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TOE OREGON STATESMAN.! SALEM, OREGON
FRIDAY IMORNING. FEBRUARY 2, 1923
f : Oregon BtsitnTasnt
1 CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS
I ' . o - . .1.1 .
- a yvr I
far tasertloa e
tree tasc rtions , , &e
oae ""ok (si insertione) 8e
X Math ,. ... 20e
Sll Bath' contract, per no,
. ,ha! MBIIUL HI DIM tl
L gjaiariim lor w; advertisement . 25a
' ITBS INSURANCE s SOCIETT
.. W. H. BurgnardV Jr.
ggsldent Agent 371 State St.
MONEY TO LOAN
' On Real Estate "
"f -' T. FORD
(Orer Ladd A Bash Bank)
GOOD 500 PIANO, $167 A SNAP.
doa't overlook thii; 95 down, $1.40
' per week. ' Tallmsn, Piano Store, 395
- 8. 12th 81.
FOR SALE A MODERN HOME IN
every detail ; east front,' a garage ana
two lota. $560, j
A t-room house, all one floor, $680?
A o-room : house, ' full cement basement';
A 7-room house, corner lot, $190O.
! GOLDEN KCLK .REALTY CO.
Gertrude J. it. Page. 492 N. Cottage St.
j LOST A LADY'S BLACK HAND;
: bag with valuables. Suitable'
K: rwrtrd if returned to Fleming
Realty Office, 341 St at St.
FOR SALE WELL. EQUIPPED RE5--,
tursat in ew intended mill town
good location, no competition ; email
cash payment; reasonable . terms on
balance. Other business requires at
tention. Address 'E?" r Statesman.
LET US WRITE YOUR LIABILITY IN-
sera ace on 7 oar an to or track.. We
have an excellent policy t low cost.
1 f Sundley Foley, AFts Pacific Ant
' Indemnity Exchange. Phone 347.
P WASTED 10 TOCSO COWS. HEAVY
Bilkers, just fresh or to freshen soon.
1 E. F. Long, 160 8. 25th St. Phone
TOW SALE-r-3 TONS OF CLOVER HAY.
$23. J. H. Wright. Rt.f 1. Box 37
t ;NEW TKAD1M5VEBT DAY -Twin
Fall. Idaho lor ; Salem. Modem
1 high das 6-room bungalow with large
" sleepm porch, Price $5000 , and Du-
plex hotlss strictly modem ' rooms
; each rented $43 per month, also $1000
worth-tf other property all clear; trade
'nil or part for Salem property. -
'XL W. JESTJ5S m.JU1 x w.
"iT1. 328 Orefon Building
05E WHITE ROTARY SEWING MA.
ehiae like- new. Geise fc Co., 373
' Court Bt. ,',- ; f -
'ONE PIANO GOOD AS SEW AT GEISE
Ce, 173 Court t.
WOODCUTTERS -WANTED GOOD
i i.t. . fiatam. Phone
ujwawr. a rfww M- ' i
1646W. ' .
POa SALE -J MODERN FIVE-ROOM
house, $2500; terms, mono t.
HERE 'ARE SOME VAWES IN USED
. cars that abaolnUly hea an prices ip
ears. Before yo buy come and aee
' the city. . ' ' '.
,t9 BrUcoe Orerbauled. new paint -
1917 Ford Touring TT"
1917 Che-rolet. spiraj gears in rear 90
:i920 Ford. let -et extras.-
'Many more. t aolect from . j f-
; nipcjnn Anio Fxchanse
FOR SALE SEW FIVE-ROOM flp";
' VhiloVm Sorth 21st etreet; one-hall
- block to State street ar line. Price
. 4000 terms. - . ;
. :, Krueger; v
"ona.e.00 Oreron Building. Phone 217
i 7 ROOSC MODERN BUSOALOWnAS
4 fireplace, furnace, arag: on Mion
' street near Summer. 6O00 2000
' I cash; V yeara em .
; M.J..Hunt ,
i ' FOR SALE TWUROOM HOUSE Cnew
4 and tw lota, $545; $185 cath, balance
" 6o"mpton Real Estate V
V '- -f 469--State Stu.. . A'-r-
1 WASTED WOODCUTTER TO JAKE
eeetree for 100 cords of oak. ESI
' Stitaamsa. , : i " - "". '
WOOD . CUTTERS WANTED TO COT
1WI 00 cords fir and oak- Abrama,
215 South Commercial atreet. ;
NURSE GIVES BATH AND MAS
" saie'in paUenU' homes. For
appointment call 175 S. lth
UMXJt AKD FXMAIX '
. WAXTXD MEN AMD WOMEN Tt-
take farm paper subeerlptlene. A fro
droaa she Paeifle Uomeeteed. Mteamaa
BWg, Salem. .Ore.
GET MARRIED BEST MATRIMONIAL
' : paper jpubUshed. - Free for stamp. Cor
.5 respondent. Toledo. Ohio. .
- BZXSS, PLOWEBS AJTD PETS
'COLLIE PUPS TOR SAXJB -MRS. MAY
. re MoKinney, Turner, Ore. .
FOR SALE COLLIE PUPS E. B.
Flake (Birds PU). 273 Stste.. ;
,f ' " Hkli TAPER ' , j
IF YOU WANT TO GET THE BtW
; farm neper, tend 15e to the PaclfW
i Bomesteed. Salem, Oregon, for a three
f -ntVs' , trial aabaeription. Mentlei
' mW ad. ,
USED CHIOKZRINO GRAND. IN GOOP
shape. Will giro seine termsv. ,U. l
Stiff Furniture Ce.
FOB SALE GOOD USED MAHOGANV
pmne Ut us to 1 sell. Price 83W
terms. H. Ik- Stiff Fernrture Ce. M
" : sle denartment , :- " 1 '' '
1 WOOD '
FOR DRY ) WOOD
PHOSE ? QUERY,
FOR SALE 16-INOH - BIG OLD -TEL.
' low fir. Fhoae I7F2. - y-
FOR SALE GOOU
. Call 1582J. V :
DRY OLD. FIR.
' FOR SALE IS INCH OLD FIR. 4 FT.
dry. second Growth. AUo ; oak. Phehe
' FREE ABOUT 50 CORDS WOOD FOR
. . -the cutting Near $Tsrel roadV 3 milea
ast of Brooks. O. P. Miller, Route 0,
f"- $Best Grade Mill Wood -
A . T Peer It. and IS-inch dry mill wood.
Pnr ft. trsen mill wood.
f Prompt delivery end reasonable prieee. i
MFred E. Wella, 805 8. Church, Phone
MAMMOTH BRONZE TURRETS
Some excellent torn and hena for aale.
P. J. Thouiason, Turner, Ura.
-OUIrKYME.V 8R.NI EIGHT TWO
cent stamps for special three months
trial lor to- twat mud oldeat journal in
the west. The articles and advertise
meats are of special interest to the
poultry v breeders of the , Northwest.
' Northwest Poultry Journal, 211 Com-
' er-ial atreet. Siiem. Oregon.
THE FEBRUARY VICTOR RECORDS
are o sale today. Moore'a Music
Honse. 413 Court. Phone 983.
FOR SALE .MALE FOX TERRIES
pups; also few cords of aawed oak
wood. Phone 58F12.
COME IN AND HEAR THE NEW Vic
tor records. Moore'a Music House, 415
Court street. Phone 883. ,
FOR SALE GEARHEART KNITTING
machine; 2041 SL Church. Phone
FUR SALE OLD NEWSPAPERS, 10
eeata a bundle. Circulation department.
, Oregon Statesman.
DOUBLE WEAR SHOES FACTORY TO
wearer, cheap. W. G. Converse, 898 S.
14th. Home Sundayt.
Beautiful Oregon Rose
and eleven other Oregon songs, together
with n fine collection of pa trio tie songs,
sacred songs and many old-time fsvor
ALL FOR 25e
Special prices in quantity lota)
"specially adaptable for aebooL eonuana
tty or home singing. Send for s
Western Songster ;
78 psges, now la its third edition.
1 - Published by I
OREGON TEACHERS MONTHLY
SIS Oowswrrial Rt Haleaa. Or
APARTMENT FOR RENT. Phone 2056J.
APARTMENT FOR RENT,. 801 NORTH
FOR RENT UNFURNISHED MODERN
five-room flat at 6SU Ferry St. $35
s month Call at Statesman business
, office, or phone 23.
FOR RENT FURNISHED MODERN
five-room flat, at 664 Ferry St. $50
a month. - Call at Statesman business
- office, or phone 23.
FOB RENT 7-ROOM FURNISHED
house; close in. Phone 1563M.
MODERN FURNISHED HOUSE FOR
rent. Inquire Mr. Stiff at Stiff Fur
( niture Co. ;
FOR RENT ONE FIVE-ROOM FTRN
ished bouse: one five-room unfurnished
house. J. H. Lautermsn. Hotel Argo.
FURNISHED ROOMS FOR RENT 5C3
North High. ,
FOR RENT THREE FURNISHED
. housekeeping rooms; 730 N. Front St.
FOR- RENT SUITE ! OF TWO ROOMS
for kHging Hot water, heat, bath tub.
Ncs. 27 and 28 Brcjmsn block)
FOR RENT FURNISHED ROOM. Mod 1
- era. Mrs. Henry Rows, 580 North 12U
THREE HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS: NO
children. Call in afternoon; 715 Cen
ter atreet. t- '-,:
s .:, PIANOS '
NEW PIANO FOR RENT $6 PER MO.
H. L. 8tif ( Furniture Co.
LOST AND FOUND
LOST DOCTORS' BROW- LEATHER
bag. J Reward for return to Dr. C. A.
"Downs. .; - I ; - f
WANTED FURNITURE, TOOLS. ETC.
- Phone 511 : . -
WANTED TO BUY HOUSEHOLD FUR
aitura, - toots.'. - misoellaneous articles
Phone . 1446V -,. - - , -
WANTED FCRN1TURB. TOlLa MA
ehinery. stock, etc. Will buy for cash
"or ' sell on eommission. phone 31 1
Woodry.. the auctioneer.-
WANTED EVERYTHING IN HARD
ware and fumHure. Beet prices paid
f THB CAPITAL HARDWARS
h FURNITURE CO.
IIS W. rymwrr-lsl W Wiw
AUCTIONEER F. N. WOODRY. THE
uvaetoca, lurniturw, raa. watat auc
tioneer. Phone Ml for sale dates
1 Res. 1810 N. Summer. .;
AUCTIONEER OF FARM AND PER
eoAal property. G. Setterlee. leu
Commercial St.. room St, over People's
r Cash Store. Reeideaee phone 1311-J.
j Office phone 480. i . . :
COL. J. B, GABLE AUCTIONEER
farm and city sales, 1V 8. High
Phone 1448. ' i .-. i
- f t . ACETYXENR WEUDUfO
IRON STEEL. BRASS. ALUMINUM
Bring the pieces. Oxo-Gas Heating Oo.
Auto f Directory
lOOD USED CARS GINGRICH MO
, r, Co $71 Court.
BERT I JONES MOTOR CO.. HUPMO
bUe dealer. Stste St. at Front. 'The
car of the American family."
AUTO :TOPS Curtains
to order;' prices reasonable-.
, f 3 . kl 1 1 .
VUTO OWNERS ' LOOK I TIME TO
have that car repainted. Come in and
iwok over our work. On account of the
-i . x- j c. i ih tt will
be con tinned. Reliance Auto Painting
Oo 819 State, cor. Front St. eecond
- floor. Phone 937.
rr pATTERY AND ELECTRICIAN 1
A - CAMEL-IZED- BATTERY .NEVER
. needs a drink. C M. Carlson, .349 N.
Commercial Bt-t Sslem. Ore.
-X TO. BARTON EX IDE BATTERIES,
starter end generator work. 171 8
, ; Commercial - . ' -' : '.
PRESTO-LITE BATTERY 8ERVICE
ttatioB. Kxyvt battery- and electrical
urk. Sam, rs Phone 1804. 41"
i CourV:.. n.:'-'.-...'; i I '. :
AUTO ' ELECT RICIAfr;- EXPERT TROU
Lie slMMuing. 213 N. High. Phone 303
: BICYCLES AND REPAIRING
tuLOTD E. ' RAMSDBN DAYTON BICY
etoe end repairing. 887 Court. .
WHITNEY. EMMONS , CARS -.WASH-ed
and polished. Olssoa's Auto s-
Change. Phone 0t. ; - "e-i-,.-
RADIATOR a rEHDER REPAIR
RADIATORS r FENDERS, ' BODIES,
made or Repaired. J. 0. Bair. 341
8TORAGB. $3.30 MONTHLY. DEAD
storage $3 oo irenthly Ferry St. Gar
age, 544 ,ltrry.
TIRES AND ACCESSORIES
TIRES, ACCESSORIES. ALKMITE SER
vice, oiis, gceasea of quality, right
prices Tompkins A Heine, 210 N.
USED PARTS 11 to 1-2 OFF. MIKE'S
Auto wrecking House. 424 North
CommeretaL Phone 528.
A. C. HAAG A CO.. 444 FERRY ST.
Phone 210. Cletrae tractors, Oliver im
plements USED CARS
USED" CARS BOUGHT
or sold on commission
storage. Oleeen's Auto
WANTED OLD CARS. MAXWELLS!.
Chevrolets end Fords. Micke Soder
Wrecking House, 424 X. Commercial.
FOR SAI E 1919 CHEVROLET IN
fine mechanical condition and good
rubber. Price $225. asy terms. Hee
car at 349 N. Commercial St.
GOOD USED CARS AT BARGAIN
Ford Sedan ...$275
Ford Coupe ... - 450
Ford Truck - 250
Ford Tractor 250
1920 Ford Touring 4.... 25(
1920 Ford Delivery 2"0
1920 Chevrolet Touring . 22
1918 Studebaker Six 150
Dodge Delivery, like new 450
And many others of various makes
High Street at Trade Phone 1841
GOOD BARGAINS FROM AN AUTHOR
IZED FORD DEALER
1918 Ford Touriag . . $ 75
1917 Ford Touring
1918 Ford Touring
1919 Ford Touring
1920 Ford Touring
1920 Ford Touring
1920 Ford Coupe -
1920 Ford Coupe
1919 Ford Roadster
1920 Ford Roadster
1920 Ford Sedan
1920 Ford truck body and cab
1920 Ford truck body and cab .. 375
Atk about our Easy Payment Plan ;
VALLEY MOTOR CO.
260 N. High - Phone 1995
CARPET AND FLUFF RUGS
NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC WE NOW
weave fluff rugs made out of old ear
pets, any length or width you desire.
We also re-fit. re-sew and aUe carpets
Feather renovating and mattress steam
ing and re-making. Salem 'Carpet
Cleaning and Fluff Rug Works. Phone
CARPET AND RUG. WEAVING
RAG CARPET AND RUG WEAVING
Call before 9 SX m. 84F21.
ACME. CHOCOLATE SHOP "JUST
Candy." Strictly homemade. 1318
CHIMNEY SWEEPING FURNACE
cleaning. F. Councilman. Phone 089
CLEANERS AND DYERS
SPICK 'N SPAN . CLEANERS AND
dyers. Phone 195. . t -
SALEM CLEANERS AND DYERS
Suits cleaned snd .pressed, $1.50
Suits sponged and ' pressed, 50e
1215 8. Com'L Phone 1861
KREWEB DRUG CO. 405 COURT
PImos 184. -
'M. NE1UEYER "JUST DRUGS,"
175 N. Commercial, phone 187.
r , ELECTRICIANS
SAI KM ELECTRIO CO MASONIC
buUdg. Phone 120O. "
ELECTRIO FIXTURE , AND SUPPLY
Co. Pbohe 1934., 228 N. Liberty.
HALIKS ELECTRIO 8HOP ELEC
trieal machine repairing, eontracvinK.
837 Court, i Phjne 48Se
ARCHIE FLEENEJt, ELECTRICIAN
House Wiring by -hour or contract.
. Estimates furnished. Phone 930, 414
LOANS ON THE EASY PAYMENT
. plan, can repay at any time without
-extra charge, .417 Oreron Bldg. -
MARION-POLK. COUNTY FARM LOAN
association' hne money to loan at 64
W. D Smith, a ecrrtary -treasurer, not
T3alera Bank of Commerce.
' X have for sale a few shares of choice
BANK STOCK AT 3110
Informstion eonfidentisl and in person
only. Call Thursday or Friday.
-. i ,
A. C. Borhnstedt
407 Masonic Temple . Salem, Oregon
CUT FLOWERS AND FLORAL PIECES.
Delivery. C. F. Breithsupt, florist.
12$ North Liberty street. Phone 8 So
8EAGROVK FOB FURNACES PIPE
snd pipeiess; Z98 8. 12th St. Phone
- 885W. 4
GIESE FURNITCRK" CO. QUALITY
furniture for leee money. S78 Goer
- Phona 484
PEOPLE'S FURNITURE STORE NEW
. and second band furniture. 871 M
Ladies' Wearing Apparel
SPENCER CORSETS TO ORDER
Dressmaking. Carrie Fisher. McOor
WANTED DRESSMAKING; 809 N.
SALEM ELITE; HEMSTITCHING,
nieatioe btns. s,""inin' and eeedle
wort. 329 Oregon Bldg. Phone 373.
MRS. C. E. MILLER HEMSTITCHING,
stamping buttons. Room 10, over Mil
ler 'a store. Phone 117.- - . -. r :
"MILLERS" GOOD GOODS HEM
stitching snd fsncy work parlors; gusr
antee good work and quick service. Dit
rect over Miller's store, to the right of
W. J. MAYER LADIES TAILORING;
long coats, and suit. Roeem 7, MeCor
naek Bldg. Phone 692 .
CAPITAL HOTEL CORNER, STATE
, end Commercial Phone 030
ARLINGTON HOTEL CLEAN, COSY;
ft0e np. 462 State.
SALEM LAUNDRY COMPANY. S18 8.
Liberty atreet. Phone 25. Old.
lara-eat bMt. Eatabliahvil
CAPITAL CIT HTfcAM LAUNDRY
Quality work, prompt ear vies. 1384
Broadway. Phone 165
MOUNTAIN BALM COUGH REMEDY
ED. CHA STAIN CLOTHING CO. SUITS
snd overoosts. Use my stem: It pays
Si5 State St
THE CROSS AUTOMATIC ELECTRIC
Steam boilnrs. volcamxers and tube
plates. Perry O. Campbell. 317 N.
H. AND M. CO. BP KOI ALT Y lilUM
era and welders. Automotive aorviee.
490 Ferry. Phone 804.
WECHTER SMITH MACHINISTS,
engineers, welders. Hesld cylinder
grinding service. ' Phone 502-345 F-r
SALEM CONSERVATORY. OF MUS10
All branches taught, dipleioaa granted
John K. Sites, director. 1237 Court
A COURSE IJi BUSINESS PIANO
playing. Popular syncopated-standard
'music. Semi-classics and ballads; 12
lessons. I Waterman Piano School, Mc
I MTJSIO STORES
GEO. C. WILL PIANOS. PHONO
graphs, sewing machines, sheet music
and piano atudies. Repairing phono
graphs and aewing machine. 482
SAUL JANZ EXPERT REPAIRMAN ON
1 all makes of, talking machines, band
and string instruments. Call, write or
phone 983, Moore's Muic House. 415
Court St. Satisfaction gusrsnteed
EDWARD WELP EXPERIENCED
- piano tuner. Leave orders Will's
JACK CLEMENT SALEM'S OLD
piano tuner, is bsck. Call, write or
phone 1774, the Song Shop, opposite
the Court House.
IIUU& ivon Ubu risau evrn a;
vi.im u -:w si l Btf
rurniture vo musio xieot.
SHERMAN. fT 4Y' A CO PIANOS
Penw. Duo-Art and orhera. Moore's
. Music HouseJ415 Court street.
FOR SAtE WALNUT TREES, 1721
FRUIT. NUT AND SHADE TREES
Pesrey's 237 State.
COMPLETE LINE TREES 8MAL1
fruits, ornamentals. Capital City Nnr
aery Co 426 Oreron Bldg. Phone 76
FRUIT TREES AND ' SHRUBBERY
Grafted walnut, cherry and Italian
prunetreea. E A. Bennttt Nursery- Co.,
2233 Fairgrounds rosd. Phone 1280.
CHOICE SMALL FRUIT PLANTS
Strawberry. blackberry. blackcap,
berry, currant, grape, loganberry, red
raspberry. Also asparagus, rhubarb.
etc Ward K. Richardson, 2305 No.
Front. Phone 494.
PAPER HANG Hi CI AND PAINTTNO ;
PHONE GLENN ADAMS FOR HOUSE
decorating, paper hanging, tinting, stc
TEN CENT KALSOMISE IN BEAUTI
fal colors: $1 does. room. Max O.
- Buren. 179 N. Com'K
GRABEB BROS. PLUMBING AND
heating; general, repairs; Phone 550,
141 8. Liberty.
PLUMBING REPAIRING AND COIL
Work. Phone 1397-J. Shop. 137
I'aioa street. A. L. Oodfrev.
SECOND HAND GOODS
SALEM BARGAIN HOUSE BUYS AND
sells sew-ond-hsnd furniture. Tool and
Junk. 320 N. Commercial Phone 4!J.
'WANTED EVERYTHING IN CIX5TH
' tng and shoes. Best price paid. Cap-
i iial Exchange. . 842 N Cominereial
Phone 13M.W - . .. a
" SCA VBffllBl
SALEM BCAVKNUERS OA KM AG K.
refuse of sll kinda removed. Cesspooli
cleaned. Phone 167 or 1595 W
SOOS SCAVENGER SERVICE (PUC
eeseor to Neal Scavenger) Garbage end
refaee of all kinds removed by the
month. Reasonable rales. Phones:
Office 529. residence 2054.
PARKER'S STAGE LINES
J W. Parker- General Uuutr
f Central Stage Terminal' Salem, Oregon
Loaves Salem, Central Stage Terminal:
7 a. m U s. m.. 5 p. ra
Leaves Silverton. News Stand:
8 a. m., l p. m.. 6 p. m.
Leaves Ssl.m Central Stage Terminal:
7 a. m., 9 a. m. , 11 a. m 3 p. m
5 o. ra.
Leaves Monmouth, Monmouth Hotel:
8:15 a. m.. 1 p. m.. 6:15 p. m.
Leaves Independence, Beaver HoteL,
8:80 a. ra, 10 a m. 1:15 p. ra, 4 p. m
We make connections st Salem to sH
parts of the rolls. Extra trips b
' appointment. 1
J. W. PARKER. General Man aev
STOVES AND STOVE REPAIRING
STOVFS REBUILT AND REPAIRED
40 years' experience. Depot Nations'
fence, sixes 26 to 23 Inches high
Paint, oils and varnishes, etc. logaa
berry and hep books. Salem fence sod
Stove Works 250 Court street. Phone
CAPITAL CITY TRANSFER CO. 226
Stste St. Phone 933. Distributing,
forwarding and storage oar specialty
Get oer rate
WK MOVE. STORE AND SHIP HOU8F
'hold goods. Our specialty is pian-
and furniture me vine. We also make
- country trips. . W.e handle the beat
' coal and wood. Call on na for prices
We, give! good measure, good quality
and rood service.. Lsrmer Trsnsfe
CWt Phone B30
J VARIETY STORES
SALEM VARIETY STORE pHIN
ware, glssswsrs, toys, notions, and mil
8ALEM WATER. LIGHT A POWTB CO.
Office, 801 South Commercial St. Ten
, per cent discount en domestic Hat
rates paid in advance. No deduction
for absence or nv cauee unlese water
is shut off your premiset.
PHONE 1131. ED
UNITED 8PANI8H WAR VETERANS.
Camp 5, Armory, First, third Mendays.
FREEMAN A STKUBLK. 810 BANK OF
Commerce Bltlg. .
SALEM AMHII.AXCE SERVICE
Phono : r:i ?. Liberty..
DR. S. P. SCOTT, GRADUATE KA
tioaal L'liiversily tr-nes. Chicago.
Masonic Temple. Phono 6411.
DR. WILLIAMS CORNS, CALLOUSES,
ingrown nails; all foot troubles. Price
Shoo Co. Phone 616.
LR. 8. I. SMITH, CHICROPRACTOR.
322 Oregon Bl.lg. Phone 604,
1U. LENA A. BOONK, L'HI ROPKACTOR,
475 S. Cotnu.er.-ial. , Hours lo to 12:
1 to 5. Phuno 1415;
DRS. SCOTT A SCOFIELD, .P. S. C,
Chirvpra-tors, 414-1-0 U. S. Bank B!dg.
Phone 87; res. 828 li.
tR. H. L. HUM CUKES AS Y KNOWN
disease. 158 Hish St.; phone 283
MAGNETIC IIKAI 1NG DR. A. L.
Frantz. Acute and chronic diseases.
Phone 780.. 25-28 Breyman Block.
SAi.KM MOKTL'AKY. FUNERAL DIKEG
tors, 210 C filer. Phone 1656.,
MHRlo- OPTI' O SUITE 801.
304 Oregon Building.
GLASSES FITTED BY THE' BOyV Op
tical Co., 32S State atreet, opposite
Ladd A Bush Baak. ."Use Viaaiity
Proven ph n r one."
DR. A. SLAUGHTER ACUTE AND
chronic dUeaaes. 415 Oregon Bldg.
DRS. WHITE AND MARSHALL 206
U. 8. Bank Bid.
DR. FOSTER 404 OREGON BLDG.
Phones 756. 224 J.
DR. W. L. MERCER OSTEOPATHIC
physician and surgeon. Kirksville
radaato. 404 405 U. 8. National Bank
Ida. Phone, office 919: Tea. 614
DR. JOHN L, LYNCH OSTEOPATHIC
Physician and Sorgeon, 403-404 Ore
gon Bldg. Phones, office 1894; res.
DR. O. H. .KENT. OSTEOPATHIC PHY
sician and surgeon, 408-9 Mssonie
Temple. Phones: office 16; residence
BROKEN ARCHES AND OTHER DE
formities of the feet corrected without
lose of time from your occupation.
Dra. White A Marshall. U. S. Bank
Bldg, 5 '
FOR SALE MY 1 6-ROOM ' HOME AT
1030 Chemeketa atreet. Well adapted
for rooming. Phone 1280.;
Wood's Bargains . -
Nine-room house close in, $1500. Six
room house, bearing fruit trees, good
location, $1700. Want a good car as
payment on bungalow and . two acres.
Want a good bouse as payment on a
choice 50-acre farm - close to Salem.
F. L.' Wood. 841 State St.
Portland income and residence property
in exchange for farms, orchards snd
lands in the Valley. oCme and aee usj
- we may do yoy a service.
"The Fleming Realty Co.
341 Stste St.
5 ROOM NEW BUNGALOW, MODERN
conveniences, finished in old ivory, ga
7 -room honse on Union street in two
apartments, modern conveniences, one
side well furnished. $2750. v
Pettyjohn & Mouser
216 Oregon Bldg Phone524
Best Buys and Exchanges
10 acres, walnuts snd (prunes, 10 years
old, in good conditions, crop lsst sea
son 2500 lbs. walnuts and 3000 lbs.
dried prunes. Price $5500 $350p
cash, balance mortgage back.
5 acres bearing walnuts, $1750 cash.
240' acres, all cultivated, well improved.
Will take Salem or Portland income
or residence property for ail or part,
price $24,000. '
ANDERSON5 A RUPERT
406-7 Oregon Bldg.
RETIRING WOULD TRADE WELL
j- improved 170 acre Linn county farm
for modern home. W. C. Denton, Leb
anon. FOR SALE OR TRADE 80 ACRES IN
Lincoln county, 3 miles west of Kern
ville. Price $3000; Box 88 Monmouth,
FOR 8ALE OR RENT 84 ACRES
garden land at Stay ton; family or
chard and buildings. A; T. Brewer,
Fall Creek, Oregon,' owner.
HOTEL FOR SALE CASH. GOOD
business. Sell on account of age. E.
C. Baker, Box 263, Turner.
, Wonderful Buy
Strictly modern and well built bungalow.
6 rooms. ' full basement, furnace, fire
place, electricity; all the built-ins. pa
rage, two lots; immediate possession,
only $1900 down: price $4000 for a
quick deal. See Childs A Bechtel. 540
TO EXCHANGE 94 -ACRE -CHICKEN
farm, .well equipped, good buildings;
stock end tools and 700 laying hens.
' This place is well located, only two
blocks, from high school. Price $6500.
Will trsde for Salem property or small
tract near Salem. i
331 y State Street. t v
FOR TRADE 50 ACRES, 6, MILES
out; 45 plow land; good 5 room house
with basement, good, barn, well and
springs. 1 Equipment goes with it. Will
take a- property in town 1 up to$4000.
! See J. A,- Mills
: J , 331 4 State St.
Fine modern bungalow jrfth' basement and
furnace on S. . Commercial St, Price
$4200. , ' J
6-room horns close la on n. Commercial
St. Price $5000; immediate, possession.
Fine east front on 8. .Commercial St.
Price $850; sire 50x14. svear Lincoln
One half acre tracts near Englewood
sehooL Price $600, easy terms.
5-aere tracts ease on Asylum road. Price
$1500; easy terms.
Real Estates and Fire Insurance
W. H. Grabenhorst & Co.
275 State St. ' - - U. S. Baak Bldg.'
More Development in For
eign and Economic Situ
ation is Awaited
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NEW YORK, Feb. 1. Little
progress was made by today's
stock market whick seemed to be
marking time pending, more defi
nite developments In the domestic
business 'and foreign political and
economic Fituations. Prices gen
erally ruled within narrow and
irregular limits with the profes
sionals doing most. of the trading
and the so-called outsiders show
ing no disposition to either buy
or selbat present prices.
Some selling took place at the
start in response to another break
in he Durant motors and related
i.'-sues, but it was confined princi
pally to motors, chemicals and
a few specialties. Continued
heaviness of continental exchange,
and a higher renewal rate for call
money influenced -bearish senti
ment, but the "shorts" brought
out comparatively little stock and
sufficient buying support was
forthcoming . to steady the list.
Trading was dull on the rally.
There were few conspicuous
strong spots in the industrial and
Announcement of another in
crease of 25 cents a barrel In
Pennsylvania crude prices and an
increase of 10 cents a barrel in
the price of bunker fuel oil In
New York harbor were the prin
sipal items of trade news.
Trade in rails was sluggish, a
few dividend paying issues show
ing rigns of heaviness.
Call money opened at 4 per
cent and then advanced to 5.
Time money rates were unchang
ed at 4 bid and 4 asked with
a few long term loans being ar
ranged at the higher figure and
some shorter maturities Teported
at 4 per cent. Interior institu
tions are making more- inquiries
Notice is hereby given that I
have impounded the following de
scribed dogs in compliance with
Ordinance No. ,1404, to-wit: One
fox .hound, white and- tan color.
One large, black cockerel spaniel
with brown feet. One fox ter
rier, bobtail, white and tan spot
ted. One large collie dog, with
collar; long bushy hair. The
above described dogs will be kill
ed if not redeemed by owners, on
or before February 3, 1923, as
provided in said Ordinance.
W. S. LOW,
I PORTLAND MARKETS
B CTTERP AT 4e LOWER
No. 1 . churning cream. 49c- f. o. b.
Portland; undergrade. 46c.
Current receipts, 25 $i 26c ; white hen
neries, 2829e delivered; pullets, 25c;
LIVE POULTRY SLUGGISH
(Less commission) Heavy hens. 20
21c lb.; do light, 14c; springs, 15lGc;
old roosters, 10c; ducks, whit Pekin.
yonng, 17JB18c; dressed duek, 202lr;
turkeys. No. 1 dressed, 31W33c; geese,
live, 15tn!l6c; do dpessed, 20c.'
DRESSED MEATS FIRM
(Less commission) Choice light hogs.
13c; undergrades, 1012e: top grade
vesl, 14 12(315 l-2cj undergrade. 13
HAY AND GRAIN
(Delivered Portland) Valley timothy,
$2122 ton: Eastern Oregon timothey,
823 ton; alfalfa. $2123 ton; clover.
C20 ton; siraw, $10S( H ton; grain hay,
$2122 ton. i , .
GRAIN SLOW WEAK
Bid prices (Iraclt Portland in car
lots.)-Wheat options, $1.20(1.27;
Baart or bluestem, nominal: cash rlnh,
$1.201.30; oats, nominal; Eastern yel
low corn, nominal; barley, nominal; mill
I FRUIT STEADY
Apple. 50eA$1.5Oi (according fc va
riety and pack); peajrs d'Anjou, $1.25
1.50 box. . i
Oregon potatoes. 50 66c cwt.; Oreg""
cabbage, H4a lb. ;.- parsnips, 7i0ife
sack; carrots, 75c sack; onions. $1609
1.75 cwt.; e;auliflower$1.25t-50 dozen.
1 - HOPS
Hods 1021 crop." nominal, new crop.
'5g'8o lb. I -
Half blood and fine. 35?iV40e; thre
eighths blood. 32(3 3 V; quarter blood.
30W32e; low quarter and braid, 25
27c; matted or clotied wool, 22(ff25e.
(NOTE Easternj Oregon, Washingtan
and Idaho, rsnch cljp bring 2 to 3 rents
less than valley woel. )i
SALEM MARKETS I
Prices quoted are wholesale - and are
prices . received by, farmers. No retail
prices are" given except as noted.'
No. 1 wheat f 1.10.
No. 2 wheat $lj03.
No. 3 Red wheat, sacked, $1.07. '
Cheet hay. $20. j
Oat hay $20?22j.
Clover hav. baled, $21 22.
EGGS, BUTTER AND BUTTERFAT
Eggs, . wholesale, 24c. ,
Creamery butteri 48 50c
Bntterfat. delivered. 48 52c.
Milk, $2.45 cwt.i f .
Leghorns, Springers, 13fM5c
Broilers. 15c. 1
Hens, light, 12e.j
Hens, heavy. IK
FORK. MUTTON AND BEEF
Hogs. top. 144L
Live hogs, 9c. j
Ileavv rough, 6fjy6tAe;
Dressed hoge, 12;Q12l&e.
Top veal, dressid.s 12 I3c.
Top steeTS, 13c
Bansnss lie. ; :. !
Navel . oranges $3.50ff 4.7S
Florida grawefrnit. $7 7.50.
Dates. 83.75 3.75.
Beets, carrots, ttimins, $1( per dox
Wolnnts 20c .Ih.;
Filberts 20e lb.
Almonds 20c lb.
Brazil, 15e lb.
for commercial paper, the bulk of
best names going to 4 per cent.
Demand sterling -advanced
nearly a cent, to 4.66, but the
continental exchanges were some
what reactionary, French francs
again selling under 6 cents.
Probability of Lenroot Farm
Bill Passing .Senate.
Adds impetus . - .
CHICAGO, Feb. 1. ;Vheat
showed a .notable tendency to
climb to a higher . price level
today after general acceptance
was given to an opinion that tho
Llenroot fafm credit bill would
pass the senate tomorrow. The
Lmarket closed unsettled, at. 1-4
1 tc .1 1-Sc. gain with -May $1.17
7-8 to $1.18, and July $i.iz i-e.
Corn finished half at 5-8 to 3-4c.
ui and oats up 1-4 to 3- ; at
l-2c. . Provis!ons finished at 6
cents to 12 scents t decline.
At first the wheat market
selling was . based on downturns
in Liverpool quotations and on
a big increase ofshlpmehts from
j Argentina as well as because .of
favorable . crop conditions in
most e of the domestic ; winter
vhcat belt.. On the decline In
prices, however, offerings dimin
ished, and many traders, espe
cially traders who were short,
turned to the buying side of the
market, influenced in the main
by- talk which was current that
the enactment of ' the - Lenroot
bill could only be discounted
through an' advance in price for
all grain. '
Corn and oats movevd tip with
wheat. It was said Argentine
reins had turned out to e In
sufficient. - .' :
Provisions were lower with
hogs, although grain strength
led to some uying. -
LIVERPOOL. W 1. Close:
Wheat, May 9s, 5 l-2d; 3-8d
lower; , March 9s, 6 l-2d, 3-4d
MINNEAPOLIS, Feb. 1 .
Wheat, cash. No. 1 northern,
$1.16 at 11.26; May 11.18; July
$1-17. ' '. ' '
BUENOS AIRES. Feb.1 1
Opening, wheat Marcji $1.17 1-2,
down 1-2; May $1.19 1-2, un-
NEW YORKT, Feb. 1. Evapo
rated apples dull; prunes quiet;
apricots, and peaches steady.
PORTLAND, Feb. 1. Butter:
Prints extras ' 48cr cubes extras
46; prime - firsts 45c; butterfat,
Portland delivery:. No. i sour
cream, 49c. - :
Potatoes: Buying price lo
cals, 50 60c; selling price 63
75c. ; -. -
; Adele Garrison's New Phstse of
Revelations df a wife
THE CURIOUS FREAK OF VAN
DALISM MADGE'S LETTERS
' - ' 1 - '" '
"Oh, Lillian!" I sobbed, strain
ing away from her encircling
armji. J't Cahnot bear it. Look!"
Her clasp upon me tightened.
"I know, dear." Her voice was
low and soothing. "But yoo can
do nothing to help matters now
until the bouse has been warmed.
Come on down and start the fur
nace, and then we will go over to
"I must put- some of these
things back first, Lillian." I said
obstinately. 'It seems to me ex
actly as if my little mother's
grave had been despoiled by
She released me instantly. .
"But you will hurry, won't
you?" she coaxed. .
"I know I can start that fur
nace," Edith Fairfax said, and de
spite my dislike of the girl I
couldn't help paying tribute to the
delicacy of feeling which impelled
her to take herself away from mv
grief over my wrecked keepsake
"Of course you can." Lillian's
response was prompt and grateful.
"I'll just run down with you to
make sure no bogies are lurking
in the.. cellar, and then I'll leave
you at the furnace throttle and
come back to Madge."
Regarding the! Wreckage.'
They went out of the room, and
I surmised that Lillian's real rea
son for accompanying Edith was
to assure herself that the furnace
pipes had not been tampered
with. In matters of this sort she
never trusts any eyes but h?r
own. She probably also thought
that it would be better for me to
be entirely alone for a-minute or
two, although she knows that Is
any sorrow or joy! that comes fo
me her presence is no more an In
trusion than that of my. It (tie
mother would be "It she weie
alive. ' " '
Before they had fairly left tha
room I was down on my knees iu
the motley heap! into which my
most prized treasures had , been
flung.. There was nothing of in
trinsic value! in the trunk I had
taken my mother's modest pieces .
of jewelry and her old thin silver
to my safety deposit box ih the
bank before leaving hut her let
ters, pictures, old documents, Iho
few letters Dicky had written to
me during the whirlwind court
ship, little cherished souvenirs of
my mother, my baby and my hu
band all had been torn out of
their careful wrappings and
thrown on. the floor.
For a dazed minute or two I
could do nothing but gaze dumb
ly at them, and let my eyes roam
from heap to heap in a futile ef
fort to determine what was mis
sing. I had not yet begun sorting
them when Lilian came into th
room, breathlessly, as if she had
' "l .knew you couldn't have be
gun i disturbing them , yet," she
said. . "And 1 wanted to be Aere
when you .did. I don't mind tell-' ,
tng you that this trunk is most
significant to me. The contents of
the others, while 1 dumped out .
have not been , treated in this
Lilian Has a Clue. -
. She picked up a crumpled and
torn piece of heavy letler paper
as she spoke, and held it, out to
me with her eyes carefully avert
ed from the writing upon It.
"Would you mind telling m'i
from whom this letter is?", she
said. 'Also tell me just what' ha
been, done to it."
I took it from her with a hand
that trembled. '
. 'It is one of 'Dicky's letters to
me, torn In two"," ".I said, then I
held it toward her Impulsively.
"There is nothing here which
you cannot see, Lillian," I said'
earnestly. "Think of the profane
eyes that must have been reading .
them." . '" -j-, -
"Don't ' think of it," she re
turned bluntly. -It will do yoa
no good. Just look at this."
She had smoothed out the
crumpled piece of paper a part
of a letter from which the other
part had been torn and as shi
held it up I saw that it had been
slashed or punched as with a
knife or stilletto.
"May I ask you a great favor,
Madge?" Lillian asked gravely,
- "You know that," I returned.
"Then please do nothing, with
these things until It Is warm, and
I have time to help you. I want
to go over them all, and I don't
want any one of them straighten
ed out until I can be wlt you to
tabulate them. May I not lock tha
door and leave the room undis
turbed? No one else can see it.
If the house gets warm and is
aired sufficiently by tonight we
might sleep here -Marion could
stay . over at Mrs. - Durkee's, an-;
then you and I could' sort .tbesi .
things at our leisure."
. I saw that there was eomeinint
vital behind the curious requeM
that she had made, and my confi
dence In her as well as my affecs
tlon for her made me respond
"You know that I will do, what
ever you wish, dear girl."
; "Thank you." .
1 She put out her hand, drew ma
up from the floor, and ' moved
with me toward the door. I lock
ed it with much the feeling of
covering, a grave. , I ',
"Now.said Ullian briskly, and
I knew that ' she meant to keep
my mind away from that locked
roam,"let8 see how Edith ts get
ting along with that furnace! ' j
(To be continued tomorrow ,
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