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FIRE INSURANCE SOCIETY
W H. Burgbardt, Jr. ,
Resident Agent 371 State St.
; MONEY TO LOAN
On Real Estate
i T. K. FORD
(Orer Ladd k Bush Bank)
BRAND NEW HIGH GRADE PIANOS
for rea. II. 1. Miff 1'urniture Co.
PATBOSIZE YOUR KE1GHBORBOOD
, grweory, 205 Nona Fifth street. WU
terwoed Grocery. v Paoae 1895-J.
ir SOME. PARTIES WOULD TEND
their aw a" bmuim and let othcra alone
it would be better. A, H. Moeller.
jlA. T- V.. TOTTER OSTEOPATHIC
physician and Burgeon, 403 Oregon
Bid. Pbonee 1394 aad Wili.
1'OR 8AUS -SOW ASD PIGS. PHONE
BLACKCAP . BA8PBERRIE8 92 PER
r rrata delivered. Ward K. Richardson,
f phone 484. . '
ABOUT 200 W. L. KARI.INO HES8-
.heavy layer. Yoar choice $2 each.
$1.60 each for flock..' Auburn Hoad
C. A. Dowd, Route A. bos 123.
WAN'TED TEN LOGANBERRY PICK
era for one of the beat patchea in the
Balem district. S aerea, o-er two week
turkinr vet. ; Camoinr facilities, wood.
water, ate. ' Trenaportation provided.
" Phone' l.t'll before a.m. or after
' 5 p.m. ., 'I, 'v '- 1
BRAND NEW HIGH GRADE PIANOS
for rent. IL U. atiff rurniture to.
'OR BALE MY TEAM AND HARNE88.
Welt broka for ram work. Bargain
aa.v aa.t bnTa all-round aincla horse,
. A 1 condition. Call at .residence, 156
trout street, oeiem.
RED RASPBERRIES WANTED WARD
K. Rirhardaoa. ';.''.,..
THK mVMIXKVILLE CO. WAS ORGAN
iaed for roar benefit. If ran are not
a policy holder, aak about ta' rate
ant lima vnn ! Insure. HtatldlcV A
Kolejr. agents, Bitah (Sank DKlg. t none
it , rroP.
TO LEASE - ON SHARE OK
kaaaaharrv vineyard. BV4 acres,
''.t 1 street. Halem. . Addreaa M .i l.
(ratter, route 7, boa 14.- "-,
BRAND NEW HIGH GRADE PIANOS
. . mm , U . : J . .1. f 'n.
lor real. jr. u. rint r uniitm w
't IVB LOGANBERRY PICKERS WAST
ad. Yard close ia; food picking, tran
V ktvnrtatinn riven, carrier emptied. W,
a V. Dibble. 729 N Liberty. Phana
VI CAPITAL CASH STORE 456 STATE,
. paya . 23n lot fraall
t r ; Best Buys - !
75 acre sandy loam rieer bottom, finest
, of fishing. 4 V milee out, close to
I pavement. $aoOO, $1750 cash.
? 20 acres on macadam road, electric light
1 line. . 1ft mile from Salem, $ 5775.
will take some trade.
v Socolofsky V;
' $41 StaU ' s
WANTED EN KROETIO YOUNG MAN
1 who ha nsd eaperleaeo telling life
" latursnra. Hock or advertising. - Meat
r be able to devote, his entire time and
be-ambitious for advancement. Muat
haea the courage to praient lutlnea
proposition to merchant and proret
aienal mea. Answer ia your
, writing. aUting age, educational ouali-
fieations, etperience as solicitor, .etc
Addreaa "I-No. $1." Siateamaa offiee.
WANTED SALESMAN t TIRES WITH
auality, look and price that gat re-
i peat ' businesa aad eliminate competi
tion. We have salary aad ezpeaae
- contract for good - maa la thia terri
tory. Tha C. L.- Smith Compaay, South
I Bead, Indiana. .
MALI AND TXMA1B
i WANTED EES .AND WOMEN TO
: take farm paper auDerlption A rood
t propoaition to the right people. Addrese
tha Pacif ia Homestead. Stateemaa Bldg.
flET MARR' ED BEST MATRIMONIAL
paper puHiehed. Frea lor atsmp. Cor
respondeat Toledo. Ohio.
TOB SALE H
f FOR SALE HOTEL LEASE AND PART
i of furatture, doing good businesa. Oa
t aeeouat of aieknesa am forced to aeH.
Hotel I at HsmsDurg. 4iwrte v.. a.
Gorton, bog 27. f" '.
POULTRYMEN SEND EIGHT TTv.
cent aiampa for apeeiat. three Death,
trial for tha beat and oldest Journal
la tha oaiL Tha artielea aad adver-
tieemeata are of special intoreat to tha
Doultry breeders of the . northwest.
Northwest Poultry Journal.' 211. Com
marcial street, Balem. Oregon.
FOR SALE '
4 FOOT AND 16 INCH DRY MILL
wood la say quaatfly. Tracy wood
Co, Phone 520.
BEST GRADE MILL WOOD 16 INCH.
3- ft. aad 4 . f t. Prompt delivery.
Special price oa car lata. We can make
delivery oa ask. second growth aad
old growth fir about July 13. Fred
K. Wells. 803. a Church. Phone 1542.
k Sl.f. KINDS Of WOOD FOR BALE
big fir aad oak. 16 tneh. Orders
s taken for immediate or fataro deliv
, eric. 0. D. Query, Livealey EUtwa.
w Paoue 17F31.
OLD 16 IN. FIR. 18: SECOND, 4 FT.
$6. Ash. pheaa 1467.
GOOD COW FOR SALE CALL AT T
South 12th atreet.
FOR SALE BULL OOG PTTPPIES
else rood tsTkiac parrot, v Tha Bird
and Flower Store, 273 State.
; i ' i i
BUMMER LUGGAGE REDUCED WALL
. v paper remaaate. plaater wallboanl
' .. Velvet atair earset. $1.85. Endnr
aac high yrsde -house paint Ks'.s
' ' ' t"lne, lOe pottad. Cotton msUres.es.
1. . VB.SO. . Steel epriags . 00. Mas
."Beautiful Oreson Rose"
and elevea other Orego aoaga. together
;whha fine eolleotloa of petrlotle
eauaa. sacred aoaga aad many old-time
favorite .:, ;
ALL FOR"" 33a S';t''.-',v
-t (Special prices la i quantity total - i
EsOecloire adaptable for eehnel, eommaa
. Itr -r homa itaciag. , Band lor . t
" The.Western Sonsster V
,76 psgea. aaw-ln its third editiou.
-OUEOOJf TEACHERS MOTTHLT :
. fJS' . Commercial St. -. Balem. Ore.
rOR BALE OLD NEWSPAPERS. 10
eeate a bvadle. CirralaUoa depart
aaeat, sOrecoa Stateaaaaa.
LOGANBERRIES fl 25 PER CRATE.
delivered any part of city. 73e per
rrate pick thua yourself. 2332 Par
Brounda Road. Phona B?t J.
IX" RN I SHED APARTMENT rOR RENT.
fOR RENT - FULLT FURNISHED
modrrn five room flat, at o4 Fer
ry atreet $50 a month. Immediate
poa teuton. Apply at 6tateamaa of
fice. Pbaae 23.
ARLINGTON HOTEL -
50e up. 462 State.
MODERN ROOM FOR GENTLEMAN
Centrally located. Muat rive name and
reference. Addreaa A. cere jBtateemaa
FIRST CLASS SLEEPING ROOMS
all rooreaience. alae rarare. reeaoa
able. Gentlemaa or ceo pie; private
family. 263 S. High atreet.. Phone
FOR RENT 8 U IT E OF ROOMS WITH
private batn, alao aincle room. 1030
Cbomeketa t atreet. Phone 1280.
WANTED HAY ilAI.F.D PHONE 559
WANTED PURNITURE, TOOLS, ETC..
- Phone all.)
OLD MATTRESSES MADE OVER
Capital City1 Bedding Co. Phone IV
WANTED TO RENT STOCK AND
grain farm. Oct. lat. B. i Purdy,
Koute 2, Albany, Oregon.
BINO AND LAMBERT CHERRIES
wanted ; for immediate delivery. Pre
tniam paid for large fancy quality,
alao red raspberries wanted. Ward K.
Richardson, phone 494.
WANTED FURNITURE. TOOLS. MA
chioery, stock, etc. Will boy for caah
or sen on commission. fbona on
Woodry, the auctioneer.
WANTED EVERYTHING IN HARD
ware and furniture. Best prices paid.
THE CAPITAL HARDWARE
A FURNITURE CO.
285 N. Commercial St. Phone 917
CHERRIES ! WE ARE RECEIVING
Royal i Anne and Weterhouae cherries
at Mason-Ebrroan warehouse, corner
High and Mill street, and will con
tinue from 1 o'clock in the morning
nntil T at night. Sundaya aad bolidaya
. included, until tha crop ia all ia. We
want them new. Don't wait nntil they
get overripe; and let the rain spoil
them. I Wa are paying tha highest price
la Salem aad can uaa any amount
yoa may have. Deliver all black sher
ries at Maagta Brothers warehouse.
Trade' and High atreeta. Lyons Cel.
Glace Fruit Co.. 399 8. High. Phone
S9A or call Mangia Bros. 717.
LOST! AND FOUND
LOST TUESDAY AFTERNOON ON
road (to Spmng a - landing, weat of
Kiser achoolhouse, auto robe; gray,
black : and green color. Finder please
leave i at tbia office. Reward.
L08T. MONDAY A MONEY FOLDER
containing $151 in currency, it re
turned in fall to Waller Broa. we will
reward the party with 851. Waller
AUCTIONEER F. N. WOODRY. THE
livestock, furniture, real estate auc
tioneer. - Phone 511 for sale datoa.
Rea. 1(110 K. Summer.
FOR BALE OR TRADE REO TRUCK.
1921 modal, perfect condition. ,wiu
trade for real estate, produce or will
aell on easy term. Thia ia aa excep
tionally good buy. If yon want a real
good bargain apply Immediately. Phone
or ealL The People'e Cash Store.
BATTERY AND ELECTRICIAN
AUTO ELECTRICIAN; EXPERT TROU-
bia ' ahootiag. 318 X. nigh, raone
PRESTO LITE BATTERY SERVICE
Station. Evpert battery and electrical
work. Farri Broa. Phone 1803, 418
1 Coart.-' ' - - -
IRON; STEEL, BRASS. ALUMINUM
Bring the' pieces. uso-ua Heating
Co.: 337 Court..
TIRES AND ACCESSORIES
USED PARTS 1-8 TO OFF. MIKE'8
Auto Wrecking House. 434 ftortn
Commercial. Phone 523. -
10.000 MILE GUARANTEE AGAINST
stone bruises, rim cuts aad blowouts.
Tha Hydre-Torpn Tire, for aale by Yew
Park store, 12th and Leslie, v Phone 0.
NOW OPERATING MODEL BEAUTY
Parlor. 110 North Commercial atreet.
CALL 1253 J FOR FIRST CLASS CE-
moot work. Porches, stepr and side
walk a i specialty.
DR L. M. HUM CURES ANY KNOWN
disease. 153 8. High St, phone 283
CARPETS AND TXDTT BUGS
NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC WE NOW
, weave t1aff tag made out of old car
pete, any length or width you desire.
We alao re fit. re sow and also earpeta
Feather renovating aad mattress steaat
ing aad re making. Salem Carpel
. Cleaning! aad Fluff Bag Works, Phoae
114- - i
WM. NEIMEYER "JUST DRUGS."
175 N. Commercial street, phone 167.
BREWER f DRUG CO- 405 COURT
Phoae f84. i .
SECURE NT FIGURES ON. WIRING
By eoBtract: by hour. At pro-war
prieea. f H. W. Hatch. ' Phone lzoa-a.
FURNITCRE REPAIRED OR MADE TO
order. Kf inlshlng nod upnoisiertng
a aoeeialty. Phone 1743. Brown and
Grevea. 1201 Hoath Commercial.
rirr ri.owp.RS and FLORAL PIECES
. Dellvory. C. F. Breithaapt. florist. 123
North Liberty atreet. Phoae asu.
ir. rmi vr.Kn I LOAN ON REAL ES
. rator see - M. J. Hunt. Ladd Bush
Buildiag. ' ' 'l ,
30 TEAR FARM LOAN8 ON RURAt
Mlia nlan. are oavmeuS orovislooa al
. bvwed Wa will finance vow for -a leas
rate of interest than aey firm oa the
' roast.' .. , ,
Private money o' loaa on either city or
J TiR. W. Marsters- r
v. f. 41 1 Ore rod Bnlldial - Kr ,
l oiKK nif good cmr property-
Plenty of Boarrr , ao delay. Call
331 Va State street,- - .
MARION POI K-COLJiTY FJJU-. I OAVU.
asaociatioa has monev ite loan t o
ircent. W. Ii. tieh. seeret ry -treas
urer. ,or Balsa Fnk of tonnnore.
MRS HENRT LEE PIANO. 1221
Capital. Phone 1017-W.
SALEM CONSERVATORY OP MC8TC
All branches taught, diplomas grsated.
John R Kites. Director. 1237 Coart
RAG AND JAZZ PIANO PLAYING
12 lessons guaraateed. Watermaa
SysUm. F. B. Clark. Mgr.. McCor
JACK MULLIGAN PIANO TUNER;
Moore-Dunn Co. ICpresentatrve of
Sherman Clay Co. Phone 506.
EDWARD WELP EXPERIENCED
Siano tnner. Laae order Will
PRIVATE LESSONS IN ALL LATE
daocea. Mrs. White. Phone 273 J.
GEO. C. WILL PIANOS. PHONO
grsphi, tewing machines, sheet music,
and piano studies. Repairiag phono
graphs and sewing) meeariaee. 432
SHERMAN CLAY A CO. PIANOS
Steiaways. Duo-Art and othera. Moore's
Music House, 415 Court atreet aad
Ladies' Wearing Apparel
RUTH MeADAMS DRESSMAKER, 756
South 12th. Phone 1824 M.
CARRIE FISHER DRESSMAKING,
designing. Sp ncer corsets to order.
2 McCornack Bldg.
THE ADSITT8 ARE PREPARED TO
do any and all kinda of ladies' tailor
ing, for old and new customer. 852
N. 12th St. Phone 2085 R.
MAUD 8IMON8. DESSMAKER 1710
Bellevue St. , .
'NEEDLEWORK SHOP" ALL KINDS
of fancy work and hemstitching done.
121 8. Commercial street.
MRS. BRECKENRIDGE HEMSTITCH
ing. Mail orders solicited. 175 8. 19th
Phone 174 M.
SALEM ELITE HEMSTITCHING,
pleating, buttons, stsmping and needle
work. 329 Oregon Bldg. Phone 379.
MRS. C. E. MILLER HEMSTITCHING.
Stamping, braiding, hand embroidery,
buttons. Room 10. over Miller's store.
Salem, Oregon. Pbeoe 117.
HATS FROM $1 UP MRS. C. A.
Grimm. 519 Court atreet.
FOR BALING HAY CALL 76F3.
MUTUAL BENEFIT LIFE INSURANCE
company. J. C. Batch, agent, room 5.
McCornack Bldg. Phone 96.
SALEM LAUNDRY COMPANY, 186 8
Liberty atreet. Phon 25. Old
larg'tl best. Established 1889.
CAPITAL CITY 8TEAM LAUNDRY
quality work, prompt service. 1264
Broadway. Phone 165.
MOUNTAIN BALM COUGH REMEDY
Phone 517 W.
PAINTING AND DECORATING HIGH
class work for particular people. I,. D.
Brandon, contractor. 865 North High,
Phone 645 J.
FRUITLAND NURSERY FINE LARGE
stock of Italian prune trees and also
all kinda of leadiag ndrtery stock
for fall delivery. Phone 1140 M. 161
8. 14th atreet.
COMPLETE LINE TREES 8MALL
fruits, ornamental. Capital City Nur
sery Co.. 426 Oregon Bldg. Phone 75.
CALL PATTON PLUMBING CO.
your repair work. 1792-J 1.
PLUMBING REPAIRING AND COIL
work. Phone 1397-J. Shop, 127 Union
atreet. A. L. Godfrey.
FERFUMB AND TOILET ARTICLES
CALIFORNIA PERFUME CO. EX
tracts, toilet artielea. Mrs. Meyer,
17p South 23rd. Phone 1224.
HUB RETAURANT MOST REASON
able price. Johnson-Barry. 159 S.
NOODLE HOUSE. 489
BIN 8IN NOODLE HOUSE CHOP
suey, 40c: puffed rice. 20c; noodles.
30e;. fried noodles, 60c 189 S. Lib
SECOND HAND GOODS
HIGHEST PRICES PAID FOR SECOND
hand clothing aad shoes. Also do
cleaning, pressing snd repairing. Call
and deliver. Capital Exchange. S42
North Commercial. Phone 1368-W.
WE BUY AND 8 ELL 8ECOND HAND
goods of all kinds : pipe fittings, hsr
nees, collars, collar pads, tools sad
chains. 1.. Fred Schindler. 858 Center
STOVES AND' STOVE KEF AI KINO
8TOVES REBUILT AND REPAIRED
40 year experience. Depot National
fence, sixes 26 to 28 inches high
Paints, oil aad varnishes, etc- loaan
berry and bop hooks. Salem fence and
Stove Works. 250 Court street.' Phone
SALEM SCAVENGERS GARBAGE. RE
fuse of all kiada removed. Cesspools
ciesned. fnone 167.
PARKER'S STAGE LINES
J. W. Parker. General Manarer
neutral mage terminal aiem, -Oregon
OAl.LM OIL! tKlUJ U1V1BIUN
Leaves Sslem, Central Stage Terminal:
7 a.m., 11 am, 5 p.m.
Leaves Silverton, New Stand:
18 a.m.. 1 p.m., 6 p.m.
Leave Salem Central Stage Terminal:
7 a.m. 9 a.m. II in. 3 p.m. 5 p.m.
Leaves Moomogin, Monmoutn Hotel:
8:15 a-m.. 1 p. m 6:15 p.m.
I eaves Independence. Beaver. Hotel:
:30 a.m. 10 a.m. 1:15 p.m. 4 p.m. 6:30
Wa make eon nectiont at Salem' to all
parts of the valley. Extra. trios by
J. W. PARKER, General Mgr.
WE MOVE, STORE AND SHIP HOUSE
. hold goo U. Our specialty is piano
and furniture moving We also make
coentry trips. We handle the best on I
and wood Call on us for priees. We
give good measure, good qual'ty and
rood service. Liarmer transfer Co
CAPITAL C1TV TRANSFER CO 226
State St Phoae 933.. Distributing
, forwarding and storage our specialty
Ri our ratee.
CITY AND COUNTRY WOOD SAWING
Phoae 2046. ruber Broa.
WOOD SAWING" PHONE 1181.
ceuatry. Edt Sproed.,-'
SALEM WATER, LIGHT A POWER CO.
Office, 301 South Com-fcl. Te per
root discouat oa domestic fist '.rates
. osid in advance No deduction for
erxeaee' or any- reuse unless water ia
s hnt off jour rvms,
GLASSES FITTED BT DR. L. R. BUR
dett at the . Bow Optical Company.
325 State street, opposite Ladd aad
POJItROY it KEEN E JEWELERS AND
Optometrists. J 69 State.
CH AS. H. MAXWELL CHIROPODIST,
root specialist. Room 3. 332 State St.
nsils, ail foot trouble.
Price (Shoe Co. Phone 616.-
DR. O. L. SCOTT. P.S.C.. CHIROPRAC
tor. 411 19 U. S. Bank Bldg. Phone
87; re. 82 R
DRS. WHITE AND MARSHALL 206
L. S. Bank Bldg.
DR. W. L. MERCER OSTEOPATHIC
Physician and Surgeon. Kirksville
graduste. 404 40 U. 8 National Baak
Bid. Phon. off we 919; rea. 614.
BROKEN ARCHES AND OTHER DE
fortuities of the feet corrected without
loss of time from vour occupation.
Drs. White Marshall. U. 8. Bank
DR. JOHN L. LYNCH OSTEOPATHIC
Physician and Surgeon. 403-404 Ore
gon Bldg. Phones, office, 1394; rea
UNITED SPANISH WAR VETERANS.
Camp 5, Armory, First, third Mondays.
FIVE ROOM HOUSE ON PAVEMENT
in good condition, modern, large cor
ner lot aad close to cannery, can be
bought for $2200. $1200 at first pay
ment. Heyser-Follrich System
Phone One Thousand
Main Floor Termiaai Bldg.
83000 WILL BUY GOOD BUNGALOW.
eoutn, paved, garage and in good lo
cation. Ruby Purdy, 455 Court street.
FINE LOT IN RICHMOND ADDITION
for aale at a aacrifice. Pbooe 205 V.V.
ANDERSON A RUPERT
Saccessors to Lsflsr A Laflar
408 ? Oregon Bldg.
CITY HOUSES CITY LOTS. BUNGA-
lows, small and large acreage, close in
and far out: exchanges ia city and
country. Brown h Magee. over Bus
ick s store. Stste and Commercial
MR. HOME BUYER YOU CAN BUY A
6 room bungalbw less than a year old.
for $500 less than 1 was offered tor
it nine months ago. Hss basement.
Dutch kitchen, closets and sleeping
porch. $1000 will handle it. See it
today. 125 Leffelle.
8EE ME FOR GOOD BUYS IN REAL
estate. Ruby Purdy, 455 Court atreet.
A Real Bargain
Nine and one-half acres of loganberries;
income record good for the psst four
years. Excellent crop now showing.
Half a mile from the city limits, close
to a dryer. Good water and small, well-
built house. Price $6,o00. tasy
Square Deal Realty Co.
202 U. 8. Bank Phone 470
IF TOU ARE LOOKING FOB A FIRST
class large home, I have it- Located
close in at a moderate price.' Do
not misa eeeing una about it.
If you are looking for business property
I have the best corner in towa for
you - today.
Gertrude J, M. Page
193 N. Cottage Phone 1186
SEW . BUNGALOW PAVEMENT.
beautiful river view. 5. rooms modern
with hardwood borders and Dutch kit
chen. Built in buffet and bookcase,
fireplace, cement basement. Reduced
to $4800: $2000 will handle and will
Phono One Thousand
Vain Floor Terminal Bldg.
Special, Why Pay Rent
7 room plastered house, on car line, in
good eonoition. rrice ibiiu. auu
cash, balance $15 per month,
room bouse. cloe in, $1200; $250
cash, balance $15 per month.
4 room house and 2 fine lots, some
bearing fruit, price SI200, casn,
balance easy terms, monthly payments.
Why pay rent!
Mills & Copley
331 State atreet
Good Buys and Exchanges
rooms plastered, good locatioa on rsr
i ' a at.n . Tl ilnw.
line, price O " , , auaia v J " "
I.. 1 a n cj tiba rent.
10 acres of fine land, good 5 room plast
ered house, 4 mile from psvea roaa.
a good buy for $2500. Will take Sa
lem house and psy some cash differ-
We have a new Oakland car to exchange
for house or small tract.
We have about 2000 cords of standing
timber would trade for house ana pay
7 room modern house and 8 large lota.
with fruit and garden. I ms is sure
a bargain for $2500. Will take small
honaa and l lot in exchange.
We have a truck doing a good bnsinees
to trade for a houae. Will pay n
S31V4 State street
Buy Land That Never
Long Island Gardens Co. is selling best
beaverdam land in America at Browns
mead, en Columbia river, fifteen miles
from Astoria, in small trscts at reas
enable prices snd term. Write foi
particulars P. O. Box 82. Browns
nnou KF.W MODKRN BUNGALOW
style house, clone in ou North Uigb
180 acre at the head of Silet basin on
Rock Cre-k in Lincoln county. Excel
lent range. Good stock farm. $200
A. C. Bohrnstedt
tm Mason ie Temole Salem. Oregon
20f aere farm, well located, to exchange
for homeaia Salem or suburban home
farm . na halanee.
20 acre improved to exchange for home
in Sslem. 27 acre fruit ranch with
crop. $6500. take a home ia Salem
i New bungalow with basement, not all
finished. $14K. half casn. in goou nis
a atrietlv modern 8 room taw
alow, larva lot with . bearing frnit
...... arf itreet. lmst residence dis
triet. for leas tbaa house would cost to
build. t .
Ford sedan to trade in on a home. Good
li.kt rmr for aale or will trade or.
cheep- homo. A fine farm nt $60 per
acre, oesr Dallas. Want to exchange
snburban home 3 acres) for cloee ia
home Sea ni for' trade. F. L. Wood.
341 State street.
no aevaa a acres in bearing rwberrSe
ia ernn except 29 acrea of
. M.aa O mom bouse, barn.
located 5 railea nut en main road, fiue
fruit land.- Price $8dOO. t eash.
bslanee federal loaa 5 room howse
with larre lot oa paved street sad
ear line, cement walk Price $lw.
$500 down balance $20 per month.
interest ' - .!
Rest Fito end fire lawo-aoej.,,
W. H. Grabenhorst & Co,
'.?' Etata). Efc. VVS. BHk BhJf
11800 WILL BUT GOOD CORNER N.
Liberty. Lou of fruit. Good home.
Raby Purdy. 455 Court atreet.
NEAT LITTLE KOI K ROOM BCNUA
low. K reach dour,. Dutch kitchen, east
front, near ear line. Price $250.
Terms. Kruejer, Orrgou Bldg. Phone
BARGAIN 6 ROOM BUNGALOW,
modera except furnace; full basement,
stationary wash tubs; bearing fruit
tree. lor a few days $J0OO; easy
terms. P. 1.. Wood.
34 ACRES AND NEW 6 ROOM FLA
tered buncalow, 6 acres cultivated,
balance pasture. 2 wetla. yeang 'am
ily orchard, all fenced, barn 28x40
silo, all farm tools. 5 cows, 3 h-if-rs.
2 bore go with place. All for $600.
Cash to handle $2000. See
L. A. Hayford
305 Stale street
FIVE ROOM MODERN BUNGALOW
on paved street close ia; furnace,
fireplace, hardwood floors, well built
in. $5250. Will consider soldier's
831 1, State atreet
FIVE ROOM MODERN BUNGALOW
basement, wash trays, northeast cor
ner on paved street, two lots. Owner
says sell it $3000.
M. J, Hunt
Ladd at Bash Bldg.
Good 3 room house in south Salem, sold
on msy payments, $200 down. Price
6 room house on psved street, valued
at $2000to trade in on confectionery
or small grocery. If suited will pay
Grocery, stock, fixtures and building to
exchance for acreage up to $8000.
Childs & Bechtel
540 State street
Would you not like to have a cottage
these hot days where the rooms are
large, , luxuriously, large, bedrooms as
well as ilving rooms. We have an
exceptional place, moderately priced.
Will make a good home. Short walk
ing distance and immediate possession.
Come aad see ua on this place.
The Fleming Realty Co.
341 State atreet
Nice little 4 room modern- boose, just
completed and ready for you to move
in. It's a good buy for $2100, with
33 m State street
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
WHEREAS, the State Game
Commirsion of the State of Ore
gon is authorized under . Section
8. Chapter 66, General Laws of
Oregon, 1921, to close ary open
season or open any closed season
In any county or district of the
State ot Oregon ror the shooting
arvl possession of game animals
NOTICE Is hereby given that
the State Game Commiasion of
the State of Oregon has made and
entered and does hereby issue the
That the open season aa defltv
ed la, Chapter 153, Section 2, ol
the General Laws of Oregon of
1921. for hunting, killins. tak
ing or having in possession, alive
or dead, the following named
game animals and game birds re
spectively, shall be as follows to-
The open season for deer
throughout the entire state Bhall
be ami is hereby declared to be
frtni August 20th to October 31st
of each yea'r, both dates inclu
sive. The open season for quail and
Chinese pheasants in all section
of the state where there is an
open season, therefor, shall be and
t3 hereby declared to be from
October T5fh to October 31st ol
each, both dates inclusive. .
The open season for grouse or
native pheasants in all sections
ot the state where there is an
open seasoih. Is declared to bt
from August 2Qfh to Septembei
20th of each year, both dates in
clusive. The open season for sage henr
In all sections of the state where
there is an , open seasorh, is de
clared to be from July! 5th to
July 31st of each year, both date?
The open peason for prairie
chickens in aljl sections ot the
state where there is an open sea
son, is declared to be from Oct
ober 15th n October 31st ot
each year, both dates inclusive.
NOTICE is also hereby given
that the changes in the open sea
sons made by this Order in nc
wfoe affects the bag limits or ob
er regulations provided by la
respecting the nutating for, kill
ing. taking or jhaving in posses
sion. alive or dead, of such gam
animals and gape birds.
Any and all! persona bunt'm
Cor. killing, taking or bavirag ir
possession, alive or dead, an
deer, quail, Chinese pheasants,
grouse or native pheasants, sag
hens and pralr'e chickens in the
S'ate of Oreg-m. in violation ol
this order, will be prosecuted' at
by law provided.
Dated at Portland.'Oregon. thh
I2tb day of June. A. D.. 1923
OREGON STATE GAME COM
MISSION. By I. N. FLEISCHER.
t By GEO. H. KELLY.
By BLAINE HALLOCK
By M. A. LYNCH.
Pf T.. E. BEAN.
PORTLAND, Ore., July 13.
Butter: Prints extras 43e; cube
extras 38c; prime firsts 3JC. But
tertat. Portland delivery: No .1
sour cream 4344c
Potatoes: New selling price 3c.
Read the Classified Ads.
Export Buying Totals Mil
lion Bushels Corn Gets
CHICAGO, July 13 Black rust
threatening and the untoward
aspect of railway strike develop
ments had a decided bullish in
fluence today on the wheat mar
ket. Prices closed unsettled.
1 5-8 to 2 3-8 net higher with
September $1.15 1-4 T 1.13 3-8
and December $1.17,1-4 to l it
3-8; corn gained 3-8 to 7-8 and
oats 1-4 0 3-8 tp 1-2. Provisions
finished at five cents decline to
a like advance.
Active dealings as well as high
er prices characterized the wheat
trade throughout the day.
Most of the spring wheat crop
was reported as In the milk stae,
and with higher temperature
looked for a general disposition
was manifest to regard the next
few days as the crucial period so
far as danger from black rust was
concerned. Revival of export bus
iness tended rather to lift values
and there were indications too ot
enlarged demand from domestic
Seaboard estimates of export
buying of wheat put the total at
1,000,000 bushels, including 500
0C0 bushels of domestic wheat
sold to France.
Corn and oats went up in value
with wheat. It was said that be
tween 600,000 and 700,000 bush
els of corn had been taken for
Big deliveries of lard. 1,000,000
pounds, checked buying of provi
HITS LOW LEVEL
Bank of England Rate Drops
to 3 Per CentOils Have
NEW YORK. July 13. The
stock market was irregular, and
unsettled in spots today despite
new factors of an encouraging
character, chief among which was
the lowest quotation ou call loans
since the latter part of June.
Cumulative evidence of world
monetary ease was fund in anoth
er region of the bank of England
rediscount rate to 3 per cent. This
is the lowest figure for this form
of accommodations at the British
metropolis since January 1914.
Advices from Washington at
tributed to treasury officials
promptly dispelled the idea of my
further cut in federal reserves re
discount rates and advances. Sec
retary MeDon was qouted In op
position to1 s.uch actmn on the
round that it might "stimulate
Oils were the vulnerable fea
tures of the day's moderate and
professional operations. Mexican
Petroleum sustained an extreme
reaction of 8 points to a level 60
points under its high of June and
closed at a net loss of 6 1-4 points
Sales totalled 800,000 shares.
w- a . l '.
t-an-Americans, Mexican sea
board, newly listed on the ex
change and most other foreign
and domestic oils were lower by
1 to 3 points.
The open rate for call money
was 3 1-4 per cent until the fina
half hour, when plenty of money
was orrered at 3 per cent. Time
funds were quotably unalted out
private loans for 30 and 0 days
were reported at 4 per cent.
Business In foreign exchange
was light, except for sterling and
French francs, the former being
n demand at the week's best quo
tations were under speculative
pressure. (The German mark alao
yielded, with variable changes for
NEW YORK MARKETS
NEW YORK. July 13 Evap
orated apples quiet; prunes unset
tied;- peaches dull.
The W. C. T. V.. and Metho-
Mist ladies Aid Society were cn
tertainod all day Wednesday a
the country home of Mrs. Ora
Bear. A bountiful dinner wa
served at noon. During the day
the ladies finished a qrUlt for
Earl Bear has been suffering
from Neuralgia this week.
Mrs Clara Cammack of .Port
land Its visting ber sister, Mrs W
Bland Sper was recently fined
120 for selling tobacco to a min
Dr. G A. Massey and family
of Klamath Falls have returned
home after a week in Turner.
The funeral of Mrs. Lawrence
Robertson of Stockton. Calif., was
Ia -t-CT MethodgBt, church
Thursday afternoon. V- .
Read the Classified Ads
REVELATIONS OF A AVIFE
:"' . I-
THE WAY If OTHER GRAHAM
GREETED MADGE I
1- . - -
Rita Brown- was , a' startling.
brilliant picture as she turned I ttc
ward me, her hand upon the door
the car drawing-room, her
head thrown back against the col
ar of the wonderful wrap which
knew ahe so coveted
One of Dicky's favorite slang
expressions flashed in o m y tnind.
v ,c " 4."""" ?
he is apt to say of any feminine
that Miss Brown looked like a bil
lion at least. The soft fur ot the
wrap just suited her brunette
beauty, forming a wonderful,.,
Kiaviuts j vi ui lisftuiiifi eje ahi
brilliant coloring, no less etfec-
ye because of my knowledp. ot
iu evanescent nature. I
By-by : dearly." She wived!
her hand mockingly. ' l?.1
will bring some- manna from the
ravens to you:
'Tin 1 afraid you're a trifle
mixed In your Biblical alluslou.
I retorted gayly. wondering at itbe
time where I found the strength
to answer her lightly. The cool
ness of her effrontery, the crasv
nees of her selfishness, the coarse1
ness of her manner were fast
fraying my nerves.
A Plan Guessed.;
That she. had donned the won
derful wrap not because ot real
need, but because of the chance
meeting Maj, Grantland while, ar
rayed in it, I well knew. That
she would contrive to attract ai
much attention from the other
passengers as she possibly could
knew also. The fact that 'this
course would make it Impossible
for me to put the cloak on during
the trip south was, 1 was aitrt,
one of her motives In thus flaunt
ing her apparent ownership of the
cloak. As the door closed behind
her I smiled sardonically at the!
thought that her energy In Ibis
particular direction was wasted. 1
wasn't apt to put on the wrap the
wearing of which bad so aroOsed 8 r" wrr7 ms"n lM tnr
DlckVs aneer. I ton Food ProdurU company ha
I finished rfrenalni and rant for
the porter to make up the room.
A glance at my watch had told n.e
that Mother Graham was no doubt
awake, and impatient for trie to
come In and help her with Junior!
. . . . . . . . . '
i naa taken tne precaution toif"" w " "'j s aui
scrtbblo down the number, o her WDO J0.,dscreaaBd bring 1$
drawing room the night before
and an Inquiry of the porter when
he answered my summons
me that her room was two
ahead of mine.!
'What Do You Mean?"
I was foolishly glad that it as
not to the rear of mine, for I
would not have to pass Dicky's
berth on my trip to it. That he
was still furiously angry with meU Is expected that the price w lit
I didn't doubt, and I had no wish
to meet him until his anger had
time to cool.
Luck was with me, however. I
met no one,; acquaintance j or
stranger, until I knocked at the
door of my mother-in-law's room.
and, was admitted by that august
laay in an the majesty of her) grey
merino wrapper. Her hairj was
smoothly colffed, every detail of
her toilet was complete down to
the. last shoestring. I saw her
glance critically at me, and knew
that she was making her usual
Ha 1 and Grata
Wheat, 8105 Q 1.10 ha; oata,!
Effa, Basterfat, Batter, Milk
ontterist, ic; mils, sz.iv cwt; tffi,
Heavy hens. 20 (a) 31a: light heaa
loe; medium, 18c;. roosters, 10; broilers
i mfm an. . 1
e hers. M; Up
lloctv. f 11.25; Ir.
miau-avra. Aja aaaarai idl item A
avo-s-va-a '" - " i-w a-. w "W V .
Ecxa aad Butter
Eggs. 22e; creamery batter 45 SOi
Portland Bayinf Price
EGOS. POULTBT AKD MEATS
BUTTEWAT-i KIRJf. SCARCE
N'umher one rburainr cream. 4a 48
f ob. Portland: 41c at stations; iundet
sraaes, u i- siv i
1 Carreut re-eipts. If ft 2 Or; wTiite hea
a-riea. 28 24c dl'd. (These quota t ion t
are based oa prices raeetved for tae 8l
of day "a receipts j by local iobbeau oad
LIVE POULTRY STEADY
(Lees commission)' heavy hens 22 & 23e.
lb.; do. liKht 14 ISe; hreilers. reeks
ana Bed. 24 0 25: lesBersa IB (0 inc.
eld rooster, in i easts: daeea. whits
Pekina, younf. 24 4j 25e; old docka. If
DRESSED MEATS f IRK. SCARCE
(Lose eommiaatoo) Cbotoo liaha sn
ISe f 15S: underaradea. 13 Q !.:
veal, top grades, 13 Vi lie; nader-
Crades, 10 12
SAY Altf 9WUM
(Delivered Portland). Valley Ttsseta
818 20 tow; Eastern -Orecoa Timothy
822 34 ton; alfalfa. 8I 0 18 SO ten:
clover 814 ton: eat and retch 815 9 10
tea; straw, an-tp sen. ..
(Traeh," Portl. ad 1 Whoss.1 81.
Of 81-14; oata. ii fT 35; aastera' 7 el
w ma, 830 a ton.
ritwrr - '
r" Btrswberries. noTmal; eherrlea 8S Q 9t
la - early peaches, ai.za hoc aweieov:
fl 12.5 bei:i raspberries 81.75 ?
82; currants. 81.50 .fr 1.1S; lntnberriea.
m W Bae; apples.' fi.75 ..
Ko. 1 potato's. 1 4 85e ewt.; lOrefet
eseoace. 1 ff 1 -e l; parsnips, te 10
carrots. 25 12 bonrhea: srreea peas 4
oe lb; greea . 25e, . 1 .
worn. '. . ' f .
. W001-STEADY ..I -
Cesrte valley wool. 18 fie; mediaa
SO 4) zSe; fine 25 Q 80a. .
; HOTS )TATY ' ,
1921 Cro seminal a 11 0 15a,
appraising orvy ot goj; appear- ,
"'It's time yon. rot herV he
satd Urtly t f Krwtwl Iter pr;
fanctorlly and dlrexl past her to
the lower ?rttV where) Junior uraa -scrambling
np. eYldentjr with the
ratC tnaraa,' th tnostJnrTelot' ,
ly thrilling of all sounds to ry
mother. - ;m .i;:i'"'4"v.; "
-Richard smiBil . has ; oetp
awake" lor houra,' ah weal trn
I -.mlled at her uoconacloua rx-
aggeratlon, for I well kaew'that
mora than at Jew ; minutes of real-
lM - n?s, uptkahe ioy. rrt
ould . have , sent hla devotesT
grandomther Currying to, find ar
porter through whW she coal4
miA a MmMor lummnnl for
me. . - T.'lvV: :7 rs'
llrt niuii'lu ata ! I a luva
Umb - contiBtted, tgorin
the fact that Junlpr with hla baby
, mm M,lf,,. JJV '.-..:. hmltt
tering paV talk and l.o8h.nfi -
contentedly. "Why didnH , you
bring his staff with you Inattmd
of having to make a trip back for
I nearly dropped' Junior In my
l.lAnUhm,iil - n , t InrnAt a Kjs
rjJ ; . .
...-w, A t
Her tare turned positively gray
with frightened anger.
' Don't yoa dare to stand there
and tell me a thing like that! e'er
said. "I gave' It to Richard to
carry out to the taxi, and they
must have taken it out with your
things, for when I went througV
my baggage this morning that
grip was not here. You certainty
don't mean that there's no fotc
for thia child this morMng!'
,( To be continued)
TOTALS 75 II
Silverton Company Finishes
btrawbernes Logans, :
Coming in. Fast
SILVERTON. Ore., July 13.
(Special to,The State8mn.)Tlie
I - . a - a H S
l ""U1 a total pack Of 75
ton"- Al vreteat the loganberry
P" 13 ,n Ia w,n8T with an av.
rae of la tons per day. Th
urRe8t -ndlvidaaU contributor of
loganoernea to tne fciiverton cbb
I karv la 1 ll'.a... e HI . .1. I. m.
-out tons per day. u is ex
j Pted that. the loganberry seises.
I wUI ,8Bt hout two weeks longer
carothr fruits which are. being r
celved at present . are ' red and
black raspberries and Royal Ann
cherries: Since the close of th(
strawberry - season the cannery
crew has been cut down from 110
j employees to 47.
It Is said that the evergreen
I yield is promising this year and
j be about the same aa last year;
Read the Classified Ads.
for wet-vice aa railroad rna
chlnista, blaskamlths, aboei
metal worker. copper
smiths, car lwpetora, boll
ermakers, elect riclaauH pipe
fitters, tJasera, ar. repaif",
era, helpera, aU'cUsdea mm-'
der";atrike oondttlona best'
explains! bjr Cnarrman tkn
W. Hooper of the United
States ' lUUroad Labor
Board, in bin statement of
July 1st regarding as fol-.
"In this case the conflict
is not between the employer
and the oppressed employes.
The people of this country
1 1 through an act of congress,
II glgned by President Wilson,
established a tribunal to de
cide such disputes ; over
wages and working condi
tlons, which are submitted
to it in a proper manner.
It Is the decision of thU tri
bunal against wblcjk the
shop crafts are striking. .
.."Regardless of any quea
tion of the right of the men
to strike the men who take
the strikers' ' places are
merely accepting the wages
and working conditions pre
scribed by a government
tribunal and are performing
a public service. 'They are.
not accepting., tne wages
aad working conditions
which an employer la trying
to iupose lor this reason
public sentiment; and full,
government power wilt pro
tect - the men - who remain
in their positions and new
men .who may. come In."
:,i Adequate provision havj
been made for the full pro
tection of all employes, the
same as old employes which
have remained loyally at
work. Applicants should
apply to the office of the
superintendent at Portland
(Union station) or to the
assistant, superintendent . at.
RosebursV j, h. DTER,
-Soathem Pacific Company