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TIIE OREGON STATESMAN, SALEM, OREGON
SATURDAY MORNING,! OCTOBER 1, 1921
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CTiiirmXD APT-RTl HMIHI
6U ijiUi' central, per 15e
11 a Us' eoavraet. per use 18e
etl-tasaa lOT HI UfKtlMMrt Se
iBB IX8URAXCK BOOIKTT
ThleUoa, KoUumI A Barglutrdt
IWident Agent 871 SUtte 8U
? MONEY; TO LOAN'
i On Real Estate '
i ! T. K. FORD
(Ovtr Ladd A Bush Bank);
LOANS x REAL ESTATE
We lasers anything Wa have the ar,eny
(ft loan Pay ee beck like rea Omr
farm end city property Lata are eenv
plett. Bee us first. 4
LAIXAK k LA1XAK
408-T Oregoa Aids'. Phone 1644
MAY FOR SALE 8 TON WHILE IT
laU. Phone 8F3. C. C. Russell.
A 8M0KE THAT YOU WILL ENJOY
All the time. roater.' V lOe cigar.
THEY LOOK I.IKE NEW TUB tiAT
Bo. 17 Bomth JUgtu,, ,
rOH BALE USED MAXWEl-L PARTS
tor sll model cere' t 0 per cent off.
Gingrich Motor Car Co. -
AM LEAVING THE FARM - HAY
. while it laats, 3 per ten, at farm.! C.
C. JiueaeL Phone 3F?. . , , : ... .....
130 Acres, 120 under ctltiva-
lion,- fall crop all In, buildings all
f modern, pl ies fenced and well watered,
fj acres all le cultiatioiv plenty of
p fmit, good bnlldings, hay , and equip
ment included. l
Square Deal Realty Co. ,
202 V. a. Bankv J .', ., Phone 470.
t ' ' " ' ' ' "
- At the Capital Bnsinesa College and
e 1aJk OTer the posaibilities of a business
education... .New cUaaee begin Monday,
October 3. , 1
. WANTED WOMAN -a'OR. GENEKAL
housework.' Must be good ceok. Apply
forenoons at 1)75 Chemeketa HU
FOR RENT A SUITE OF FOUR FUR
- nished hooms, or two for liglit house
keeping, furnished. Phone 1106W.
J'OR RENT ROOM , FOR GENTLEMAN,
. I "hone 683W. , 1 . ,
LAURA .GRANT PIANO SCHOOL
rredita , giTeu. 836 N. High. . Phone
ANY FURNACES AND STOVES BE
lag started these days. Have you got-
tea your tire insurance all fixed up!
Better be sfe than erry. Low rites
with the McMinnville Co., Standlcy k
t Foley, Agfa. Phone 347.
FOB RENT LOVELY LIGHT. FUU
bisked room with.hest close in;7U0
, N. Churclu. Phone 2041 il. , . ;
fOB RENTFIXE 80 ACRE FARM FOR
fire yeara if wanted. IL 8. Belle, 442
PROMPT DETjIVERYn OJC "Iff-INCII; OR
- lour-loot old ilr and second growtii lir.
) Fred E. Wells. Phone 1542.
OR, RENT w GOOD A ROOM HOUSE
No small children. Inquire of Laflar
Lafjaj. : , . i '..--v-j -
25,000 TO 'IX) AN - ON IMPROVED
farm land. U. A. Mubney, 209 Oregon
bldg. . L
ltUY NOW NEW FIVE-ROOM BUNGA
low on paved street, ready to more
. right in. A good buy at 82450. ttee
us for hargains Krucger, U09 Oregon
bldg. Phone 217. .. .
OARAGE FOR BENT 29 8. HIU1L
Close' in. I'a blocks south of State. !'
llOOD TOMATOES - FOR CANNING" -81.25
uet bushel, delivered. Ward K.
B)Uharttn, phone 494. ', ;
FOR RENT . FVRSISHED ROOMS
. strictly modern. Pared atreei Next to
cir-line. No children, 40. Will lease
frees 8 te ' 12 months.- W. A. Li.ton,
j 4d4 Court St. t ; . . ' " "' ! , f
FOR 8ALE--OXE OP.THE IIAXDSOME-
est -roor , boanes in the c4ty,- looatod
" near ataA capilot, every modern fea
ture including hardwood" floors. Their
. loss your gain at f7500.
O room mode.n bungalow in Oaks Addi
tion, afuraaeev iareplace, hardwood
floors breakfast- room,- garage, 85600.
WINNIE PETTYJOHN A ,
- .(Realtor) -..-
8JJ t State Street. s 1 phone SS 4
FOR 8AI E ON :ACCOUNT OP SHIP-
ping my horses te Cuba on next Men
day or Tnradsy I offer for ssle cheap
for cash, a1921 Ford Sedan, All in
w good shapo shock absorbers, extra
tire and all tools. , The car is in good
paint and net eld or run out. Auto
lealers invited to see same. Ask for
P. K. Doyle, fairgrounds,' in barn oppo
site grandstand, , c.ijt i -
. . Consult a ;:. : .
The Xam is m Pledge ;
For; Good Service and "
i- Fa4r beallng
All REALTORS are. Real .
Estate Brokers -but not
all Real Estate Brokers "
V, are REALTORS.
3 Webster's International
v Dictionary: Defines Real-
-, . ...I i
liiU REDUCTION SALE ON USED
ears Every car is for- sale or; trade.
4 It will pay you to look them over aa
they must be sold. These cars are all
is first clues condition
1918 Maxwell, 275. !
Dodge "Sedan, newly painted.
Franklin 1918 model. -Oldsmobile
1920, nice finish,
llnpp Kedait. run only 5000 uiilca.
t Mitchell late model.
i Velie Kix- Newly painted.
1 19 -'O Maxwell, like new.
Ferd Sedan, newly pa-inted. '
6IN0RIC1I MOTOR AXl TIRE CO.
S7t? Court Street or eall Mn
ToOPS BARGAINS . THREE ROOM
bungalow, new; $750, terms to suit.
' . New fire-room bungalow, pared street,
fllO. "New five-room bongatow.base
aient aad all built-in features, 83500;
' this week only. ' tieven-room bungalow,
"modern, two lots and garage, 8 Soy.
Apartment hoj furnished, good in
eo'ie, -price right. 20 acres Welt iecatett,
'improved; trade" for home i palern.
if-iTl river bottom farm, well lorat
d near? pave3 highway, 0 per acia.
90 acres river bottom land three
X atiilea oat en paved road, $300 per acre
1, (or quick Bale, t noire .tot ou pared
' street, cloee in, 8WK1. " .
, Ml F. L, WOOD
I ' Sf f! Slate Street. v -. ,
teres good Isnd with' buildings. Stock,
tools and machinery- included., AH for
f7Of0. WiH .4a-e, jsmall acresgu up to
-$4000 la exchange.
We have many good trades 8s u.
tyoom bungalow. good . location. 81650;
$oi cash, balance eauy payments. -.-n
1 k.iUinr lots close in. vcrv chesu.
VT 1 ILLS & 'CG PLEY -
i SSlHStsto St. Phono 175
f Use Btatesmaa ClaesUled Ada.
FOCli ROOM BUNGALOW AND TWO
lote located at ltii-H. Nob Jl ill. fur
situr end all ;om at f 17(H); 812O0
. esh and term oa balance. U. A.
Mohney, 209 Oregon bldg.
WANTED GOOD EXPERIENCED
'housekeeper and cook. Middle aged.
. (nod w;n ptid.' Inquire Mr. Solof,
People's Cash Store.
WANTED tSZHbtrtx, TOUKO MAN
wki haa had experience selling life
inauranee. stocks or advertising. Uuai
ba able te devote hit entire time and
' be ambitious for advancement Must
bars tha courage to preoant bueineaa
propooitioa ta anercbanta and profes
sional men. Answer in your own band
writing a tat ing age, educational qua)
ifirationa, experience aa solicitor, etr.
Adores I. No : 8L 8tateam office.
MALE AN- XMAXB
GOO ECON6M.10 COOK, ANT; Pos
ition to cook for men, and no woman!
host. No objection to country. "No.
1," Statesman. j
WANTED AT ONCE, EXPERIENCED
cook; mitt hare references; good payj
Call on Mr. Solof at the People
WANTED Eft Mr., TVOMKN TO
take farm paper, subscriptions. A good
proposition to the right people. Address
the Peeifie Keaeetead. Klaieama- Mid.
FACIAL 8CALP TRli-TafENTS; VlOi
let ray; manicuring, shampooing. Or
egon Bath boose, Phone 540.
ASTROLOGY STARS TELL LIF
atory. Send birthdate and dime
trial reading. Eddy, Vesport St4
8 A Kansas City. Missouri '
CAHART BIRD I
POR SALE CANARY BIRDS. DAY
aad Bight aingera. Mrs. Bennett.
Phone 1280, 1030 Chemeketa.
IP YOU WANT TO GET THB BEST
fsrss paper, aead 15e to The Paeifle
Homestead. Salem. Oregon, for a three-
. aaeathe - trial nbacriDtioa. Mention
this ad. '
"ALADDIN READY CUT HOUSES"!
10 percent saved In cost of construc
tion. Cbas. P. Smith, factory repres-j
entatir. 620 - Northwest Bank .Bldg.,
" Consult a
The Name Is a Pledge
Whatever your Real Es
tate Problem consult a
REALTOR. His code of .
ethics makes him worthy
of your confidence.
NICE PIOS AND BROOD SOWS FORI;
saie. x none o.i alter ouics nours.
FOR fiALB A GCvD ALL-AROUNri
team, 7 and 8 yenrt old, weiylit IdX'iU
each. Address T. E. Fbmins, Scio, 0r
HAY FOR SALE PHONE 2091-J.
OFFlCEb AND STORES A BIO LOT
of new books for sale at ball price.
WIRE HOP, LOGAN -CKit-r, CHjOK-N
wirs, dwuidock, in uours atroes.
SEE DEMONSTRATION BUOIDRYI
fakt Art Needle. The best. At Peo
ple a Cash Store.
THE WESTERN SONGSTER
SCHOOL AND COMMUNITY SINGING
Aa espociiUly good selection of tha soncs
.; yen have been wanting with worda and
aioais complete. No matter bow anani
.v ongbeoks yon hare you should hare
this one, containing the Oregon tongs.
Prices: Single copies, 25e; 16 Ml cent
each in lots of a doxee. or more; 8 12.50
- the hundred, postpaid. Second edition
printed since September, t
"OREGON TEACHERS MONTHLY
216 S. Commercial St. Salem. Orecoe
POULTRYMEN SEND EIGHT TWO
unt itmm for .nia! 1im mnn rh,r
trial for tha best and oldest journal
in toe west. The articles and advert
tiiements are of specisl interest t
tha poultry breeders of the northwests
mercial St.f Sslem,
FOR DRY MILL WOOD AND OLD FIR;
can iraey- wooa Co., rnone azu.
DRY PIR AND OAK WOOD FOB BALE.
r-aooe 7Tra. ti
OLD GROWTH 16 IN. FIR, $8.50; 4,
ft. second growth and aahr Phone i
. Vi unc univuu tl. H1LU UUHi I
aawed even length. 12 inch or 16 Inch i; I
reasoned , mill wood. . Second growth
fir, aswed 16 inch. Fred E. WeHa, 805
r. nurrn j-none 1.112,
ins rv-or-. -w .U
in moder. hm. and Mntr.ll, i...
eL. Please giva name end addreeel
R. ear Juateeraan.
FOR RENT 6 ROOM HOUSE AT 2290
j ix. iw street, li per month. CsUI
owner at 846-W.
F. L. WOOD, S RTATB BT
OLD MATTRE8SE1 avADE OVER il
vapitoi tyiiy neaaing ix i'bone 19.
WANTED TO RENT. HOUSE, 4 TO 6
rooms, immediate peaseaaioa. Phone
WANTED USED HOUSEHOLD GOODS,
range ana eooxsioves. - tools, men
mite and ahoes. Liberty . Exehane
n. commercial. rnone 841
' o - .
WANTED EVERTTHINuf IN II1RIV
ware and furniture. Best prices paid;
, ana, v.ai i 1 ai iiakuwars .
" " AND FURNITURE CO.
as If. rv.mmercial Rt. - Pbtina 941
Airro tops i w. o. w right,
. Sowtb High. !; y ;
IJTO TJP."'- npHOLrrrXRY. WORK
gaarantoed. 858 -Bouth 12th. hea j
TIRES AND ACCESSORIES
SMITH WATKINS. 147 ? NORTH HIOTt;
Fiak. SilverUia)' Cord. Hood extra ply
tires. F.verything for ante.. i .!
TRACY'S STORAGE GARAGX 844
- rwrrw - utret. - ' t -
Read lie Classified Ads. j
P BUSINESS CARDS . BUSINESS CARDS
11 futo Directory PS1CAL -
' ' MRS. HENRY LEE PIANO. 1321 N.
i tTEEC AR , Capitol. Phone 1017-W.
0 BALE - lODGE DKLIVLBY M IX X ETTA MA0ER3 VOCAL, DERBY
I truck, teTy reasonable. 554 Ferry 8t Building, rnday afternoon, Saturiny.
GOOD AUTO 1SI V-15M FORD SE- JESSIE F. BCSII -TEACHER PIANO,
dan, like new, f6.j0. 19S0 Peige 1 ght formerly instructor Metropolitan Col-
six with extias, like fitw, J10U0.- At Musir, Philadelpkia. 1363 Sonth
: lMi4gt garage. t'ouiuirrcial. I'bone 66S J.
WANTED LIGHT TRUCK IN EX "J- ALBERT KENNE17T VIOLIN,.
I change en Hudson, Kbsex er Baby piano, and Mrs. Edna B. Kennedy.
! Overland. Fred Kirkwood, ; 245 Slate piano, 5-'6 N. Capitol. Pbone 1877-K.
' street. - Kp:ial introdsctory terms.
GARAGE AN 72 SCPAIS LENA BELLE TARTAR VOCAL IX
i struction. Pbone 334.
HOFFMAN ZOSEL TIRE REPAIR-
ing, rulcanuing, retieading; 17 bouth DOROTHY PEARCE PIANO. So7
; Looimercial street. Phone 471. . North Winter. Phone 34W.
CAPITAL GARAGE BUICK. STUDE- NELLIE ML'LKEY STONE PIANO
baker repairing. 17i South Liberty. 873 Leslie. Pbone 751 W.
r Phone 88. 11 "
ALLIK CHANDLER P0. ahl
PAIR OKOUNU3 GARAGlS TIKES. AO- North Coltare. Phone 829 W.
I:, eeeaoriae, used ears. Our work guar- '
!: aateed. Portland Road. Phone BEATRICE 6H ELTON PIANO STUDIO
' SOS. 845 Marion. FkonelSsW.
SOUTH COMMERCIAL GARAGE UEN LILLIAN HARTSHORN P1AHO. 4
' era! repairing and OTerbaaiiag. 420 North Church. Phone 178.
8. Commercial St- Salens. : I '
i;.. LENA DOTSON. PIANO. 1009 UNION
AUTO REPAIR SHOP U. MILIAR, 46 street. Phona 543 J.
C.nir I" tn (Mi
V ' T. 8. KOBEKTS-PIANO. ORGAN. J70
j BATTERY AND ELECT EI CI AN South 14th. Phone 770.
AUTO ELECTRICIAN; EXPERT TUOU- DAN P. LANG EN BERG. VOCAL
ble shooting. 238 North High. Phone Derby Bldg. Phone 07.
LENA WATERS PIANO. 1472 MILL
PRESTO-LITE BATTERY SERVICE Phene 1184M.
station. Expert battery and electrical
; work. Parria Broa. Phone 1803. 418 MOLLIS STYLES VOICE, PIANO. 858
Court. Center I hone 201 R.
i RADIATOR SHOPS JULIA MILLS WEI OIL, PIANO. 1580
. 1 bouth Church. Phono 1391R.
SALEM AUTO RADIATOR BHoP 188
South 12th. Phone 28. P. L, MILLER VIOLIN ; OTHER
'I. . - string inatrumeuta. 419 Marion hotel.
J l2:ii-A.iIIiLOIIlil1:aa' LUC1LE ROSS PIANO. ORGAN. 498
Bodiee repajred. 444 Ferry. 'ortb Liberty. Phone 1187W.
i - BEAUTY PARLOR!
! ' MATT1E GILBERT STRING INSTRU
0REGONIAN BEAUTY SHOP HAS -enta. 1572 State. TUone 1156 R.
help. Costomera don't hare to I
NOW OPERATING MODEL BEAUTY I
Parlor, 110 North Commercial Street.,
U. MYRTLE BEKNARD MASSEUSE;
hours, 9 to 5, Sunday; ereaings by ap-
r ointment. Oregoa Bath Houae. Phone
REMTNGTON CONFECTIONERY.. HOME
Bade candies, confections, e-.gars, mag
as id s. lit 73 Mtatui
HUM CURES ANT KNOWN
158 8. High SC. Phone 288
CLEANING & PRESSING
CLEANING, PRESSING DOSE TO YOUR
satisfaction. Classy line el collars,
ties. The Toggery. 1857 State.
SECURE MY FIGURES ON WIRING.
By contract, by hour. : At pre war
prices. H. W. Hatch, phone 1744 W.
MARION POLK COUNTY FARM. LOAN
aaaociation haa money to loan at aix
percent. W. D. Smith, secretary-treasurer.
80S Salem Bank of Commerce.
FRANK F. RI CUTER NEW. SECOND-
band furniture. 849 N Commercial.
PORCH BOXES BED ING PLANTS
lor sale. Smith's 801 Nona Commer
LEONARD HOTEL NET? MANAGE
meut, clean, neat rooms and apartments.
254 North Front St.
CHERRY CITY HOTEL; ROOMS 75r
up; -.dining room in connection, faiuilj
stvlf. Corner High and Staf
MUTUAL BENEFIT LIFE INSURANCE
company. , . u. ai-n, agent, room i,
McCornack Bldg. Pbone. 96.
SPLENDID OPPORTUNITY WITH
Bankers' Reserve Life: G. F. Booth.
j General Agnt, phone 2098-W.
! INSURE iYQUR AUTOMOBILE WITH
the Oregon Auto Indemnity Exchange.
Full protection.- Reduced rates. Frank
Meredith Co. Bnsh-Breyaisn Block.
Ladies' Wearing Apparel
MR8. ESCH AGENT FOR PRINCKSfc
CorseU. i'bone 1048-R. 891 8. 12th
MAUD SIMONS, DRESSMAKER.;
DRESSMAKING BY THE DAY.
645 J. Mrs. Reid.
EDITH ASHLEY DRESSMAKER.
1845 Broadway; 1 436-J. -
MRS. R. CARTER EXPERIENCE-
dressmaker. Pbone I971W.
RUTH Mc ADAMS DRESSMAKER.
South 12th. Phone 1824 M.
248 North Cottage. Phone 1552W
MRS VARTY, DESIGNER AND MAKER
l.sdics' Suits and Gowns. Over Mil
i LA CLASIQUE GOWN SHOP EXCi.US
I e models. Lipert designing. : 8J1V4
CARRIE FISHER DRESSMAKING
designing. Spenrwr eorscta to , order
2 MrOrmack Bldg.
SALEM ELITE HEMSTITCHING
rhainstitcbing. pleating, buttons. 829
830 Oregon Big. Pbone 879.
MRS. C. A. GRIMM. MILLINERY, MA
Iron, children's hats specialty ; remod
el ing. 226 Oregon Bldg. V
MRS. HILDEBRAND. PLEATING 89"
Sonth 24th. Phone 738-M-l.
HAT SHOP UE.V'8 AND WOMEVf
hau rsnovateo aad blocked 498 wm
i salem Laundry coMrANY. iss b
Libartv atree- Thena 2. Uldeat
Urgent beat Established 1889.
CAPITAL. CITY 6TEAM LAUNDRY
Uualitv work, onnnpt service, taos
Rmadwav Phone 1S- -
IR. It J. ANDKRSKS. MAON'ETK
healer, r Drneleaa physicien. ; 418 Or
egos'DMg. Phone 1108.
MOtTNTAIN BALM. COUGH REMEDY,
PHnne 517-W. ;
, LANDSCAPE GARDENER
FRED BLAKE. LANDSCAPE GARDEN
-cr, -Route 4. l'rgne 37J.
PRAtmcAf. NL'RSIXO"- .CONFINE
ment "esses only. Pricea reonsble,
w Ru, Naceat. ."104? ; S ComniereJal
Read The Classified Ads.
MISS MABLE SHEPHERD, PIANO
player; dances, all occasions. 257, N.
BERTHA JUNK DARBY." AUTHORIZED
teacher. Godowsky Progressive Series
Piano. 079 North Cottage. Pbone
WESTERN CONSERVATORY OF MU3
ic of Chicago, Frank E. Churchill, rep
resentative. Diplomas granted. Odd
8A1.EM CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC
All branches taught, diploma' a graatod.
John M. Sites, director. ,1237 Court
WENDELL HELM T CITING,
ing. Phone 492.
EDWARD WKLP EXPERIENCED
iano tune?. ; Leave orders Will's
lusio store i
R. W. BALLANTYNE. TUNER, PLAY-
ert specirlty. Phone 852. Cher
rington l'ian-) House.
PLATER PIANOS; NEW.
J. W. Tallnisn. 121 bo. Oora'L
SHERMAN CLAY A CO PIANOS, STEIN-
witys, Huo Art a oc otners. Moore
Dunn Music Store. Masonic Temple.
CHERRINGTON PIANO HOUSE. UAN-
dles Bush-I.ane cnlsbrated pianos
415 Conrt Phone 858.
MONEY TO LOAN
FUNDS ARE NOW AVAILABLE FOR A
few reaidence building loans.
A. C. Bohrnsledt
107 ' Maaonie Temple Salem, Ore.
WILLAMETTE VALLEY NURSERY
All kinds nursery stock for sale. Rte.
7. Phone 105F5.
COMPLETE LINK TREES, SMALL
fruits, ornamentals. Capital City Nurs
ery Co. 426 Oregon Bldg, Pbone 75.
STRAWBERRY PLANTS . SMALL
fruita, other nursery stock, for Oct
ober delivery. Place your order now.
Ward K. Richardson, 2395 Front,
LET BERTELSON DO"
ing. Just phone 779.
WANTED CONFINEMENT CA8E8 Al
private hospital. I have beat af equip
mens. Phone 1950J.
THE NEATEST PAINTER IN TOWN-
Work by day, contract. Wells. Phone
OAVLS 4 STRAvrSBAUtfTI GENERAL
eontrsctors; paints, oil, wallpaper. 220
South Liberty. Phone 901
AUBBEY H. CLARK. SUCCESSOR TO
ulenn U. Adams. Psinting, paperbang
ing. (alsomining. Work guaranteed.
Terms reasonable. Phone 1396J: rea.
?S Rnuth Wietw.
SEE PORTER POR TAINTS. WALL
apar and Picture Framing. Good work
men. 455 Court St- Pkona 485.
MIS9 OOODHCE TAKES BUB SOB IP
tiona for all magazinea. 251 Bo. 17tb
street. Phone 741M
PERFUME AND TOILET ARTICLES
CALIFORNIA PERFUME CO EX
irscts. toilet articles. Mrs. Moyer,
1 7o South 23rd. Phone 121.
408 Masonic Bldg.
NORTHWESTERN PIPE CO. WHOLE
aln and retail plumbing supplies. 219
V Commercial. Phone 170.
OK S PLUMBIN0 SHOP, SUlPPINt
and Broadway, Phona 1502. Price
reasonable. If you have anything ti
fix let Joa do it.
PLUMBING, REPAIRIM AND 0OI!
work. Phcne 1S17J. Shop. 12T Unioi
atre. A. 1 Godfrey.
ROOFS RESHINGLED. CLEANED. RI
paired, painted er tarred. Pbone Kay.
REPAIRING AND SHARPENING
"UTLERY GRINDING, LAWN MOWERS
aarety raxors, etc ntewart a Repau
Shop, 847 Court etreet.
BEN WHEELKR EVERYTHING RE
paired. . General sharpening, rhimnw
isa K ITtK .. fiion." t 41
UNION SIGN. CO SIGNS WITH KICK
Show cards that talk. . 421 N Comuaar
cial. Phone 516.
SHOE P AIRING
WILLIAM'S SHOE SHOP 195 SOUTH
High . , -
DE LUXE 8TUDIO. KODAK FINISH
ing. 1 47 North, -Commercial.
SALEM SCAVENGER GARBAGK. KEF
as of all kinda remsrsd, v Osas sit
cleaned. Pbena 167.
Uavo Statcsnuua fasa-Jile- Ada-.
SECOKXI HASX GOOOf
HIGHEST PRICES PAID FOR SECOND
hand cunning and ahoea. Also de
cleaning, pressing sad repairing. Call
and dettm. Capital Exchange, 142
North Commercial. Phone 1348 W.
WE BUT AND-SELL. SECOND HAND
gooda of all kinds, pipe fittings, bar
ansa, collars, collar pals, teoe. and
chains. fr-d gckiaeUer. 258 Coaler
LANHAM TAXI COMPANY PHONI
THE OREGON TAX.1 TRANSFER CO,
Liberty A Perry. Phaaa 77. Dry
slrb. 16-inch weed for sale
High and Ferry.
MERCHANTS' DELIVERY, 179 SOUTH
ilis. rrone 230. Trunk, city. SOe.
CAPITAL CITY TRANSFER CO. 226
State St, phone 9J3. DiaUiboting,
forwarding and atsrage bur apeeialty.
Get our rates.
STOVES 8TOVB KZPAJRIXQ
STOVES REBUILT, A ttEPAIRED
. 40 years experience: Depot National
fence,, aisea 26 te 28 ina hirb. Paints
il and earnishes. etc., lorali berry and
bop hooks. Salens Fence and Steve
Works. 250 Court street. Phone 124.
WHX&B TO EAT
WHITE CLOUD TEA nOCSE OPEN
Sunday morning e o'clock. American
style. 110", N. Comercial. . Phone
47 2. Ssua Louie, Prop .
PORTLAND - ROSEBURG STAGES
leaving Argo hotel for Eugene and
way points st 10:25. Leaving Salem
for Ro&eburg 2:25 p.m. Going to
Portlsnd, leaving Salem at 12:50 and
6:00. Call 900 for reservations.
SALEM SILe-RTV STAGE
Leaves Leaves i
ci. a . -, . !
D.l.ui Ull f CI 1,1.
O. E Depot News Stand
7:00 a.m. 8:15 a.m.
11:00 a it. 1:00 p.m.
6:00 p.m. 6:15 pm.
I Leave Salem O.E. depot 7 :00 a.m
11:00 a.m, 5:00 p.m.
Leave Monmouth Hotel 8:15 a.m.
1:00 pa. 6:15 p.m. -
Leave Independence Hotel 8:80 a.m.,
1:15 p.m.. 6:30 p.m.
Special trips by appointment.
Seven passenger csr for hire.
J W. PARKER. Prop.
Rea. phone 611 Business phone T
CITY AND COUNTRY WOOD SAWING.
Phone 2046. Fisher Bros.
CITY AND COUNTRY WOOD SAWING
8ALEM WATER. LIGHT A POWER CO.
Office, 801 South Oom'l St. Tan per
eeiit discount on domestic flat rates
paid in advance. No deductions for ab
sence or any eauae nnleae water is
abut off yor premiaea.
A. .T. FOSTER PAINLESS CHIROPO
dist. Corns, bunions, ingrown nails
removed. 148 N. Commercial.
CORNS AND CALLOUSES REMOVED
without pain. Appliancea from indi
vidual impression. Dr. Tatro, Masonic
Bldg., Phone 442.
DR. a L. BCOTT. P. 8. C. OHIROPRAO
tor, 809-12 U. 8 Bank Bldg Phone
87;, Res. 83 8 R.
DR8. WHITE AND MARSHALL,
U. S. National Bank Bldg.
DR. W. L. MERCER, OSTEOPATHIC
Physicisn and. surgeon; Kirksville
graduate, 404-408 U. & National Bank
Bldg. Phones' Office, 919; Rea. 61 A
DR. JOHN - LYNCH, OSTEOPATHIC
Physician nad Burgeon, 403-404 Oregon
Rldg: Phones: Off ice. 1304: R KMFS
POMEROY A KEENE JEWELERS AND
Optometrists. 388 State.
GLAS8E8 FITTED BY DR. L. R. BUB
, dette at the Bow Optical Company,
825 State street, opposite Ladd and
UNITED SPANI8H WAR VETERANS,
ramp 5, Armory. First. Third Mendaya
5 ROOM PLASTERED HOUSE, MODERN
except ht-at, 81,500, pay like rent.
T room modern except beat, two lots.
plenty fruit, . bsrn, garage, paved
streets. Price 83,500; 500 cash, rest
Small ranches close in at a bargain, or
exchange for city property.
Dairy and grain rancbea for sale or ax
So.e ti for what you want.
JOSEFH BARBER & SON
200 Gray Bldg
TRADE 75 ACRES JtEAR OAK GROVE
9 miles from Salem. Land rolling. All
cleared, in cultivation. Good spring':
no buildings; no ineumbrsnce. Will
trsde for small trsct.nesr Salem. Evan
Evans Route 1, Rickreall (owner).
FOR SALE OR TRADE BY OWNER
nira improved 40 acre farm close to
Salem. Prica right. Phone 53F5.
$500 DOWN BUYS 20 ACRES FRUIT
land, price only 82.500. and all cleared.
See Socolofsky, ill State street.
LET US EXPLAIN THB NEW SYSTEM
of selling Jour property. Propertj
listed not exclusive. Your property
photogrsphed. Brewn, Magee and
Bessie Snyder. Ovr Busick'a store
State and Commercial. Phone 559.
12700 BUYS 2"4 ACRES AND 10
acres; the first has five room house
wood shed, city water good site l-.rn,
chicken house, small orchsrd sni is
quarter mile from hich s'hool. The
second is river bottom lund a I ul
tifatcd, no huildjngs, hslf mile lrom
Jefferson. .V.'koi have farms for ta!e.
D: W. -Cuinminif, Jefferson. Oro.
120 acre tract of land 5 miles south of
Sal"in, 6' srres. cultivated, bslance pas
lure and timber: this is first rlaF
grain aad fruit soil. Price 8100 per
10 acres ail in fruit, B acres prwn
IK sere, lossns. sohie apples, goose
berries, aood cwtsge. barn, well, rork
road; close to highwse- Price 85.0IKI
5 seres nearly all in bearing fruit; prunes,
cherries, Iccans, strawberries, fmil'
fmit, 5 mom house, wood hous, bsrn.
";--wll: will exehanae : for house and lot
till to 82, OdO : price :i.OOO.
JO acres of fine berry, soil located south
of !-alem, all roHrvstcd. Trice 85,000
Easy terms, 6 percent interest.
3 rom modern bungalow except base
nent, furniture goes, located at 1115
f. ISth. Price 8 ' 200; hslf csh.
$ room rolta-ie lo-atel at 847 Saginaw
street; price f-,400; S50O down, bal
a a- e lertns.
1 room modrrta house on pared street;
' Went Sslem. Price 3.000; half caah.
9 room modern home located at 1216
State street. This is a good buy. come
in and se ns abont It.
C room horn located at 1330 Commercial
street: prirw. 82,809.
5 roont house, bath, toilet, lights, hase-
- ment. furnace,, garage, close in. Price
$4,200. - i
W. H; Grabcnhorst & Co.
37S Euu street
8J ROOM MODERN rt5TRED HOUSE
twa Urge loU. clcse to school aad ear
line. A good eae for tho saoawy.
Priced for quirk saiK 83,800. Good
terms. Joseph barber k Son, 2(H)
Gray Bldg. j
NEW MODERN Bt'KOAi.OW JUST
rompieied. . bailt ioa .it all kinds, H
you are planning for a new home, s
- this and you will 'hey and not hntd.
Joseph Barber k Son. 200 Gray Bldg
Nice new modern 5 roost bungalow, good
lot, paved streets.: en rarime. Price
f2.9(). 8300 cash, balance 825 per
month, with 6 percent interest.
Fine new modern bungalow, nice loca
tion, paved street.: en car line, or we
83000; cash 8300, 82 i per month with
interest at 6 percent.
Five rcoin'honse witn modern improve
neru, good lot. sons fruit, gravel
street, close to cartime, price 81800;
f:;oo cash, bslance'f29 per month with
6 percent into e: p;r annum.
For good buys, s-e i
H. L. MARSTERS
211212 Grsy Bld- Phone 07
An especially fine comer lot on south
Commercial at ? 1,000. Will take a
town bouse on a am ill poultry ranch
' or a email orchard, both within a mils
of car. "
I sm instructed to rut price of a 6 room
modern from fx.itm to bedrock and
a loss at 82,600 if sold by Srpt. 80th.
Wm. Fleming, StL SUtj street.
Best Bargain , in Town
Fimt elsss 5 room, modern bungalow;
with full concrete basement, 2 fine
lots, new double gafsge. poultry house,
variety fruit, on good street. Priced
low to se'.l at 2,b.0. Terms, 500
down, balance easv.
S. R. Pearson
408 U. S. Bank Bldg. Res. phone 1729 J
have six good little residence prop
erties (some bungalows) that are of
fered at special prices for a few days
jet. Worth your notice and consid
eration it you must buy. I shall be
plessecto have you see them. Wm.
Fleming, 341 State -jtreet.
TRADE 8H ACRES. CLOSE TO SALEM,
good soil, good 5 -room bangalow, pool
try houses, etc., mostly in eultivstion,
some timber ind psxture, for Salem
residence up to 82300. No cash re
quired; or will sell price 83,000, terms,
flOOO down. We have others .sale
. S, R. Pearson
408 U. S.: Bank Bldg.
14.500 BUNGALOW AND CASH .DIF
lerenre lor small farm north of Salem
suitable for nursery. See Socolofsky,
341 State St.
RKAL ESTATE TRADERS YOU CAN
find a number of good prepositions
either is trades, or bays in essy pay
meats of lad er buagalowa. Cbaa.
W. N7 smeyer, Maaonie T ample, Salem.
FOR SALE FIRST CLAS8 MODERN
bungalow with seven rooms, full bsse
ment, furnsre aad garsge. Fine loca
tion on paved street. See owner, save
coin miss ion. 265 N. 21st St.
IF YOU WANT TO PURCHASE TRACTS
from 5 to 50 acres, near Salem, and
near paved road, improved or unim
proved, for fl00; and up per acre on
easy terms, see John H. Scott, 228
Oregon Bldg. Pbone 622 after office
84,700 BUYS THIS 6 ROOM PLASTER
ed house, located on Chemeketa St.
Lot 50x150 wit cement walks,, first
floors living room, dining room, kit
chen, bedroom toilet: second floor:
2 bed-rooms, batyi, and toilet, oloctric
light, rooms tinted. Good garage. For
' terms, see
S05 State St.
You Will Get
by putt Ins your property
in the hands of one
REALTOR i exclusively
than by listing it with a
number of Real Estate
Agents. The Marion Co.
Realty Association will
mail to you on request a
lisit of all the REAL
TORS in Marion County.
i'OR SALE BY EXECUTOR 7 ROOM
nmdern house, large lot fruit. S. Lib-
rny, nt-ar srneoi, cnurcn ana car.
, 1'hoiic fiJO-W.
f.1,.V)0 WILL BUY NEW FIVE R00V
modern lingalow, with basement and
garsge. -Tcrms, 81000 cash, balance
to suit at o percent. PueeMion jtt
ober 1st. Sacolpfsky 341 State.
3 room Louse, large lot, for Jr575.
j rooms. 2 Urge lots, witHf fruit and
berries, good street, 82,100; with
fjuu down. j ,
'ood modern, home to trsde for farm
Hoi se snd 5 lots in Portland for Salem
Some good boTs ih vacant lota.
1 homason .-,
331 H State street
IERSKYS LAND OFFICE CITY
homes, fruit tracts, farrrt. See
before yon buy, sell or exchange. Room
o .over uale a to (Chicago) store.
LAND BUYERS, ATTENTION I HAVE
SO acres of extra good land, four
acres in cultivation, two ncres straw
berries, balance easily cleared. Si
tons of strawberries have been grown
on one acre of -this land, tne best' o
land for all kinds of crops The price
is right. 1 also have 60 ncres, 6 acre
bottom land in ; (iiltivation that will
liiO'lute 250 bushels of potatoes to the
er any year..;; l'lenty more nottom
Isnd. easily cleared, creek runs through
pla'-e. This place si priced
sell and it. the ; best buy in the eoun
try. This lantl is located 7 miles
east of Salem s on Pen road, Ctira
IL Koff. Salem. i Ore., Rt. t. Uox 44.-
BUY NOW FIVE ROOM HOUSE TWO
lots, price onlyiSlLVJ. Terms. See
us for real bargains. Krucger, "00
WILL YOU SELL YOUR 5 ROOM BUN
galnw for small down pavmeut and
$," monthly! ; iWe have the buyer
Sox-olofsky. Realtor, 311 State St.
HAVE BUYER FOR BUNGALOW
roomi, niortern,; with garsge and raus
be well lo-atL Will usy 8.i0
more month I v and smalt payment down
Hee me today bocolofskj-. Ircjltor,
341 Mate St. f
FOR RENT KI3CTY ACRES OF US
IB N. Salem. Inquire of K. P. BoU'
Hrevtunn tllm k. .
Notice is hor-iy given that the
underaienRd. by an order of the
1 County Courti of Mas Ion County
Y. , . . " . . I ,1 - n n
"Mate oi ureRoa. nuiy mnue auu
entered oa the! 24th day of .nn tr
ust, 1921, wai f.ppointed admittis-
liatnr of the fettato of tranK
Turner, dereased. and that be has
duH- oualif ied s tnch.
All frtoii- - RVterr claim
aeainst said M estate are hereby
notified to pHsent the same, duly
Yeri ed, as renuired by. law.
the office of, Ray U Smith. -03
Salem ' Enk ol Commerce boil--iBg.
ia the City n' Silem. Mrion
Couiity, OreRon. within -1- taonthf
from the date er this notice, to
wit: September Trd. 1921.
; -Ry i' smith,
Adminlstraitof- oi ths esUte ot
Frank A. Turner, decease-, j
STATE TREASUItKrs-S XOTIC-j
': ''I ' I
Notice is hereby f:iTen that ott
October 15. ;19;21. At 11 oCloca$
X m., 1 will jeell at public sale af
my office In th Capitol Duildlngf
Salem. Oregon,? to the best eaat
bidder the Ij foUowlnj described
bonds: I . i !y -'-
Rainier Drainase plstrlct 8 pef
cent bond No. 30. dated Oct. 1$
1920, dae OcU M lSJtf. par vlu
,500. . ! ill
Ra later Drainage District S pe
cent bond No. 31. dated Oct. 1
1920. due Oct. 1. 1931, par valu
$1000. i V. i ,
Italnler Drains District 6 pe
rent bond, No. 38, dated Oct, 1
1920 j due Oct. 1, 193. I
1 1 will receive bids for any one!
of more of these bonds. I reserve
the right to reject any and all bid
and to sell : any or all Of said:
bonds. This sale Is Wade under;
Paragraph 2748 Oregon Laws, !
O. P. H0FF, State Treasurer.
Date of first publication, Septem
ber 9, 1921, !
Date of last publication, October
14. 1921. 1 ) .' H i
f WHOLE MILK
AND CREAM WANTED
Marion Creamery, & Produce
Salem, Oregon Phone 2488
SALEM MARKETS .
-cga and roerur
Hens, heavy, SOe
Hens, medium. I.e.
Hans, light. 15c.
Old roosters, 8 10c.
Fork, efnttoa and Beet
Top hogs, llVkc, 140 to 230 -lbs
hows and boss. 7 and 0c.
Smooth, heaviea, top He.
l-iressed noga, l i lSu.
t.srabs, yearling. 8tyr-4e.
1921 milk lambs, 4V4 5Vie.
Beef steers. Sc.
Top real, 14 14.Hr.
Wheal. 8100. No. 1 white.
Oata, milling; No. 1. 40c.
Oata. feed. 85c.
Veatch and Oat bar. 811.
Clover Hay. 810
asm reeds. etau
Mill run, 824 ton.
Shorts, 832. ton.
Wkoiesaie ta Dealer
Creamery Butter, 49c.
Whole milk, 82.20.
; i ' . riatt
Grape Fruit. Csl, 84.50. !
uetea, dromedary. T esse.
Oregon cabbage, 4c. ,
rnrmpa, 82. ov sack.
Peana, - 6 c.
Wax beana. So. i
lettuce, 75c. . )
Celery, 81 doiea. ;,
.New potatoes, z 'AC.
Oregon onions, 'iVt'
Oregon cucumbers, 500.
Oregon honey, 80 lb.;
Parsley, ooe dosen bn acnes
Beets. 60e. dexen boachaa.
Tomatoes,' Jl.Jo. ( ;
Hone, extracted. SOe lb.
Csntaloupe, pony. 82 ; flat, 90e,
Water melons, 81.50.
Green peppers. 9o Ih.i '
Ire Cream melon. 81.75.
Oasahas. 2 He.
Honey lew. 2 He. e
Sweet Pot, 4He.
Toksy Grapes, lie. s i
Malagas, lOe. f ; ' ;
Cresmery butter: 58c.;
Eggs, 3rte-40c. ; i
Flour, bard wheat, ft 80 82.60.
Floor, s-.ft wheat. 81 682 00.
A CADIHK'S SALLYS
The Bewcomer and the caddie
were out arly and had the courfe
to themselves. The desperate ef
forts of the player to make la. rfje-
ord drive caused i. some amuse
mht. mingled with pity and co.h-
terapt. on the part of the caddie.
but for a while he held ht peace
i At laRt. however, when the noT
ire had nlowed un the turf around
the ball without moving it. the
voun-ster blurted out:. "Excuse
me, sirf-but if I bad knowed you
was comin to die for worms I'd
have brought a 3 spade." Phila
THIS PUZZLE !
WIN A BIG CASH PIUZE
. Rearrange the figures in the abee
qaare in such a manner that tbey wll
count IS every way end aend na yew
mswer. together with your asms sai
iddrrss. and il it is correct, we will a
onee mail you a msgnrficent three-eelo
ute rad map and 1920 census of tht
itate of Oiegon, and fnll particulars
one simple conditioa that yea nest ful
ilr. torefher with an muatrated prfs
list. This tend it ioa is very easy and
need not coat you one cant of your ews
-nomey it ia merely a matter of eeearr-it
two annus! - subscriptions (81.00 each)
o the PACIFIC II0ME8TEAD. the oM
t and bast weeklv farm magssine pub
liahed in the Parifie Northwest.
How to Sens! Your Solutions
i Use only ooe side of tbe paper that
wntajna the altioa and put yonr asmf
sad address tha upper ; right baad
f Three independent jadgea. baring ! im
eennertios with tbis firm will award tht
prises, aad the answer gainieg 250 point
.take tha first prisa. Yaw will
100 points for silving the pnxxle, 40. will
He awarded for general appearance atyle
spelling, punctuation. eV 10 points f
hand writing, and IfM) points for fulfill
ieg the conditiona of tba contest,
i The announcement af the prise wis
ere and the correct eolut ioa will . he
printed at tha close of tba raateai. aa-4
rmpf ma i led te a eh a-areoe eeadihi
iO M1lKB; ! :
Th'ia sptesdltl offer will ealy be goea
for a limited time, se aead ia your se
1st ioa , .right a way---ew -te . ; t, . ,.
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REVEUTIONS OF A1 WIFE
CHAPTER 1 S3
1V1IAT MADGE AND LILLIAN
I i i SET OUT TO DO. i'
I ' T- U ; 1 '' r
j As tbeewonds were on iitto rftin
iites and there Iras no sound from
the hall into wh'en Mrs. DrK
and my motbep -in-law had dlfain
peafed. my anxiety; increased. 11--spite
my knowledge Xt Motner
Graham's innate sense tof u8ttce
1 was not so. confident as
Dicky that sbe bad followed Mr.
Durkee In order to bring mat ni-
Xle woman to her senses. RiiKni
phe not Instead my anjtletv
prompted me to ssk be mpeu
In condoling illi t. rttro
mtDB gr:et? - -v? ; ? y.
I signalled mr Rpprehension f
Lillian, woman fKBhion, with i
lifting of the eyebrows. ?-
promptly seised my cue, ii
M Alf , sha said with the author
ity of long friendship, turning to
him. iwhy don't yon take LrCiia
into the Lbrary for a few minutes
and tell her the things that we all
know you're dying- to utter? Then
by the time your mother come
back well bs resdr for the happy
ringing down of the curtain sipon
the fourth act." m
. !. - ,r :i;i5vs , j
Where Are They? 1 .
Alfred flashed her d grateful
glance. -'. ' - :
"Come on. sweetheart.
i 4 --:
tenderly, and without g'ylng Leila
time to assent or dissent, he Jiur
ried her masterfully out otii (hi
As he closed th-e coor behind
them: Lillian roiv, an air of dects? -ion
enveloping her. . i.
"I: guess Paw Graham sand
Grandpaw i .Spencer ought- lo b
able to take care of .one baby for
' tew minutes." she i drawled, i
"Rut I think you'd better fatay
with i them, Marlon. They luignt ;
glvj him pickles or saladd - 'TV
something." ' j , ; 4
Little Marion giggled happily. x
as much I was ure at this a'gn of
her restoration to her i mother'
favor as at the pleasantry. It, is ,
an invariable practice of Lillian's
to follow any rproof of Mrlon ,
with; come pleasant quip to', thd
child a few mlnutrs latsr. 1 ' i
Vrii watch them, moliler,, be
carolled. "Oh, you bcautlfuUldar-.
ling.! you!" This apostrdphdj aha
directed to the baby,-and that was ''A
the last thing we heard as wi left ' ,,
the room, L ilian having "picked lv
me up with her eyes" as weros
We found the living roont 'doTT'
sertedr and a hsstyrthoiign eay ? f ?
thy survey . of - tb . other rooms I ;
diicovered no trace of either wo'-h
man!.'-1' - ; t, . . 4 , u ,-;--..'-v
We came 'doarn'tbir backstalrf " Ji
to the kitchen. Interrogated Katls
In low voices. - - y
v "Sure, 1 soe thcm.V Katie ea id
a note of disgnrt In her Voice.
"Dey go out to gardens benlntt
rose hedge . That Meests' DurKee,
shexry and gii!n, tnd that mother-in-law,
shs ket-p; ayliuti" ' Ti ,
know. 1 know I have same ' ting
vunce.' What matter that Meesis
Durkee, feel like that ven she
gofri" get such finer young If lady
lik-s MeesIa Fairfax for daughter?
what she vsnt. eh -Queen Of Bel
gium? That womans she mirrlcd
already yet." :
-. r c- - 't-v
Iieh'nd the Hedge. 1
'4 .' ,-
'You say tU?y're in the
tie's torrent of , comment, p and
without further parley we left th
house and took the path to tha
lake.,. j-BM '
"Of courre, Katie's been listen
ing jat the door agnln,1 1 al4 ner
vously. 'What 1'rr. ever going to
do with her I don't know
seems as though nothing
bresk her of thtit habit" ? t
I . - .
VDo?" Lillian turned on tie in
amazement.' , -Io nothing bjjt get
down on your knees In thankful
ness that she-stays with; yotp.. I'm
ininKing senousiy oi i carrying
Betty'e brsakfast up to bed fftr her 1
if there's no other way of Ihduc. W
ing her to stay. : Yon know, a ... -.,
housekeeper lsa8o!utely Indis
pensable to me, and I never Scould -'
break another one Jni 'iBut llet-
ty's certainly feei ng her olts In
these days of high .waR-ea. ij And
from all Indications Katie feeems
no different than usual'
"So. she doesn't."; I fBdniWted.
"Eavesdropping Ms no: new Itblns
with her." ' t ' j ,
"r should say It was" a "ccfn gen
ital defts-nt;;' LUMnn Pa d jiryly.
?And If she has no thought f go
ingout and making a mtllioi dol
lars a minute I'd tdrlso you to go
slow on the dlKclplIne Until - this
domestSe ,help s'tnationi clears a
bit.j It can't last long, but tjha at
mo8ihere Is dynamite: Jost iaw."
. "I know " I admittetLf Tien as
thj distant sonnd of voices; cs me
to .U8 I j clutched Lllllan'sl arm. t
and like conspirators we tnoved ,,
; t to thelshelter of the Pose Ihedge 4
from which behind theivoifet. of
m, mother-in-law and Irs Dur- r
kee came in aKf.atcd conversation.
.' It was the second t'me hft 1 4
had eavesdropped in the roie gar- 1 1
den. This first time ft was jan In- ,;
voluntary offpnse Hut' thlpj time '
Millar, and I rcr? listening:, de- Vv
Hberately, for we had' to know
Mother Graham e atutuoe aieiore
Q , w iifluu, r :u a. --
- (To be continued h
J It' a Grand Old Kmicfr
You can't keep strong anf I well '
-without sleep. Whether; yot tf rest ' .
is broken by a painful harkln? u
cough or just as annoying lick I- ;
Ing in tbe throat, the system be- .-
ecmes weakened and run down. v
Mrs. K. M. Drske, Chllds. i Md.,
writes: "After an attack pt the
flu I was left ' with a Isertl-e '
coush. -Nothing relieved m till If
used Foley's Honey and! Tar, K
which I' can highly recomBl-nd., .
It ; covers irritated membranes '
with a healing and soothing coat-
4 Ing, loosens phlegm and clears air
paeages. Sold ercrywherp. sAdr. :
cj ' '