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TOE OREGON STATESMAN. SALEM. OREGON
TUESDAY MORNING. SEPTEMBER, 6. 1921
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g" bssUs' eeatreet, Hf
I v . v KORWICH UNION
PXBB rXSCKAXCE BOCIETT
TbJelsoa. RoUnd Bnrghardt
Reeldent Agcat ( 87 1 Btte Bt.
MONEY TO LOAN
-; " , On RMt Estate ' ' -
V. r. K. FORD '
: (Ortr Ladd 4 Bath Bank)
LOANS REAL ESTATE
Ws leave eBTtalBg We kavs tee ir
t - loae Fir m lack lit teas Oat
' I arse aaa sity property U are
lota. See first.1
,e04-T Orsgoa Bldg. Psoas 1S
FOB BALE CL'CUMBEKS FOR PICK
leing. Phona 1635-W. :
-FOSTER" lOe CIQAR ! WILL GIVE
too a gaod social swoks after dinner.
1 Fhoae 2U31-W.
YOUR SI'IT PRESSED WHILE YOU
wait. Wardrobe. 179 S. His St.
THE OREGOS FIRE RELIEF ASSOCIA
,i tian of MeMinaville is i 87 years aid.
And bas saved the' neectle of Oregoa
. j.-eaeay Billions of dollars daring, thai
time in their lira intsarenee rates
(Handler 4 Foley, Afts- Phone 347.
1X8T A BAG CONTAINING A SET OF
draas trsps an State Htrt betweea
Dreamland rink and 14th. Pbona 883-tt.
'' Reward. ,
WASTED 5 OR ROOM HOUSE NOV
' ember 1st. Responsible party. Box -834,
Salem. ,: . '-)- ' . I -
MAID WANTED FOR GENERAL HOUSE
work. Good pay, all the modern con
veniences to make work easy includ
ing elertrie range, electric diahwasher,
" eleetrie washing machine sad iron, sc
cuam cleaner. See Mr, Schmidt, 268
. - H. Coat 'I St, at aaea. f: ;
2800 LB. TEAM HORSES, 3 AND 6
years old, sound, true and gentle, ii.
T. McFsrlsnd, P. O. ' Aurora, Ore,
Route 3. Fargo, Ora. Electric Station.
Bungalows On j Terms
4 rooms, cement bssement, fireplacs, ce
nient walks, built in. ! New. Price
$3,O0Ogl,000 dowa, balance like rent.
4 rooms, modern at $2,200. Terms.
6 rooms modern, cement walks and paee
uient. Boar schools and car, (or $3,000.
ft rooms with everything you wsnt, lur
liaee, Itreplaea, garsge, 1 wonder lot on
pavement aesr school, cement walks,
lawa, f rait and flower!. 4jU0, cash
or equivalent. i
$ 'rooms modern with fireplace end gsr-
' aea. tS&OO. . . v .
9 rooms ' with everything, (all ' cement
basement, furosce, frt-Mylsre ana gar
age. Largs rooms, everything built in.
a 400. terms. . 1
7 rooms sBadera and eloe to University
and atata house, furnace. In is 94300
' Terma. . . i -
Immadisla possession an alt but two of the
. abuve bungalows, way rent
, iiECKE HENDRICKS
20S U. S. Bk. Bldg
FOR BALE GOOD MOVERS' HOUSE
. 14th street, large Jot, erge Javed
treat, for $4300. Terms., Ben F.
Wast, 70tt StaU 8ui
FOR SALE 1$ ACRES OF FIRST
class soil, some logana and atrnwber
'ries snd H acres of 'good spuds for
$8300.' All goes. Terms. Ben F.
-West, 310 to. Bute 8t.
a) FRESH COW FOR 8ALB 740 8. 12TH
1; street. , ' T' '
FOR SALE CHEAP ONE FORD TRUCK
'1, attachment, Telephone 863, evenings.
I " W. Bohsnsn. ... ' ... '
FOR RENT FIVE ROOM MODERN
horse at ' 1053 Saginaw St. 820 a
month. Phono. 23 or call. Statesman
paslaosa aHies. j v..-. -. : .- - .
LOST AIRDALE DOG.j Finder ploaas
phona 1788W4. Reward.
-OH KENT ATTRACTIVE TWO ROOM
furnished housekeeping snite. Ground
floor. Refined - environment. " Releren
eas vqiretf. Phona H673-W.
LADY WILL KEEP 8 YEAR OLD GIRL,
address' 'f-8," cars'- Statesman.-'
WANTED' WOODCUTTERS. WILL
furnish drag saws. 4 Silvsrton road.
M JJ MayfleW. j -i ,
IIP PICKERS WANTED PAY BY
weight, 1 cent a pound. Leo Hlng,
Root 8, Box 98, Bslem. Fivs tad a
half, mile f rom - Saleov .'
WANTED GOOD, BRIGHT BOY, ,14
years of age or over,: with bicycle, to
carry ronta ia Southeast part of city.
Apply Circulation Manager. Oregon
WANTED ENERGETIU TOUNO MAN
wha kag . had axpsrlenca tailing Ufa
lasursaca. stocks r advsrtisUg. Must
ba able to derate hla entire time aad
aa aaablttoaa lor sdmseeaeat Meat
have tba eoursgs to 1 p reseat businees
eropositioa to merchaaU aad profes
sional aasn. Aaawsr ia your aw hsad-
. writing ntating ago, odueatloBal aal
Uications, experience as solicitor, etc.
' Addreaa I .No. 31. Btatoamaa affieo.
HOP PICKERS WANTED BELL HOP
yard. Begin picking i immediately. Re
gister 41 1 Oregon Bid.
HOP PICKERS WANTED A FEW
mora pickers wsnted at Catllo's yard.
Priea paid $1.20 per' hundred. Leave
yonr asms at 1166-J. ; :
WANTED MEN Alt WOMEN TO
take fans paper sabaeriptloas. A good
propoeitioa to tha right people. Addreaa
tha Paoifte Homestead, 8 ta teaman Bldg.
Salam. Ora. . . ., , f r ?. 1. ... -
TEACHERS WANTED IFOR THE FOL
lowing positions: - English. French
Physical education In high school. Ssl
i ary $1350. Physics! education aad
- . music for primary grades in instita-
tiesal school. Teaching experience ne
,' eettsry but certificate not required;
salary $100. School al threa pupils
' ia soothera part of state; room for
. housekeeping in school building, free;
Salary $100. Experience necesssry.
, Coast Teachers' bureso, 215 fl. Com
raereial street. Salem. Mrs. Blanche
Jones, maaacer. 1
FACIAIr SCALP TREATMENTS ; YIO
1st ray; msnicnring. shampoaint. or
ana Bath house, phona 840.
, FOX - SALE MY ENTIRE. STOCK OF
I merchandise, consisting of new and
' . tarotid hand furniture, , Rettoa of tall-
. ing because el -death. Fine opportun-
I a ' ' My for someone. 1 Mrs. Ileary P.
! Smith. Slavtoa, OteJ "
FOR SALE CANARY BIRDS. DAY
and . - BirM : ainrersi .. Mrs. Bennett.
Phone 12W0. '1030 Chemeketa.
Read The; Classified Ads,:
IF TOO WAHT TO GET THS BEAT
farm pepar. a4 15 M Tbe Peecfie
ruaauu, mkb, urefw, ler a ia
boiUi trial an
"ALADDIN READY CCT HOC8E8"
80 percent saved la east ot eooetrue
tioa. Cbas. r'. Smith, factor? trprx
eatative, 020 Northwest beak Bldg..
HOO SALE ALL WEEK ELLA FIX
FOB LEASE ON SHARES 10O GOOD
stork ewes. F. M. Chittenden, 543
X. Water street, Salem. Oregon,
FOR SALE SCOTCH COLLIE PUP
Six mon.hs aid. Phone 1872.
WIRE HOP, LOGANBERRY, CHICKEN
wtra. Btataboek. 78 Coart street.
OFFICE b) AMD STORES A BIO LOT
ef aew books for sale A kail price
ESTABLISHED MOTION' PICTURE
business, controlling one of the best
towns outside Portland, 6000 popula
tion. Two theatres, 50O and 250 seats
Price ritht. For particulars. Peek,
.Nolan k Peek, The Dalles, Ore.
THE WESTERN SONGSTER
SCHOOL AND COMMUNITY BINGING
A especially good selactioa of tha songs
yea have beea wanting with wards and
Basic complete. Mo matter how ntaa
eoogbooks yon have you should have
this ooe. contaiaisg the Oregoa tonga
Prices : Single copies, 25c; t cents
each la lota el a dosea or mora; tit. 60
- tha haadred, postpaid. Seeoad aditioa
printed since pteinber.
OREOOS TEACHERS MONTHLY
11 8. Commercial St Salem. Oreaw
POULTRYMEN BEND EIGHT TWO
trial lor.' tha best aad oldest jonrnal
in the want. Tha articles aad adver
tisements ara ot special interest to
k. I . a a .a
ina poultry oreeaert 01 tne northwest
Northwest Ponltry Journal. 211 Com
sareialSt, Salem. Oreiton. -
DRY FIR AND OAK WOOD FOR BALE
OLD GROWTH Id TV Win BBKA. A
It. seeoad growth aad ask. Phone
. ISO 1.
FOR SALE LARGE 4 FT. MILL WOOD,
aawed even lenrth, 12 inch or 16 inch.
Seasoned mill wood. First elsss 16
inch old fir. Second growth fir, sswed
. 10 inch. Fred E. Wells, 805 8. Church
GEM HOTEL. 18S SOUTH r05l,m
rial, rooms 85c, 50e and 75e. Lucy
FOR RENT FURNISHED ROOMS.
very ressonsblo. Telephone 644-M or
can 7B7 cross street.
LEONARD HOTEL NEW MANAGE
- meat, clean, neat rooms aad apartataata.
aaa a oris front ot.-
FOR RENT LARGS SUIT OF ROOMS.
first floor, with private bath. The
Alexandria, 1030 Ckecaeketa atreet.
FOR RENT ROOM FOR OENTLEMAN
in modern bo aaa aad centrally ieeat
ed. Please give aame aad address
K rare Statesman.
FOR RENT MODERN BUNGALOW. 25Q
South Cottage Street.
HOUSE TO RENT 690 8. 18th; HOT
and cold water. Range connected.
F. L. WOOD B stATi BT REAL
. aststa, rsntals.
FOR "LEASE OR RENT HOUSE AND
lot after September 21 at 1345 B
atreet, Salem. Address E. Barton,
205 E. 84th, Portland, Ore.
FOR KENT-SIX ROOM BUNGALOW,
np to date, clots in. For further in
formation, call Mrs. Solomon, phoae
PETIT PRUNES WANTED PHONE
OLD MATTRESSES MADE OYER
Capitol City Bedding Co, Phoae 19.
WANTED WOOD HAULING. CALL
CHERRIES WANTED WE ARE BUY
lag Black Republicans, Binga aad Lam
berts. Drager Fruit Company.
WANTED USED HOUSEHOLD GOODS,
ranges and eookstoves. tools, man's
suits ..and shoes. Liberty Exchange.
$41 N. Commercial. Phoae 841.
WANTED EVERTTHINw IN HARD
vara and furniture. Best prices paid.
THE CAPITAL HARDWARE
AND FURNITURE CO.
85 N. Commercial 8L Phoae $47
AUTO TOPS W. 0. WRIGHT. XT1
AUTO TOP. UPHOLSTERY, WORK
guaranteed, 66$ South Utk, pheas
TIRES AMP ACCESSORIES
SMITH-WATKINS, 147 NORTH HIGH.
Flak, 8ilverlea Cord, Hood extra ply
Slrwa. Everything tnr aasa .
FOR RALE DODGE DELIVERY
track, very reasonsble. 554 Ferry St
HAVE YOIT SEEN THAT CLAS8Y
Paige Light Bis at the Dodge garage
at half price t The beat bny in I he
city. See show window.
GREAT OPPORTUNITY IF YOU HAVE
use lor a Diamond T V ton track
that originally cost $5,800 and can be
bought for less thso hslf that price,
communicate with the First National
Bank ol Canby, Oreron. In rood ran
dition, and equipped with dump body
or could be changed far wood hsntinc.
FOR SALE FORDSON TRACTOR,
gsng plow and double diae. All nearly
new. $800. Terms. A. E. Crsy. Rt.
1. Phone 7F3.
GARAGE AND REPAIR
HOFFMAN EOS EL TIRE KEPAIR
Ing. vulcanising, retreading; 191 South
Commercial street. Phone 471.
CAPITAL GARAGE BUICK. 8TUDE
.' baker repairing. 17 South Liberty.
AUTO ELECTRICIAN: EXPERT TROU
ble aheotl . St VaU High. Phase
fAIR GROUNDS GARAGE TIRES. AO
eases rise, ased care. Oar work traar
saieed. 1 641 . PerUaaA ateajL, Phoae
SOUTH COMMERCIAL OAKAGX GEN
era! repairing and everhauiiag. 420
8. Commercial St Saleea.
PRESTO-LITE BATIKRT SERVICE
atatmo. Expert batterv and electrical
work, rtrrlt Bros. Phone 1803, 418
.. Conrt, . - - . - fi
OAEAQES JUTD REPAIR
TRACY'S KTOKAGE OAKAGE 444
AUTO REPAIR SHOP 1. MUXJUt. $45
Center. Phoae airO.
8 A I.EM AUTO RADIATOR BHOP 18
Sooth 12 lb. Pboae 2d.
J O. BAIK. RADIATORS. FENDERS,
BodMa renairad. 444 Ferry.
NOW OPERATING MODEL BEAUTY
Parlor. 110 North Commercial Street.
M. MYRTLE BERNARD MASSEUSE;
hours, lui, Sundsy: evenings by sp
? ointment. Oregon Bath House. Phone
COZY NOOK BARBER SHOP 1J
REMINGTON CONFECTIONERY. HOME
asada caadiea. eoefectiOBa, cigars, mag
asiaea 1373 Mtata.
DR. L. M. HUM CURES ANT KNOWN
dieeaae ISA R Hiah St- Phoae 388
MR8. ESCU AGENT FOR PRINCESS
Corsets. Phons 1043 R. 891 8. 12th.
DRES8MA KING 1299 8ont High.
GRACE WHITE. DRESSMAKING 830
Diviaioa. Phone 1U31W.
EDITH M. ASHLEY DRESSMAKER,
1345 Broadway; 1436 J.
MRS. R. CARTER EXPERIENCED
dressmaker. Pbona 187 1W.
RUTH McADAMS DRESSMAKER, 756
South 12th. Phono 1824 M.
HATTIE WILLIAMS DRESSMAKING.
248 North Cottage. Phana 1552W.
CARRIR FlsnER DRESSMAKING,
deaigaing. Spencer eoreeta , to order.
3 McCormack Bldg.
MRS. VAKTY, DESlGNEtf AND MAKER
Ladies' Suits and Gowns. T McCor-
SECURE MY FIGURES ON WIRING.
By contract, by horr. At pre-war
prices. H. W. Hstch, phone 1744 W.
MRS. HILDEBRAND. PLEATING 890
South 24th. Phone 798 M l.
BREWER DRUG CO.
SALEM ELITE HEM 8T ITCHING,
chainstitehing, plesting, buttons. 829
830 Oregon Big. Phone 879.
MRS. C. A. GRIMM. MILLINERY, MA
tron, children's hsts specialty; remod
eling. 226 Oreaon Bldg.
HAT BHOP MEN'S AND WOMEN'S
hats rsaavated aad blocked 495 Coart
INSURE YOUR AUTOMOBILE WITH
tha Oregon Auto Indemnity Exchange.
Fun protection. Reduced ratea. Frank
Meredith Co. Bnsh-Breymaa Block.
PORCH BOXES BEDDING PLANTS
for sale. Smith 'a -801 North Commer
MARION-POLK COUNTY FARM LOAN
association hat money te loan at six
percent. W. D. Smith, secretary-treaa
wrer. not Salem Rank of Commerce
JOE'S PLUMBING SHOP. SHIPPING
and Broadway. Phone 1502. Price.
reasensble. It yon have anything to
ix let woe uo it.
PLUMBING, REPAIRIKW AND COIL
work. Phono 1517J. Shorn. 137 Uaina
atreet. A. L. Godfrey. -
MOUNTAIN BALM COUGH REMEDY
SALEM LAUNDRY CO Mr ANY, 18$ &
Liberty street. Phone 35. 01 dear
largest best. Established 1880.
CAPITAL CITY BTEAM LAUNDRY
Ouality work, prompt service, 1884
Broadway Phona 185.
DR. II. J. ANDERSEN, i MAGNETIC
healer. Drugless physician. 416 Or
egon Bldg. Phone 1108.
STRAWBERRY PLANTS SMALL
fruits, other nursery stock, for Oct
ober delivery. Plsce your order now.
Ward K. Richardson, 2395 Front,
LET BERTELSON DO YOUR PRINT
ing. Jnst phone 779. Y Bldg.
WANTED CONFINEMENT CASES Al
private iospitsl. I have beat af aqvip
meat. Phone 1859J.
THE NEATEST PAINTER IN TOWN
Work by day, contract. Walla. Phone
DAY18 STRAvrBBACtrn GENERAL
contractors; paints, oit, wallpaper. $20
South Liberty. Phoae 901.
AUBREY H. CLARE, SUCCESSOR TO
Gleaa L. Adame. Painting, paperksBg
tag. kalsomining. Work rnaraateed.
Terma reasonable. Pheee 1894J; rea.
49K Sontb Winter.
SIX PORTER FOR PAINTS, WALL
a per and Picture Framing. Good wark
men 4SS Ooart St. Phone 4BA
MISS GOODHUE TAKES BUB SCRIP
tions lor all asagasinea, 881 So. 17th
' ate Phone 41M
MARGARET BURNS PUBLIC 8TEN
egrspber. 408 Maaoais Bldg. Pbona
ROOFS RE3HINGLED. CLEANED, RE
p aired, painted ar tarred. Paaaa Kayos
REFAIKING AND SHAJLPENINO
CUTLERY GRINDING. LAWK MOWXR8
.safety - rasora, eve. b Lew art a
Shop. 847 Court atreet.
BEN WHEELER EVERYTHING Re
paired. General sharpening, ehtesaey
tHS N. lTtk at Pbaaa 141 BW
WILLIAM'S SHOE SHOP 18 SOUTH
DC LUXE STUDIO. KODAK FINISH
to. 147 North ConunerciaL
Read The Classified Ads.
DOROTHY PEA ROE PIANO. 27
North Winter. Pboae 34 i.
ADA MILLER VOCAL. STUDIO DER
by bidg.. Phone 1V48 J.
ALLIE CHANDLER PIANO, $51
BEATRICE EUEI.TON PIANO STUDIO
345 Martaa. Pbaaa 110v.
LILLIAN HARTSHORN PIANO. 34
North Church. Pbona 17$.
T. a ROBERTS PIANO, ORGAN. $70
Scuth 14th. Pheas 7 70.
DAN F. LANCKNREKG. VOCAL
Derby Bldg. f bona 207$.
LENA WATERS PIANO. 1478 MILL
MOLLIS STYLES VOICE. PIANO. 85
Ceater Phone 2016K.
JULIA MILLS WE1GEL, PIANO, 1560
South, Church. Phono 131R
F. U MILLER VIOLIN"; OTHER
string instruments. 419 Marion hotel.
LCC1LE ROSS PIANO. ORGAN. 408
North Liberty. Phone 1187W.
MATTIK GILBERT 8TKING IN8TRU
menia, 1572 Stat. Pboae 1156 R.
MISS MAMIE SHEPHERD. PIANO
player; dances, all occaaiona. 257 N.
BERTHA JUNK DARBY, AUTHORIZED
teacher, Godowsky Proacesaive Scri-a
Piano. 679 orth Cottage. Phone
WESTERN CONSERVATORY OF MLS
ic of Chicago, Frank E. Chnrchill, rep
resentative. Diplomas granted, Odd
SALEM CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC
All branches taught, diploma's granted.
John R. Sites, director. 1237 Coart
WENDELL HELM TUTTING. REPAIR
ing, Pbona 492.
EDWARD WELP EXPERIENCED
piano tuner. Leave ardera Will's
R. W. BALLANTYNE. TUNER. PLAY
era a specialty. Pbona 352. Cher
ringtoa Piano Houaa.
PIANOS. PLAYER PlAitOS; NEW.
used. J. W. Tallmaa, 121 So. Com'L
CHERR1NGTON PIANO HOUSE, HAN
diet Bush-Lans celebrated pianos
415 Court. Phono 852.
8ALEM SCAVENGER GARBAGE. RET
aaa of all kinds removed. Cesspools
rlnc1 mono 167.
LAN HAM TAXI COMPANY PHONE
THE OREGON TAXI-TRANSFER CO,
Liberty A Ferry. Phoae 77. Dry
slrh. I A inch wood for sale
MERCHANTS' DELIVERY. 17$ 80UTH
High. Pbona 290. Trunk, city. 50c.
CAPITAL CITY TRANSFER CO. $28
Bute St, phone 838. Distributing,
forwarding aad storage iu specialty
'-let one ratea.
SECOND HAND GOODS
HIGHEST PRICES PAID FOR SECOND
hand clothing snd shoes. Also ds
cleaning, pressing snd repairing. Call
and deliver. Capital Excbsnge, 842
North Commercial. Phone 136S-W.
WE BUY AND SELL SECOND HAND
goods of all kinds, pipe fittings, bar
aesa, collars, collar pada, tools, and
chains. Fred Schiadlex, $58 beater
STOVES BTOVB SEPAIRXNG
STOVE REPAIRING, REBUILT, C0IL8.
eoanectiona. Will call and clean, pol
ish at houae. 871 North OommsrcisJ
, Phone 784.
STOVES REBUILT ATer KEPAJRED
40 yeara experience; Depot National
fence, suet 20 to 28 Ins. high. Paints
oil and vexuiahee, ate, loganberry aad
hop hooka. Salem Fence and Stovs
Works. $50 Court street. Phono 134
FRANK PALM MERCHANT TAILOR.
211 8. High and Ferry.
WHERB TO EAT
WHITE CLOUD TEA HOUSE OPES
Sunday, morning e o'clock. American
style. 11014 N. Comercial. Phone
472. Saun Ixiuie, Prop.
WHITE CLOUD TEA HOUSE CHINA
dishes, noodles, free dancing. Opes
9 a.m. 1 af night. 110 V4 N. Com'L
PORTLAND SALEM STAGE ON THE
hour, 7 to 7, $1.50 each way includ
ing war tax,
O. E Depot Vows Btaad
7:00 a.m. 8: 15 a m
11:00 a.m. 1:00 p.m
6:00 p.m. 8:16 pm
Leave 8alem O.E, depot 7:00 a.m,
11:00 e.m, 5:00 pjn.
Leave Monmouth Hotel 8:15 e.m
1:00 p.m. :1S p.m.
Iveave Independence Hotel 8:80 e.m,
1:15 p.m, 8:30 p.m.
gpecisl trips by appointment.
Seven passenger esr for hire.
J W. PARKER, Prop.
Ree. phone 418 Business phone
CITY AND COUNTRY WOOD SAWING.
Phone- 2046. Fisher Bros.
LEM WATER, LIGHT POWER CO
Office, 801 South Com'l St. Tea per
cent discount en domestic flat rales
aaid ia advance. No dedactiona lor ab-
?ao ?! CSUM nnieaa water
shas off ronr nretn iaee.
CORNS AND CALLOUSES REMOVED
without psin. Applisnces from indi
vidual impression. Dr. Tstro. Masonic
Bldg, Phone 442.
DR. O. U SCOTT. P. a O.. CHIROPRAO
tor, 309 12 U. S Bank Bldg Phoae
87: Ree 8J8R.
OSTXOPATHIO PHYSI CLANS
0R" .WITE AND MARSHALL, 608
C. 8. National Baak Bldg.
OR. W L. MERCER, OSTEOPATHIC
Physieisa and surgeon: Kirksvflle
paduate '404-405 U. 8. National Bank
Bldg. Phones Office, 919; Rea. 814
OIV JOHN L. LYNCH. OSTEOPATHIC
Peysinae aad Siiigeoa. 408-404 Orvevm
Bldg; Phaaes: Office, 1394: Rea. 58F5
GLASSES FITTED BT M.bR. BUR
t the Bow Optical Company.
I uSiu PPoaiU Ladd aad
f I hi IW Ik ttn.WBM wan I I
i on nan vsrssanaj
eame 8. Armory. First. Third Mendaya.
165 ACRE STOCK RANCH TO TRADE
lor Saleat residence property. $$,000
valuation. Address "I-8$' cars
i Statesman,. , , , t . --
utd ?STAT? TRADERS TOO CAN
Sttu ti r-.f ,u rjf
tar 11 ' r aaagalowa C.km
W. Niamey . Maaaai. Tn stkm!
'lose uTrlr rZ 1hI. tr .
LEMl.VG REALTY CO
- - otaie
7 .i?EP ,!rs. PLASTER
ia v-r. .lir skit, into and
8- R- PEARSOV
L- 8- Bank idc.
close in, all aasessmeats paid.
S:PiV rood teu.
5 room hZ.i I ".
on 1; ?P". cast
H-Mlw 6j0. $250 down, bal
4 'Mo"1 W- S1- 'ot close
180 s"f- PCTAM McLAREX CO
lN- crcial St. Phou, 430
7 ROOM MODERN" HOUSE WITH
baaement, Kooi ot, ur .rhoj 1
mon'th" downVs 1
Hnk Bldg Ptnoa V. S.
RInSrTOt;,''AY ,50 00
hav. 2 moB,h " M. I
in . '1 T"Ur'
whi."b ? 7 w r room buaralow
Kurir11 you- Fhon
EX14348V.rere. MESfrOSSIDER THIS.
irrtlrA " h" PPle and pM,
.j ,n '"callent condition New
"hr w,nt y vacant lot we
JHC Ii,u, 3 room hot-ae for $575
Tsst p$'r3tored-c,Me ,o - 1
zn: is-: r" o
5 unfurniahed rooms for rent
- ivwmi icr rent.
331 14 Sute street
12 ROOM ROOMING HOUSE CLOSE IN
at a bsrgsin. This will gjve a good
income, price $5,500
in: vWoJ,,lirn- we" Proved.
afl U iTn6'1- rk- plee.U and
. a?Xft00' w,n uk S,era Property
np to 87..roo , . u rF
u oo modi rn bnngslow, $ t 5oo
sTo,,'0de', bunltaow. close in, for
... ii- i.T r Property with us, we
-m7. Je ,U,f- : We, do not Mk reconi
mend exclusive lutings. Squsre desl.
and fair play is all wa ask.
JOSEPH BARBER & SON
200 Gray Bldg.
5 room plastered house, close in on North
Commereiel street. Bsth, lights, cellar
Carafe, fruit, coruer let, $3,400.
7 room plsstered house, bath, lights, cel
Isr, windmill, bsrn, chicken house 8
lots, 180 fruit trees, good house and
a rand lim A firm
7 room plastered 'house on South Liberty
Irtee.f V. a ,.... . I. . 1. 1 .
r : i Bru, , large
lot. fruit. t.1 nn
5 vSm fo,.u'e.- completed, bath,
....., nun. in leaturea, 12,800.
These homes rsn be bought on very
331 State street
i room cottage, east front, modern ex-
vc, luniai-c, iswns, snaue, close in:
only $2400 r
9 room strictly modern residence, good
DDU oarn, (carafe, fruit and
hrnbbery, lot 100x210; cheap st
$5,500 tl 2SO dw. K
$300 and instalments buys room bouse
.iu un, east iront.
5 rooms modern except furnsee, fine big
lot; 1 block to car, $2,500.
18 room house for rooms or apartments.
w. .oiiuiuon, cioae in, S7,DUO; easy
navment. it will n. A. i
3 acres cultivated, family fruit, 5 room
lVi miles city limits. $3,500, half
. . n u .
Trade 5 acres Ke.t 1.nt ..v M . .1
buildings, garsge, good locstion, price
$4,500, lor house in Salem.
15 acres sll cultivated, few berries, new
bung-slow, bsrn. gsrsge, rock road:
$7,500 XL e..h
20 acres sll eultivsted, buildings, orchsrd.
miTerion rosa, ra.xau.
94 seres, new build intra, grsvel road, 2
miles town, $7,000; terms.
We hsve some good trsdet, let ni match
341 State street
JUST ONE OP OI R SQl'ARE DEALS
good home, cheap. Five room modern
home, Iscing east on a good street
in south part of town. One block
from paved street. $2,500 and terms.
Bungalow for rent or ssle.
SQUARE DEAL CO.
20S U. S. Bsnk
JU8T LISTED GOOD FIVE ROOM
bungalow and bath, near rarline and
school. On paved street. A real good
bny at $2,450. Krueger, 209 Oregon
Vacant lot on Broadway close ia $500.
A good lot on paved street close in tOOO.
All sssessments paid, good terms.
A line east front lot on psved street $800.
Don't rent, buy a home on amsll down
payment. Balance monthly. See ns
We hsve a client who wishes to bay s
fruit rsnch with small smount down
balance in crop payments.
Mills & Copley
331 Vs State St.
200 ACRE FARM MILES FROM SA
lef, 100 acres eultivsted, balance tim
ber and pssture. old buildings; will
consider good borne in Salem ss psrt
psyment. Price $20.00O.
Well improved 4 sere home in Wood
burn to trsde for modern home in
Sslem. Price 1 6.500.
5 room bonse snd Urge esst front lot.
bearing fruit, bsrn. Price $2,500;
room house and three lots Iocs ted just
outside of city limits, close to car
line. Price $2,500.
S room bnngslow located $70 Richmond
avenue. ' basement, flrejrare, ttsth, toil
et, lights. Price $3,600.
Hall acre lots close to S. Commercial
street car line end main paved high
wsv. Price $400 per trsct, $25 down,
bslsnre $10 per month, interest 6
II you are looking to buy, trade or sell,
W, H, Grabenhorst & Co.
$7S Ststa street
WOOD'S BARGAINS LOT EAST 8A
lein. 40x100, $125. Four lots 50x150,
esst Salem, $125 each. Three room
haaae. ss lot. $SSrt. New buaralew.
modern, $1350. Five room reitae-e,
paved atreet. $2300; $500 cash. Five
h..,.!.. 02400. $400 fash.
w"rve room cottage, south Sslem. ptred
street and car line. $1650. Want to
bay a good residence lot near State
, -'$41 Slate street-,; -
FARM FOR SALE, 113 ACRES, WELL
suited far prunes, cherries, siaall traits
sad general farming. Near school.
Coed new baiidine- Will replace
srwo U.OOO. to sril this fall. Uifhl
ake sntaie trade. Write wa-r tar
Ai'.l paitH-uUrv Poat OH ire box 214.
16 ACRES. I5.00. MODE.HN HOUSE,
fruit of all kinds. On paved read, mile
east of i kioaravuth. Might consider
trade fi-r ii.ali bungalow. Mrs. M.
Alders, loJeprndea -e, Ovegdn, K. 2.
5 room houae ou Fairgrounds road,
paved; living room, dining room. 1
bedrooma. kitchen, bsth. Utile t. elee
trie light, buffetl. Dvuk kitchen, tin
oleum, barn, garage, chicken house
60 ft. Well and engine pump aad tauh
H acre togane, black berries, pears,
prunes, I cherries, apple aad slunl
trees, etc, aui a lot 82.IOO af sa
acre, price tt.Soii, cssh $2750. See
L. A. Harford. 305 State SU
12.200 BUYS MODERN SEW Bl'NGA
law. F. S. Lamport, owner. Phone
FOR S.yiE OR TRADe BY OWNER
nice improved 40 acre farm close to
Salem. Price right. Phone 53F5.
A DANDY LOT OS S. COMMERCIAL
at 50, paving paid. Fleming Realty
Ce.. 341 State street.
LET US EXPLAIN THE NEW SYSTEM
of selling youf property. Property
listed pot exclusivt Your property
Shotogisphed. Brawn. Msgee and
fssie Snydrr. Ovtr Busirk's stare.
State and Commercial. Phone 559.
Fine modern 7 room bonse on court
street, large lot and a fine noma for
Nice 6 room house, good lot, some fruit,
13,500, rood terms.
New bnagalow, modern, $3,O0O; $500
cash, balance like rent.
8 room house, nice lot, bsrn, $1,800;
214 seres, good 5 room house, all kinds
of fruit, barn, chicken houae, on good
rock rosd.v $2,100: teriea.
We do not ask exclusive listings ss we
consider them nnfsir to the property
owners. We believe in treating our
clients as we would live to ".e treated.
We are .till doing; business at the rld
stand. If you wsnt to buy, trsde or
sell, lint your nwerty with us; -11 we
ask is a fair trial.
211 12 Gray Bldg.
FOR SALE EIGHT ROOM HOUSE:
modern except basement, lot 2xl37.
)27 South Commercial, street.
FOR SALE IVi ACRES OF LAND,
good tine room house, bsrn snd wood
shed: three blocks from business psrt
ol town; hss fruit trees snd well of
excellent wster: land sll line garden
soil: acre in potatoes. Will sell
cheap on sccount of death. Some
terms. Henry F. Smith, Stayton, Or
TOR RENT FARMS
FOR CASH RENT FARM, 175 ACRES
7 mik-a soutn ot isaleni. r . ri. Uis
port, rare l. S. National Bank.
11! DS WANTED
The; County Court of Marlon
County- will receive sealed bids up
to I o'clock p. in. on Wednesday,
Sept. 7, 1921, for furnishing and
deliver ng 700 cubic yards of No.
2 Gravel on the Hayes road on
Lake Lablsh in' Road Dist. No.
17. Specifications for the work!
are oa file in the County Clork's !
office' at the Court House.
IT. G. BOYER.
Adele yarrteon'a New Phase of
REVELATIONS OF A WIFE
WHAT DICKY DID WHEN UK
I do not kn jw how long I sat
in the summer house waiting to
see if my husband would search
for me there. It seemed a cen
tury; at least, but I had no means
of jadginpr the time, for the ser
viceable wrist watch I always
wore to school vas not a suitable
accomraniment for the filmy gown
I wa9 wearing and I possess no
I heard the whirr of a motor
coming into th? drive, then heard
'.t go away again. I wondered
it had brought Dicky or whether
some unexpected guest had ar
rived. But as the minutes driftj
ged ion I put th9 latter hypothes s
out ol my mind, for I was sure
that Mother Graham or Katie
would have summoned me if in
tiia : country pari. nee "company
The tension began to tell on my
nertes. I eaw tha in a tew more
minutes I should be threatened
wit, tears, and 1 pulled myself
together fiercely at the maudlin
prospect, rose to my feet with the
intention of returning to the
house and puttiuR sentiment and
rose gardens firmly behind me.
And thn. rap'd and firm, 1
heard Dicky's footsteps coming
along the little bridge. I grasped
a post of the summer house In
sheer need of something to hold
o. the while I wondered what
Dicky's greeting of me would be.
I had Tivid memories of other
dramatic and romantic moments
when my temperamental lover
husband had ret Jrned to me after
a quarrel. Th memories were
sweet as well as vivid, but I found
mviuMf to mv own . surprise
wishing that th coming moments
might not hold so much of keyea
"How About It?"
And then Dicky was standing tn
the doorway, grinning at me
there is no other word with which
to ''exse-rlbe Mr expression.
"Well, old dear, how about Itr
he asked saucily.
I felt a little as If I had been
nushed under an unexpected
shower bath then the stimulating
effect began to have Its way with
me. Mv husband had come back
to me In the friendliest sort ot
fashion, evidently intending to
avoid even the semblance of an
emotional reconciliation It was
Just the attltuda I wanted. I told
myself, scoring rayself the while,
that with feminine inconsistency
T 4rlaVik. rttolrv nr! vint- Ha nnfta
so nonchalant about it. But Ms
words and cordial impertinent
smile made it easy for me to an-
f KINGS THAT NEVER
mM ce ip 1 7ow 'Ttik mwib
1 1-AlVNpo yoo? j Wf Y
ewer h'm with equal friendly
"Oh, Dicky, I'm terribly glad
to $?e you!" I cried In exactly the
same tone with which ! would
have welcomed Alfred Diirkee or
his mother. "I thought you'd be
here today when I saw that big
box tor Junior with the direction)!
on it. But I warn you I'm fairly
dying of curiosity. Whatever can
you have bought baby, to t!H uch
a box as that? Do come Into the
hous-i and open !t!"
K Real Surprise.
Then he snatched up' Jufiior,
held him hirh above his head,
wh'le I watched the adoring father-look
spread over his face, a
look oa Dicky's countenance
which always brines a lump Into
mv throat., so wonderfully does it
fulf'l the dreams which for m
long I feared were never to be re
aliied. For the memory of the anguish
which was mine when I feared
that the precious little life com
ing to me was unwanted, ven re
sented by my husband, will always
rman with me, even though
DicVy is now the most fatuously
nrlnrtnor nf narpnti Tha realiza
tion of the blesaed reality I had
'nstead or the nightmare I had
dreamed made me feel very, ten
der toward my husband as 1
wahed him caressing or boy.
W!ith the babv. in his arms
Dickv turned to me.
"Made any pir ns tor this young
man's first anniversary?" he de
manded. "Not exactly." I Btammered.
"I had intended having the Dur
keeg over, and Lillian and Marion,
?nd perhaps tho Fa' r fax girls for
the week-end. but " .
"You. weren't quite sure wheth.
er or not you'd have a perfectly
good docile husband on exhibition,
one warranted to stand without
h'tching." DiCkv Interrupted m'.s
chleviously. "Well yOu see I
was posted on that little po nt, so
I took the liberty of suppose you
come into tha house and seo
"Dicky!" I exciaimed delighted
ly. "Are Lillian and Marion "
"They" are," he answered sol
emnly. 'Also a young woman
answering to the name of Leila
Fa' r fax
"I must go to them at once, I
D cky deposited Junior uncere
moniously In a Bafe corner, strode
over to roe, and crushed me in his
"Not until you've greeted me
properly, you obst'.nate little
wretch!" ho saH roughly, cover
ing my far-e W'th kisses.
And with true feminine incon
sistency I gloried in his cave man
(To be continued) '
Force Retailers to Pare Pro
fits to Reduce High
Cost of. Living
ROME. Aug. 2. The Fascisti.
or extreme Nationalists, have now
taken a hand In reducing the higb
cost of living, bringing into their
solution of it the militant methods
which characterized the recent
Their appeals to the storekeep
ers throughout Italy have not met
with flat refusal for the store-:
keepers have advertised redue
tions ranging from 10 to 25 pr
per cent. The reductions are es
pecially noticeable in the dry
goods stores. The effect has beer
to fill these stores with thoppen,
Shoe stores, clothing stores, cafes,
restaurants, hardware stores havr
Increased their sales immensely in
The vendors of the prime ne
cessities however, are having the!
difficulties. They ask the peas
ants to reduce the rpices to then
but the peasants refuse. As a re
suit the pea santa have rone on e
strike and refuse to bring the pro
duce into the cities and suffer the
reductions imposed by the Fasels-
tls .demands. -
A fruit vendor was found sell
Ing his wares without any reduc
tion the other day. He was
eosted by several Fascisti who de
manded that the price be reduced
He remonstrated that lie was do-
not they. The re
quarrel, i The) Fas.
ciatl clubbed the vendor severely.
He was taken i to J the ' hospital
where he died shortly after hla
arrival. . X j -.-
Famous Battle Lines Pass
Rapidly, forests Recov
er, Trenches Lost
SOISSONH.-j France Ana- 1 x .
Nature Is malting such rapid prrv
gress !n healing the scars of war
in France that, outside of towns
where ruins are still standing, it
will toon be (impossi ble to discov
er the famous front line of tour
years of wa?, wltnout ciosa
amination. ) j . .
Projeict ImpoMslMe i
It has become evident that the
abandoned project of maintaining
intact, as it! existed at th closo
of hostilitiei the line from Men
port, in Belgium to Ueirort. aa
a lesson . td future generatl ms,
could not have been carried out
excepting $t an enormous ex
pense. I ' . .
Forests' that were supposed - to
hsve been annihilated have show.
remarkablei recovery. - Position!
that were f upheaved - repeated!
unt'l the subsoil covered the cup
face almOst; completely, giving cr
try appearance ot hopeless arid- -
ity, hare slowly been covered J. -
War Aspect Iiot -Evon
the famous height along
which runs; the Cbemin des Dames
(the Ladles' Way). Is covered ty
thick herbage, that remains rrcen
In spite -or the drought. In or
der to preserve i certain famous
war scenes such as the Bayonet
Trench at Verdun, it was neces
sary to vrqri a sneuer ana protect
the trenail from the . slow but
sure work! of nature in order to
preserve it as it was during the
With : die Hungarian ; crown
down to 100 to a dollar, it can
nearly qualify in the class with
its royal namesake.
AND CREAM WANTED
'I I - -. - v,
Marion Creamery & Produce
Salem, bregon Phone 2483
t SALEM i MARKETS 1
T. ... ial v i ii.
Kgga. JSe- -. . t - '
'lens, heavy, S0e.r -
Hess, asediaat. 17s. ,
Hens, liglit. 15e. i . : : . ' f
Hroilera. lSa-S2e. i i : .
Old roasters. S 10a.
erst, afattesi sa Beef
rap hags. 13Vta.il0 t $30 As,
4osrt aodi bega, Ss.
oeth beavwa. aw. '
Dressed Bote. IS-lee. '
rmba, rearliac. te-ee.
21 ssifk lambs, te.
Beef steers. ..,!. :.!---'' -
il ! .
Cewa, $-$. - f- r : h :
Bella. S-te. ( -; --. - v '
Top vealL 14 14e.
il ',-, ... Ormtm .; r.
WbeaL S5 V l VK. .
Osta, mUliag. Ks. X. 40a. " '
yata, leeo, aaa, '
TaaUk aaa IWl I., if . '
Ctovs liar. $10. ,
Creamery Batter,. 47-4Se. .
Batterf at, 4Se ' .
WBole asilk, $2.00 evrt. .
Oranree, $8.50, j
Baaaaag, 0e. ' . .
IemeoaVi $7.50. V '
Orape frail. Cat,' t4.S0. ' ,
feea, arjmenirt, s ' case.
Oregoa esliUre, 6e. . '
israips. ea.Uil sack.
Beaaa. aa. ,
Was beaaa, $. ,. - T
LetUee,: 8Se. :- , '
Celery. $1 aesea.
Sew petateee. Sa. ' . ....
Walla WaHa oaiewsV S3. -Radiahea.
Oregon caensaWs, SOe.
Oregos .koaey. $0 Dx . .
Rhabarb. . .-- - "
Parsleyj SOa aaaea Vaaehaa. : '
Beeta. $0e. eosem baacaoa. T
Haaey. extracted, 10 IK
Apptea. $3.Trr .
eraea reaa. He.
sa.aW-Ui n -'
Oreea peppers, Be Tb.
Cream err batter, ea-soe.
Fs. $3e. .,
Ftaar. iaart wheat, $2 50 f 2 SO,
Floar. soft hu ei as i,
ing the selling
mark led to a