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THE OREGON STATESMAN. SALEM, OREGON N
SUNDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 24, 19'J
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FIRE INSURANCE SOCIETY
W.-H. Burgbardt, Jr.
Resident Agent 871 SUte St
MONEY TO LOAN
' On Real Estate
T. K. FORD
.(Over Ladd L Bash Bank)
LOST LADD BUSH CHECK BOOK;
5 in l i and a a. rioH &9-j. ... ,
WASTED EXPERIENCED" GIRL OR
women ' for general homsework. Pbone
v ' 469-J, or rail at S55 North. Capitol.
FOR REST FIVE ROOM FURNISHED
flat. ' Modem except farnace. Clone
. ia. Reverence . repaired. Address
. I-24. car Statesmen.
FOB SALE MODERN NEW FIVE
room bungalow on North Summer St.
Lot 50150. Price $3650. Terma. ,
W. G. Krueger
ROOM COTTAGE X. CAPITOL. JUST
south ol N. Mill Creek; east front;
rapidly growing district. Bargain at
S2650. Terma. Sea Harris. T24 M.
CapitoL 1942 J.
TWO AND rOCR-ROOM UNFURNI8H
ed housekeeping apartments, close in.
to rent. See Mr. Purdy at Oregon
FOR SALE 1000 CORDS OF FIR AND
ak stnmpage. Nina miles out. En
noire ''Box 14" SUteaman.
Pnono TT-F2. ,
FIB FOR SALE.
. HOGS TOR : 8ALI CHEAP MT KAN
ob the farm it tick. I must clooe oat
-' 'my stock' hog. ' Will sell on time to
reliable parties. ' Have aows that will
' farrow la a few days np to April. Also
i a few small pigs'. John H. Scott, 228
Oregon Bldg .
THE FIRE INSURANCE AGENT IS A
. medalist la his line consult kirn as
tou would roar lawyer or doctor. Wt
I welcome Inquiries.' No obligations.
' 'Wo render hjgnelee aervlee at low
coat. Standi s Foley, agents.
GET A CASE OF CLEO CULB GINGER
Ala for Xmaa. Mad la Salem by BUi
; Bottling 'Works -
- ixob:i.coupb looki
1923 model Ford coupe, lots of extra
equipment. Like new. Will give
, terms. Pheno 887 W. . 074 North
' Church St. " , - - :
' FOR SALE 1921" FORD SEDAN IN
good shape. Will toko la trad late
saodal Ford or Chevrolet tonriag.
;; Phono 887 W. -S74 Nona Church St.
' HOME BUILT TO SUIT. SMALL PAY-
meat dowa. kalanc.o monthly. Phen
NOTHING TO SELL THIS MORNING
- Jst a line to wish yon a Merry wnrtsf
bms... Bocfc h ileadricks. -
WOCLO TUB PARTY WHO FOUND A
,i atrango bed blaaket la his Chevrolet
'. ear please , noOfy P. P. Kaeer Silror
' ton. Oregon. . :. ;- -S .- . -
' FOR 8A!E MAXWELL TOURING CAB
eery reasonable, attuoat, lit b. bioer-
ty Bt. k . - -
WANTED EXPERIENCED 8TENOG
rapher. Temporary work. Address P,
O. BOS ISO, Bale
X HAVE MANY BIUlUTTFTJI HOMES
. for sale for yoa to ckoos fron.
Gertrude J. IvV Page
tn N. Oottago Be
. . Worth While
a lbIm .ewtB bansa in rood condition.
well tocatbd. Price only 81 TOO, S300
' .k V.Um Mif SMBIItL So a
for barraina la' house. Let a writ
year Jnauranc. .
Milled X, Hnn flvx
ITIIIItA XJS VWIl VJ
S31H .8tot Si. ,
For Sale or Trade
10-acre farm witb : iair ImprOTements, oa
good road. Pric 19500; trade for eity
property. 1 aere with iprov
menta. A milea north; price flsOO;
trade for city.' 42-aero farm, good oiJ.
mall hoase aad barn, 20-a. la cultiva
futn. a a. Tonne orchard, some timber
and ptaro; price $4000; take part In
. city property. Apartment . bona. 16
rooms, good location, $7500; trade
' good bouse, 8 rooms, with modern con
veniences, $4000; trad for acreage
.u. niAi ut difference if yoa
- k sroWeetv to sell or exchange. Call
V Childs & iBechtel
-:; ... . 64Q 8ut bl
TWENTT-FIVB -PBB CENT OOMMIS-
aWn selliag oar extra fia food product
to stor.-- Get exclusive territory sow.
J arge store profits. Advertising help.
Steady repeat, Uaaaaatty J i i?o Oppor
tunity. Writ todhy. Wss Kington
Comapay, 9017 Bast Building. Tscoms,
WASTED -A VAID
, boosowork. 885 N.
' BBoraiags. :
8umser St. Call
. ' YOUNG LADY WANTED TO WAIT ON
i counter aad taoie. jsass w r"
need. Beat and quick. Apply. Termin
al Cafe. 185 N. High.
wra WANT INTELLIGENT SALES-
woman a branch manager. $40 np
weekly employing solicitors to sell our
'. fine food product. , AdTcrtising pro-
vdedV Extraordinsry proposition.
. Wrtto ' Waehingtoa : Company, 944-M
Rust Building. Tacovaa. Wash.
HAIA OB FEMALB
WASTED MEN ' AND WOMEN TO
Uk form paper suoeripw. m -propooitma
to tb right poopl. Ad
IrosVtho Pacific Homes Mad. St teaman
Bldg, Sales, or. -
SELL SOMETHING EVERYBODY
, most have (road tbi Ha orer sgsia
tJise wa aaid must). A pot-
tie aecesaUy beeaaa of goTernmeul
i ruling. It repeat and repeat ass re
a-zeJniivelv owned and eea-
r.ui v ma If tou are aa order
- taker yoa should , atako $20 ta $30 a I
Atr ; if yoa are an amonwas ---
you will clear upward of $50 per day.
-Mi.t iteslrabla connection, with future.
for thoa who quaUfy. On ambitious
..Un.a wanted for every county in
kia ..t.te- lares territories to crew
...r Jerome LaadU Pres. S So.
Paerbora St, Chicago.
A MAKE DESIRABLE FRIENDS
Marry. Writ Jsa 8terea, Msaljas.
New York. Stamp appreciated. i
LONELY LITTLE -'"FLAPPER. TIRED
, living alone, very wealthy, want mar
riag I daro yoa write! B-106, Mis
sion Laity Club, Baa rrauciaco,
, ,4Stamp pleaaoj.-,:..,..-:.;.., , ;. .
CATHOLICS. WISHING TO MARRY,
Booklet free. Addreaa Horn Club,
L-Bo 23 Grand Rapid. Mich.
LONESOME WIDOWS GET BUSY,
write me. marry wealthy. Mr. Hde.
Boa 30 (106), Kn Francisco. Calif.
MARRY MANY WEALTHY. WAITING
chance. Description. Particulars
sealed free; satisfaction guaranteed.
Smith, Bos V 3125. Portland. Oregon
YOUNG LADY, WORTH 9 50,000. PRET
ty, will marry. (Elsie) Club. Cimarron.
IP YOU WAST A WEALTHY YOUNG
wife, write, enclosing envelope. Yiolet
Kay. Dennieon, Ohio.
IP YOU WISH A WEALTHY YOUNG
wift writ me enclosing i tamped ea
elope. Violet Rare. D'aaisoa. Ohio.
GET MAURI ED BEST MATRIMONIAL
paper published. . Free lor atamp
Correspondent. Toledo. Ohio.
THE LEADING MATRIMONIAL CLUB.
Beit, largeet; established 18 year.
inousanaa wealthy members wmn mar
riage. Confidential description free
Only honorable, sincere people of both
sexes seed write. The. Old' Reliable
Club, Mra. W ruble. Box 26, Oakland.
MARRY IP LONELY MOST SUCCES8-
ful "Home Maker"; hundred rich;
trictly confidential; reliable; years ex
perience; description free. "The Sue
cesaful Crab." Mrs. Nash. Box 536
BIRDS, PETS AMD FLOWERS
THIS YEAR GIVE LIVING PRESENTS.
Flake haa them. 273 State.
. FARM PAPEB
IP YOU WANT TO GET THE BE8T
farm paper, tend 15o to the Pacific
Homestead, Salem, Oregon, for a three
months' trial subscription. Mention
USED CHICKERING GRAND. IN GOOD
shape. Will give torn terma. U L.
Stiff Furniture Co.
FOR SALE GOOD USED MAHOGANY
piano left as to sell. Price 8200,
terms. H. L. Stiff Furniture Co, Mi
POULTRYMEN SEND EIGHT TWO
eeat stamp for special throe month
. trial for the best aad oldest Journal la
th west. Th articles aad advertlse-
- stent ara of special interest to the
pealtry brooder of th Northwest,
Sorthwoat Poaltry J on real, 211 Com
mercial street, Salem. Oregon.
" " " WOOD
FOR SALE OLD FIB WOOD. " PHONE
BEST GRADE MILL WOOD 4 FOOT
ad 16-inck. Prompt delivery. Rsaae
ahl price. Fred R Well. SOS 8.
CTtarca. Pbwe l 42.
WOOD FUR SALE -- LARGE SECOND
growth aud l old fir. Call 1407.
FULLER BRUSHES LOCAL ,RXPRK
enutiv. Grime. 1937 J
1923 CALENDARS FREE.
- Smith insurance sg-ncy.
CHRISTMAS GIFTS. SET ECT THEM
. from th Flower la the Bottle Perfume
8hop. 115 N. Liberty Su Every 50
parehaa give yoa a number oa th
boaatifal dolL .
FOB BALE SAXOPHONE -AT KKARlY
halt pric. Terma to good party.
Phon Mr. Davis. 159.
RUMMER l.CGGAOB REDUCED WALL
Baner remaaata. Blaster, wallhoard
Vlvet stair carpet, $1.85. - Endurns
high grad boa point, Kalsouin. 10.
pouaa. vntsoa sisimiiti, eo -r
Steel spriags $5.00. Max 0. Bar.
179 N. Oomaereiai St, "
FOB SALE OLD, NEWSPAPERS, 1
; eeats a handle. Circulation departasoat
. , Oregon Stataaaa. , , .- . -
Beautiful Oregon Rose
aad eleven other Oregoa songa. together
with a fine colleetma of patriotic songs.
acred songs aad assay old-time tavor
' ALL FOR 25
" t Sneeial trlee in Quantity lota)
Especially adaptable for school, commun
ity er noma singing, oenu tor
78 page, sow ia Its third editioB.
ftRVnON TEACHERS MONTHLY
1K a rmamereial S Salem. Ore
, FOR RENT
FOR RENT FURNISHED 3 ROOM
apartment, 590 Untoa.
for rent Reeeonable.
535 Marian St.
- FURNISHED APARTMENT FOB BENT.
$91 North commercial.
row RENT JTJRNISHED FLAT AT
- 604 Ferry street, $50 a month.
Phono 23. or apply at Statesman busi
FOR RENT 5 ROOM HOUSE. AT 1052
Saginaw treet. $20 a month. Appl:
at Statesman business office, or phone
A DESIRABLE BOOM FOB TWO FOR
rent darinr Legialaturo. in modern
L.ms. aaar State House. Pleas givi
reference. Address H 101.' ear
LOST AND FOUND
LOST IADY S . PURSE FRIDAY
afternoon on 25th Street between
Trade and State. Contained check
favor Bardie McGreer and endorsed.
Kinder pKase phon 1322-W,
WANTED FURNITURE. TOOLS, ETC..
TKAR.OLD LOGANBERRY PI.AVll
Wanted. Ward K. Richaidaoa. Pho.
494. i "
tiriVTFn TO BUY HOUSEHOLD FUR
aiture. tool. miscellaneous article.
IF TOU HAVE t B SOLUTE LY NUMBER
one potat- ea. w- can handle them,
bfangts Bros, Salem. Oregoa.
WANTED FURNITURE, TOOLS. MA
ohiaeri stock, etc Will boy re eeoe
or eell oa oossmianoa. raomo ass
Woodry. ik astioBer.
WANTED EVERYTHING IN HARD
ware and foraHaro. B st vrieea paid.
V THB CAPITAL HARDWARE, . .
' a. r - r e TT T"Tw rut
as W. GmraeTCtaT St. 'pbooa
AUCTIONEER OP FARM AND PER-
sonal property. O. Setterlee, 180 N.
Commercial St.. room 21. eer People's
Cash Store. Residence phono 1211 J.
Offiro phone 430.
AUCTIONEER P. N WOODRY. THK
livestock, furniture, re&l estate sac
t.oneer. Pbone 511 for sale dates.
Re. 1610 N. Humaw.
COL. J. B. GABLE AUCTIONEER.
farm and city sales. 160 H. High.
IRON STEEL. BRASS. ALUMINUM
Bring the pieces. Oie-Gaa Heating Co.
ACCOUNTANTS AND AUDITORS
HUGH R- ROBERTSON A CO MEM
ber American Institute of Accountants
Accountants. Auditors. Income Tax Ser
vice. Portland. Ore., and Minaeapotia.
Minn. Address: 1517 Yeoa Bldg..
THE GOOD MAXWELL GINGRICH
Motor Co, 371 Court.
BATTERY AMD ELECTRICIAN
AUTO ELECTRICIAN: EXPERT TROU
bio snooting. 218 N. ILgh. Phone 203.
R. D. BARTON rJXIDE BATTERIES.
tarter and generator work. 171 S
PRESTO-LITE BATTERY SERVICE
Station. Expert battery and electrical
work. Fsrr.g Bros. Pbone 1803. 41H
FORD OWNERS LOOK! WE 1KI
running a Ford apocial during Decern
ber only. Hare your Ford painted fot
Xmaa. Sunrise your frients. Ke-
member, onr special price en Fords is
for December only. Don't miss this
opportunity. Reliance Auto Painting
Co.. 219 State, cor. Front, 2nd floor.
STORAGE, $3.50 MONTHLY. DEAD
storage 93.00 monthly. Ferry St. Gar
age. 544 Ferry.
TIRES AND ACCESSORIES
STORAGE GAS OIL. GUARANTEED
repairing. Universal Garage. t(iO
USED PARTS 1-3 to 1-2 OFF. MIKE'S
Aato wrecking House. 424 North
Commercial. Phono 523.-
OILS, QREA8E. ALEMITE SERVICE
for all makes. Tompkins tteine, iiv
BICYCLES AND REPAIRING
LLOYD E. RAM SDEN DAYTON BICY-
ele and repairing. S87 Court.
Th Cycl Ma'
147 S. Commercial
t Phone 08 .
OLESON'S AUTO EXCHANGE USED
ara, boa gat, sold or sold oa eommia
ilsa, Daily or monthly storage.
WANTED A FEW MORE CARS TO
paint or repair. Painting and repair-
lag both done by men who are experts
la their line. Also a few good buya irf
need ears. Miner' Garage, 803 N.
BADIATOB ft FENDEB KEPATBS
RADIATORS FENDERS, BODIES,
. mad jdx repaired. . J. C. Jiatr. 849
W. ft B. AUTO REPAIR SHOP WE
alao do all kind ot repairing. Saw
filed, scissors, knives aad lawnmowera
ground. Soldering work done. Old
stove atad sew. Aato stored by
day or month. W Will sell or trsd
yeur ased car for yoa. Bring it la to
ii. All work inannteed. 175 N.
CommerciaL In rear of Neimeyex
tmc 8 tore. Pbon 107.
OABPET AND BUG WEAVING
OABPET AND BUG WEAVIN0
Pnoa before 9 a. m. 84-F21.
ACME CHOCOLATE 6HOP "JUST
Candy." Strictly homemade. 121 S.
CARPET AND FLUFF BUGS
SOTICE TO THE PUBLIC WE NOW
wear fluff rug made out of old car
pet, any length or width yoa desire.
We alao re-fit, re-tew and sis carpet.
Feather renovating and mattrea steam
in and remaking. Salem Carpet
Cleaning aad Fluff Bag Works. Pbon
8AI EM ELECTRIC CO MASONIC
Building. Phone 12H0.
ELECTRI0 FIXTURE AND 8UPPLY
Co. Phon 1934. 222 N. IJbfrtjr.
HALIK'S ELECTRIC SHOP EL EC
tries 1 machine repairing, contracting.
337 Court. Phjoe 488.
ARCHIE FLEENEB. ELECTRICIAN
Hons wiring by hoir r contract.
Estimate furnished. Phon 980. 414
CHIMNEY SWEEPING FURNACE
cleaning. F. Councilman. Phone 639
DR. H. L. HUM CURES ANY KNOWN
disease. 153 Hih St.; pbone 2S
CLEANERS AND DYXBS
SPICK 'N' SPAN CLEANERS AND
dyer. 644 Stat
CO. 405 COURT
WM. NEIMEYER "JUST DRUGS.
175 N. Commercial, phone 167.
WANT A $3500 LOAN ON
ranch. Socolofsky, 341 State.
MARION-POLK COUNTY FARM LOAN
association has money to loan at ft
W. D Smith, secretary-treasurer. 80 J
8alem Bank ot Commerce.
6 PER CENT
A. C. Bohrnstedt
407 Masonic Tempi. Salem, Or.
20-YEAB FARM LOANS OS RURAL
credit plan, pro-payment provision al
lowed. We will financ yoa for a lea
rate of interest than any firm oa tie
Private money to toaa oa itbr city
or ecu Wry property.
R. W. Marsters
411 Oregon Bailding.
4T. 8E A6ROVB FOB FURNACIS-198
GIESE FURNITURE CO. QUALITY
furaitare for 1-ss money. 38 Coart
PEOPLE'S FCRNITLRE STORE -NEW
and second hand furniture. 271 N.
CUT FIOWERS AND FLORAL PIECES.
Delivery C. '. Breithaopt. florist.
123 North Lilrtr street. Phone 3s
Ladies' Wearing Aooarel
SPENCEH CORSETS To OKDEK
Drestraaking. Carrie Fisher. M Cor
SALEM ELITE HEMSTITCHING,
nleatiac butt one. tarn diss and needle
work. 829 Or-soa Bldg. Phono 379.
MRS. a . MILLER- -HEMSTITCHING,
stamping, buttona. Room 10, ever Mil
lex's store, phone 117
CAPITAL HOT El.
50 ap. 462 State.
W. J. MAYER. HIGH CLASS LADIES
tailoring: long coats, mitt and d re
Room 7. McConuaek Bldg. Phoac K92
SALEM LAUNDRY COMPANY. 316 8
Liberty street. Pbone 2o. Oldat
large. t best. Established 1889.
CAPITAL CITY STEAM LAUNDRY
Quality work, prompt service. 1264
Broadway. Phons JbS
YALE HAND LAUNDRY. 186 194 S.
12th St.. now operating nnder new
management. We make a specialty o'
band work on wool and silk fabrics.
Also family washing, rough dry or vet.
WE MOVE. STORE AND SHIP HOUSE
hold good. Our specialty is pian
and furniture moving. We also make
country trips. We handle the best
coal and wood. Call on us for prices.
We give good measure, good quality
and good service. Larmer Transfer
Co. Pbon 930.
CAPITAL CITY TRANSFER CO. 228
SUte St. Phone 933. Distributing,
forwarding and storsge our specialty.
' Gat. onr rate
PARKER'S STAGE I INES
J W. Parker. General Manager
Central Stage Terminal Salem, Oregon
SALEM-81 LVfcRTON DIVISION
Loaves Salem, Central 8tags Terminal:
7 a. m 11 a. m.. 5 p. m
Leaves Silverton. News Stsnd:
$ a. m., 1 p. m.. 0 p. m.
Salem-Independence-Monniouth D-v Ion :
Leaves SaLu Central Stage Terminal:
7 a. m., 9 a. m. . 11 a. m., S p. at.
Leave Monmouth, Monmouth Hotel
8:15 a. m 1 p. m.. 6:15 p. m.
Leaves Independence. Beaver HoteL
8:30 a. m 10 a m., 1:15 p. ui. 4 p. m.
W make connections at Salem t all
part ef th volley. tius Uip q
J. W. PARKER. General Manager.
SECOND HAND GOODS
tttGM BARGAIN HOUSE BUYS AND
alia second hand furniture. Tool aa i
Junk. 820 N. Commercial. Phono 493
wiNTrn EVKRTTHlsa IN CLOTH-
tng and shoes. Best prices pais. -e"
ital Exchange. 342 a. Uommermai.
Phone 1368 W.
SALEM SCAVENGERS BABBABE,
refuse ef all kinds removea. tjesspoois
leand. Pbon 167 or 15W v.
cvrto onivrVACB SERVICE f el7f
eeeaor to Noal Scavenger) ueroeg ana
refuse of all kinds- removed toy ta
month. Reason able rates. r bones;
Office S29. residenca 2058. I
STOVES AND STOVB REPAIRING
STOVFS BEBUILT AND REPAIRED
40 year experience. lepot nation,
fence. ise 26 to 28 Inches high.
Paint ila and varnishes, etc.. togas
hsrrv and hon hook. Salem fence sad
Stove Work. 250 Court street. Pbone
MOUNTAIN BALM COUGH REMEDY
ED. CHA STAIN CLOTHING CO. SUIT
sad overcoat. Cm my stairs: it pay
SOS But St.
TH CROSS AUTOMATIC ELECTRIC
Steam Deiiers. vuicsnis au i"
plates. Perry 0. Campbell, 317 N.
H. AND M. CO. SPECIALTY GRIND
ers snd welders. Automotive ervic.
490 Ferry. Phon 864.
SALEM CONSERVATORY OP MUBlO
an Krmnehes tenant, dinlomas granted.
John R. Sit, director. 1237 Court.
RAO AND JAZZ PIANO PLAYING
is Immhb rnsrsntoad. Waterman
8vtem. F. B. Clerk, mgr, McOomack
WEflHTF.R A SMITH MACHINISTS.
engineers, welders, Heald cylinder
Pbon 593 345 Fer
GEO. C. WILL PIANOS. PHONO
mnki .mif maehiaee. aheet music.
and piano studies. Repairing phono-
rranhs and aewinc machines. - 433
EDWARD WELP EXPERIENCED
niaaa tuner. Leav orders w in a
JACK CLEMENT SALEM'S Ol D
piano tuner, is bark. Call, write or
phone 1774. the Song Shop, opposite
th Court House.
NOODLE PABLO BS
WA HONG NOODLE
BIN SIN NOODLE HOUSE CHOP
aey. 40c; puffed rice. 20e: noodle.
90e- fried noodles. 60c 189 8. Lib
-PRUNE TREES. PHONE
COMPLETE LINE TREES SMALL
fruit, ornamental. Capital City Nr
serv Co- 426 Oregon Bldg. Phone 75
FOB 8ALE OREGON CHAMPION
cooseberrr plants. P. W. Woelk. Rt-
9. Box 131. Salem.
FRCTTLAND NURSERY HAS A 8 ALES
vard st Cherrv Citv Feed Barn. a4
Ferrv Street. Trees ready for plant-
in. See m be lore buying. Phone
1140 M. -
PAPEBHANGINO AND PAINTTNO
PHONE GLENN ADAMS FOR HOUSE
d corsting. paper hanging, tinting ele.
ROWLAND PRINTING CO.
printing. Uuvtir Temple.
PLUMBING REPAIRING AND COIL
ork. c-lwi.e 13S7-J. Sftop, 121
tnion street. A. L. Godfrey.
TKA.DE YOUR OLD PIANO FOK A
new Victor or Brunswick. H. L. Stiff
Furniture. Co., Music Dept.
SHERMAN. C Y A CO.. PIANOS
hte'Besj. Doo-Art and others. Moore
Moirf House, 415 Court street and
HUB RESTAURANT MOST REASON
able prices. Johnson Barry. lot S.
SALEM VARIETY STORE CHINA
ware, glaasarare, toys, notiona. and mil
SALEM WATER. LIGHT ft POWER CO.
Offu-o, SOI South Oomniereial St. Ten
per cent discount on domestic flat
ratea paid m advance. No deductions
for aLsence or say cause nols vater
la shut off your premises.
WOOD SAWING PHONE 1131.
country. Ed. Sproed.
UNITED SPANISH WAR VETERANS
Camp 5, Armory, First, third Mondays
DR. S. F. SCOTT. GRADUATE NA
tional University Sciences, Chicago
Mason le Temple, rnone 640.
DR. S. R. SMITH, CHIROPRACTOR.
823 Oregon Bldg. Phono 604.
! DR. LENA A. BOONS. CHIROPRACTOR,
475 8. CommerciaL Honrs 10 to 12;
1 to 5. Phon 1415.
DRS. SCOTT ft SCOFIELD, P. 8. C
Chiropractors, 414-19 U. S. Bank Bldg.
Phone 87: r- s. 828-R.
MORRIS OPTICAL CO.-
GLASSES FITTED BY TllE BOW Op
tical Co.. 325 btaie etreet, opposite
Ladd ft Bush Bank. ' Use Quality
D BUGLES S rHTSICIANS
MAGNETIC HEALING DR. A. L
Fraata. Acnt and ebronte diaeaoe.
Phon 780. 25-28 Breymaa Block.
NATUB0FATHI0 PHYSICIANS -
DR. A. SLAUGHTER ACUTE AND
chronic diaeasea. 415 Oregoa Bldg.
DRS. WHITE AND MARSHALL 200
U. S. Bank Bldg.
DR FOSTER 404 OREGON BLDG.
Phone 756, 2024 J.
DB. W. L. MERCER OSTEOPATHIC
physician and surgeon. Kirksnlle
graduate. 404-405 U. 8. National Bank
Bldg. Pbone. office 919; res. 614.
DR. JOHN L. LYNCH OSTEOPATHIC
Physician and Surgeon, 403-40 Ore-
gun Bldg. Phones, office 1394; re
BROKEN ARCHES AND OTHER DE-
formities ot th feet corrected without
loss of time from your occupation
Drs. Whit ft Marshall.. U. S. Bank
IF YOU HAVE PROPERTY FOR SALE,
that is priced right, phone 347.
M, J. Hunt
HAVE BUYER FOR SEVEN OR EIGHT
room house within eight blocks of uni
M. J, Hunt
Ladd A Bush Bldg.
Portland income and reaidence property
ia exeaaac for farms, orchards and
land in th Valley. Com and as,
we msy do yoa a service.
The Fleming Realty Co.
341 Stat St.
ANDERSON ft RUPERT
Successors to Laflar ft Lailat
SOS 7 Oregoa Bldg.
HAVE A CASH CUSTOMER FOB A
strictly modem 6 room bouse.
20 acres, with modern improvenvnts;
photos csn be seen at my office. ant
a Sslem residence-, about 34000; price
22 acres, 2 miles out, fair improvements.
electricity in the house, on good road,
only 13700, $1400 cash, balance to be
60 acres, finest bottom, on pavement:
fair improvements, running wit-r; vill
take Salem residence to 8-1000; price
150 per aere.
Good Buys -
Business opportunity on Stat St, with
Close-in business property, 82x165,
with two dwellings. Price 312,000.
5- roont plastered cottage, lights, water
and toilet. Price 81700; 8600 down,
balance 320 per month, interest 6Tc.
6- room modern home, best location in
Salem, near Stat Iionse, large lot.
Price 916,000; 95000 cash, balance
New five-room bungalow, with cement
basement near State St. car. Price
94000. 82500 down.
9 room modern borne south Salem, on
paved street, near ear line. Price
85250; flOOO down, balance 925 per
Real Estate ft Fire Insursnce.
W, H. Grabenhorst & Co.
275 SUte St, . 8. Bsnk Bldg.
What yon don't wsnt for what you do
want. Uo you want a iota m rgri
land, well located, plenty of fruit.
Pric 91600. mortgage 9500, for Salem
lata. 4 -room bungalow Hubbard.
worth 810i. dear of debt, for Salem
lot or lots General store, small town,
rtoinr ini- business, including store
buildiur. and 7-room modem home
sixfxo for small ranch near some
mvt town in the Valley. Large list ot
fine alfalfa and fruit ranches irrigated,
at Kennewick. Hermiston and Boise.
Idaho, for Salem and Valley farm.
Many Eastern Oregon and Washington
atoek and grain farms for Vslley farms.
u.dHU West farms. Nebraska. Kan..
flo.. Wis.. Minn.. Dak- Mont., aad
Wyoming, for rarions kinds of farm
in the West. We have handreds of
listing to exchange. See ua for any
krad of trades.
A. W. tstes Realty Uo.
416 Oregon Bildiat.
New baBraiow llsOO. easy term Geo
house, five blocks oat, lot eji.16".. ea
paved street, Swti, ttasy terms. Wir
a bouse s. n.va.nt un a 4 sere fra
on paved kignvaj. Mact a Bntek e
Dodge car as payment on a r)v iw
home. Wibi a hotae as paarat oi
cboi'-e five acre tract. Small iwjse fo
rest. 8 uti. P. L. WooiL 341 State Si
HR SALE ROOMING HOUSE, 12
room, fine location, rhesp rer.t. 4&V
St. Compton Hesi Eia:r.
STRICTLY MODERN HOUSE BR
tw era Court aad State streets in Kn
Salem. This has evnrythiug you asm
aad is a bsrgsiu at Good term
can be arranged.
331H State m.
a-res, most a'l iu fruit; good modern
house, good barn acd chicken h,u-.
mile from car line. Priced verv o
f.-r 'ihmJ; iil take bouse in Salem
iiot over I20OO.
16o acres near Hood River. Will trade
fur Canada land.
3314 State Street.
Prices Average Lower as
Result of Profit Taking
CHICAGO. Dec. 23. Holiday
dullness prevailed in the grain to-,,
aay ana prices yerBeu .u.r s
a result or prom taxing ana
lack of aggressive buying. At the
finish wheat was off 1-8 to 1 1-4
cents with May 12 4 1-4 to 1.24-
3-8. and July 1.13 1-8 to 1.13 1-4.
Corn declined a shade to 5-8, oats
were unchanged to 1-8 higher and
provisions unchanged to 7 cents
Foreign exchanges were closed
for the Christmas holidays and
traders showed an inclination to
remain out of the markets here
until Tuesday. Offerings were suf
ficient to supply buyers.
Reports that Greece had pur
chased 1,500,000 bushels of Mani
toba wheat over night and that
some business was put through
with the United Kingdom served
as an impetus to values in mid-
season but the strength soon
Corn and oats was easier, pros
pects ot large receipts of corn
Tuesday being a depressing fac
Provisions were dulled but aver
aged higher in line with hog
HE LIST YEAR
Interesting. Report Made
Inspector of Bankrupt
cy in London
LONDON. Dec. 26. The year
1921 was a record bankruptcy
year in England and Wales, the
number of failures being 2824 in
excess of the 1920 total. The in
spector general in bankruptcy, in
his report, says "the magnitude
of the failures is much greater
than In any year since the act of
1883 came into operation."
When compared with 1920 the
figures rhow an increase In lia
bilities ot 15,034,065 pounds
sterling, and in assets of 5,849,-
60 pounds sterling.
There was a noticeable decrease
in the number of companies reg
Istered in England and Scotland
during 1921. the figures being
6834 with a nominal canital of
lui.iit.jio pounas sterling, as
against the 1920 figures of 10,
S3 companies with a nominal
capital of 587,484,721 pounds
sterling. Of the 6834 companies
registered 6291 were private en
terprises. 2918 went into liquida
tion, and 1684 were removed
from the register on the ground
they were no longer carrying on
The rate of unemployment was
hlfrh during October In nearly all
the principal industries, says the
Labor Gazette. Among members
of trade unions it was 14.1 at the
end of October, as compared to
14.6 at the end of September, and
la. 6 at the end of October. 1921
me changes in rates of wages
reported as naving taken, effect
In October, resulted in an aggre
gate reduction of over 250,000
pounds sterling In the weekly
luii-ume wages of nearly 1,500
uuy work: people, and in an ag
gregate increase of over 22.000
pounds- sterling In the weekly
wages or over 4ftQ.000 people.
Since the beginning of 1922 the
changes in rates of wages report
ed to the ministry of labor have
resulted in a net reduction of sJ
most 4.200.000 pounds sterling in
tne weekly full-time wages
nearly 7.500.000 work people, and
a net Increase of nearly 11500
pounds sterling in the weekly
wages of nearly 75,000 people.
PORTLAND, Dec. 23 Butter
pints, 5c; cubes, extras, 48c:
prinme firsts, 47c. Butterfat, Port
land delivery. No. 1 sour cream
Potatoes buying nrice locals. 50c
seUInt; price 0c 90c
If 1 MART
AdHe GrrliMxr New rtutM of
REVELATIONS OF A WIFE
WHAT DICKY TOLD NfADGE ;
A BO IT WHISTLING SAM
"Whisling Sam assures me hat
re will have 20 minutes lor a
ramble." Dicky said as he rame ,
back to where I was sitting on
the cabin veranda. "His dinner
wi l be on the table, he says, in
exactly 2 4 minutes and 36 sec
onds, and he allows that we can
wash up in the odd four minutes
and stated seconds. So come
along, old dear. We ll find Blue's
Bridge. rra got mental blue-
prints of the place strewn all
I over me. Whistling Sam is some
little director. I ll tell the world."
I rose, transferred the extra
sweater I had thrown across my
shoulders to Dicky's arm. and fell
into rtep beside him.
"Whistling Sam. I assume. Is
the name of the gentleman with
the fork to whom you were talk
ing," I said demurely.
My husband glanced down at
"What marvelous Intuition you
have!" he said, with burlesqued
admiration. "You guefsed right
the very first time. Go to the
Qf the cJa9S jy,-
..nuf whv Whistlinr Sm?M
"Is that all the name
We had turned tahe corner of
the rambling, one-story building
by this time, and found ourselves
in a wide, grassy road, extending
away from the house through the
"This must be the motor road,"
Dicky said, gating down its sun-
lit, dappled vista. There are
loads of motor parties who come
down here for dinner through the
reason, attracted by Whistling
Sam's cooking and architecture."
Architecture!" I echoed. "Do J
you mean that he "
I turned back to look at the I
quaint, rambling cabin, which, I
seen in the perspective through
which we were viewing It, reveal
ed itself as something really I
beautiful, and far, far removed
from the commonplace.
Dicky Plans. I
"Built every inch of It with the
id of one helper, an unskilled
dav laborer. whom he keeDa I
principally, to help him lift heavy
logs. Oh. he's a character,
Whistling Sam Is! I've heard of
him before, aad I'm mighty glad
to get this chance to rfew him
at clore range."
I wisely kept silent, seeing that
Dicky was in a communicative
vein, and knowing from long ex
perience that an Injudicious ques
tion might make him register an
mi tat Ion of a clam.
"It is to be supposed he has a
real name, and folks, and other
appurtenances of a civilized hu
man being. But he never by any
chance reveals anything concern-
ng his history," Dicky went on.
'Whlrtllng Sam he calls himself,
and Whistling Sam ia the only
name he is ever called. Even his
mail is addressed that way.
"He's one ot the best camp
cooks In the country, thev tell
me." Dicky smacked his lips In
burlesqued appreciation. "But he
is more noted for his wizardry In
building. He's done camps for
many wealthy men who've come
here and seen this. He asks so
many dollars a day, his expenses.
the transportation of his tools and
the services of one unskilled la
borer in the vicinity of his work.
which he stipulates must be in
the heart of the woods. Then
he fells trees, turns them Into
logs and floor boards and trim
mings, and builds as large or as
small a camp as is ordered. And
his results are certainly fascin
ating. There's another of his
buildings over there, a hunter's
camp, where men who come down
here hunting can stay all night,
if they wish. Of course, this
building Is mostly dining halls.
witn kitchen and one sitting
room. I've half a notion to grab
some rpot that suits us up north
and have him put up a shack.
What do you say?"
I exclaimed ec-
But even as the at
1, born Of my artistic in-
StlnctS. left mv Una I Koe.. i.
have doubts of the practicality
rf t W . . www . -
Ul l"e Kaerae. were tnese nouses
anttahlo V, i . .
,w, uulTwl),ns i rum a
""'" puini ot view j i saw a
number of open crevices, and de
cided that they were not proof
against mosquitoes, wandering In
sects or even an occasional tiny)
snake should one decide to make
the inside ot the structure his
uui i Knew netter than to
qualify that flrrt aysertln crv
Dicky would probably forget all
aoout the scheme if I kept silent.
Wblle it I opposed It, he WOUldt
De almost certain to za In and
,i-v.- .,, 7-
- -- ft vu IUD
spot, and purchase the piece of
ground for him to work on when
he returned north.
"I thought It would get you."
my husband said, approvingly.
"But there's no hurry. IU find
out before- Te vuere 1 can
Fesch .-hlitt' Djrnsil,- tBenevfter
nnd a enltabl s!t"I can com
ruosloat with bin. L4Xk tare
that ma be Blue's Bridir!-
We had com oot;loa a Ion
bridge spanning the rtream. It
looked as If tt mere a -most aa
cient structure, and I;.; rather
limorously set my feft upon It.
wondering if ft might not be M
o.d as to be danreroua. But one
look at the masire old tlmbra
sustaining it reassured me. They
looked as It one century's wear
would be bat in Incident to their
Below us a guide was swabbing
out his canoe, which evidently
had 8b,ppr(, gom water. .; Ai b
raised his head at the sound ot
our footsteps I saw that he waa
the man uamed Tim, and agaia
the pleasure of the day waa dark
ened for me. . '
I moved hastily away, wishlnj
to put as much apace aa possible
between myself and the., Ill
omened figure, yet knowing ta
my heart that someway I must
contrive speech with him. ua
known to any one else. ;
(To be continued.)
MINNEAPOLIS. Dec. tS.
Wheat, cash No. 1 northern 1.21
3-4 1.30 3-4; December l.Jl 1-4 J
May 1.21 3-4; July 1 11 3-4. i
NEW YORK. Dec. 23. Evapor
ate apples quiet; prunes easy; ap-
yicots firm; pheachea ateady.
Pope Pius May Call 1925
Ecumenical Council Meet
. ROME. Dee. 21. (By the Asso
ciated Press) Pope Plus Is eon-
siderlng the possibility of calllag:
an ecumenical council In Rome
during 1925. the next Jubilee year
of the church, it was announce
In the papel encyclical Issued top
day. , W
A, general fe-etlng ot the whole
episcopacy In this center of.Catn-
olicisxn says the encyclical will be
most suitable to the Jubilee :year
when Immense advantage might
come to the cause of reaee aftty
so long and
so profound an up-
the reassembling ot
the ecumenical' council
Vatican would be such
event that It Is necessary "to.walt
and pray a did the pious leader
of Ood'i elect people..nntH God
8s clearer sign of bis wish-
s seasM.,i,. atwa-ia
Priee so ted ar, wtioieaal aad i v
pric received by farmer. N rot
price ar gives except aa noted.
No. 1 wheat 91.10 ,
No 1 wheat 91.08. .
No. 9 Red wheat, sacked, 91.6T.
Cheet hey,- 92.
01 hsv 42022.
Clover hsy, baled. 122.
BOOS. BUTTER AMD SUTTBBFAT
Egg, reuil, 44e.
Creamery butur 52053.
ButterfaV delivered, aSe. . '
Milk, 92.45 ewt. V :
POULTRY . ..
Old rooster 8. . t
Hen, light. 12.
Hens, heavy, Ia. T
FORK. MUTTON AND BEST
Hogs, top, 89c.
Live bogs, 9e.
Dressed bogs. 12QI2H.
Top veal, dressed. 12t12. . t
Top steers, 11$ 12.
Cowl, 89. pr
Bsnanss 1 te.
Nel orange 37.0U.
California grapefruit. 44.75Q5.00.
Florid grapefruit. 97f .
Empire grapee 10e It.
Cranberries 92 bos.
Data. 9.75. . '
Jap orange bead).
Wslnat 90 lb.
Filbert 30 lb.
BraiU 16 tb.
Hesd letturj 84.50 crate.
I Portland Boring Prlees "
BOOS, POULTBT AND stXATS.
No 1 churning cream. 524 58 f. o. b.
Portland; nndergrade. 80e51c
EGG 8 WEAK V
Current receipt 874f38; whit aea-
oeries 43 644.
I IVE POULTRY DEMORALIZED
(L commission) Heavy beo. 92
lb.: do light. 13c; springs, 171S: I4
roosters. 10c: docks, white Pekio. yooag.
'f'f-; cr ate auras, zstSSc; tar-
kg' 5,0 1 58.; No. 8. 93
do dresaed. 232e. '
DRESSKD MEATS WEAK
I a . s . , . . r
I '. Wc; undargmoes, tt
HAY AND GRAIN
HAY FIRM. SCARCE
(Deliver d Portland) Valley timothy
92 ton; Eastern Oregoa timothy, 924 ion;
alfalfa, 921 ton; clover. 821 ton; straw,
99 ton; grain bay. 923 ton.
Bid price (track Portland ta car lot) '
nneat options. l.mfrtl.75; Basrt or
Dimes tern, 81.50; oats. 83550fe 37.50;
eastern yeiiow corn. sz.75ft 34.00; bar
ley, 94.00; miltran, 931.00031.50.
Apple. SOe$ 91.50 (according to ear-
I eX nd Pck : P- Mot Tie boa.
I ura si waaa a nt W wi a
Oregoa potatoes. 506Oc tel.; Oregon
I ": porsaip. i.o sack;
eorrot. Si ac: wniooa. 81.75a ewui
I aeuiwv-r, f i.woi.'a ooseaw
WOOL S1X)W (
Half blood sad fine, 8 5 4) 40c; throe
eighths blood, 3335c; quart-r blood, SO
32e; low quarter and brsld. S527s:
mstted or rotted wool. 22ft 25e.
(NOTE Eastora Oregon. W'ssshtagtoa
aad Idsbo ranck elipa bring to 8 cent
less than roller wool.)
HOPS QUIET : LS
.HOPS 1921 traa, aomisal; aw croa,