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THE OREGON STATESMAN. SALEM,-OREGON T
w WEDNESDAY MORNING, JANUARY, 1923
CULSS1FIED DTEBTISEU ENTS
. - '' Bate pet Jwordj
; Fir lnart.ii '
1 Three insertions
jOae. week (tix Insertions)
Six months' contract, per mo.
U in Imam for any etvrtiament 25a
" 1 NORWICH UNION
FIRE INSURANCE SOCIETY
I W. II. Burghardt, Jr. ;
Resident Agent 87 1 State St.
H MONEY TO LOAN
' t ' i -l On Real ''Estate -
? I T.-- ' T. K. FORD
(Over Ladd & Bush Bank)
AB90LCTELT FREE A SIX MONTHS
bath ticket, at Orefou Bath. i (
FOR RENT FIXK r 3 ROOM
i meou, 690 Union street.'
jWIM THE ' KIOH I SCHOOL BOY
rtdtac'ta North Salem who Jtalked to
! driver of Fsirmount Pairy wagon.
boot !. 20, relative to employment.
1 ; . I
IWHI BEXD MO'EX .Tt4THE
I East r Earope for fir j insarance
i - whan yon hsr a home company that
: ran supply your needs, and i at lowci
cos t See 8tandly A Foley, agents,
j -Bash Bsnk Bldg. i j.
UjOST PAIR LIGHT bRAY GAUNT
ir let kid gloves S-itordsy night. Be turn
to Statesman. Reward..
,1 FOR ' SALE SINGER SEWING
J4 -machines. 63 8-W. jl
Sproed. 3 1
PHONE 1131. ED.
FOR; SALE TEN WEEKS OLD PJOS.
Phone 105-F24. ' ' ,
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DODGE -r-VBONESTEELE i. GARAGF
- buildintT. opposite Marion hotel, on
' Ma). Baren, 179 X. Commercial. I ':.
liX0ST-AIREDALE FEMALE DOGy AGE
twontha, - Named Qaeene. .phone
FOR SALE CHOICE YOUNG JERSEY
' edw.- - Tuberentin tested. Do t
freak . January , 2U. Pric 375
i Phon 16a a w. . . . . -
APPLES DELIVERED. SPITZENB ERtK
Rod ChHk Pippin. Oano. Coo River.
Vaaderpool. St. 00 per box; 8 for
2.85; for $4.60. Ward K. Richard
on. 235 Front. , Phone 494.
CLOSX IN HOUSE BARGAIN t 9
room with modern, aoareaienee. f Gar
1 ac twa large lota, on corner, : and
paved atreeta. . Cloae to Court House.
One of the heat buy in the city. Price
for a abort time 34500. . See Childa A
BechteW 50 Stat Street. , v . ; 5
F O R A Ii K GOOD PLASTERED
ho; . ;nmv pantry, electricity,
. bath. . toilet ; (arace, larc lot. bearing
fruit tree. Price $2650. : Will take
ant aa part payvaent. See Child A
Beeh tel. today, at 30 State Street.,
FOR SALE NICE .18" OLD FIR
wood. Phon 17-F2.
i PETTYJOHN V MOCSER SCCCES-
aor to Winnie Pettyjohn haTa moved
to 210 Oregon Bldg and will, conduct a
general brokerage basinets ia real e
tate, life,,fir and anto insnranee And
' bondt. h : s-j-,:-j- ; - -j.i; i ; ;
5-R0OM-.S COTTAGE NEAR STATE
i boaae.bath. light, basement." $250a
' 5troom new bungalow, finished in old
ivory ; daU-h kitchen. $2S00. 8-room
: hooae. close lav on N. Liberty atreet;
baaeroetit. modern eonfanieaee. $3200.
9-room' old : hoaae in tw apartments:
cloae; bring ia $35 a month; for
- f 1 600. Good term an be arranged
'- on ths honses. ' Pettyjohn A Mouaer,
2t6 Oregon Bldg. ; t -r i i
FURNITURE I MAN WANTED,
f Baren.. 179 N. Coaamereial.
r.':-1. fi- FEMALE .
WANTED GIRL FOR GENERAL
- lrt housework, or rirl going t
echool so , work lor board. 1 Apply at
985. rntor.f or "phona 994. j , I
WANTED MEN . AND , WOM EN TO
, take farm paper aubteriptioas. -i-A. good
, I preposition the right people. Ad
, dree U Pacifl Homestead. 3 ta teams
-- Bldfy Salem. Ora.V '-: .. .' ,
i -;'-- AGEyTS WASTED "'- I':.
AGENTS WANTED BEST SELLING
proposition ever ' InrenKd. $5.00 t-.
- tura for erery $1.00 invented. Ad-dresa-
Box . A Salem. Ore. - :
GET MARRIED BEST MATRIMONIAL
paper . pablrtked. ' Fre for atamp.
Cocrespondeat. Toledsw Ohio. . . , . . -
EPILEPTICbWWOULD' YOU CARE TO
learn about new rational treatment for
immediate relief of epilepsy. Positive
ly stopping all seisures from first day
use- Jaformatioa free. "Specialist,"
Drawer jC-592. Lander. Wyoming. . -
FOR f SALE'
, IF YOU ? WANT TO GET THE BEST
farm paper, end 15 to tba Pacifi
Hmtead, Salons. Oregon, for a three
; month' Uial. aabaoxiption. : Mention
r. thie ad. . - , . . I .
USED CHTCKERTKO "GRAND, IS GOOD
shape. WiU giro noma term a. H L.
Stiff Fnrnitnr Co. . " . i
FOR SALE 4300D. USED MAHOOANY
. pUa left to I1L Frie $200,
term. H. L. Stiff . FurmUur Co. Ma
le department j; -: r ' -
POULT RY M EN .SEND EIGHT TWO
ent .stamps for veil thrao month
. trial for thebeat , oldest joarnal 1
tha west,? Tbg grtieJet d adTertls
menu ar of special ' Interest to th
- poultry breeder of toe" Northwest.
North weal .Poaltry Journal. 311 Com
- anereiaj atroet. Satan. Oregon. 4 -
BEST GRADE MILL WOOD t FOOT
and 16-inch. Prompt delivery. R
i abl priee.- 'Fred B. Well. $05 8
i 1 r Obareh. Phoae J542. .-.:- - :
WOOD FOR SALE LARGE BECONI
growth and l!r aM fir. Call 1467. -
PICTURE FRAMES' FOR' LESS. I ' MAX
, Oi Buren. 178 N. Commercial, u ; ... i
v LEATHER HAND BAGS ON SPECIAL,
v , Many at less than coat. Max O. Buren
BOTE AND KIRSCH C1TRTATN ; RODS
Max O.; Buren. 179 N.. Commercial.
1923 CALENDARS FREE.
Smith, insurance agency. :
CEDAR CHESTS $8.50, $11.00, $14.00
. Slt.OO. t M ax O. Baren.' 179 S. Com-
IVORY'".. ENAMELED WOODWORK IS
; very popular. ! I soil the right nsafrtal.
Max O. Buren, 179 N. Commercial.
ASK " FOR ' OR ! ESPRIT m D'AMOPR
Hrgienie Toilet Requisites, at the
Flower tn the Bottle Perfume Shop,
, . 113 N. Liberty. - , -
-t ...,-.s.,.'r.jj. - .fcl.-.-..
- -.- y ' i- - ----- - - : - i ."-' -
. -f -i . . -if
LINOLEUM VARNISH, 1 MAKES,
cleaning easfers Max O. Buren, 17ity
i. t'ommtreiai. 1 r
FOR SALE , OLD NEWSPAPERS, 10
centa a bundle. Circulation department.
Oregon Htatearaaa j
SUMMER LUGGAGE REDUCED WALL
paper ; remnanta, planter, wallboard
Velvet atair carpet, $1.35. Endurance
high grade bona paint. Kalsomioe. lOe
pound. Oetton mattresses, $8.30.
Steel spring $5.00. Max O. Buren.
179 N. Commercial St. - v 1 ,
' Beautiful Oregon Rose
and : eleven other Oregon songs, together
: with a fin collection of patriotie songs,
acred songs and many old-tint favor
ite -1 ALL FOB 25
1 r (Special prices in quantity lota)
Especially adaptable for school, commun
ity or home aiuging. Send for
j Western Songster
'73 pages, avow ia its third edition.
Published by .. f
OREGON TEACHERS MONTHLY
HI S H rwmmereial 8t , Halem. Ova.
SEE' MR PCRDY AT OREGON BATHS
Wn nniirwiitt.hvtfl arsamsntBl.
FOR RENT FURNISHED 4 ROOM
apartment and garage, 1132 Center.
FURNISHED APARTMENT FOR RENT.
891 North Commercial. , f
FOR RENT 5-ROOM APA&TMENT.
with sleeping porch, water, lights and
telephone free. Call 2022-J.
1 BOOM AND BOARD
THE ALEXANDRIA DINING ROOM
will open to the public January sec
ond, under the msaagement of Mrs.
Argent and I Mra Young. Reaaonablc
i prices. -monthly rate. Phon 1339.
Two room for rent. -
FOB RENT FURNISHED FLAT AT
661 Ferry street. $50 a month.
. Phono 23, or apply at Statesman busi
' aes affica. j -- . f "
FOR RENT 5 ROOM HOUSE. AT 1052
Saginaw street. $20 a month. Apply
at Statesman business) office, or phone
FOR RENT GOOD MODERN 8 ROOM
: houM $40 per moatb ; ; 7 -room boese
for $18 per month. .
. t S3 1 State Street.
ONE GOOD SLEEPING ROOM AND A
two-room apartment in modern borne,
.. one-half block from the Jitney line
.House number, 2361 Hasel Ave.
Phone 1939.'. ,
WANTED FURNITURE. TOOLS. ETC--Phone
511,. ! . . .-1 -.;-!-!. . "-,
WANTED TO BUY HOUSEHOLD PUR-
ettore. tools, i. - eaiacoMaaeoua -articles.
Phone 1449.' ; - : . - - -U ..
WANTED FURNITURE, TOOLS, MA,
ehinery, stock, etc. Will buy for cash
or sell on commission. Phone 511.
Woodry, the auctioneer.
HORSES W ANTED-r-I- WILL TRADE A
Maxwell ear in good running order, for
horses or. other stock. John H. Rho
t n, , Dayton, Oregon. Phone Salem
'" 1141-J. - Ji '
WANTED EVERYTHINO- fN HARD
ware and furniture. B-st prices paid.
. THE CAPITJli HARDWARE.'
285 N." Commercial St. Phnn 947
AUCTIONEER OF FARM AND PER
aonal property. G. Sattarlee, 180 N
, Commv-reial room 3L, over Peopla's
Cash Store. Residence phoae 1J11-J.
Office phone 430. 1 .
AUCTIONEER F. N. WOODRY. THE
livestock, j furniture, real estate aae
- tmneer. ) Phone 511 for sale dates.
' Re. 1610 N. Summer. -
COLv 3. B. GABLE
.-farm and city salea.
Phoae 1446. :
160 8. High.
IRON STEEL, BRASS. ALUMINUM :
Bring the pieces, Oxo-Gas Hasting Co:
v 837 Oonrt. . I . ; .
ACCOUNTANTS AND ATJDITOES
HUGH R. -1 ROBERTSON CO. MEM-i-.-ber
American taatitat of Accountant.
Aceoaatanta. Auditors, Income Tsa 8er
. vtosw. ' Portland, Ore-, and Mianeapolia.
Mtnsu - Address: 1317 Yeos Bldg
PorUaad. Ore. t .
EMMONS A SPRAGUE CARS WA8H
j ed ' and pojiahed. Oleson'e Auto Cx
, .'change. 17 S. Liberty. .. .
THE GOOD MAXWELL GINGRICH
; Motor Co, 371 Court.
. AUTOMOBILE PAINTTJJO
ACTO OWNERS! LOOK1 TIME TO
-! have that ear repainted. : Come in and
I look over enr work. On. account of the
. ; aaeeeaa of our Ford Special job, it will
be continued.. Reliance Auto Painting
Co.. 819 State, cor. Front St.. second
floor. Phone 937.' . -
BATTERY - AND ELECTRICIAN
AUTO. ELECTRICIAN; EXPERT TROU
f Lie shooting. 218 N. High. Phono 203.
R. TJj. BARTON EX IDE BATTERIES,
starter and generator work. 171 S
PK EST O-LITE ! BATTERY SERVICE
Station. Expert battery and electrical
work. Farria Bros.' Phoae 1803. 418
f Coort..'..'' ; i, i ' -
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STORAGE, ' $3.50 MONTHLY. DEAD
storage $3.06 monthly.. Ferry St. Gsr
sge, 544 Ferry.
TXEXS AND AOCESSORIES
ARMSTRONG TIRES BUILT AS YOU
j slway . wanted them. Tompkins A
I limine, 2l N. Commercial."
UTORAGE GAS OIL. GUARANTEED
repairing. ' 1 Universal ; Garage, 660
'; i Capitol . ' -i
USED PARTS 1-8 to 1-3 OFF. MIKE'S
' Auto wrecking ' House. 424 . North
Commercial. Phone 523.
BICYCLES AMD REPAIRING
.LOYD E. RAMSUEN DAYTON BICY
cles and repa trie g.i , 387 Court.
i . SCOTT
The, Cycle Man
147 8. Commercial
" Phone 6$
;t USED AUTOS
OLK8USI 8 AUTO EXCHANGE USED!
etefav -beaght, saw or. sola -on eommlsv
. ainsu . DeiJ asoatMr atoragav.. '
RADIATOR FENDER REPAIRS
RADIATORS FBNDE8S. BODIES,
made or - repaired. J. C. Uair, $49
CARPET AND RUG WEAVING
CARPET; AND RUG WEA INO
Paoa before S a. m. - 84-F21. m ;
ACME CHOCOLATE SHOP - "JUST
Candy." Strictly homemade. 121 .3.
CARPET AND FLUFF RUGS
NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC WE NOW
weave fluff rugs mad out f old car
pets, any length or width yoa desire.
W also re fit, re-sew aad ait carpets.
Feather renovating and mattress steam
ing and ; re-making. Sulem . Carpet
Cleaning aad Fluff Rug Work. Phoae
j 1154 , . , , -.J,
SAI EM ELECTRIC CO
Building. Phono 12UO.
ELECTR10 FIXTURE AND SUPPLY
Co. Phoae 1934. 222 N. Liberty.
HALIK'S ELECTRIC SHOP ELEO
trical machine repairing, eontractingj
: 337 Court. Fhaae 488.
ARCHIE FLEENER, ELECTRICIAN I
Hons wiring by hoar or contract.
'Estimate furnished. Phone 980. 414
Court St. - ,
CHIMNEY SWEEPING FURNACE
cleaning. F. Councilman, phone 639.
DR. H. "L. HUM CURES ANY KNOWN
disease. 153 High St.; pboae 288
CLEANXRS AND DYERS
SPICK 'N SPAN CLEANERS
i dyers. Phone 193. -
CO. 405 COURT
WM.- NEIMEYER "JUST - DRUGS."
173 N. Commercial, phon 167.
WANT A $3500 LOAN ON
ranch. Socolofsky. 341 State.
LOANS ON THE EA3Y PAYMENT
- plan., can repay at any time without
extra charge. 417 Oregon Bidg.
20-YEAB FARM LOANS ON RURAL
credit plsn, pre-payment provision al
lowed. We will finaace you for a ties
rate of iaterest than aay. firm on the
Private saoney to loan on either city
Of .country property.
R. W. Marsters ?
411 Oregon Building,
MARION-POLK COUNTY FARM LOAN
aaaociatioB baa money to loan at 14
W. D Smith, e-cretary-treaurr. 803
Salem Bank' of Commerce.
6 PER CENT
407 Masonic Temple. Salem, Ore.
SEAGROVE FOR FURNACES 198
CUT FLOWERS AND FLORAL PIECES.
Delivery. O. F. Broithaupt. florist,
i 123 North Liberty street. Phone 880
GIESE FURNITURE CO. .QUALITY
furniture for' lea money, 378 Court
Phon. 464. ' . .s;
. " 1
PEOPLE'S FURNITURE STORE NEW
and second hand furniture, 1 371 N.
CommerciaL . j
Ladies' Wearing Apparel
SPENCER CORSETS . TO ORDER
Dressmaking. Carrie Fisher. McCor
; aack Rldg. - -
S A L E M ELITE HEMSTITCHING.
. pleating, buttons, stamping and needle
work. 320 Oregon Bidg. Phone 379
MRS. C. E. MILLER HEMSTITCHING,
. stamping buttons. Room 10, over Mil
ler' store. Phon 117.
CAPITAL HOTEL CORNER,
aad . CommerciaL . Phone 630
ARLINGTON HOTEL CLEAN. COSY;
Oe up. 463 State. -if
W. J. MAYER) HIGH CLASS LADIES'
tailoring; long coats, suits and dresses.
- Room. 7, McCoruiack Bldg. Phon 692.
SALEM LAUNDRY COMPANY 316 8
Liberty street. Phone 25. Oldest
largest best.. Established 1880.
CAPITAL CITY STEAM LAUNDRY
Quality work, prompt service. , 1264
Broadway. Phone 165 '
YALE HAND LAUNDRY. 186-194 S.
.12th St., now operating ndr - new
management.. , We make a specialty of
band work on, wool and silk fabrics.
Also family washing, .rough, dry or
wet. ' Cleaning and pressing, fhone 8.
I TRANSFER HAULING
CAPITAL CJTT TRANSFER CO. 226
State St. Phone 933. ; Distributing,
forwarding and. atorag our specialty,
Oct oar rates '
WE MOVE. STORE AND SHIP HOUSE
bold good. Our specialty is pian
and furniture moving. We also make
country trips. We handle the best
coal and wood.- Call on na for prices
We give good measar. ; good quality:
and good eerviee. . Lavrmer Transfer
-Co. Phone 93X i .
PARKER'S STAGE LINES l
' J. W.- Parker. General Manager
Central Star Terminal Salem. Oregon
' SALEM SILVtRTOS DIVISION
Leave Salem, Central Stage) Terminal 1 '
7 a. ntu. 11 a. m., 5 p. m f :
Leave Silterton. Newr Stand: ' : -
8 a. ra 1 p. m p. sa. '
Salem-Iadepeadence-MunmoaUt Dv'rion :
Leave Salens Central 'Stag Terminal:
7 a. nu, 9 a. m. ,11a. sa 8 p. as.
I 8 o. as. - i' ' -Leaves
Monmouth. Moamoeth Hotel :
: 8:15 a. m 1 p. m 6:15 p. m.
Leaves Independence, Beaver Hotel. '
6:30 a. m, 10 a nu. 1:15 p. so, 4 p. m.
6:30. .-. - ---. 1 i. . -
We make connections at Salem . to all
part of the volley. Extra trips J
appointment.' s ! ; - . ;
J. W. PARKER. General Manager. !
SECOND HAND GOODS
SALEM BARGAIN HOUSE BUYS AMD
sella second-hand furniture. Tool aad
Junk. 820 N. Commercial. Phoae 492
WANTED EVERYTHING IN CLOTH
lag aad shoes. Best price paid. Cap
ital Exchange. 843 N, Commercial
; Fhone 13g8-W. -.. 1 . ; ,' 1
SALEM. SCAVENGERS GARBAGE.
. faao of all kiatda removed. Oaapoola
. eleooed. Phoae 1 6T or 1595-W.
SOOS - SCAVENGER SERVICE PUC
eeesor 10 Nsl Scsvenger ) Garbage and
relate of all kinds rsmored by the
. month. Reasonable rate., rkenet:
OOiee 029. reaidcBce ZQS$.
STOVES AMD STOVE REPAIRING
STOVES REBUILT AND REPAIRED
40 years' experience. Depot National
fence, sVaee ad to 2d Inch high.
Paint, oil, and varaiahes, etc.. togan
berry nd hop. hooks. Salem f-uco aad
Stove Work. S5u Court street. Phone
134. v i - : - ... ;,
MOUNTAIN BALM COUGHKMEDY
Pbuwe 517 W. - ,
ED. CHASTAIN CLOTHING CO. SUITS
and overooata. Use my stairs 11 pays.
, SOS Btat St.
THE CROSS AUTOMATIC ELECTRIC
Steam boilers, vulcaniser and tube
plates. Perry C. Campbell, 817 N.
' Liberty. . .' -t - '
H. AND M. CO. SPECIALTY GRIND
r and welders. Automotive servie.
' 490 Ferry. Phon 804.
SALEM CONSERVATORY OP MUSIC
. All branches taught, diploma granted.
John i R. Sites, director. 1237 Court,
Phone 626 y .
RAG AND JAZZ PIANO PLAYING
13 lesson guaranteed. Waterman
System. F. B. Clark mgr, MeCornack
WECHTEtt A SMITH MACHINISTS.
engineers, welders, Heald cylinder
grinding service. J
Phon 5G2-345 Vr-
GEO. O. WILL PIANOS. PHONO
graphs, sewing machines, aheet music,
and piano studies. Repairing phono-
- graphs and i sewing machines. 432
tate, Salem. I
EDWARD WELP EXPERIENCED
piano tuner. Leave order Will's
; . Musi Store
JACK CLEMENT SALEM'S OLD
( piano tuner, ia back. ... Call, writ or
phon 1774, the Bong Shop, opposite
the Court House. .
COMPLETE LINE TREES SMALL
fruits, ornamentals. Cspital City Nur.
. aery Co 426 Oregon Bldg. Phone 75.
PAPERHANOINO ASD PAINTINO 1
PHONE GLENN ADAMS FOB HOUSE
decorating, paper banging, tinting, etc
ROWLAND PRINTING CO.
printing, Maaonio Temple.
PLUMBING REPAIRING AND COIL
work. Phone 13.97-J. Shop. 127
Union street. A. Lv Godfrey. . -
TRADE YOUR OLD PIANO FOR A
new Victor or Brunswick. H. L. Stiff
Furniture Co, Muaie Dept.
SHERMAN. C KY ft CO, PIANOS
Stanuway. Duo-Art and other. Moore
Muaie House. 415 Court street aad
SALEM VARIETY STORE CHINA
ware, glassware, toys, notions, and mil
; linery. :
SALEM WATER, LIGHT POWTR CO.
Office. 801 South Commercial St. Ten
.iper cent discount on domestic flat
rates paid in advance. No deductions
for abseace or any. cause antes water
Is shut off your premises. -
UNITED SPANISH WAR VETERANS
- Camp 5, Armory, First, third Mendaya
DR. 8. F. SCOTT, GRADUATE KA
ttonal University . Sciences, Chicago
; Masonic Temple. Phone 640. -
DR. 8. S SMITH. CHIROPRACTOR,
8 2 2 Orego n Bldg. Phone 664.
DR. LENA A. BOONE, CHIROPRACTOR,
476 a OoaamerciaL Hoars 10 to 13;
1 to 5. Phoae 1415.
DRS. SCOTT 8COFIELD, P. B. C
Chiropractors. 414-19 U. 8. Bank Bldg.
Phon 87; res. 828-R.
MORRIS OPTICAL CO. SUITE 86L
, Oregon Building.
GLASSES FITTED BY THE BOW OP
tical Co, 825 State street,- opposite
Ladd A Bosh Bank. "Use Quality
I Proven Sbur-ons." . j
MAGNETIC HEALING DR. A. I.
Frents. Ac to and chronic dtseaeee
Phono 780. 23-28 Brey man Bmck.
;. NATPBOPATHIO PHYSICIANS
DR. A. SLAUGHTER ACUTB - AND
chronic disease. '415 Oregon Bldg.
! Phone HO. . j . . j
DRS. WHITE AND MARSHALL 306
U. 8. Bank Bldg. i r I
DR. FOSTER 404 OREGON BLDG.
Phone 756. 2024-J. i t
DR. W. L. MERCER OSTEOPATHIC
physician and surgeon. Kirksville
graduate, 404-405 U. 8. National Bank
Bldg. Phoae. office 919; rea.jb"14.
DR." JOHN L. LYNCH OSTEOPATJHCT
Physician and Surgeon, 403-40 Ore I
gon Bldg. Pko&es, office 1894; res
; 58-F5. . I
BROKEN ARCHES AND OTHER DE-1
iwiDiun 01 n9 leva i-ui 1 vciea; wicdoui
loaa of time from rear ocruoatlan.
Dra. White ft . Marahall. U. B. Baak
Bid, ,. '-, '1
FOR SALE GOOD (t ROOM ( HOUSE
on pavea streec. une block from car
line.. Pric $3000. 1449 South Liber-
- Special l
This 6 room modern honaa on 'paved
street and car line, pavement : paid.
Price has been reduced to $2600 for
quick sale. You' can move, rigbjfh.
f 33 State Street. - .
WE HAVE BEAUTIFUL HOME? FOB
tale in alt parts of town. We have
three houses for . rent. Crnee ia.
Gertrude J. M. Page
' h 492 N. Cottage.
i 1 Wood's Bargains
New bnagalow $1800. easy term. Good
boose, five blecka out. lot 82x165. o
paved atreet. 5500A. easy terme. Waae.
a hoaae as payaseat ea a 40-acr far
on paved highway. - Want a Beiek
, Dodge ear aa , payment en a closs ia
home. Want 6 ' home- as payment or
ehoieo five sere tract. Small house fo
rent, $8.00. F. Li Wood, 341 -State Sv
: !BEAL ESTATE
NOTICE X CLOSE-IN RESTAURANT
fur sate, daing' a good business. 1 The
Welcome Real Estslo office. State and
Commercial, oyer Bnsick's. iPhoce
; aSfry. I.- -- ,. . ji ;
II OT E L FOR t SALE THE BEST
proposition in Marion county In hotels.
Call at my office and see picture and
: i M.J.Hunt
i I.mld A Bush Bldg.
it Best Buys i
tl-ROOM MODERN APARTMENT
: boiM $3000. ; $2000 . cash, balance
monthly at 7.
. 6UxlOCft. lot on pavement, $650.;
7,31 aerea. running water, K acre jtlm
bar, best of fishing 24 hgans 1 acre
s trsw berries, 3 .milex from Salem,
$1000. $300 cash, balance at 7.
SO acres, all in cultivation. 6-room
bouse, barn, 1 mile from creamery, all
fenced, on rock road, 4 mile from
Salem. Price $SOOO, $1300 cash, bal
ance monthly at 7.
, j I Socolofsky
, ' : 34 But St. .
I Trading Specialty
Portland : Ineom and residence property
ini exehaage for farms, orchards aad
lands , in the Valley. Come aad see us.
we may do yon a service.
The Flemijig Realty Co.
! 341 "State St.
i ; j i . " s -
FOR, BALE ROOMING HOUSE, r 12
rooms.! good soi-osition, cheap rent.
Cbinpton Real Estate. 400 State St. '
ANDERSON ft RUPERT
(Successors to' Laflar ft Laflar)
( REAL ESTATE
j BONDS. LOANS
406-7. Oregon Bldg,
A nice 6-room house in good condition,
1 well located. Price only $1700. $500
cash. , balance easy payment. See ns
for bargains ' in houses. Let ns write
Mills &. Conlfiv
f..'U-' 331, State St.,'
four-room plastered house, with two
lots; 1 a real bargain for 81100. 8500
caah; balance $20 per month, interest
1. Near five-room bungalow near
Richmond-school, plastered, -plumbing
and lights. Price $2750, $500 down,
balance terms. Fine building lot en
N. 20th near Center, pavement in.
Price $550 cash. 6-room modern bun
galow near Richmond .school. , 83000,
' Real Estate ft Fire Insurance
W. H. Grabenhorst & Co,
275 State St., U. S. Bank Bldg. ; .
Big Receipts Preciptate Ex
pensive Deals by Hold-
I j ers and Speculators 1
CHICAGO.' Jan.. 2 RI? receipts
led to heavy sellln-? of wheat to
day on the part of hol.icra 1 and
specnlartors. ( ' , it
As a result prices closed weak,
3 to 4 cents net lowe;, with
May ' $1.18 H to $1.18. and
July $1.10H to $1.10. Corn
finished 2 at 2 to 2Vz cents
down; and oats off 1 to 1T4 at
2 cents. In provisions ther3 were
gains varying from 15 to 27 cents.
Although the reports of wheat
arriving at domestic primary ter
minals were the figures for three
days, the . showing1 nevertheless
was too bearish . to be explained
by this fact and with the Argen
tine crop movement Just ahead,
and Canada, compelling f sharply
and i still holding impressive re
serves, the confidence of bulls ap
peared to wane. Persistent sell
ing pressure on the market set in
early and remained constant
throughout the dayf notably from
houses with eastern connections,
despite indications of some export
business as values declined.
I Final quotations in the wheat
market were practically the low
est level of the session' more
than 8 cents a bushel under last
week's high point for May de
livery. Announcement of a sub-:
stantial increase of theUnited
States visible supply total empha
sized during the late trading the
downward tendency of values;
Shorts were able to buy freely
all day without causing any ma
terial rally. ii
Corn and oats as well as wheat
gave way in price, support being
of Insufficient! volume to over
come the effect of liquidation by
owners. HeavS receipts of corn
here had a depressing influence.
and to did an Increase of the visi
ble supply of corn;
, Provisions were higher in line
wlh' hog markets.
f Llverppol close, Td lower;
Buenos Aires,- opening c high
er. Minneapolis. No. 1 northern
$1.17 at $1,26 7-8; May, $1.18
7-8; July, $1.14 7-8.
. " ; U FRUIT
NEW YORK, Jan. 2. Evapor
ated' apples, steady; prime state.
10 at ,10. Prunes,
California, 9 at 16 Oregons,
7 at 12c; apricots firm butquiet,
choice, 24; at 25c; extra choice,
26 at 27c; fancy, 29 at 30c.
Peaches slow, choice 12 at 14;
extra choice, 14 at 15 c. j
PORTLAND, Jan. 2. Butter;
Prints extras. 51c; cubes extras,
4 8c ; prime flrfts. 4 7cr Butterf at
Portland delivery: No. 1 'tour
cream, 53c. Potatoes: v Buying
price locals, COc; selling price, 60
at 1. , .
IN WHEAT MART
D YEAR START
GOOD ON MARKET
Opening Prices Higher, But
Profit Taking Interferes
Later on in Day
NEW YORK, Jan; 2.4-OpenIng
prices in today's stock; market,
the first of the New Year, "were
higher; but. I thereafter profit
taking and short selling caused
some irregularity with gains out
numbering losses at the close.
Higher quotations for foreign .re
mittances,; easier time money
rates,! and a slight . reaction in
wheat and grain prices , after an
early t display of strength,! were
the other features of the - day's
financial and commodity, mar
kets, s; V, .. -'! - ' 1 . :
Special buying operations inin-
aividuai stocks' were evident by
the brisk manner in. which certain
issues were pushed up, the mar
ket displaying more activity on
the rallies than it did on the de
clines. , j j '- ;
Another Increase ini crude oil
prices over the holiday resulted
in some good buying in the oil
Shifting of funds incidental to
year-end dividend and interest
requirements resulted in an open
ing and renewal rate of 5 per
cent for call money, which eased
off to 5 before the, close. Low
effng of time money rates from 5
to- 4 per cent for the .longer
maturities was in expectation of
an f early und. heavy return of
a : 1 -m '
i unas yrnnar&'wn.f lor. January In-
teresi ana aiviaena payments.
Improvement in the nrlnclDal
allied exchanges was j construed
as an indication of the European
financial ' community's optimism
on the outsome of the reparations
conference now In session. De
mand sterling advanced a cent
to $4.64; French francs went
up 8 points to 7.41, and Italian
dirk j 5 points to 5.14. German
marks were quoted at $1.39
a hundred. Canadian exchange
was still at 1 per cent discount.
CATTLE SNIPPED -
!i HERE TO CANADA
Buyer Purchases Thorough
breds to Build up Dairy
r Industry in North I
A. E. pumbille, a large dairy
operator at Sard is, in the Frazer
river Valley in British Columbia,
recently bought some fine Oregon
Jerseys to take back to his Can
adian . home. They were loaded
out ; from here Tuesday for ship
ment. - j , . , : ,i .1
One of 'the purchases was a
one-half interest In a fine 3-year-old
bull from the herd of Stanley
tnd W. T. Riches of jTurner, for
which he paid $600. . Later he
bought the other half Interest al
so. The animal Is sired by St.
Mawes Lad, the dre Jof the
world's champion ' senior yearling
cow, St. Mawes Lad's Lady, own
ed by S. "J. McKee of Independ
ence. He bought a younger bull
calf from the Riches herd that
shows fine promise, i
Mr. DumbiUe also bought -two
cows from the famous Ed Cary
herd at Carletan. One is a
daughter of Rosaire's Olga Lad,
and the- other is by Poppy's St.
Mawesi The visiting dairyman
Is a skillful breeder, who knows
precisely, what to look for, and
he has picked it wherever he
finds it. ;' : ' , '
The j Canadian breeder expects
to return to the Willamette val
ley in May and buy a full carload
of cows to take back to his nor
thern home, A number of Ore
gon Jerseys have been shiDDed
there in the past, until they have
built up some
herds that would
be almost competitors for some
of the famous
herds in this state.
,Plck Husbands by "Wont's" ;
The Rev. Dr. John M.j Moore
of Brooklyn, in a recent sermon,
assured . hie young ; women par
ishioners that marriaga is a ser
ious thing and made the follow
ing suggestions for diminishing
the. chances; of its; failure:
Don't marry a man -
Whom jroj don't know
thoroughly.! ,! . j'lj.;
: Whom you .expect to reform.
' Who; doesn't respect - woman
hood, ji jl . j i:-7':Ti -t
Who . is junpopular with chil
dren and other men.
Who; can't support you. i
Who!; hasn't a sense of. humor.
I Who has j been wild. -'-
Don'jt marry a man unless he
about the same age and! has
the saiBetnefesisL-Rjyourself .
Dont'imairy a man un
is intelligent love i; on both sides
New; York World.
! TIOPSL ' -; ;-'
. NEW YORK, Jan. 2. Hops,
steady state,. 1922". 20 at 24c;
Pacific coast 1922, 14 at 18c;
1921J12 a't 13c. " " ': '
fn nr -, : i
Another fseyser. I satd to bethe
largest In fthe world, has been
discovered, in thej Yellowstone
park.i How envious Bill' Bryan
Garrlawin'a New lluttte of
REVELATIONS OF A WIFE
THE AID AND COMFORT-
MOTHER GRAHAM GAVE
- f- J MADGE
"Mother s Come Ihere quick
Dicky's excited Voice rose from
me sleeping, porch, which we
shared and from which I had' just
removed my belongings prepara
tory for t,he trip North I meant to
make against Dicky's unreason
able objection. From behind the
locked .door lof my father's room.
in which I had hidden myself and
my things, Ijput my ear close to
-the crack and listened apprehen
sively for mjjr mother-in-law's re
ply. What wouldi.be her attitude
in this dispute between Dicky and
me - ! On the answer to . that
hinged, perhaps, the chances o!
my (carrying i out my plan of de
parting from some other station
that Cedar Crest without Dicky's
knowledge."'; : r
"What's the matter now? !
Mother Graham's irritated
voice sounded from the living
room door. Then she began to
walk swiftly toward our room.
ana l guesseu .mat . jjlcsy- j was
making frantic gestures for ;i her
to hurry. '
."Why everything of Madge's
is gone; her hat, her cOatr bag
and suitcase! Did you hear her
goout? I 'didn't, but I suppose
' she's streaked it down to that sta
tion to get reservation again.'
"She's probably taken It.. over
to Betty Kane's, or some place
like that, to wait until it's time
for the train; to go," my mother
in-law suggested with an equable
matter-of-fact manner that j sur
prised me. "She probably figures
out you'll kick up some. sort of a
row when you find out she's go
ing North, any way .'t
"Do you think that's what
she's up to TTDicky spoke du
biously, .but there was a rough
note in his voice that told me of
.the rage" which .was consuming
him. -1 - , '
"Why, of course, It Isl'l . his
mother returned incisively, f" And
I glory In her spunk. You know
very well what you've got on
hand in moving j and . finding
place. If you had the backbone
of a a mouse, you'd go with' her
instead of acting like a frightened
baby." v , . , "
Dicky IDecides. jj
I executed, two or threa silent
dance'steps behind my father's
locked door at this unexpected
backing. I knew, of course, that
to Mother Graham the thought of
her ' personal possessions ; being
left uncared for in Marvin was
well nigh Insupportable, but I had
been afraid that Dicky would be
able to "wheedle: her over o his
way of thinging as he had done bo
many times before. --. .v.
There was . a minute's strained
silence. Then I! heard Dicky ex
plode into heartfelt ejaculation
Instantly his mother's shocked
and angry voice commanded his
silence. j . , x
"Oh, of course, I beg pardon,
and all that, mother!" he said.
sullenly, after atminute. "But if
you or Madge think she's going to
get away with anything like that
you're very much mistaken. I'm
going to sit down at the ticket of
f ice the rest of : the day, and,' be
lieve me, if she dares come in and
try to get that! reservation after
I've cancelled it
. she'll get an eari
ful. She's sb
I'll stage here
afraid of a scene-.
a mighty nifty
"I have no doubt you will," his
mother replied icily. . "It will
only be on a par with - the other
asinine exhibitions' you have beeq
giving me this morning. But
please spare me the details, and
go along abou
your business If
I am really too
you have any.
upset to listen
A Grim 3mlle-.
to anything more,"
Oh, I'll get out pronto.". Dicky
rejoined huffily. "But If Madge
comes back here before she goes
to the. ticket office as, of course,
she will you'I
be only doing her
a good turn If
you put a flea in
her ear to what I mean to. do.'
"Will you please, permit me ; to
plan my own conduct?" his moth
er replied, -a most artistic not of
infinite weariness in her voice.
With a muttWed exclamation,
which I was 'sure 'would pass no
censor of proper speech, her son
once more departed, this time
with a closing; of the door i that
was unmistakably and most; em
phatically a sla(mr; ; IT:
I heard niy motherIn-law'e
footsteps lightly and rapidly , go
ing back to tbe living room and
I wondered If she shared Dicky's
ridiculous and! far-fetched notion
I had left the house. For
the spacejffve minutes I.. heard
nothing more, jand I was wonder
ing how soon l would daTe--to
leave my hiding place and ' find
her. when I heard her coming
back down theLhalt. and the; next
instant her lo knock sounded on
my door. . . I'"
-''Margaret!'! she said tensely
but softly. 'Iit me In."1- ff -
I hastily unlocked the door,
and when she! stepped inside I
locked it again after her. When
I turned and looked at her I.was
surprised to see J her thin llj;
twisted Into an approving if grS
smile. I was so relieved that X
laughed outright and pulled her
down to the (bed on which 1 was .
"He has really gone," she said
first, practically. "I watched
him until I was; sure. And now
what is your plan?- Of course,
you can't go to Cvdar Crest."
"I never Intended to," I said
smiling. "But there are other
stations, easily reached by taxi."
"Good!" she commented.
meant to suggest ; that if yoa
hadn't thought 0fy it. But you'il
have to make tracks, for he may
come back at any minute. Now
you get ready for. the journey,
and 111 go overj to Mrs. Lukens
and telephone for a taxi to come
there -how soon!"
"Twenty minutes," I replied
laconically. ' .: j .,
"Fine!" she responded approv
ingly. "As sooi aa I get back I'll
help you carry!, the things over
there, then it Richard does come
.back' before you go I'll be able
to switch him off the track."
: ; i -" - '
; (To be Continued.) J
I NEW CORPORATIONS I
,,.., . . , ... ;
Articles of incorporation were
filed here yesterday by the Midg
ley Planing y Mill company ; of
Eugene, capitalized at $50,000.
The - Incorporators are ;. S.; B.
Schneiding. David M. Graham
and ; Curtis Marshall. Other
articles were filed as follows:
Hansen-Keller Truck company,
Portland; .Incorporators, Theo
dore Hansen, Hans Keller, John
C. Shillock; capitalization, $10,
000. ) .; : j ; : '. ';j .
Hawkins & Roberts, Salem; In
corporators, H. M. Kawkins,
Thomas Roberts, O. S. Krebs;
capita lizaUon, ' $50,000. 1 !
Elgin Grain & Storage com
pany. Elgin, Or.; Incorporators,
Jonathan Green. C. E. Merritt,
Jesse ! Crum;: 'capitalization,.
$6000. - ; j ,!-,'
Concrete Products company,
Hillsboro; Incorporators, IL L.
Tucker, W. R; Schulmerlch, Hel
en Tucker; capitalization, $30.
000.' j. -.- i '-'. t
Paulina. White Pine v Lumber
company, Lapine; incorporators,
C. NrThomas, Warren E." Thomas.
J. N.; Masten; capitalization,
$10,000. ... -I-".- j,
Sprague Riverjcompany, Chllo
quln; Incorporators. William M.
Bray,' H. R. Crane. Joseph Thol-'
hofer; capitalization, $2ro,oJOQ.
Notice of Increase in 'capitaliza
tion was filed by the foWbwing
concerns: ;,.;v. ; ,
Phoenix Ironworks, Portland,
$40,000 to $100,000; Nlckumx&
Kelly; Sand & Gravel eompatfy,
Portland, $50,000 .ta $15,000
Mt. Hood Soap company, i Port-x
land,' . $5000 to-$250.000.. 1
- Notice of. dissolution .was- filed
by the Astoria ( Hardware j company.-';
f-'j .-'- ? . I
Prices qaoted are waotesale anl at
prices roeeivea h? fanners. . Ne fiA
pries are gtvaa except as aotsd. '
,8s 1 wseat 81110 - A .
., N 3 wheat 31.08. 'V. ' :- ' t '. -sNe.
8 IUd wheat. sacked, fl.07.
, Cheet har. 330. . : . t
v.; Oat hsy $20032. 7 r I! '
Clover hay. bsled, 321Q22. '1" '
EOOS. BUTTEK AND. MUTTZitAt
Creamery, bolter 1 053.,
: Bntterfst, deltveretL. 62.
! Itilk. 32.45 ewt.
i POUXTBX .
' G14 reosters Sew .
' Breilm - l&e.-- . -Heas.
j- mm, nnij, inc. I
, roaut, mutto AHD MZZT
Jlors, top, 8Q?e. - , r j
; Llv hoc. ..? -. !
'Dressed hoe. I212t. . ...
Toe vesl. dressed, llt&lle. J
lop steers, iiia.
.Oit'i, 7 4J 3e. i
-;.-''! ' ! ratrrca
Baaans lie. I
, lemons 810l0.ft0.
J Navel orinr.i t Tjr7t tK
Califurnia crapafrnit, 84.T5Q5.00.
.i. fjorioa srapeimit. S7U.
Empire rrapea 1 0 tt. .
Cranberries $2 box.
! Dste. 31.75. i
. Jap enK 93 bnaf1.
;i - i 1TDTC
' Walnats 80 lb.
Filbert 80 la.
BratU 15 Ib.i
' i Csaliflower ee-ox , '!
t Le"?e.' I'nP'risI sVllsy, t5.23L
( Hcsd lettuce. 84.25.. ;
1 Tomatoes 83.00. S
I Portland Bnylnj Prices
; i EOOS. POTTLTaT A2TO IIXXTS.
j- BUTTERF AT flRM f
r o.(l charnias; cream. 52(t53e f.'p. fc,
Portlaad; onderrrades. 50051. f '
J , EGGSWEAK !
! Currfnt rereipts S334e; white 'hen
Wiesb 86 38c ; delivered; pallets. 32
33r; Storss 3235e. ! 1
i 1.1 VB POULTBT S'OMINAl.
'tl-csa comsnissioa) Heavv faenv 2e
lb.j do. lis;ht, 13e; springs, 17t(-l&e; eld
rooster. 10c: ducks, white PekiQ, yonns.
1620e; dressed ducks, 0((.2tc; tar
kes.::Xo. 1 dressed. 36 38c; Xo. 2. 21
2e; do live, tiomlnal; geese, I56iiec:
d dressed, l?r21e.. ! t
I ! DRESSED 1 M E ATB-STE A DY
: (Ts . commissioa)- Cbolca liplit ko i,
I2C2124: .Bttderrradt-. i lOfiiii?. .
t-srade veal, li)43ej adr;rade, s 4
I 1 HAT -STEADY
( Dell ver-d Portland) Vslley tlirthy
821 toa: Eastern Oreran timailhv . . .
alfalfa, $21 ton i elover. $21 tou nttiw'.
GliAIX iUIET j
Bid pricea f track Portland In t..
Wheal options $t.l8r,l.27:- Daart or
bletem, 8t.486i 2.00: , . n.t. -ii .,
barley $34; millroa $SI 3l.50ii
1 SttUlT i-
I FKtJlT STEADY
Apple. 60ehS1.50 (irrardin. ....
iety aad pack):: pears 6(irr75c box.
j VEQETAXIfS I
f ' VEGETABLES STEADY
lOrecoa Potatoes. 50(22 60a ewt - n..
csbbag, nominal; parsnips, 31,00 urk
cn-t3LLack ; onions. 81.75(ii2 cwt
ceuliflower, $10il.75doevJr. "
' wool 8rbw I
Hslf blood snd fine. 85fiJ40! the..
etrht her blood. 32 O 33c; eusrtr blood, hi
6i32c:'kw quarter and braid. 254j27a.
matted ar rotted wool. 22 2 Sc.
NOT E Eastern Oreroa. Watsb In rt t
and Idabe ranch elipa briae 8 ia S cen
lass, thaa vallev wool. ) ,
H OPS Q U I kT !
HOPS 1921 crop, aoaainal; be a- Cl