is
shnt nil yonr ifremiaee.
DR. O. U SCOTT. P. 8. C. CHTROPRAO
tor. 809-12 U 8 Beak Bldg Phene
7: Ree. 828R.
FOOT CORRECTIONAL SPECIALIST
Appliances from individual impress iom
Bstisfsction gusranteed. Chss E
Tatrn. Masonic Bldg. Phone 442.
II. J. ANDERSEN, D.ST, SCIENTIFIC
nissseur, electro-msgnctic lies'er snd
metsphjrti isn. Phone 1108. 416 Ore
con Bldjr Consultation free.
DR8. WHITE AND MARSHALL. 506
U. 8. National Bank Bldg.
DR. W. L. MERCER. OSTEOPATHIC
Physician and surgeon; Kirksvilk
fraduate, 404-405 U. 8. National Bank
Bldg. Phones Office. 919; Ree. 614
DR. JOHN L. LYNCH, OSTEOPATHIC
Physi iaa asd Suigeon, 403-404 Oreron
Bide-- Phones- Offiee. 1894: Ree SF
GLA8SES FITTED BY DR. L. B. BUR
dette at the Bow Optical Company,
325 State street, opposite Ladd and
UNITED SPANISH WAR VETERANS,
imp 5.. Armor. First. Tbgcd Meodava
Classified Ads. In The
Statesman Bring Results?
LOTS O SOITH COTTAGE. SOUTH
Church and South High, to $4u
bldg Lnr Ur'r- 4U7
Six room bungalow with bacmeat, $2400;
S40) cash, bslaare -) p-r mouth
Chvu-e lot near Htste bouse, barrsm
12 acres rloe in. $lfo prr trt(
Good bous... close in, f e lota, with fruit
House and too lots, t7'.0
F. L WOOD
11 Stste St
TWO LITTLE BUNGALOWS NEARLY
completed; wuh lights, wsur. plumbing
and about half sere each; nice trees,
pri. e vi-ry rrajtotuible : terms. Enquire
' Kingwoo4, Entrance gates.
l.t)TS ON RURAL 'L VENUE TO
J4I.0 each. Trrms. Lflar A l.sflar.
4iM-i tiron Bidg.
RBAL i ESTATE TRADERS YOD CAN
find a h umber of gaoat propositions
either as trades, or buys in easy psv
n.U of Und or banrsluws. Chss
W. Nlsmeyer. Masenie Temple, Salem
PUTNAM M.-t,AREN ! CO. RELIABLE
Real Estate dealers. Room 21, 160
North Commercial; Street.
WE WILL MEET OR BEAT ANY FORM
of contract olfered on lutings on-realty
for sale or for trade. We make liberal
open or sprrial contracts as is Bioat
fitting and agreeable. Reasonably pric
ed properties are desired, whether for
sale or trade. Buyers are netted to
se us on this basis. A womsn ran
buy as cheap as a man The
FLEMING REALTY CO.
341 State St.
Stock Ranch for Exchange
425 acre stock ranch. 100 acres now in
cultivation all fenced, houses, 3 large
bsrns, silo, stork scales, slsugjter houae
and other outbuildings; family orchard
and berries, wster piped to buildings,
phone, good gravel rosd, near school:
4000 seres outrange adjoining. Not
far from good valley town. Price
18.0O0; will take smaller place or city
property to $10,000 and balance icug
time st 6 percent.
PERRINE & MARSTERS
200 02 Grsy Bldg.
210 acre stock ranch, old boose snd
bsrn, about two million feet of tim
ber. Price $3,500.
CO acres of good bottom lsnd, 5 room
house, 4V4 seres bear ng logsna, 8
acres set to logans 1921, 7 acres po
tatoes, 12 seres oats. Will tske cnod
house or small acreage up to $5,500
46 acres of good soil located on main
road leading out of Salem. Price $80
per acre. Terms.;
Improved 2 acres close to car line,
house and barn. Price $3,200.
Good 6 room cottage and large lot. Price
Good s room house and large lot, fruit;
If you sre looking to buy, trade or sell,
W. H, Grabenhorst & Co.
75 Stste St.
SICE HOME ON STREET CAR LINE
will take auto as first payment. C
room house on psved street st only
SQUARE DEAL CO.
202 U. S. Bsnk
SEVEN ROOM MODERN BUNGALOW,
plastered, lots built-in fixtures, two
lots, garage, plenty fruit, Bviuth Salem.
Price $3,500; $500 cash, r-.st like tent.
. This is s bargain.
5 room pIsKtered, modem house. $ 1,600;
easy terms. Can move right in.
3 acres, fine home on S,-lverton road.
psved streets, to exchange for city
Anything you want In. city property or
New modern bungslow under ronitru
tion, good Iocstion; sell right c.i good
A rooming house. .'I A money maker; st
right price and terms.
Csll snd see us
JOSEPH BARBER & SON
200 Gray Bldg.
1200 -CASH WILL: BUY 4 ROOM MOD
ern cottage on car line.
200 down will buy 4 room cottage with
2 lots. Irice $900.
500 down will buy 7 room house with
bssement and 5 rood lots. Psved
street. Price $2;80O.
1900 down will buy modern 7 room house
near scjiool. Price $1,750.
(2,250 ch will buy 5 room weiii.ni
bungslow, new. You will be the first
to live in this.
13,500 will buy 9; seres improved,
mile from Salem. Uood buildings
stock, graiu, hay, etc, included. Will
take Mi cash or - city property up tc
Csiih grocery. $600 will handle.
List it with me.
S. R PEARSON
408 U. S. Bsnk Bldg.
15 ACRES LOGANS, RASPBERRIES,
strawberries, prunes and all othei
fruits; 4 room house, bsrn snd chicken
house. "H miles out on good rosd
$4,50O; a good buy.
50 acres of good wood timJier, 1 'i miles
from McCoy; no improvements : a gen
nine snap. For quick ssle, $2,500.
5 seres in cultivation, nice family or
ehsrd. 4 crop goes. Good 4 roog.
house snd bam, on good road 12 niile?
from Salem. $1.80(1: SHOO cash.
ARTHUR E PETERSEN
229 Oregon Bldg.
We have farms, small trscts snd city
property at price and terms that ran t
See us before von buv ,
THOMASON & ROWLEY
3311 State St.
IF YOU WANT A' CHEAP HOUSE VS
a good location, here it is. lot 75x150
feel. Lots of fruit, snd close to csr
5 room house, rsrsge, chicken house
etc. For only $1,300, snd good terms
L A. HAYFORD
805 Stste Street
Best Buys and Exchanges
If this advertisement does not contain
what too want, please call on us.
304 seres, all cultivated, photos of im
provements st out office: best of soil
Will exchange for Rsnch near Salem
$125 per acre.
18 acres, all rnltivated. 7 prunes. 3 lor
a rut. 5 potatoes, house, barn. Wsnl
Salera residence net over $l,0O0; pric
or rsnch, $7,750J
12 seres very close to Rslem, 6 roon
bungalow, good barn. 6 acres beannr.
fruit. 5 seres tiaiber pasture, livmi
wster. $2,300 will hsndle. Prici
10 acres. 5 logsns, house, barn, stork
snd equipment, en navement 3 4 mile
from Salem. $3,250.
9 seres, 1 1-4 logsns, "4 strawberries
5 room house, bsrn, coop. V mile t
car. $3,600. i
H rooms, partly modern, garage, tare
lot, fruit, pavement. 5 blocks from
' supreme court building. 2 lots in po
tatoes. Prine for all $2,400. A real
0 room bnngalow, : strictlv modern, gar
age. good location. $4,500.
7 room strictlv modern, garage, ear line
. pavement, $7.7"Q.
8 room strictly modern new bnngalow
Two fireplaces; best of workmsnship
and finish : larre lot ; very choice le-
. ration. $12,500 1 easy terms.
Our list of city and rsnch property Is
complete; exchanges our hobby; call
241 State Street-
SATURDAY MORNING. JULY 23. 1921
LAND LOCATED ITS MARION COUNTY
for $6 50 pr a. re and up. Majtee,
Room 2. corner Stat and Commercial
22 5 seres. 1 sers cultivated river
bottom iand. Balance excellent hill
land and building site Only half ..le
to F.naac slat:t.n. Accessible to boat
aerviee. Price $2. !HH.
Terms Cash $.!.jo. Lalaue 10 Tears on
federal loan tcrittt
A. C BOHRNSTEDT
407 Masonic Temple
Salem, Ore go a
7 ROOM HOUSE ON MARION STREET
fireplace, electric lights, living room
dining room, kitches, 4 bedrooms, bath,
toilet, large lets. This is a bargain at
$3,500; terms. See L. A. Uayford.
305 Stste street.
W ILL EXCHANGE SEATTLE PROPER
ty fur a ear. What have you ! I'houe
23W or write Apt. i Court Apart
LET US SHOW YOU A NEW FOUR
room bucraluw for only I.7Si On
good lernit.. Krueger. 2u Oregun
Bldg Phone 217.
LOTS ON SOUTH HIGH PAVED ST
ceireat walk. $4So each. Ternis 1
flar A l.a.'lar. 4iin 7 Oregon Bldg
B1IIS IXVITKU IhHJll HAY
The uadrs g id will rc-eeiY?
sealed bit!s up till five o'clock P.
M.. Angu-t 1st. 1921. for th pur
chase of Zj tons of first class
half d, grain hay. with a very
small amount of veatch pre
ferred, to be lelivrea at th City
Hams at Salem. Oregon, or if suf
ficient reduction is made, the City
wMl haul Iks same.
-EARL RACE. City . Recorder.
. WHULt MILK
AND PRODUCE WANTED
Marion Creamery & Produce
Salem, Oregon Phone 2488
I SALEM MARKETS
Eggs ana roaitry
Eggs, 25 sud 27c.
litus, heavy, 20e.
Hens, medium, 17c.
Hens, light. 15e
Old rooetera, 8-lOe.
Pork, Mutton and Beef
Top hogs, 1 Jr..
Sows snd hogs, 9 10 Vie.
Dressed hogs, 1 4c.
1M20 l.anjbs. 2c.
1921 milk lambs. 5 and 5 He deliver
Beef steers, 5 and 5 Me.
Top veal, 12 13c.
Ost and vetch hay, $12.
Clover hay, $10 $12.
sail! Taoda, Waoleeale
Mill run, $34.
Wholesale to Dealer
Creamery Butter, 41 and 42c.
Apricots, $1.50 crate.
Grape Fruit, Cel., $3.50.
Dates, dromedsry, $7 case.
Oregon rsbbsge, 3 l-4e.
Turnips. $2.00 sack.
Carrots, $1.25 sack.
Wax beans, 7c.
Old potatoes, $1 ewt.
New potatoes. 3c.
Oregon onions, 75e cwt.
Bermuda onions,' $1.17 crate.
Cal. onons, C2.25 sack.
Radishes, 40c dosen bunches
Cucumbers, hothouse, $2; Cslif. tl.
Oregon, 50c. dox.
Oregon honey, SOe lb.
Parsley, 50c dosen tianeho.
Beets, COc doxen bunches.
Tomatoes, $4 per lug.
Honey, extracted. 20e Ib.
Oreen peas, 12r.
Cintaloupe, pony, $3.75; std., $4.23.
Green peppers, 24c.
Creamery butter, 43 45e.
Flour, hsrd whesd. $2 50 $2 60.
Flour, soft wheat. $1.65-82.00.
Flour, soft wheat. $1.75 $2.00.
Men Without Rights Make
Claim for Federal Dis
INDIANAPOLIS. Ind.. July 13.
National headquarters of the Am
erican legion has taken steps to
prevent misuse of government
benefits for ex-service men. ac
cording to a statement made by
Lemuel Holies, national adju
tant. "It has been brought to odr
attention that a few men have
deliberately falsified claims for
compensation, vocational training
and medical treatment," said Mr
Bolles. "Considering the large
number of wounded veterans who
are entitled to every benefit, the
jovernment can give, the number
it Imposters is not large. But,
few as they are, their action
works a hardship on the disabled.
"Cases of deception have been
more numerous lately, due to the
rush of claims, following the le
gion's fight for government effic
ency. However, the legion will
'ind time and means to expose
any imposters who come to us
for assistance in pressing their
All legion posts have "been In
structed to furnish government
bureaus with information they ob
tain about men concerning whose
disability any doubt exists. The
post activit'es in favor of the gen
uinely disabled will continue.
The new teacher had put this
proposition: "Thomas had five
oranges, Harry gave him eleven.
and he gave Richard seven. How
many did he have left?"
Before this problem the class
recoiled, but only one lad had
presence of mind enough to tell
"Please, ma'am." raid he, "we
always do oar sum in apples."
Aftvle Garrliwin'8 Sm Phase of
REVELATIONS OF A VIFE
WHAT ALICE HOLCOM UK CON
VINCED MAI HIE SHE' RE
LIEVED. ' 0 .'X
WThy don't you speak?" Alice!
Ho loom be demanded fiercely. H
can't be posa'ble that you that
"Will yo;i ftop this "onsen at
once?" I retorted, with two-purposed
Irasefb'lity in my manner. 1
wished to . conceal my very real
uneasinc-ss at her tili;fcs. and I
counted upon the natural resent
ment the would probably feel at
my rudeness to divert her
thoughts from the track they
Put the obsess'on o danger to
the man sle cared for ;to devoted
ly was too strong upon her for
any side-tracking of br thoughts.
"I wish It v.'ere nensense." Bh
sa'd mournfully, then swiftly
seifed my hands in axrip that
hurt. "Tell me, you don't be
lieve Knneih bad anything to do
It was no time for a Puritani
cal Farch'ng of "my soul as to
my thoughts or conv'c'ions. My
reply was prompt, emphatic.
"Of course I don't; tut people
w'll begin to believe that $ie had
if yo'n his best friend- don't I
pull jourself together. . You don t
know that Mrs. Stockbridst'8 peo
ple are trying to blamo him, and
every reception of such a guess
upon your part Is distinctly harm
ful to him."
"Do .you imagine for one sec
ond that I'm breathing, such a
thought to anyone but yourself?
Do yon think I would hint it to
yci weM you not already more
'anillar with the whole wretched
story than any one else outside
tba 'family and me?" ,
Her One Fear.
Her voice fhril!d passionately
at me. Il;fore I could answer
! she spoke ai;ain. this time with
dulled listless tones. "'
"But I do know thev're romg
to blame him. They were plan
ning even vhPe she lay there
to talie her body to her father's
"Whv, thai is nerfectly natur
al." I intorpospd, imoatiently.
Surely, every one would wish tQ
get as far away-from that house
as possible " ' .
"That's all right," fhe retort
ed, "but they were ' planning It
even without th pretense of con
sulting Kenneth, They absolute
ly ignored iiim. and I -noticed that
they did nnt speak to him or he
to them unites it vas vt absolute
"That dom look od-1." I saw
that any attvmpt of mire to belit
tle her conviction only strength
ened it. I might as v:ell speak
my real thoughts where I dared
to do so. v
"You'd think so if you'd
pen them," she said bitterly,
then her voice hoarsened. "The
m'serable wretches!" she cried.
"All these years they've been glad
enough to have their daughter
off their hands., to shjft the hor
rible burden of her to. Kenneth
Stoclcbridge's patient shoulders.
It's been "Ken., dearest,' and 'our
dear Bon' and 'How wise and pa
tient he is with poor M'llyr
And now they're ready to tnrh
on him like so many wolves'."
"I .don't understand it " I said,
half to myst-lf; "D'dn't you tell
ne that it was to her people Mr.
Stockbridge always appealed when
she got too unmanageable, and
that' thn-they arranged for her
stay !n a saratorium?"
"Of course," she retorted.
"That was simply self-protection.
When M illy took one of her tem
per sprees she was just as-apt to
empty a boiling teakettle over the
member of the family nearest to
her as sh was to do anything
ele Sh? d d throw a lighted
lamp at Tier mother , once, ;ul
missed her, but smarted a lively
little fire that kept the whole fam
ily busy for a time."
"What , an awful woman eh-
was!" The exclamation broke
from me despite my natural com
punction at speaking- fll oT. ' the
"That doepn't half express It!"
Alice Holeombe's tone was dis
tilled bitterness "And to think
that her ' malevolence hasn't
$100,000.00 . OFFER $100,000.00
TO INDIVIDUAL INVESTORS
At Private Sale
On and after August 1, 1921
MUNICIPAL COUPON GOLD JBONDS
In denominations of $1,000.00 Eataj : '
. . -' - - ". , ; " - - - '' -;
On and after August 1, 1921, there-Will 4 ort private aale
by the Port of Astoria, through Mr. Frank PAttOiy Treasurer
of the lioard of Commissioners, $100,000.00 (pn)rj valae) 6 per
cent Municipal Coupon (Jold Honds dated January 1, 1921, in
denominations of $1,000.00 each. Serial numWr83926 to 402.7,
both inclusive, and .maturing January 1,' 1926,1 without option,
as authorized under Ordinance No. 33, "for the! um of ninety
eight cents on the dollar, together with accrued 1 interest from
July 1, 1921, to date of delivery. ill
- : . - j I
These tonds bear interest payable semi-annually on Jannary
1 and July 1 of each year. Principal and interest payable at
the Fiscal Agency of the State of Oregon, New York City $W
York. , .. "' (- -jj u r.'t-.. .
All inqnries should be addressed (o the niiiiersigoed. j
' . raANK PATTON,' Trfjas urer, "''V"'"'
.. Tl AfW atXV ft Aril afa fjna as V. t I !-. ' ' . . .
Dated at Astoria. Oregon.
I, July 15, 1921. ;
1 1 '
.i " .s
' . v. ..' -
William J. Ltuel a rneVr of
Engine Company New York
City Fire DepartinnL j has Jnst .
Invented aa automatic ' Ul j
phone, which, when a tiro starts
or a burglar . enters the home, I
flashes Its signal to police or
fire hedquarterj He has pat- I
ented It ta forelg ooaatrlea. as
well as la America, The device !
la absolutely foolproof, and very
little false alarms. If aay, ar j
likoly to occur. ITbej device Is ,
mall and compact; and can hard- '
ly bo. detected from th ordinary
telephone. It has , taken Mr. '
Lusa from five . to eight years
to make his Invention perfect.; 1
stepped witn fcr
ieath. but - I"
ydu and me.'
reaching out f till t
Japanese and American,
Professors Mijy Exchange
KYOTO. JapanJ July 13. So
that exact Informktitn concern
ing the United St$jr may be
spread in Japan and professors of
Japan may carry ilapaneao Idete
to American unlversl ea a move
in "nt ! now mdoiri way by wbica
exchange ot prors4sora may be
made bttwean IroSliUha universliy
of Kyoto nnd somi School in the
United Slates. j v
A group of ArarjriCans have a
sociatej themBelv with several
Jannnesn to secure! an endowment
fund of $100,000 Tor this purpo'O.
Dcehuba was fbuhded ty th?
help' of the American .board or
fore'gn missions through the ef
forts of Josrph Niijittia, a Japan
ese who In 1864 tied from, his
country, taking hi life -In '"his
hands, for at that time to - oe
caught leaving the phores of Ja
pan .meant decapitation. When
he returned he was prepared ta
tell his people oritb.tnfC of A tit
er can Chr'stiim fjivilatlon.'
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it means rjaor to yonr sum
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too busy to write -you the
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will give it to you.-
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assortment; of hewa, seri
als, short stories, , and
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man . follow you to your
t'J AST0IIIA, OREGON.