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THE OREGON STATESMAN. SALEM, OREGON
TUESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 2.Y. 1921
4ae P Ward
hMrtli i ; - ;
rn WNk (six iBMTtiO&f).
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.iT waatas' onttMt, per me15
2 months' eoatrset, peg
I iatmua lor aa adverts
IUB IKHURANCB SOCIETY
HpImob, lloland A lUii-gharri!
-Ident Agent 871 Huu r
"Money ; to loan
On Ileal Estate
' T. K. FORD
(Otw Ladd Bath Dank)
AWKINS & ROBERTS
D4-207 Oregon Building
OANS REAL ESTATE
laaur nythUig- W have th munvf
"an Per M - back hk tea Out
k and city property liats era con
la., Be Tint.
I " LArLAtt ft XJUTJIR
VT Oracon Bldg. . - VtoH 184
i J7" NEW- TODAY
TyMOBILE ! OWNERS LET US
ii .that- pol!ky - an old
"V thai baa paid all tour
f century. Hani rate.
-f . Jndrtcfcs, 203 IV B. Bank
tjfTT L 'T . ' ' ' 1 '
in inii pnw in in o.a lino cow
p lar evei
:iflAIM 1920 Paige light nix, run
n4 looks line new. tisii price, win
jusmer sn.su car on deal. . tail up
tsirs Statesman dice i
V . i
is SHIRES FOB SALE BEST OF
..oo line, one lualo and on Mf and
,v pig. .Albert Liechty. Macleay,
Hon 4l'i. ..
FOR SALE ONE OF THE BEST
Marion county. C. i. Child, 874
1 ! t. . :
AC1IER8 WANTED riRBT TO FIF
a trade: first to lth grades; lira!
Itrud, third and eighth grade; man
hraa can bandlo athetotics and teaca
kitiehcea in h.ru achool: several taach-
i-rs lot various work in high school
m many rural schools wanting! leach
a at aalarie front BO to 120, in
M ..part of Oregon. , Cosst Thers
unurwau, iij v oininrrciai t .
itreeon. Mr. Blanch X. Jane,! Mini
V-ar Phono 29. ; .- - .,
L"R SUIT rUESBED WHILE YOU
. Wardrobe. i eouta twga.
E: BUT, RENT, SELL AND EXCM
ag kodaks, capital Drsg mors.-
rut! in a mrson : WHT MORE
...-a ' " - ----- " " T
roater" eigara aro amoitea eacn nay.
illem dim, rnona juain.
ft KALE BEAUTIFUL 8 !BUU
j.onjralow homo located on Ealrmount
Hill overlooking tho city, Baaement,
mrnnre, Uund healer. Hrepiaeaw nuiiv
kitchen, ahadea and araperiea go
rra larva tut front lota on roruor,
!ath atrenta nared. cement walk. beaT'
v,t fruit.1 and berriea. a largo Variety
lot liowera and ahrobbery. If Jon. are
looking lor a beautiful Dome in u
how yon thia property. Ideated at
li7 Fir 8t. W. II. Uralenhorat A Co
175 8 tat tH. "' '( "
WE 1020 BUICK TO TRADE FOR
honao aud lot. Fuller. Auto Camp
Wrouada. - - !
(4MtXJtMAS WITH CAR TO SELL
t wrrm jalie cirtmil oreaaera ir
'lra. , I Oailivrijr ?rv,iia viwvm
orer uciwirii.s grata can
.- fall f'lnh Ktablea. ! corner
r erey ana uixerty r
eft located on North- Summer! Street
where oa have aewer, wattT ana
I'atng and cement aidewalk , paid
loti on, Heighta, paviwrnt paiJ. theae
lr.ke A ilendricVt. S0i L. 8. Bank
lildg. " -
j&N T Al 1 .1 N O L Y FAIR. SOUND AND
low font. x lie, "i . " "
. 50,r0 aatiaf ied policy boldera. See
II PMadlr- F'-. Agent. BuaU Bank
RkhT'S nninrnianea pni'ionrriiun
uu rir.i . itnv SI.I
lKpa. Uua . - -
.9 nrvr MOURE OS TRADE ST,
Small nnfurniahed apartment, iloquire
I78tt BUte St. v- j
Tr"ALE tBy owner, a hooao nnd one
two three, or loor iota. r.aj imm.
! inn ire liOi K. Liberty St.
RAYED FRO.pFARM ON BROWN'S
i i i -Iku. fMi.l I'pwivl. tiandle line.
weight 8 ponnaa. Kewara lor f ram
(HUt loading jo rwDTtry. i-mohp;
kLBp'HAY FOR SALE NO 1 1 HAY
tf.Ov VVv- ttUWWU. v. y
tSTED-TO RENT , A SLEEPING
7 n. a ailarlaa kat Aft
room j r""
fcRflEXT FURNISHED APARTMENT
iitO Union.. I'hono oou. - i i
Lletn bomea from $850 10 $1000 down,
T . . i. a A Km st A Mwtma .
feck A Hendricks. 205 U. 8. Bank Bldg.
. ..t-r. mi BVVT nVSPOVSTRI.K
jnerttea, no children, 6-7 foom ,modern
lloi.o7 Wilt lea -for Jear. I Phone
"'TtJk PfRSK LOST ABOUT! $12.00
, ..cJ bill and eilver. Card f Mra.
FKing Oarlington. Please leavet at this
office and receive reward. ' .
VKTLANDSALEM STAGE OX THE
hoar. 1 t 7, ooc.,wa .-v.
inr war tax. j
ell buy ec service men these places:
a room modern borne, pavement and
well located on car. , .....
4 acres fruit near limits, fair baildings.
acre fruit and berries tap miles
it. good small buildings. I ,
10 acres red dirt near limits, mo build-
CS. lf - " ' '' '
17 acres in , flax sad fruit,! fair
i id hiss, i. , .
itefors ron leap do vour Doric t book
m roniidcrstion of looking at these.
f-i-l.-Oll I . I
tsecKe Gi nenancKs
e 205 V. S. Bsnk Bid.
NTED ENERGETtV TOTJWO MAN
.0 , ha had aprieac aetllag lift
nalraneo, locks or advertising. Mnat
i .LI. t a iaffita I. . A
I ambitious for sdvancament. Must
rnTWMHln to mernhaaU and! prnfea
atonal - Answer ia vonr own hand
wripini sUtiag age. adacstloaal aal
ilicationa. asiierieime nlieitor. etc.
j Addrea 1 N. l. Stateamaw aff lee
iDY WANTS WORK BY DAY . OR
.. 'Phone 175a. . i ..
MALE AS a xEMAI.E
Sftp PtCK-EKS WAflTSII FOR IB ROW N
jglsnn. - vjoon bo.s sou piesmg stsrts
Hbort h" -5"' August. Phona 902 M
,f A. Kreba.,- ... I
,p riCJkVKRS WANTED HARTLEY
. ; i .-. A in m .n M m. -1 1. t
t ammercial street rarline.
14CP J. -1711 W or 1516 W.
ad The Classified ! Ads.
HALE AJTD TXMALE
WASTED MO At WOXES TU
lake mm paper socaeTiptiona. a good
propoaitioa to tha right people Address
the Pacific HomaeUad. Suteamaa Bldg.
WASTED SUBSCRIPTION SOLICITOR
for weekly farm magazine end monthly
poultry journal, aalarr and commie
aion; preininttia anpplied free, owner
ahip of auto or motorcycle rntil
Apply Crrealatiott Manager, Pacific
Ilntrmtead, Salem. Oregon.
'ACIAL SCALP TREATMENTS; VIO
lot ray : manicuring, ahampoomg. vrr
ron Hath honae. Phono 34H
FOR SALE CANARY BIRDS, DAY
and night aingern. ra. nenncv.
Phone 1280, 1030 fbwkrtl.
f TOU WANT TO GET THE BEST
farm paper, aond 15 to The Pneift
Home toad. Salm, Oregon, for a Ikw
month trial snbseriptios. Menuoa
ALADDIN READY CUT HOUSES'
80 percent saved in coat of contrac
tion. Chaa. F. Smith, factory reprea
entative, 620 Northweit Bank Bldg.,
Jf IRE HOP, LOOAJtBEKnl. CHICKES
wire. Steinbock. 7 Court street.
OFFICES AfJD STORES A BIO LOT
Of BOW boons tor saia at au ywwvm.
FOR SALE, CHEAP LOT OF NEW
furniture ana ouh aav.uwv..v. -Chane,
87 N. Liberty street, Salem.
FOR SALE, CHEAP ONE P-HORSE
Jirrculei engine wita w w at
tachment complete, mounted on 4
wheels. Can give- tome terms. Phone
1895, ssk for Wagar.
THE WESTERN SONGSTER
BTTTOOT. AND COMMUNITY SINGING
Aa ospociiUly good selection of tho songs
yon bsv been wanting with words and
saosie complete. matter bow many
aoagbooka yon have- yea should have
this one, containing too Oregon songs.
Prices: Single copies, 25e; 164 cents
each in lota of a dot en or more; $13.60
the hundred, postpaid. Second edition
printed sine September.
OREOOS TEACHERS MONTHLY
IIS 8. Commercial St. 8aloav Oregon
POULTRYMEN SEND EIGHT TWO
cent stamps for special three months
trial for th best and oldest journal
in the wsat. The articles and adver
tisements ara of special interest to
th poultry breeders of the northwest.
Northwest Poultry Journal. 211 Com
mercial SL, Salem, Oregon.
DRY FIR AND OAK WOOD FOR SALE.
OLD GROWTH IS IS. riR. $8.60; 4
it. saeona grow ib auu asa. jrnone
DEALERS IN WOOD ALSO WOOD SAW-
Ing; get oor price before baying else
where. Oak, old fir and second growth,
ruber Bros. Pbona 2046.
FOR SALE LARGE 4 FT. MILL WOOD.
awed eve length, 12 inch or 16
Inch. Specls prica en cord Iota.
Seasoned mill wood. First elasa 18
Inch old fir. Second growth fir, sawed
18 inch. Fred E. Walla. 805 8. Church.
GEM HOTEL," 185 SOUTH COMMER
rial, rooms sac, otic ana ue. L.ncy
LEONARD HOTEL 9KW MANAGE
ment, clean, neat rooms and apartments.
264 tiortn rront Bt.
TOR RENT LARGE SUIT OF ROOMS,
firat floor, with private bath. The
Alexandria,' 1030 Chemeketa street.
Phono 1280. f
FOR RENT ROOM FOR GENTLEMAN
la modem bom and centrally lecat
; ad. Pleas give aam and address
' E. eve Htateamas
F. I WOOD, XTATM ST,
OLD MATTRESSES MADE OVER
Capitol City Bedding Co, Pbona 19,
WANTED TO BUY A FORD BUG OR
roadster. Will pay cash. Phone 8F12
WANT TO RENT 6 OR 8 ROOM FUR
. ' niahed bouae. permanent, responsible
family. Ao children, box li-x.
8TATE EMPLOYE WANTS A 5 OR 6
room bue in the Garfield achool dis
trict. "1-13," care Statesman.
CHERRIES WANTED WE ARE BUT
ing Black Republicans. Binga and Lam
berta. Drasar Fruit Company.
WANTED USED HOUSEHOLD GOODS.
rsages and eookstoves. tools, mea's
suits and ahoea. Liberty Exchange,
241 H. Commercial, fhone aat.
WANTED EVERTTHnit IS HARD-
ware and furniture. Beet prices paid
THE CAPITAL. HAKUWAxtiS
AND FURNITURE CO.
185 X. Commercial St Phona $47
AUTO TOPS W. 0. WRIGHT, 171
AUTO TOP. UPHOLSTERY. WORK
guaranteed. S53 South 13th, phon
XXSXS AMD ACCSSOaUS
SM ITU-W ATKINS. 147 NORTH HIGH
- Fiek, Silvern Cord, Hood extra ply
ttrea, . Everything tor auto.
FOR SALE OR TRADE MAXWELL
touring car. Phone 4f2.
FOR SALE DODGE DELIVERY
truck, very reasonable. 554 rrry t
' USED CAR BUYS
Oldsmobilo Sales Co.
1S5 8. Com'l. St.
GARAGE AND REPAIR
IKiKruAN. a KOSEI TIRE REPAIR
Inc.. vnW-anisia. re,trei,dinc:-Xq7 South
. Commercial street, l hone
CAPITAL OARAGE -RUTCK. 8TUDE
. -ee r .siring. 173 South Liberty.
Phona 83.., ....
AUTO Kf .RfTTRf (Tl AN f EXPERT TROIX
ahootinc. 138 NotU High, l'boo
FAIR GROUND. OA RAG! TT RES. AO
ceaaorias, nsed ear. Oar work guar
anteed. 3841 : Portlssd aRos4L Phoa
Read Tho Classified Ads.
OARAGES AND EXT All
SOUTH COMMERCIAL OARAOE OEM
era! repairing and overhauling- 2U
8. Commercial gt Bnlem.
PRESTO-LITE BATTKRT SERVICE
station. Expit batterr and electrical
work. Farria Broa. Phone 4803. 418
rRACY'B ST'JKAUK OAKAUK 44
LIBBY'S AITTU REPA1K SHOP 93U
South Uberty, Phone POL
VUTO REPAIR SHOP L. MILLER. S45
Center. Pboa 830
4ALEM AUTO RADIATOR SHOP IPS
South 12th. phone 28.
J O. BAIK, RADIATORS, FENDERS.
rtatie reoaired 444 Ferrv
M. MYRTT.E BERNARD MASSEUSE:
hotirm. V to S, Sunder; evenings by ap
r ointment. Oregon Bath iloa. Phono
COZY NOOK BARBER SHOP
REMINGTON CONFECTIONERY HOME
made eaodiea, confections, cigars, mag
aiinea. 1272 Htate.
DR. U M. HUM CURES ANY KNOWN
diaeaee 1SS R Hih Phone 2SS
MRS. ESCH AGENT FOR PRINCESS
Corsets. Phone 1043 R. 891 S. 12th.
DRESSMAKING 1299 South High.
GRACE WHITE. DRESSMAKING 83G
Division. Pbona 1931W.
MRS. B. CARTER EXPERIENCED
dressmsker. Phona 1971W.
DRESSMAKER WOULD I.IKE SEWING
by the day. Phone S3.
RUTH Me AD AM 8 DRESSMAKER, 75
South 12th. Phone 1824-M.
HAITI E WILLIAMS DRESSMAKING.
848 North Cot tare. Phono 1552W.
CARRIE FISHER DRESSMAKING,
designing. Spencer oorseta to order.
9 McCormaek Bldg.
MRS. VARTY, DESIGN Elr AND MAKER
Ladioa' SniU and Uowns. 7 McCor
MRS. HILDEBRAND. PLEATING
South 24th. Phone 791-M 1.
BREWER DRUG CO.
SALEM ELITE HEMSTITCHING.
ehainstitebing. pleating, button. 129
830 Oregon Big. Phono 879.
HEMSTITCHING AND PICOTINO AT-
tachment; works on all sewing mach
ines; price $2; personal checks 10c
extra. Light Msil Order House, Box
127, Birminhsm, Ala.
HAT SHOP MEN'S AND WOMEN'S
hata reaovatea and blocked 495 Court
INSURE YOUR AUTOMOBILE WITH
th Oregon Auto Indemnity Exchange.
Fall protection. Reduced rates. Frank
Meredith Co. Busb-Breymaa Block.
PORCH BOXES BEDOINO PUANTS
for sal. Smith a 801 North Commer
MARION-POLK COUNTY FARM LOAN
essocistion baa money to losa at ail
percent. W. D. Smith, secretary -treas-
, nrer, 303 Salem Bank ef Commerce.
I JfOW HAVE A LIMITED AlIOUNT OF
funds available for choice building
A, C. BOHRNSTEDT
407 Maaonic Temple
JOE'S PLUMBING SHOP. SHIPPING
and Broadway, Phone 1502. Prices
. reasonable. If you have anything to
i ix ict do uo u.
PLUMBING. REPAIRING AMD COIL
work. Phone 1517J. Shop. 137 Uaioa
street. A. L. Godfrey
FOR HOP TICKETS SEE BERTELSON
Printing Co., Y Bldg., Salem.
MOUNTAIN BALM COUGH RE MED Y
SALEM LAUNDRY CO Mr ANT. 188 8.
Liberty street. Phone 25. Oldest
largest beet, Eatahtiaaed 1889.
CAPITAL CITT STEAM LAUaDRT
Quality w.trh, prompt service, 1384
Hrnariwav Phewe 1st
WANTED CONFINEMENT CASES AT
private hospital. I have beat ef equip-
' atsat, raeae 1939J-
THE NEATEST PAINTER IN TOWN
Work by day, contract. Wells. Phon
DAVIS k BTRAvyBAT5eTH GENERA I
eon tractors : paints, oil. wallpaper. 330
8outh Liberty. Phone 901
AUBREY H. CLARK. SUCCESSOR TO
Glena L. Adam. Fainting, paperhang
rng. kalsomining. Work guaranteed.
Terms reasonable. Phaaa 139SJ; res,
423 South Winter.
SEE PORTER POK PAINTS. WALL
etwr sad Picture Framing. Good wwrk
wiea. 455 Conrt Bt rhons 485.
mirs ooonnuE takes hurrc""
tlens for all marasinea, til Be. 17th
PUBLIC STENOGRAPHER ;
MARGARET BURNS PUBLIC 8TEX
ecrapher. 408 Masonic Bldg. Phone
263. " - T
ROOF REP AI KINO
ROOFS HESHWGLED. CLEANED RE
pareed, painted or tarred, rhons Kayea
REP AIRING AMD SHARPENING.
CUTLERY GRINDING. LAWS MOWERS
safety rasors, etc, Stewart's Repair
Rtiois. 847 Oart atreet.
BEN WHEELER EVERYTHING RE
paired. General sharpening, chimney
awoeci 1405 N. 17th aC Phen 1418W
SHINGLING i PONE CHEAP.
WILLIAM'S SUOE SHOP IPS ' BOUT It
errqi J- 1 , ; '' . 1 1 " . 1 ' ' :
Read The Classified Ads.
BEATRICE SHELTOS PIANO STUDIO
S Alar torn. 1'kooe 1299.
LILLIAN HARTSHORN PIANO, 194
r.onn cnurex Pneaa 178.
T. a ROBERTS PIANO, ORGAN. S7t
scuta 1 4th. Phone 770.
DAN F. LANGENBERG. VOCAL
Derby Bldg. Phon 3079. .
LENA WATERS PIANO.
ktOLLlE STYLES VOICE. PIANO. $59
Center Phone 201 SR.
1ULIA MILLS WE1CHL. PIANO, 150
.South Church. Phone 1191R.
F. 1 MILLER VIOLIN; OTHER
string instruments. 419 Marion hotel
LCCILK KOHH PIANO. OK Si.
North Liberty. Phono 1187W.
MATT I B 113KKT STRING, 1NSTRU
men ta. 1 5 72 8tl phone U5A R.
MISS M ABLE SHEPHERD, PIANO
r layer; dances, ail occasions. 257 N
SALEM COXSEKVATOKY OF MUhlC
Ait brandies taught, diplou.a'a granted
John U. Site, director. 1237 Ceurt
WENDK.X HELM TUirtN Q, REPAIR
ing, Pnea 492.
EDWARD WELP EXPERIENCED
Siano tuner Leave orders Will's
8. W. BALLANTYNE, TUNER. PLAY
era a specialty. Phone 852. Char
ringtoa Piano House.
PIANOS. PLAfER P1ASOS; NEW.
aaed. J. W. Tallntau. 121 So. Com'l.
CHERRINGTON PIANO HOUSE, HAN
dies Bush-Laos celebrsted pianos
415 Court Phone 352.
DE LUXE STUDIO. KODAK FINISH
ing. 147 North Commercial.
SALEM SCAVENGER GARBAGE. REF
ase of all kinds removed. Cesspools
cleaned Phone 181.
SECOND. HAND GOODS
HIGHEST PRICES PAID FOR EC0XD
band clothing and shoes. Also do
cleaning, pressing and repairing. Call
and deliver. Capital Exchange, 342
North Commercial. Phone 1363-W.
WE BUY AND SELL SECOND HAND
good of all kinds, pips fittings, har
ness, collars, collar pads, tools, and
chain. Fred Schindlar, 358 Center
LAN HAM TAXI COMPANY
THE OREGON TAXI-TRANSFER Oa
Liberty A Ferry. Phone 77. Dry
leh. lR-ineh wood for aal
STOVES STOVE SEP AIRING
STOVE REPAIRING, REBUILT, COILS,
connections. Will call and clean, pol
ish at house. 271. North Commercial.
STOVES REBUILT Airre REPAIRED
40 year experience; Depot bstionsl
fence, anas 28 to 28 ins high. Paints
eil and varnishes, etc loganberry and
hop hooka. Salem Fence' and Stove
Werka. 350 Court street. Phone 124.
MERCHANTS' DELIVERY, 179 SOUTH
High. Phone 230. Trunk, city. 50c.
CAPITAL CITY TRANSFER CO. 338
State St phon 983. Distribating.
forwarding and storage any specialty.
Get oe rate.
FRANK PALM MERCHANT TAILOR
211 S. High and Ferry.
WHERE TO EAT
WHITE CLOUD TEA HOUSE CHINA
dishes, noodles, tree discing. Open
a.m. l at night. uo4 n. com'l.
O. E Depot . News -Stsnd
7:00 a.m. 8:15 a.m.
11:00 a.m. l:oo p.m.
5:00 p.m. 8:15 pm.
Leave Salem O.E. depot 7:00 ajii
11:00 a.m, 5:00 p.m.
Lost Monmouth Hotel 8:15 a.m.
1:00 p.m., 8:15 p.m.
Ieavs independence Hotel 8:80 a.m.,
1:15 p.m., 6:30 p.m.
rtpevial tripa 'by appointment.
Seven pissenrer car for hire.
J W. PARKER, Prop.
Re, phone 615 Business phon
SALEM WATER. LIGHT POWER CO.
Office. 301 South Com'l St. Tea oer
cent discount .on domestie flat rates
paid ta advance. Na deductions for ab
sence or any eanse unless water, is
abut off your nremiaee.
DR. O. L. SCOTT, P. 8. a, CH1R0PRA0
tor, 809-12 U. 8 Bank Bldg Pheae
87: Res. 828R.
FOOT CORRECTIONAL SPECIALIST
Appliaaeea from individual impressions
satisfaction guaranteed. Cass E
Tstro. Masonic Bedg. Phon 443.
FOR PRACTICAL NURSE PHONE T503R
DRS. WHITE AND MARSHALL, 806
V. O. fltUVUI DIBI J3iag.
DR. W. L. MERCER, OSTEOPATHIC
Physician and aurgeoa: Kirkaville
graduate, 404-405 U. S. National Bank
Bldg. l'honea Office. 919; Re. 814
DR. JOHN L. LYNCH, OSTEOPATHIC
rnysi'.isn a ad Hut goon, 403-404 Oregon
aiagz t-noaes: iIlH-e. 1384: Res. 68F5
II. J. ANDERSEN. T R T SPtrieTTrif
masseur, electro-magnetic healer and
meuspnysieian. PBone ling, 41a Ore
sT"u nme. t onsnitalton free.
GLASSES FITTED BY Dft. U R. BUR
delta at lha Raa rw.,.,-,1
335 Stat street, opposite Lad.l and
LNITEU SPANISH WAR VETERANS.
eamw a. Armnrr. riratt Third Mondavi
A FINE LITTLE PLACE
A small acreage with bungalow, etc.,
close to car. f.wnr-r with take town
house for eotilty, Halem or Portland
I'rtee is rizht. Bring along your
tiaues muki move at enee.
FLEMING RKALTY CO. i
A DANDY LOT ON fe. COMMERCIAL
at $Hr,n. paving paid. Eleming Realty
t., 41 r-tate street.
20 ACRES NEW nrriLiMSG. 3nor.
We explain the new ayatemi ef selling
your property. Mage, ever Busir.k'a,
corner mate r f nmmereial.
Read The Classified Ads.
SICE MODERN 7 ROOM BUNGALOW,
Lasemeut and furnace, large lot, gar
as, near eariine ia East Salem, 4 WO.
Fin 10 S' re tract cloee in. 4 room baa
f!! brn- -e. fmit. Saap,
t room cottage, rood location, easy pay
t3.30 to loan en good farm security
See eor list before beving
PKSRINE A MARSTERS
211-13 tiray Bldg.
WtKIO BARGAINS SIX ROOM MOD
cm house except furnace, nearly', aw.
good location. 82650. New three' room
hnnat enftt plumbing, good local on.
" i" roem haaeslew with
hasecseut. f T.'.ti Srw six room sued
ern bungalow, paved street, cement
basement. ft'JOO. 9 acres improved.
cMe m. to trade for hoi se. 2 acre
rv.-r bottom farm, gnd huildincv 60
prr acre F. L. Wood. 311 Stat
St. Oood lot cloae in, trade for awnse.
SO ACRES. COD BriLDIXGa FOR
sale by owner. K Lets at 260
South Commercial St. , '
REAL ESTATE TKADRKH YOU CAS
find a number of good prepweiliena
either as trade, or bay in easy pay
ments ef laud or bungalows. Cba.
W. Niamey ei, Maaouic Tsaple. Salens.
FOR SALE 9 ROOM HOUSE, CEMENT
baaement, hot water beat, modern I
p.uminriK. and electric fixtures, let
! feet, corner, with both streets
paved; fireplace; located at 1216
Hate street. Price $8,0OO; terms. W.
H. Grsbenbortt A Co., 275 State St.
7 room irodcrn except hest. Two lots.
double garage, close to school and car
line. $4. (MM); easy terms.
5 room uuodern plastered house," only
$1500. Small payment down, rest like
5 room plastered house, $1200; $300 cash
f 10 per month like rent.
120 acre farm, a dsndy one mile to
town. Price $12,000; want good Sa
lem property, up to half, balance long
time 6 percent.
7 room plastered modern home except
heat, walking distance to postoffice,
has large bit, barn, garage, some fruit.
Price 83,200; easy terms ; really worth
New modem 6 room bungalow will be
ready to move into September 1st.
This i up-to date, and if you want to
imy airee ot owner, and get the hest
for the money in Salem, aee na.
JOSEPH BARBER & SON
200 Gray Bldg.
6 rbom callage on pavement at $1150.
must ne sola, aire cottage on pave
ment, near cspitol, cheap.
SQUARE DEAL CO.
202. U. 8. Bank
A REAL BARGAIN 8 ROOM MODERN
bungalow, concrete basement, furnace,
fireplace, large lot. both street and
alley paved. Price 80,500. Terms,
located at 660 North Winter street.
W. H. Orsbenhorst A Co., 375 State
' WORTH WHILE
6 -oom bouse 'With bath and electric
lights, price $1650; $350 rash, balance
monthly payment. '
5 room plastered house, city water, elec
tric, lights, price 1 :!.);, 9350 cssu.
balance monthly- payments.
Choice building lot, close in. on paved
street, $b00. .Terms to suit purchaser.
147 acre farm with good buildings, close
tor rsiroad ststion. 40 acres in eulti
vation, 40 acres good timber, balance
in pasture. A good farm well located.
Price only $50 per acre.
MILLS r COPLEY
3314 State Street Phone 175
FOR SALE SPLENDID LOT S. 5TH
street, cloae in, all assessments paid.
5 room plastered house. 5 good lots.
$1675; $250. balance $15 per month,
, interest 6 percent annually.
5 -room house, ceiled and papered, east
on Lee street. $1650, $250 down, bal
ance PIS' per month,' 8 percent interest
I -room cottage, W. 'Salem, good lot, close
THE PUTNAM McLAREX CO.
180 X. Commercial St. Phone 430
6.86 acre tract of good soil, good drain
age, 3 room bungalow, well, large
chicken house 100 feet Jong, close in,
will consider automobile, good bnildins
lot in Salem or Portland up to $1400
as oart Davraent. Price Sl8.0.
Improved 5-aere tract, located on good
road U mile from Pacific highway,
good 5 room plastered bungalow, barn.
2 seres hesring loganberries. 2 acres
prunes, win trade lor moaern nunga
low in Salem. Trice 85000.
5 room house. 8 blocks south, bath, toilet,
lights, basement, stationary tubs, east
front. Price 2,430; 85jO down, Dal
a nc terms.
We have some fine building lots on
Commercial and Lincoln streets, paved
streets, lot 50 by , 150 feet. Price
3900 and up: terms.
We have some very fine '. acre lots
located south of Pulctn. close to cat
line and Pacific highway. Sightly lo
cation. Price $400 per M acre. $2."
own. balance f 10 per month," interest
32H sere 1 arm, 97 acres summer fallow
about fifteen thousand cords of fin
standing fir and a lot of oak timber,
located 1 3-4 miles from paved high-
war; will consider part trade. Price
$85 per acre.
If you are looking to boy, trade or sell
W.' HZ Grabenhorst & Co.
275 State street
BlULDING LOTS THREE OF THEM
Located on Pairmonnt Hill. Prirf
31200 cash. W. II. Grabenhorst A
Co, 275 State St.
FOR BKST BUYS AND EXCHANGED
see Thoinason. We hsve houses in al!
parts of the city from $600 up on
terms to suit, a good list of large farms
' and small tracts at bargain prices.
331 14 State St.
Best Buys and Exchanges
6 room house with bath, good lot, esst
front, garden, woodshed, 2 blocks car:
only 14U: f.wti down.
1 room new modern bungalow, good lo
ration; $3150: $500' down.
7 room strictly modern new bungalow
g.VOOO: 8750 down.
7 room modern brngalow. nice lawn and
shade. eait front, 1 block car: fine
condition; s resl 5uy; $2,800; $1500
down. v 1
" room first-class bnngslow. fine eon
riition: close in, only $3,750; see thit
before yoa nay.
S room gocd cottage, nice lawn, paved
street, ?2,oj0: fl t..O down.
to acres on Silverton road. 25 cleared
family orchard, buildings, all stock and
grain goes, if sold at once. so.J'".
1 acres, no buildings. 2'i acres ; onng
nrnnes and logans. 3 acres strawberr
7i miles Salem; $8,500; sell or tradt
for close m acreage.
3 acres H mile rarline, 1 3-4 acres ber
ri buildings: 83.600.
20 acres fruit with buildings for Salen
1 .rrM tmiiroved for ritr nronertv.
IRfi acre chocolate loam. 10 cleared
buildings. 1 4 miles town; $100 per
acre, stocked and equpped.
23 acres cultivated. 6 acres prunes.
Wildings, equipment and stock goes
$6.3H h-t cafch.
311 State street
6 mora ctlge. platred. modern excen
basement. has garage . fruit, store
house, all in good condition. A bar
eain for 3t5tH- term. S.VMI Hnwn
nalsnee easy. We have many other
00 eas" terms.
S. R. PEARSON
408 V. S. Bank Bldg.
7 ROOM HOUSE. $1750. MODERN
with basement. Urge lt. '-"
( near school, newlv sainted, built-in
Bargain if taken soon, $1,000 will
handle: will take in lnM car.
$. R. PEARSON
408 U. S. Bank Bldg.
PRICED FOR QUICK SALE 4 ROOM
Baagalew, sew, ill be cosnWted in
few days, two lots. Price 15i0? 8150
down, baJanre $25 per tronth. Locat
ed ia Kingweod Park. W. H. Orsb
enborat A t . 275 Mate Street.
5 room plastered cottage, electric lirt-
earsre. fruit, improved street, 17t.
5 room plastered eettare. balk, elect ri.
hlhlv well eontmttdd, fruit. 11.
feel froat, 821 H.
5 room bungalow, jast completed, plast
ered, bsth, ltchts. built in features, old
iviry finish, improved street. $2750,
very easy terms.
7 room plastered bouse.., bath, basement.
large lot, fruit, barn, rhukeu bouae.
excellent location. t!MW.
5 ronni plastered bt nga-ew, bath, lights.
cellar, bam. fruit, close in en paveid
street, t;SX, eaav icrn's.
512 State street
FOR SALE 10 ACRES RIVER BOT
torn land, 2 acres clear, balance tim
ler and brush, oa public road. Price
8750. Phone ! or IS63 W. Inquire
Auto Repa-r fhr.p, 245 Center.
FOR SALE ONE OF THE CHOICEST
eighty acre Italian prune orchards in
Southwestern Idaho. Highly improv
ed. Eight year old trees. Ample water
supply. Fully equippe-t with all kind
of implements, including caterpillar
tractor and new spraying machine.
lcep welt pure water, modem rrsid
ence. shade trees and lawaa ; small
family orchard. A beautiful home a
well as a good investment. Croti this
year will bring I14.0O0 to $16,000
Price, including alt equipment, 85O0
per acre. Address owner. Post office
drawer 529, Boise.
7 room modern bouse 4 blocks north of
state house, choice location, cloae in,
concrrte basement, paved street, cem
ent wa'ka. large parking, everything
good shape. Owner leaving town, for
quick sale, price $250O; terms." $720
down, balance like rent
S. R, PEARSON
408 U. S. Bank Bldg.
5 room bouse on Fairgrounds road.
paved: living room, dining room, 2
bedrooms, kitchen, bath, toilet, elec
trie light, buffett, Dutch kitchen, lin
o'eum, barn, garage, chicken bouse.
60 ft. well and engine pump and tank
acre bigans. blackberries, pears,
prunes. cherries, apple and walnut
tree, etc, and a lot 82.100 of an
acre. Price M.500. rash 82750. See
I.. A. Hayford. 305 State St.
TOR RENT FARMS
FOR RENT FRUIT FARM.
AND PRODUCE WANTED
Marion Creamery & Produc
Salem, Oregon Pkone 2488
I SALEM MARKETS .
Eggs and Pauitrv
liens, hesvy, 20c.
Hens, medium. 17c
Hens, light, 15c.
Old roosters. 8-10e.
Pork, Mutton and Beef
Top begs, 12s. 140 to 20 lbs.
now snd hogs. 9e.
Smooth has vies. 8 c.
Dressed bos-s. 15-1 fie
Lambs, yearling. 3 Vie-4c.
1921 milk laiuoa, 4 -6c.
Beef steers. 5c
Cows, 2 3e.
Top veal. 14 14 Vac.
Wheat 98c, No. 1 white.
Oats, milling. No. 1, 40e.
Oats, feed, 85c,
Vestch snd Dt hay, $10.
Clover Hay. $10.
Mill -Feeds. Wholesale
Mill run, 834.
Whole sal to Dealers
Creamery butter, 44-15c.
Whole milk, f 1.8.3 rwt.
Grspe Fruit, Cal, $4.50.
Dates, dromedary. $7 case.
Oregon cabbage. 5c.
Turnips, 82.00 sack.
Wax besot, 5c.
Cciery, $1 dozen.
New potatoes. 2c.
Oregon onions. 75c cwt.
Wslla Walla Onions, fa. 75.
Can, on tons. 82.25 aack.
Radishes, 40c dosen bunches.
Oregon cucumber. 50c...
Oregon honey, 30c lb.
Parsley. 50c dosen bunches.
Beets. 60e. dosen bunches.
Honey, extra-ted, 20c Ib.
reen Peas. 12e.
Cantaloupe, pony, $2; flat, 90c.
Green peppers, 20c lb.
Creamery butter, 48-50e.
Flour, hsrd wheat, $2 50 $2.60.
Flour, soft wheat, $1.65 $2.00.
lugar. $6.80. j
FIE THINGS ON
All Kinds of Fruits and Veg
etables Grown Here Are
Oregon is not only a land "flow
ing with milk and honey,"- but tt
is practically flooded with so
many other good things that the
hungry epicure might, well eat
himself to death at the first stall.
Here Is a partial 1 st of the
fresh fruits and vegetables now
mi the Sa'em market, all ralsen
in or around the city:
Corn froasting ears),' crook
neck squash, early buh Equasp.
lettuce, on'ons, carrots, beets
beans, turnips, peppers, cabbage.
;ameioupes. melons. apples,
pears, peaches, several kinds m
plums, prunes, crabapples. straw
berries, blackberries, tomatoes;
honey butter, home-made jams of
a score of kinds.
The hot, dry summer has at
toctod some of the later vegeta
bles, so that the yiild Is not all
that it m'ght be wished for.
Weans rquash, tomatoes, and even
some or the carl er things that
are already on the down grad er
that are less affected by the wea
ther, show the dry summer right
ill their perhaps less than usually
smiling: faces. The fruits are In
almost everv case of unugoal ex
cellence. -The crops are not us
ually too heavy to deplete the
moisture or th plant strength,
and what is offered is of the fin
Prices are exceptionally !w, af
ter the boom prices of a year and
more ago. Tomatoes have sold in
exceptional cases as low as
cents a basket, though about Durkee Is, 1 inwardly rented
- . . . sa f . las J
inree pounas tor quarter is slrlctnrea apon ray aiiaira. aw
more usual pr ce. rine eummer 'second, because X wajr f no means
squashes sell tor about 10 cents : .s complacent over tie newa ahe
apiece. watermelons retail at
Iroia 1 H to 2 cents a. pound;
some o the finest melons one
woald wish toise. too. Cante
loup's bring from " 95 cents to
$1 10 a crate; whether one fluyi
the 9-site, or the 12. or the li
to the crate. Most of these attll
ccrn-j irom v. aHiornia. inougn a
few Iccals are b?ing shown, l'o
tatoes are selling from 3 to
cents a pound. Sometime the
finest of neve potatoes- can o.
lKBcht for less: r?ppers, which
are never a steady dit but art
grown and rcld for luxuries, re
tail at 15 tents a -pound.; one
pound m ghl suftice- tor a, wnoie
ne ghborhood of non exponnient
fears are still almost too green
for eating though they are in.l
market and being sold fr can
ning. They have sold to the can
neriet al from 3 ti 3H cents a
pound. They usually retail at
cents a pound. Apples are raak
ing a good crop th s yar, end sell
trcry cheaply. Plums of neverat
varieties are now be'ng; offered.
Travelers through Salem bave
commented on the variety of lo
cal products, which reach almost
Into the tropical or scm -tropical
profus'on. One" doesn't reed to
hike across Into California, . or
swim to Honolulu, to get good
table fare tor any poibie taste.
The atuT is grown right here in
and around Salem.
Adole yarrlson'a Xew rhase of
REVELATIONS' OF A WIFE
HOW MADGE HELD STEAD
FASTLY TO FAITH AND HOPE.
If I had not known-Iillle Mra.
Durkeo so thoroughly I perhaps
should not have been so composed
at the thrust he had given me
concerning Dicky's visits to the
Fairfax apartment. But I have
become very well acquainted with
my small friend's propensity for
exaggeration, so at her remark 1
simply smiled at 4her teasingly,
ana hold up an admonishing fore
"Now, 'fess up!"J said sternly.
"On your honor1 now! Did Alfred
say specifically that he had soen
a lot of Dicky over at the Fair
faxes?" hne squirmed in lier chair as
an uneasy kitten ml&ht have done.
"He taid .he'd seen a lot of
Dicky," she declared defiantly.
'And if that doesn't . mean over
tt the Fairfaxes I. don't know
what does, for. from the things
Mfred lets drop I know Alt's there
.nore than half his time." ,
1 laughed and blew her a kiss.
"You little fraud, "i I said good-
.laturedly. "if the boys could
lear you they would "declare your
Imagination is working overtime
again.", . -
She pouted resentfully, even as
her pretty lau.iyi bubbled from
her lips. It is a tense and tragic
moment indeed for little Mrs. Dur-
kee when she cannot greet every
thing with a laugh. -
"I don't understand you at all.
Madge." she asserted. "If Dicky
were my husband and staying
down town for a month or two
and gallivanting around with a
pretty girl, I'd I'd snatch him
"No, you wouldn't," t returned.
composedly, snipping a .thread
from a pair of pink "creepers
I was making for my small son.
who, in a "walking chair"- clev
triy constructed framework on
wheels, which allows baby to
stretch his limbs and go through
the movements ot walking with
out bearing his whole weight up
on his immature muscleswas
ambling all over the screened ve
randa. "You'd be a sensible lady.
as I am, and realize that when
there is an unusual stress of work
on hand a man has to stay In the
city, and you wouldn't object to
hia calling on his friends or even
taking them out to dinner or the
A Brave Front.
It cost me an effort to say this
calmly and pleasantly. First, be
cause, dear friend as little Mrs.
MY HIT ID
THINGS THAT NEVER HAPPEN
iH fltWTS GL(S9 WHEff flf
corns, Vswe i aijoy t
' ' : - - - ,
had broHght me aa :M outwaru
Not that I ever a rata coald be
rrally Jealon of tMHtt Fa-rfa ,
That she still hopelessly loved
Dicky 1 was sure, althouch her
war work had given her-other
interests, and had broadened her
horison ao that ahe Would never
again be as unhappy lover him as
he had been. Bati durlnrt, th
time follow ins DicVty'a airplan
iccMrnt. v'slon had ? been given
me to see many things, and among
them was the plorloua truth jthat
despite alt his volatUe naatabUr
ness my husband's hfrart waa su
premely mine. j
Mr. Durkee'a Suggestion.
I was not Idiotic enough to be
lli re that i. never would face tho
"ncer of losing. him but I knew
that his fancy would never be en,
-i-hed by girl of: Edith FairV
fax'a gentle, rather colorless na.
ture. The rare beaOty. the im
per.ous ways, the touch- of dlab
We of the Grace Draper type of
girl would always spell danger, at '
least temporarily tor me. lint
our marital lave had weathered
one such test, and I resolutely
shut my eyes to the possibility of
another. And as for idle, grace-
ful attentions from Dicky to his
Ktud'o friends. I had long since
made up my mind that I Would -
waste neither time nor emotion In
needless thought over them.j
Dut it is one thing to resolve.
another to carry out that resolve..
tot only in the letter, but In the
splrtL So. while I .was able to
keep my face composed, my bands
rorn trembling, yet any wife will
unden-u.id that my brain did not
exactly eajoy the pictures Which
little Mra, Durkee'a word$ had
flashed upon it. Ittconalstentl.
::eiflshly also, f must a Jam. I
-uld miner have visualised mv ,
tutband rulklng in his studio over
ur uisarreement than hav pie. .
tured him mak'ne a 3ovoa
Fourth in the outings of Alfrtd
Durkee and the Fairfax girls.
Ana despite my- outward com- "
posure. little Mrs. , Durkee was
shrewd enough to read my
thoughts.' I; i ,
"You're a good talker. Madee
she aaid calmly, putting lout
steadying hand toward Junior,
wno was rioi ng bis best to over
turn the walking chlr, "but you .
AAM. I.1...I . ' fer I a
v uiuu me. l ou re no mora .
pleased to hear of Dicky rushing
a girl around to Places than anv
other woman would be, but I sup-
tlftcjA -n .. 'A S. a , . m ..... .....
ju u no tiiuwrtt up in IllllO
pieces before you'd admit JL.
"How this you rnrster dons trrnw!
He must be nearly a year old.
isu't he?" Ii . )
"Ho'U have his blrthdav net
Sunday,"-! said proudly.
ri . ........... i - ,
ij souii f ; my utile
friend 'exclaimed estctedly. "I
didn't know It was that near." - r
&ne snatched Junior from hJa
walking chair and besanUn
oyer him in her delightful fashion.
a .us nearr,, u DlS AuntlO ,
Durkee didn't almost fprget ds "...
booful baby's blrfay. j Never '
mind, he shall have sOmeflng
pretty, so he the JLiVSho, inter ,ie
rupiea nerseil to, look Up at ma
shrewdly: , '. ,i; J.- s
"You ought to bare a" party Tor
him, ( i8he,aid, wot ' tcoursn
Dicky will bo home for SiindayT''
. "Of course," I said confidently,
steadfastly crushing , down an
semblance of doubt.
'(To be continued)
Fires Cook, is Now ,
Facing Federal Law
HONOLULU; T. II,, Aug. II..
Seto. Chan, a Chinese restaurant
owner here, is charged with illeg
ally entering United! States terri
tory, because he discharged his
cook recently, L ,
The two incidents teem to have t
no connection, but the cook. when.
discharged, threatened Chan with ;
dire consequences. When the
tbre.tts failed to hafo eft'ect the
cook rushed to federal autbori- I
ties and informed them that Chan V
was born in China j and be bad
smuggling himself iijto Hawaii in ;
violat.on of the lawj I .
Chan's arrest rollowed.f He de.
nfes the charge, declaring that he
was born and educated In Ha
wali. He speaks English and Ha
waiian, fluently, in addition to
Chinese.. He - is at liberty on f
bond, pending a deportation hear
int. i -
Read .The Classified Ads.
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