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THE OREGON STATESMAN, SALEM, OREGON
SATURDAY MORNING. SEPTEMBER 30, 1922
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atiaimasa for say advrtUm't
FIRE INSURANCE 80CIETT
W. H. Burghardt, Jr.
Resident Agent 371 State 8t.
MONEY TO LOAN
On Real Estate
T. K. FORD
(Orer Ladd k Bash Bank)
'.vTrTO-ACRE TRACTS NEAR CITY UM
m , B II 1 nip ru t-u . ,
Ideal suburban homes. 3'iOO an sere.
Term. Sec Harris, C24 N. Capitol. .
i 1MU '
WANTElv-A FARM FOlfc RENT. AD
' dress B-77. tara Statesman.
'rOR RENT 4 OR 5 ROOM . APART
vnent, first floor; two block from
tniversity. See Mr. Horton at Worth
I FOR ALR OEXTLE RIDING POXY,
Li ,. Inquire F. E. Shsfer, 170 8. Conimer-
CARRIER WANTED FOB THE ORKOO
aian, W. II. Burghardt, 371 State.
ASK HOW TO 8BCTRE ESPRIT D'
Amonr Hygienic Toilet requisites at a
discount. Alao Flower in the Bottle
Perfume and , toilet water. 115 J.
Liberty. Representatives wanted ev-
JLA0E8 ARE READY FOR WEU.
f trained people. Start training in the
clauses opening at Capital Business Col
lege next (Monday October 2nd. .
GOOD COOKING APPLE'S FOR HALE,
8 Wee $1. Bring boxes. Phone
"ANTED CARE FOR CHILDREN
afternoon and ingots while motnevs
are away. Address "B 78." States
"WIDOWER NEEDS HOME FOR GIRL
I 11". Any light work, 1245 Madison
FOR RENT TWO ROOM UXFCRNISH
- ed apartment- and a three room fur
, nished apartment to reaponaible people
without children. 743 Union St.
.'.J51GHT HEAD CHOICE HIGH GRADE
Jersey eow and heifers, to freshen
eoon. T. B. tested.. . Morion Loouey,
Jefferson. Pnona 7F43.
VoOKfVO APPLES THREE BOXF.S
f 1.50, delivered.. Ward K. Rirfiard-
son, Phon 494. ;
BARGAINS IN REAL EST AT B-
good buy, and real -estate anapa it
wis pay you to see ue. Lite Keslty
Co., Ptton Bldg. ;
FOR SALE GOOD ; HOUSE OF ' 13
rooms, iCIose in. A real bargain.
; 4?ric $4500.
Oregon Bldg. Phone 217
i room , plastered house, chicken house
nd won shetf; good buy for a 10(H)
and 20O eawh- will handle,
rooms, lanre lot, on paved street; bar
gain for 31200. With 8200 rash,
room - modern except basement, cor
ner lot, paved street and car line,
' 83500. With 8500 eah.
room house, wire house snd 0 rots
in Brook a, 44 acres of timber land 9
miles from Salem. . Trade for small
331 4 State Street
$ FOR 8ALE NEW iSTRICTLY MODERN
- five room bungalow. Cement walk and
" paved street. - Vacant now. 1 You can
move rigfrt in. Prieo 83700. 8750
i . an, Daianc to suit.
.: 308-209 Oregon Bldg.
Experienced Cook and:
Housekeeper Wanted 1
At one. Good salary and ex
cellent conditional, out must have some
body who ia nleaatnc and well experi
enced. Apply at once. Bring your
reierenee wita you, at the
PEOPLE'S CAiSH STORE
,tMRS. SOLOF v
V $400 Will duy
' A fin comer lot on a - paved street,
close 'in, all assewmemta paid, clear
, title, if sold this week. Another snap
8500 down, and 820 per month, in
, Pluding Interest vrtH buy a cosy 6
room bungalow. With fireplace, elec
. i tnleity, city water, gorage, vroodsbed,
two and half lots, with- bearing fruit,
trees, garden. Price 82000. Let us
, know your wonts.
, .Childs & Bechtel
540 But street
f Maa of good standing between ages
4 rll Preferred. Most u typewrit
;.r and write good hand. Permanent
' DOelUoa Afferinv Hntimitl U;K1I11U
l ' "II. ran produne the goods.
425 Marion hotel
, ' wn car. an as room
WANTED ENBrUrtrriO YOUN0 MAN
: wuo aaa sad sxperieae selling lif
. Iniuraaea. suutka a .ja.:.i Mu.
k V able to devote hi entire tins and
w bo aaahiliaua t sj
have the courage to present 'bnlneaa
i FivpoBiiion t mercnanu and profea
smbsI mn. Amwer la yoar own kaa'1
r1","1 Ststiag age. educations) uIj
esporteneo a solicitor, sic
MALE AJTO FXmALB
fRUNE PICKERS WANTED GOOD
picking, rood ramp horoes. good
ages., Picker Hvmsrrorted to nd
Irom .orchard. W. F, Irsger. 211 S.
ANTED MEN AND WOMEN TO
farm paper aubaeripuona. A ra
proposition to th rigHt people Addroas
aummveso, etateamaa uiug
, BIBDS AND POOS
FOR SALE YOUNG PARROTS. E. B
. Flske. Birds, Flower. Pet. 273 Stst
v Mt m at th Fair.)
USED CHICKERIN0 GRAND, IN GOOD
)t hp. will give some term. H. L.
i otin rurnitnre Co.
FOR RAl.a- nnnn rsrn umnnivT
pino left as to 0. Price 8200.
. tyrai. tt. it. null Furnltoro hi
- ' aie department.
BUSINESS , OPPORTUNITIES
. FOR SALE OR RENT -A WELL EQUIP-
t. pen macnine and - aototnobii repair
. w,,v inquire at viaon auio cacnaage.
MANAGER WANTED FOR T5 ROOM
. hotel . located in lively Oregon town.
.K Mast have referenca and om eaxh.
Good propoaition focjrighA party.Ad
; rrM -Central ' Stage Terminal and
Hotel Co.. Salem, Oregon.
$100 PER MONTH LEASES A CIGAR,
news stand, confectionery, soft drink
and check room concession located in
a 75-room hotel at a Central Stage
Terminal. Address Central 8U(e
Terminal k Hotel Co., Salem, Ore.
IT YOU WANT TO GET THE BEST
farm paper, send 15e to the Pscifie
Homestead. Salem, Oregon, for a three
months' trial subscription. Mention
100 3 YEAR OLD S. 0.
hora bens, tl each.
W. A. Ford,
PODLTBYMEX 8EXD EIGHT TWO
cent stamps for special three raonths
trial for the best snd oldest jourasl
in the west. The article and. adver
tisement are of special interest to the
poultry breeder of the Northwest.
Northwest Poultry Journal. Ill Com
mereial street, Salem, Oregoa.
FOR SALE GOOD JERSEY COW JUST
fresh. 3 years old. 2005 Ferry. St.
GOOD TEAM OF 8 YEAR OLD BAY
mare, 1200 each, sound; and good set
of harness, for $175. O. V. Bsdley Co.
Phono 7S. Ralem.
FOR SALE HAI F-BRfcED SCOTCH
Coolie paps, cheap. Phone 1280, 1030
FOR SALE OLl n EWSPAPEttS. 10
cent a bundle. Circulation depart
ment, Oregon Statesman.
FOR CONCORD GRAPES PHONE
1135-W. Fine for canning and juice.
Cheap in price. Write G. A. Miller,
SUMMER LCGOAGli REDUCED WALL
paper remaanta, plaster wallboard.
Velvet Stair carpet, 81.85. Endur
ance high grade house paint. Kalao
mine, 10c pound. Cottoa mattresses.
S8.50. Steel spring 85.00. Mas
'. Bursa. 179 N. Commercial 8t.
"Beautiful Oregon Rose"
aad eleven other Oregon songs, together
witn a lino collection ot patriotic
ongs, acred song and many old tim
. ALL FOR 25e
(8noeial oricea in ausntltv lota)
Eapocially adaptable for ehooi, eommat
tty or home itnging. Bend lor
The Western Songster
78 pages, bow ia it third aditioa.
OREGON TEACHERS MONTHLY
318 8. Commercial St. Salem. Or
BEST GRADE MILL WOOD 4 FOOT
and 16-me.h. Prompt delivery. Koaa
onable ' prie. Fred E. Wells, 805 8.
Chnreh. Phone 1543.
GET MARRIED RKST MATRIMONIAL
paper paniiiarn r zvr.r, lor iMuiy.
Correspondent. Toledo. Ohio.
FOR RENT THRF.K ROOM APART
ment, complete with new furniture.
Vfth, beat, water free. 1207 South
MODERN. ROOM FOR GENTLEMAN
Centrally located. Muat give earn and
reference. Address A, ears Stateemaa
FOR RENT FURNISHED ROOMS 451
Mill St. - During business hours call
FOR RENT 335. LARGE STORK
space ia Central Stage Terminal, Eug
ene. Suitable for merchandise tmvin
ess. See Mr. Iloffmsn, Central Stagr
.Terminal. Eugene. m .
LOST AND FOUND
LOST AFTER THREE O'CLOCK TUKS
day, six weeks' old airedale pup with
collar. Return to 349 Ferry or call
FOUND AUTO CRANK. OWNER IX
quire at Statesman office.
WANTED FURNITURE, TOOLS, ETC.
OLD MATTRESSES MADE
Capital City Bedding Co.
WE ARE PAYING THE HIGHEST MAR
ket price for dried prunes, call ua up
if you haven't sold. Phone 717 oi
1291, Mangia Ban.
WANTED EVERYTHING IN HARD
ware and furnitur. Beit price paid
.THE CAPITAL HARDWARE
28S N. Commercial St. Phone 847
WANTED FURNITURE, TOOL8, MA
chiaerr, stock, ate. Will bay for each
r sell an commission. Phoa til
Weodry. th anet loner. . i
AUCTIONEER F. Jr. WOODRY, THF
livMtock, fnraitnra, real aetata aue
tioneer. Phoa 511 for aal data
1610 N. Bummer.
Col. J. G. GABLE .
farm and city tale.
160 S. High.
G. 8 ATT E RLE B AUCTIONEER, FARM
aad stock sties. Phone Residene
121 1-J: Office 1177. Selem. Oregon.
IRON. STEEL. BRASS, ALUMINUM
Bring, th piece. Oxe-Gaa Heating
Co. 337 Court.
RADIATOR k FENDBB REPAIRS
RADIATORS FENDERS, BODIES,
made or repaired. J. O. Bair. 444
BATTERY AND ELECTRICIAN
R, D. BARTON EXIDE BATTERIES
tsrter and generator work. 171
PRESTO -LITE BATTERY SERVICE
Station. Expert battery and eler-tr.cal
work. Farri Broa. Pkoae 1803. 41S
ttTO ELECTRICIAN; EXPERT TROT,
hi .hooting. SIS N. High. Phoa
ftS. BICYCLES AND EEPAIBINQ
l,tITO V.. RAM8DEN
elee and repairing.
"The Cycle Man
147 8. Com'l.
DODGE GOOD '"NDITTON: RACR1
fiee forqniek Bale. Call 2600 Fair
OLESON USKU CAR EXCHANGE.
Car booght and sold. Guarantaad r
pairing. WMn. Poliahinsj .
vow nprnATlNG i- MODEL-BRA UTY
Parlor. 110 Nortk Commercial straaL
. Paon S5S. .--. --------
CARPET AND KTJQ WEAVING
CARPET AND RUG WEAVING RAGS
dyad. Paona before a a. am. S4P31.
ACME CHOCOLATE 8H0P "JUST
Candy." Strictly homemade. 121 8.
CARPEcai AMD FXiTJTT RUGS
NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC WE NOW
weave fluff toga made oat of old car
pet, aay length or wldta yoa desire.
We alao re fit, re sew and sis carpet.
Festher renovating and msttras steam
ing and remaking. Salem Carpet
Cleaning and Fluff Bog Work. Phone
DR. L. M.
HUM CURE8 ANY KNOWN
If J a Hush St. phone 3AS
CLEANXES AND DYERS
SPICK. N. SPAN
dyers. 544 State.
SALEM ELECTRIC CO. MASONIC
Building. Phone 1200.
ELECTRIC FIXTURE AND SUPPLY CO.
Phone 1934. 222 X. Liberty.
HALIK'fl ELECTRIC SHOP ELEO
trieal machine repairing, contracting.
837 Court. Phone 488.
AsRCHIE FLEENER. ELECTRICIAN
House wiring by hour or contract. Esti
mates furnisheL Phone 980, 414
WM. NEIMEYER "JUST DRUGS.'
175 N. Commercial street phone 187.
CO. 405 COURT
20 YEA It FARM LOANS. ON RURAL
credit plsn, pre-payment provision al
lowed. W will finance yoa for a less
rat of interest than any firm on th
Private money to loan on either eity or
R. W, Marstere
411 Oregon Building
LOANS ON GOOD CITY PROPERTY
Plenty of money; no dvlay. Call
831 V State street
MARION POLK COUNTY FARM LOAN
association has money to loan at 6V
percent. W. D. Smith, secretary-treas
urer, ana Bslem Bsnk of Commerce.
FURNACES 198 8.
GIESK FURNITURE CO. QUALITY
furniture for les money. 873 Court.
PEOPLE'S FURNITURE 8TORB NEW
and second band furniture. 271 N. Com
mercial. FURNITURE HOSPITAL
FURNITURE REPAIRED OB MADE TO
fder. Refiniehing snd upholstering
a spaclalty. Phon 1743. Brown aad
Groves. . 1201 South Commercial.
CUT FUOWER8 AND FLORAL PIECES.
Delivery. O. F. Breithaupt, florist, 123
North Liberty etreet. Phone 880.
Ladies' Wearing Apparel
RUTH MeADAHS DRESSMAKER, 756
South 12th. Phon 1824 M.
8PENCER CORSETS TO ORDER
Dreaamaking. Carrie Fisher. McCor
' nack Bldg.
THE ADSITTS ARE PREPARED TO
do any and all kinda of ladies' tailor
ing, for old and new customers. 352
N 12th St. Phone 2085 R
HE GOOD MAXWELL GINGRICH
Motor Co. 871 Court.
TIRES AND ACCESSORIES
U8ED PARTS 1-8 TO OFF. MIKE'S
Auto Wrecking House. 424 Aorta
Commercial. Phona 528.
MRS. BRECKENRIDGE HEMSTITCH
ing. Mail orders solicited. 176 8. 19th
4ALEM ELITE HEMSTITCHING.
pleating, buttons, stamping and needle
work. 829 Oregon Bldg. Phone 879.
MRS. C. E. MILLER HEMSTITCHING.
stamping, button. Room 10, over Mil
ler'a atore. Phone 117.
1AT8 FROM 81 V? MRS. a A
Grimm 519 Court street.
THE CROSS AUTOMATIC ELECTRIC
Steam Boilers, vulcsnixera and tube
Elates. Perry C. Campbell, 17 N
H. A$iD M. CO. SPECIALTY GRIND
ers and welders. Automotive service
490 Ferry. Phone 864.
ED. CHASTAIN'S UPSTAIRS MEN'S
hop. Suit and overcoats. Use raj
stair. It pays. 122 N. Commercial.
aRS HENRY LEE PIANO.
Capitol Phone 1017-W.
SALEM CONSERVATORY OP MUSIC
All branches taught, aipiomas granted
John R. 8ita. Director. 1237 Court
Sin AND JAZZ PIANO PLATING
12 leasona guaranteed. Waterman
8ystem. F. B Clark, Mgr.. MeCor
E0. 0 WILL P1AN0& PHONO
graph, sewing mschioe. sheet music
aari niano studio. Repsirm phono
arsons and sew ma '. machine. 48?
rRADE YOUR OLD PIANO FOR A NEW
Victor or Brunswick, H. L. Stiff Fur
niture Co. Music Dept.
jttruifAN CLAY k CO. PIANOS
Steiaways Duo-Art and other. Moor'
atmaia Honae. 418 Court atroo aaa
pntVATK LE880NS . IN ALL LATE
dances- Mr. White. - Phon 17S-J-
CAPITAL HOTEL CORNER STATE AND
Commercial, rnoae oau.
ARLINGTON HOTEL CLEAN COSY;
50e ap. JLtiLr
sriWARin WELP EXPERIENCED
ni.no tnaer. Laavs orders Will's
AMERICAN. SWISS JEWELRY REPAIR
l. "it we eano f is - It. theow h
away!" 179 South High, seat Oregoa
ail tru t.ATTNTtRY COMPANY. 138
i.ikaetv street. Phone 25. Olde
Urgr-at heat Established 1SR9.
CAPITAL CITY STEAM LAUNDRY
alit work, prompt servic. 1364
Broadway. Phoa 185.
Read , the Classified Ads
BUSINESS CARDS !
TRAVELERS INSURANCE CO. LIFE,
accident, anto and fir insurance.
August Hockestein. agent. Room 1.
MUTUAL BENEFIT LIFE INSURANCE
company. J. C. Batch, agent, room 6.
McOoraack Bldg-Pnoas .
WHAT ABOIT YOUR FIRE IS9UR
ance! Don't risk your business and
life savings, without adequate protec
tion. Insurant r is too cheap. See
Standlej- & KoVey, aje-ots, phone 347.
Buah Bank Bklg.
Farm lands snd farm loans.
A. C. BOHRX STEDT
407 Masonic Temple Salem. Ore.
MOUNTAIN BALM COUGH REMEDY
WECHTER SMITH MACHINISTS,
engineers, welder. Heald cylinder
grinding service. Phone 562 345 Fer-
PAINTING AND DECORATING HIGH
e class work for particular people. L. D.
Brandon, contractor. 865 North High,
rnone n5-j .
FRUITLA.N1 NURSERY WILL HAVE
sales yard st Cherry City I'eed barn,
544 Ferry street. About Nov. J, See
me before buying. Phone 1140-M.
COMPLETE LINE TREES SMALL
fruits, ornamentals. Cspital City Nur
sery Co, 425 Oregon Bldg. Phone 75.
PLUMBING REPAIRING AND COIL
work. Pbone 1397 J, Shop, 131 Union
street. A L. Godfrey.
HUB RETAURANT MOST REASON
abl price. Johnson-Barry. 159 8.
ACME RESTAURANT DINNER, FAM
ily style, 4ac. . Short order, popular
prices; nest, new, clean. 121 South
NOODLE HOUSE. 439
BIN BIN NOODLE HOUSE CHOP
oy. 40e; puffed ric. 80c; aoodle.
30e; fried noodle, 60c 189 8. Lib
8ALEH SCAVENGERS GARBAGE. RB
fuse of all kind removed. Cesspools
cleaned. Phoae 167.
STOVES AND STOVE REPAIRING
STOVES REBUILT AND REPAIRED
40 years experience. Depot National
fence, sixes 26 to 28 inches high.
IS- Paint, oil and varnishes, etc, logan
berry snd hop hooks. Sslem fence and
Stove Worka. 350 Court street. Pkoae
SECOND HAND GOODS
WANTED EVERYTHING IN CLOTH
ing and shues. Best price psid. Cap
ital Exchange. 842 N. Commercial.
Phone 1366 W.
CAPITAL CITY TRANSFER CO. 226
State St. Phone 983.. Distributing
forwarding and storsg aar specialty.
Get onr rate.
WE MOVE, STORE AND SHIP HOUSE-
soid gooJs. Our specialty is piano
and furnitur moving. We also make
country trips, Wa bsndle the best cos!
and wood. Call on ua for prices. We
give good measure, good quality and
good terries. Lamer Traasfsr Co
BARKER'S STAGE LINES
J. W. Parker. General Manager
Central Stage Terminal Salem, Oregon
Leave Salem, Central Stage Terminal:
7 a.m., ii a.m., s a.m.
Leave 8ilvrton. New Stand:
8 a.m.. l p.m.. 6 p.m.
Leave Salem Central Stage Terminal:
7 a.m. 9 a.m. 11 a.m. 8 p.m. 6 p.m
Leave Monmouth, Monmouth Hotel:
8:15 a.m.. l p.m- 6:15 p.m.
Leaves Independence, Besver Hotel:
1:80 am. 10 am. 1:1 p.m. 4 p.m. 0:80.
We make connections at Salem to all
part of th valley. Extra trip Ly
J. W. PARKER General Mgr.
SALEM WATER. LIGHT POWER CO
Office, 801 South Com'l. St. Ten pet
coat discount on domestic flat rates
psid in advsnce. No deduction for
absence or any causa unless water is
shut off your premises.
WOOD SAWINfJ PHONE 1181.
country. Ed. Sproed.
WOOD SAWING CITY AND COUNTRY.
McDonald Anhker. Fbone 11F11 or
CITY AND COUNTRY WOOD SAWING
Phone 3046. Fisher Bros.
4ALEM VARIETY STORE.
Commercial. Phone 1277.
8. Bank Bldg
tR. FOSTER 404 OREGON
Phones 754, 2024 J.
OR W. L. MRCER OSTEOPATH T
Phvsiriaa And Snrgeoa. KirksvllU
graduate. 404 405 U. 8. National Bsnk
Bid. Pbon. office 919; re. 614.
BROKEN ARCH 18 AND OTHER DE
fortuities of th feet corrected without
to of tim from your ocmpstion
Dr. White k Marshall U. S. Baak
OR JOHN L. LYNCH OSTEOPATHIC
Physieisa and Surgeoa. 403 404 Or
foa Bldg. Phones, of flea, 1394; res
DR. GEORGE F. KINER. FOOT SPEC
islist. mod er n equipment: srrbe msd
to order. Room 3. Psttoa Bldg
DR. WILLIAMS CORNS. CALLOUS
es, ingrown nails, sll foot troubles
Price 8Ko Co. Phone SIS.
DR. S. F. SCOTT, 8. C. GRADUATE
of the National University of Science
Chicago. Scientific Chiropody. Suite
3o 1-303 Masonic Temple. Phone 610
DR LENA A. BOONE. CHIROPRACTOR.
475 S. Oommereisl. Hours 10 to 12;
1 to 5. Phone 1415.
DR O. L. SCOTT. P R C. PHTROPRAO
tor. 41419 U & Bank Bldg. Paoee
7: re! S28-R
DR. A. SLAUGHTER ACUTE AND
chronic ri meases. 415 Oregoa Bldg.
Read the Classified Ads.
MORRIS OPTICAL CO.- -Suite 101 Ore
GLASSES FITTED BY PR L. R. BCR
dett at the Bow Optirai Company,
325 State apposite Ladd and
POMEROY A KEENE JEWELERS AND
Optnmetrista. 388 State.
UNITED SPANISH WAR VETERANS.
Camp S. Armory. First, third Monday.
A SNAP FOR SALES 5 ROOM PLAST
ered bungalow at 1138 South 13th.
Rev. Bates. Warrenton. Oregon.
1125 PER MONTH LEASES A KES
taursnt and diamg room, together with
fixtures and furnishings, fully equip
ped snd now doing a good basinets.
Located in ively Oregon town and in
a 75 room hotel. Address Central
, Stage Terminal Hotel Co, Salem,
SEVEN ROOM HOUSE. MODERN EX-
eept basement. 82500.
Five room bouse, full bssement, 81S00.
Eight room house, lot 69x128; fruit and
shsde trees. 33750.
M. J. Hunt
Ladd k Bush Bldg.
FOR SALE BY OWNER, NEW Bl'NGX
low house with large living room, fire
place, kitchen with eupboards, cooler,
ironing board, woodlift, breskfsst-nook.
Five bedrooms and closets, bath, ce
ment basem-nt, laundry-trsys and ga
rage. 724 N. High and 940 W. ,
FOR SALE 81100. RESTAURANT
doing good business. I -oca t ion Central
Stage Terminal. 36(H) will handle
deal. This is a money maker for man
and wife. Address Mr. Baird, Central
Stage Terminal, Eugene, Oregon.
A REAL INVESTMENT TWO CHOICE
building lots near car line; paved
street, east front,' cement walk. All
improvements paid; clear deed and ab
stract. Quick saJe by owner. Ad
dress or call at "589 North High St.
Good Buys, on Easy Terms
100 down, 810 pej month, buys 10
acre of fine fruit land, all cultivated
50 down, $10 per month, buys acre
near Englewood echool. Price $00.
$80 down, $19 per month buys 90-100
of sa acre on car line south Pri-
Real Estate and Fire Insurance
W. H. Grabenhorst & Co.
275 SUte St. U. S. Bsnk Bldg.
Small house, corner lot, $500. New bun
galow. $1050. Good house and two
lots, $1500. Seven room modern
house on psved street, good location.
$3500. Choice 5 acre tract clnee in.
small house, a snap at $1500. 10
acres, small bonne, close in, (2100.
Wsnt a good small farm, mnst be well
located. Restaurant for sale. A good
house and cash to trnde for small fsrm.
For rent, 5 acres 1 1 acres, 'in acres,
190 acres and 220 acres. 16 acre
ranch to trade for hoim.
F. L. WOOD
311 State street
A nice lot 50x75 concrete walk close
A nice lot on Winter street north,
A nice lot in the Oaks addition, pav
ed street sewer snd gss, $821.00.
$850 and $400 to loan on good se
A neat shingle bungalow. 5 rooms and
basement, corner lot 4 blocks to car 3
blocks to school. Price $3,000.
Ask about our 8350 house. It's not
very fine but worth the money. 8150.00
will handle it.
$1200 house of 4 rooms has city
wster, toilet, electric lights two lots.
?200 down and $15 per month.
You will be stsrting your winter fires
soon; better let us write you some in
surance on your house and household
MILLS & COPLEY
831 Vs State street
FIVE ROOM COTTAGE LARGE COR
ner lot, abundance fruit, good lootion;
partly furnished. 81700.
6 room modern bouse, furnace, garsge.
84500. Will take vacant lots it part
payment. On paved street.
6 room modern home, fireplace, Dutch
kitchen; built in feature; very fine
part bssement, fine construction, ex
cellent view, Fairmonnt park addition;
two good lots. 8480O.
6.86 acres, 1 V4 miles from South Com
mercial street csr line, all in bear
ing prunes, cherries snd apples, five
room Aouse, small barn. SJdOO, cesy
terms, or will take medium iriced
property in Salem. Owner has left
Here and wants to sell.
831 SUte street
FOR SALE SIX ROOM HOUSE WITH
basement. Paved street. East Salem
rnce f 30OO. Terma.
I room house, paved street, city, water.
$80Di $450 cash, balance 815 month.
3 room house $800. $200 cssh, balance
Compton Real Estate
469 State street
$3250 BUYS THIS S ROOM PLA8TER-
ert bungalow: electric light, fireplace.
Dutch kitchen, full basement, garage,
lot 50x100 yes. the bath and toilet
are there also. And $1000 down.
oaiance like rent ee
L. A, HAYFORD
305 State street
ANDERSON A RUPERT
Successors to I.aflar k Laflar
406 7 Oregoa Bldg
THE GREATEST BUY IN SALEM TO
day is a beautiful home on State St.
Io not fail to itre us about th.
S mm new bungalow, east front; all
kinds of fruit and nut trees.
room house, corner lot, $22X).
S room bouse, including street paved.
1 I 'Ml
room hmioe. $1450.
GERTRt'DK J. M PAGE
192 N. Cottage St. 4 blks N. of PO
Best Buys and Exchanges
Grocery store and apartments, doing good
business, well located in Sal-m, price
5 room new modern bungalow, wood shed.
garage, $2.U)0. $1000 cash; balance
ISO acre ranch, good improvement, 32
head of cattle, implements, tools. 7
per acre. Wit! take small business
or acreage to $5O0O.
Confectionary in good location, rent $10
per month. Stock and fixtures $1700
- If Re? "y
To trade roar place, je In and see us
and talk it over. A fitting exchange
.is the next bent thing to selling, and
we aim to help the Realty situation
In that way We are working np e
changes for Portland property, particu
larly; at this time What have yoa to
841 State street
Established ia Salea 1909.
. The Fleming Realty Co.
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE FOB CITY
Eroperty. tea or tweety acre. Good
ildings, Italian prxaea and Vsgaa
bernea. 70O N. High.
Wanted to Buy
Small bouae of 4 or 5 rooms. Will pay
J' down and J0 per month.
3SlVi Stale street
FOB BENT FARMS
FARM FOR RENT INQUIRE AT 140
Sou eh High street.
FOR RENT GRAIN AND DAIRY
farm, already storked, improvemeat
good, running water piped to build
ing, silo on place, lnouir of R, P.
Boise. Breymaa block. Salem. Oregon.
Attack Against High Prices
of Stock Sends Them
to fjew Low Levels
NEW YORK, Sept. 29. Jtear
traders conducted another suc
etsiful attack against prices in
today's early stock market, using
the unfavorable over-night news
in the Near Eastern situation and
the abandonment of the Republic
Midvale, Inland steel merger as an
excuse for their assault.
PWcYj ."were forced down', lo
new low levels On the current re
action before the shorts ran Into
substantial buying power and the
extent of this caused a scramble
to carer, starting a rally which
carried a number of issues above
yesterday's closing figures.
Indications that the abandon
ment of the Pteel merger was un
expected were seen in the sharp
j break in Republic, which wa; car
ried down 4 4 points before re
covery set in. the net loss for the
day being 2 points.. Midvale of
fered a little more resistance to
selling pressure, yielding only two
points United States Steel com
mon, Bethlehem B, Vanadium and
Crucible steels were weak in fm-
pathy, but all rallied later.
Oil (ialns Point
Equipment shares led the rally
in the final hour. Motor shares
showed some improvement.
Standard Oils of California and
New Jersey moved in an erratic
manner. They strengthened later,
each showing a net gain of more
than a point on the day. Mexi
can Petroleum fluctuated within
ratlfus of nearly four points,
closing at a net loss of 1.
Tobacco shares were under.
pressure, Ldggett ana Myers tt
dropping six points and Ameri
can tobacco A and B declining
two or more points, but reciver-
ing later. Improved metal trade
conditions were reflected in the
better) demand for copper, sine
and lead- shares, most of which
showed slight gains.
Total sales were 1,050,000
Call money opened and re
newed at 4 per cent, and ad
vanced to 5 in the early after
noon, holding at that rate until
the close. Time money continued
quiet with an appreciable change
in rates, but there was a good
demand for commercial paper.
The feature of the foreign ex
change market was the quoting of
the Canadian dollar at a premium
and unsettled conditions in the
foreign market caused a sharp
break in sterling in London
which was reflected here:, de
rnand bills dropping to $4.37 but
rallying somewhat later. Cont
nental rates eased in sympathy
but letts sharply.
Changing Aspects on Near
East Situation Bring ruse
and Fall in Prices
CHICAGO. Sept. 29. Influenc
ed largely by changing aspects of
relations between British and
Turkish forces at the Derdanel
les, the wheat markt today d
clind after on early advance. The
close was unsettled 1-4 to 2 3-4
cents net lower, with December
1.04 to 1.04 1-S and May 1.0 ;
5-8 to 1.07 3-1. Corn lost 5-8 a
3-4 cents to 138 cent, oats finish
ed unchanged 5-8 a 3-4 cent off
and provision? unchanged to a
setback of 15 cents.
An advance in Liverpool quo
tations today despite an easy close
here yesterday had much to do
with the upward tendency "which
for the first two hours this morn
ing, characterized the wheat mar
ket In Chicago. Many traders
construed the Liverpool advance
as reflecting news that British
forces had been hemmed in at
Cha'nak. A more peaceful view of
the outlook appeared to dominate
the market during the last part
of the day "however, and trading
ended "before word , was received
of a British ultimatum to the
Owing to tack of any aggress
ive support it took onl a moder
ate amount of selling to bring
about the late decline in the wheat
market. Liquidatioon on the part
of holders of September delivery
was a feature.
Corn and oats -- paralleled the
action ot wheat. Crippled trans
portation facilities had some bear
ish effect on corn.
Provisions were governed by
f iuxuations in hog valtK-s.
NEW YORK. Sept. 29 Evap
orated apples dull. Prunes quiet.
Apricots steady. Teaches dull.
NEW YORK, Sept. 29. Hops
steady, state 1922, 21 a 24c:
1921. 15 a 16; Pacific coast 1922,
IS a ISc; 1921. 14 a 15c.
PORTLAND. Or.. Sept. 29.
Butter: prints extras 48c; cubes
extras 42c; prime firsts 41c. But
terfat, Portland delivery: No. 1
sour cream 4 8c.
Potatoes: Buying price locals
$1 a 1.25; selling price 1.25 a
dele Oaniaoa'B Near pbavM tat
REVELATIONS OF A WIFE
THE WAY MADGC CONVEYED
A HINT TO HI f A DROWN.
The same sleejty-toned, pomp
ous servitor who voice I had
heard before, answered my tele
phone call at the old Paige
mansion. I asked for Edith Fair,
fax instead of summoning Rita
Brown directly to the telephone,
for I knew that the devoted sister
must be anxious concerning Leila.
Yet I hardly knew Low to frame
my news of Lo'la'j being with me,
not knowing jmt what the hys
terical little bride-to-bc had told
her older sister.
I found myself unaccountably
trembling as 1 wtlted for Edith's
voice. Ever since s day long dis
tant, when she lashed me with
her scorn for my lack of trust In
Dicky and at the eame moment
betrayed her own deep, though
helpless, love for hlin we have
tacitly avoided acu other as much
as possible without causing open
comment. And while, when oth
ers are present v! use the famil
iar "Edith" and "Madge." which
the intimacy of nr little group
demands, when we are alone a
sort ot mutual, unspoken agree
ment always constrains our
speech to more stilted phraseol
There are thre women against
whom. In my life with Dicky, I
have felt the pangs of Jealousy.
Lillian my cheeks aflame with
hot humiliation when I remember
how ridiculous was my childish
resentment of the friendship
which had been one of the best
influences my husband ever bad,
and which has never failed me!
Grace Draper, whom I still fear
and hate; snd the girl for whose
voice I waiter!, whom I neither
fear nor hate, but in whose pres
ence I can never feel at ease
That she has the tame feeling
concerning me, 1 can well guess
There is a gulf between us, the
memory of a chasm cut by words,
which can never Le bridged.
Her voice, as it came over the
telephone, was rnol, unruffled;
and I sueased thai others were In
the room with ber.
Edith Is Quick.
"Mrs. Graham. Ij it not?" she
asked. "How do you do? - I sup
pose you have Isd a busy day
talking. Leila an nor need this
morning that sht; thought it was
her duty to corn over and aee
that you didn't over-exert your
self. I tried to tell her that In
au proDSDiiuy rna wcuia wear
you out with her cliatter, but she
couldn't see It that way. Aunt
Dora would have accompanied her
but her rheumatism is troubling
her today, but she bids me give
you her love. r3 Leila ready to
come home? Aunt Dora will send
the coachman affec her If she is.'
It was perferMy done, and 1
was sure that the people In the
room with her nve- t-usnected the
strain undemeatn lier words. But
I realized that sh kiicw of Leila's
suffering, and n keenly anxious
to know what her idolized little
sister meant to do. f resolved to
go straight to the point.
"Miss Fairfax." 1 said quickly
"Is there an ext?nsion telephone
"No." she an-5r;red laconically
"Then I can tell you. what I am
sure you know a'ready that Lei
la Is much upset, and that she
has come to me with the determ
inatlon to stay the night at least
Do you know tje reason for her
despairing mood? You see 1 am
asking you questions which can
be answered yes or no "
No." she replied again, and
then added hurriedly "Thank you
so much for the invitation, but I
couldn't possibly et away. But
there is no reason why Leila can
not stay the night with you If you
wish her to. I know how. fond
you are of each other."
Madge Throws Bomb.
"You are tery utck." I saM
with a genuinely abmiring note In
my TOlce. ,-"And 1 mil Jell yoi
that the cause of Leila's mocd is
Rita Brown. I must speak to her.
and your quickness has give, ns
art Idea. I thall Invite her to take
tea with me over here at Betty
Kane's. The invltH'Hi wl!l b8
one that she mil not refnse" .
there was a grim une in mr roles
"and if you will say that the Ja
vttation I Just gave you s v
"Unfortunately Aunt Ior caa't
Mir cut." she said, "but ! am
sure Rita would love tc come. ' I
envy you! Tea xt Betty Kane's
used to be one of my delight v
Please remember rne to her. and
say that I surely will be over to
see her soon. Rita, dear. Mrs.
Graham wishes to speak to you."
There was sa edge la Rita
Brown's voice as she tKk ap the
"Hello. Made;" the said, snd
I knew from her toio that ' she
suspected my errand was nota
"Hello, Rita!" I returned cas
ually. "I called up to see It you
-wouldn't come over and take tea
with me st Betty Kane's little
shop in Cedar Cre t. But Edith
and her aunt cannot accept. I do
hope you can run over to meet
Leila and me."
"Awfully .orry." she began,
-but I don't see"
"Oh. but I mnst In.lit!" I said
silkily. "Indeed, ft is you I
especially want soe."
"Oh. I guess you!! survive
she laugiied defiantly, I'm
afraid you'll have to
"I'm afraid you don't quite un
derstand," I retorted, purposely
stressing my first word. "I hats
message to deliver to yoa
which I believe yoa would rather
receive by yourself a message
concerning a person a certain
man named Lichnowaky.
(To be continued) ,
Cut This Om it Is Worth ,
Cut out this slip, enclose with
5c and mall it to Foley ft Co.,
S835 Sheffield Ave., Chicago., I1L
writing your name and address
clearly You will receive In re
turn a trial package containing
Foley's Honey and Tar Compound
for coughs, colds and croup; Fo
ley. Kidney Pills for pains in sides'
and back; rheumatism, backache.
kidney and bladder ailments; snd
Foley Cathartio Tablets, a whole
some and thoroughly cleansing'
cathartic tor constipation, bilious
ness, headaches and sluggish
bowels. Sold Everywhere. AdV.
REALTY EXCHANGE .
Reported bj Union Abstract I
r Company; J
C. K. Spauldin.t ud wife to I
S. Griffith, port of lots S and 4
Blk 1 Edea add to Baiem, Or., $10.
J. F. Hackett and wife to N.
Hackett. lots 10 end 20, Clover-
dale, Or.. $10. .
F. D. Bowman and rlfe to IL s
Tade and wife, let 10. Garden
Fruit Farms, Marlon county. Or
J. K. Webster to MY M.'.Forbes V
part ot lot 5. blk R, Yew Park add,
to Salem, $3000.
H. Woolery arid wlfo to F. II.
Cutsforth, land In cl. 84-5-2, W.
Marion county, Oregon, $700. '
P. K. Murphy and wife to I sale
Mitchell, land in - CI - 54-5-1-W, 4
Marlon county, Of..' $75. ;
Hammond Lumber company to -
J. B. Patrick, land In sec. 11-10-5 '
E. Marion county. Or.. $10. -
Hammond Lumber company to
School District No. 123. land In "
Sec. 1J-10-5-E. Marion countp.
V. Lyle McCroakey snd wife to
E. Harrington and wife, land In
sec. 8-9-1-E, Marlon county, Or., t ,
E. Harrington and wife to V. '
L. McCroskey. land In sec 7 and.'.
8-9-1-E, Marion county. Ore., $10.
E. M. Harringtcn snd husband
to V. L. McCroskey, land In sec
7-9-1-E, Marion county. Or.. $10. .
E. Horton by sheriff to E. A.
Hannah, land In Oaks addition to
Salem. Oregon and In Parrish cl.
61-7-3-W, Marion county Or.. $10. ;
The figures show that the hens
of the country laid 10 per cent -more
eggs the past year than the
year before. Indicating that Bid
dy was willing to do her share to
ward restoring normalcy. Exchange.
f Portland Baying: Prices
EOOS. POtTLTST AJfD MEATS
BLTTEREAT STE4DY, HIGHER
No. 1 churning cream. 48 f. a. fc.
Portland. 43 at atottons; undergrade.
rXiCS IirOHER. SCARCE
Current receipts. 30 32c; whit hen
neries. 34 3S delivered. (The quo
tattoo are baaed oa prices paid tor th :
hnlk of reeeipta by local tobh-r aad
UVE POtTLTRT STEADY
' Ies commission) Heavy ben. 2ft 0
11r. lb.; do light, 13 6f 13c; broiler
Rocks and Reds, 21 r 2c; Leghorn
lOe; old roc-ater. lOe; dock, white Po
kin, yeong. ?o 0$ 21. old deck, aoralaal
DRESSED M EATS QUI ET
(lss commissto) Obolc Kfbt bhga
IS 6t 15V4e: nsdergredes, 13 & 14a:
veaH top grade. IS Vk O ISc; aado '
grades, 13 1 4c.
HAT A WD OSAOr -
(Delivered. Portland) Vslley Tlav
thy. 818 10 ton; Eastern Oregoe
Timothr. 330 C 21 too; alfalfa. 811
0 3 IS. So ton; clover, 817 too; eat 4
vetch. I8 IT ton; trw. $8 0 1
ton; grata hay. 817 0t 18. -
GRAIV STEADY "
ITraek- Portland, la -ear lots) Wheat,
option. 81.27; Bart or Blsestem. 81
oata, 129.50 ft 31; Estra allow rare,
Esrlv p'srbea, 4f(Sf50e; apple. 81
1 3S: hackleberrie. 18a lb.; pears, ft.00
Kw- BoUtoes. 90r9lXi ewi.i Or '
-roe cabbage. 1 fl 1H l! pamnlp
le lb.; carrots. SS do, fcaaeb; gree
aioas. 55 os. boats-; croons sqasah,
nominal; oaiona. 80 0 I -0 ewt: aow
-r 10 Ifte ; t-esatoo. 8 tj
10 bos; broccoli. 31T500 dose a.
Half blood aad f. 80 0 3Sc; Ihreo
rtgath blood. SO 0 32e: aoertor blood.
tS 0 S7: low ooertor aad braid, 30
33e: watted or eettod wool. 1 0 Se, :
- (KOTE Eaalera . Oregoa, Wabiaa
sad Idaho virrHp briar 3 to 8 :ds
HOPS QUIET ,
1821 crop, awsaiaal, now crop, 8210