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THE OREGON STATESMAN. SALEM. OREGON
SATURDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 3, 1923
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fElB INSURANCE 6QCIBTT
W. H. Burghardt, Jr.
, Resident Agent S71StaU St.
MONEY TO LOAN
On Real Estats
T. K. FORD - V
Orer Ladd & Bash Bank)
. MATTER LEE, AUCTIONEER. PHONE
430-121 U ; 180 a. Com s; room 21.
AS.T BURLAP ORE EJf. BROWN, BLUE
f aad aatursl, 23e yard. Max O. Bureu,
17 fi. com i. -
FOR RENT THREE-ROOM APART
4 amt, clean sad furnished; 1833 Cen-
, M mtrMt PtiAR. QA73U
S A NTT AS FOR WALLS AND TABLES,
washable, beautiful. . Max O Buren,
a? 179 N Com'l : s i ;
EXTRA HEAVY FIBER CHAIR SEATS,
S3e and np. .Max v. Buren, 179 A.
RAINBOW DRAPERIES SILK. BEAU-
I i tfnl goods. S3. 50 yard. Max O. Boren,
179 fi. Cm'I. --.-"
I LOST LADIES' BLACK LEATHER
a : bar containing1 check book and some
small money. Mrs. : Max Buren, 745
, ii i ii i 1 . " " iinii i ' M
VtD CHOPPERS WANTED GOOD
r Umber, loaf Job, 228 Oregon bid.
FOR SALE 1918 - CHEVROLET IN
V wl running order. . tots ef extras,
god tires, 1923 license; $175, terms
i CM.varison, 349 x. coa l uu
aMOXXY tO LOAN' DERRICK REALTY
. to tsaom a over nggry-w lggiy more.
APPLES. DELIVERED, T5e PER BOX. 1
Three, for $2. . Spitsenbergt, Coos
"River and. VanderpooL iGood l potstoee,
7 5e per hundred lbs Wsrd K. Rich-'
ardsoa, 2395 N. Front Phone 494.
823 PLAYER PIANO-f-LIKE NEW,
with rolls and bench, 8869; $10 down,
par wees;. .
Good $000 plan. $167 A snip. Don't
overlook i this; $3. .down, $1.50 per
" wi. Twifflos I'lano store, 80S H.
J 12th St.
TIME AND FIRE WAIT FOR KO MAN
The insured man is ' always a , step
shead el - them. - Let ; ua -.furnish -;your
Insurance, r e sen protection, at low
; cost. Steadier ft Foley, Acts. Phono
h.03T A POCKETBOOK CONTAINING
110 - Finder return to Room 410
L'nltfd Ststes National Bank, Bids'. Re-
ceire liberal reward. E. U. Hamilton.
a 1 " ; " i
FOB RENT . MODERN FIVE-ROOM
. heuse. (25 Phons 71.
FOR 8AI.fi JERSEY COW; FRESH
, coon, rnoae 1841J.
i j i in ... i , I.. I,,
HORSE FOR SALE -lbs.
TO EXCHANGE FOR SMALL HOME IN
Baiem 40 acres, 8, miles south of Or
land, on : California-Oregon hirhway.
. Ysk Amort, Rt. X, Box 178. Orland,
FOR S.VLE 1923
t JVCIM T?KVT flR 4flIT ii TS-n MflVTtl
Apply 12th and Center at the , Little
btora f-s ;. :., ,.'-- : ..
, -r i - i i, ;.r- '' ; "
t NEW TRADE EVERY DAY
Want Salem residence for $2000 equity
in 20 scree, valued at $4000, part f
wt.ch is in city limits of Jefferson:
.8 .17 acres la cultivation, 2 acres berries.
lanced, buildings, etc. -
.. A. W. ESTES REALTY CO.
'4 .328 Oregon Building ;
A FEW SNAPS
$600 buys nifty- 2 -room garage house.
. eerner Jot, a rest paveo, .
$1100 ouya ehoise lot on state street.
elnso in. , real anap.
$2350, m4 S-room bouse, batsment gs
M rsrs; two fine lota. .
$700) buys 1 6-room - rapartment house,
partly furnisbad. . .
$2500 . bays a mighty f iaa 2a-scre tract,
a.'l la cultiratkin and partly in crop;
., good 3 -room hoosa, barn, well and some
fntit., Only $500 down. For psrticu-
tars, call on
, CHH4DS A BECHTEL
640 State .
' GOOD USED CARS AT BARGAIN
. , PRICES
1921 Ohalmera Sport - -,,,$800 '
1920 Hudson Super Six.-.. $80O
-ll Oakland Touring; : 800'
- 1922 Pairs TonrinaT 0O 1
. 1913 Ptudebaker .w.,.-. K- J50
1917 Maxwell loo
, Overland Four 400
' 1122 Overland Four Roadster....... . 450
Chevrolet Tmek, 1 ton ...u . 500
: And uaar other of different makes.
High St.' at Trade - . rbona 1841
7-room bouse. Darn and chieken honte ;
a. ft'4 sera with all kinds of fruit and
uerries, only "Bin blocks out at a bar'
tsia lor X200. wifh- S00O dowa.
i' Two-room home and 3 nice lota for $850.
v A fine, farm of 120 acres: 90 arret in
what. ' good buildings. - Trade , for
ini& f im.: ". '. i..-""
Two good homes ia S!em to trade far
331H Stale Street.
- 1 a
BO YOU WANT A COZY HOME WTTH j
' moderaeontenleaeea for a small pay-
'meat down f Wi have mint to ehoose
from priced from $1800 to $3000 Oiat
can n handled for as low, as f So 1
down mmA aa aiAiilhl. uraii. J
Do you ad insurance for ytrur home or
sutol we will care for it.
Pettyjohn & Mouser
216 Oregon Bldg. ; . Fhone 334
' " OWN YnTTTt nws HOME
Two fine lots 73 by $0 each, $600, easy
M Let 50 ba .200 with rnrete foundation
2832. paving laid. $530. .
. Fins view lot Fairmount Psrk addition.
. f.00; $50 down, balance to) suit.
c Pettyiohrt &Mouser -
216 Oregon Bldg. Pbene 531
Best Buys and Exchanges1.
, acres fa Salem, fine building stte. a
Mt of fruit, $1250; $750 rash, balan
a. ' St 6 rtrr. rnt '. ' ' .
3 acres, well improved, chicken and frM'u
riwh, vow -poultry -and - tools, $1150;
osu caih, balance 6 per rent,
a ".31 asres. 3 1-4 logans, 1 aero strawber
ries, , 1-8 sera timber, running water:
looo, $300 cash balance 7 per eeir
15 acres, 0 acres logans, balance eulti-
rated, house. : barn, en paved road.
' Close-in., 85000 on miv terms.
SO seres, 9 irrigated, .mors could be lv-
rizstod; 1 family, fruif. 4-room boos.
; ra, coop., silo, en road 'being psed;
5 mila from cood ' town, 1 mt'e
- arbool. aad rreswry. milk route and
t iil route by 1 place; gr,500, $4000
- ssli; balance to bo assumed.
Two jood ot pa pavement and car line;
' 1775 cash for the two '
' Socolofsky :
8U Ststo Street. . v f
wasted wooDCirrrERTo taku
wttraft for ioo cords ef oskv'Wl"
WOOD CUTTERS WANTED TO .Cc'T
uu to SUO cords fir and oak. Abrams,
21$ South Commercial street.
NURSE GIVES BATH AND MAS-
sage in patienta' homes. For
appointment call 175 S. 14th.
HALS AND FEMALE
WANTED MEN AND WOMEN TO
Mae tarn paper subscriptions. A cood
proposition to the riaht oeonle. Ad
dress the Pacific Homestead, o la teaman
bh, tialem. ure. ,
GET MARRIED BEST MATRIMONIAL
1 paper published. Free for stamp. Cor
respondent, Toieao. Ohio.
aFrP,UCJ?' WISHING TO MARRY
Booklet Free. Address Home Club. L-
nox S3, urand Rapids. Mich.
BIRDS, IXOWE&S AND PETS
COLLIE POPS FOR SALE MRS. MAY
re Aics.inney, Tamer, Ore.
FOR 6ALF COLLIE PUPS E. B,
Flake (Birds Pets), 273 State.
IF TOTJ WANT TO GET THE BEST
farm pacer, send 15e to the Paeifla
Homestead, Salem. Oregon, for a three
Hntas trial anbaeriDttan. Htsuas
ONE PIANO GOOD AS NEW AT GEISE
Co 373 Court St. '
USED UM1CKSKINO OKANI). IN UOOi
shape.! Will give some terma. U U.
buu mmituTe co. i
FOW 8AI.F. GOOD UPED MAHOGANY
pian left at to sell. Price $200,
terms. -fcU u. 8UIX urnlture Co, M
le department i ". ,
WOOD PHONE QUERY,
FREE ABOUT 50 CORDS WOOD FOR
the cutting Near gravel road, 3 miles
east of Brooks. O. P. Miller, Route 9,
Best Grade: Mill Wood
Pfcur ft.- and 16-inch dry mill wood. .
Four ft. creen mill wood. -
Prompt delivery and reasonable price.
Fred E. Wells, 305 8. Church. Phone
POULTRYMEN SSJtD EIGHT TWO
sent stamps for special three months
trial for the hn and oldest Journal ia
the west.: Tha -articles and advertise
ments are of special interest to the
CI try breeder of the Northwest,
thwast Poultry Journal. 211 Com
mercial street, S !. Oregon.
t MIS CELLANE OU 3
ONE. WHITE ROTARY SEWING MA-
china like new. Geisa 4t Co., 373
Court St. . j
THE FEBRUARY VICTOR RECORDS
are on, sale today. Moore's Mesic
House, , 415 Court. Phone 983.
FOB SALE MALE FOX TERRIER
.pups; also few rorda of sawed osk
wood. Phone 58F12.
COME IN AND HEAR THE NEW Vic
tor records. Moore's Musie House, 415
Court atreetv Phone 983. -
FOR SALE OL NEWSPAPERS. 1
, cents a handle. Circulatioa departmaai
DOUBLE WEAR SHOES FACTORY TO
wearer, cheap. W. G. Converse, 896 8
14th. Borne Sandays.
Beautiful' Oregon Ross
sad eleven other Oregon aoaga, together
.with a line eoiiecttoa of patnoue songs,
esc red aengs and many old-time favor
ALL FOB 25a
' f Special prices in auantity lota)
especially adaptable for school, eemmaav
ttyier home singing. Send for
TO pages, row ia its third edition.
Published by s
OREGON TEACHERS MONTHLY ,
1 5 Commercial t Ralena. Ore
APARTMENT i FOR RENT, 891 NORTH
FOR: RENT UNFURNISHED MODERN
fire-room flat at 6664 Ferry St. $35
month : Call at Statesman business
office, or phone 23.
FOR RENT FURNISHED MODERN
rive-room flat, at 664 Ferry St. $50
a month. Call at Statesman business
office, or phone 23.
MODERN ' FURNISHED HOUSE FOR
rent.. Inquire Mr. Stiff at Stiff Fur
niture Co- ; . 'I '
FOR RENT ONE FIVE-ROOM FURN
ished house: one five-room uufaraisbed
house. J. H. Lauterman, Hotel Argo,
FURNISHED ROOMS FOR RENT 5C3
North High. ',-. (
FOR RENT FURNISHED ROOM. Mod
em. Mrs. Henry Rows. 580 Aorta lfcu
atreet. i .
THREE HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS: NO
children. Call ia afternoon; 715 Ceo
ter street. , ' . , . -
NEW PIANO FOR RENT $6 PER MO
H, in. Stiff Furnitars Co.
LOST AND FOUND
I 0ST -A LADY'8 BLACK HAND
bag with vsluabl'-s. ' Suitsblo
reward If returned to Klcming
4 Realty Office, 114 1 State St.
WANTED FUKNrTURB, TOOLS, ETC.
w in .. i .
wiKTKh Tfl BffY HOUSEHOLD FUR
aitnr: oln. " miscellaneous artielea
- Pha l. - i
WiSTF.ll 10 YOUNG COWS. HEAV
milfcfrs. inat trcsh or to freshen toon
K. V. Long. HiO -). 25th St. s . Phone
, J322R. ' ;
wawrirrw Ft'KNITURE. TOO LSI MA
. .kl.. tk. etc. Will bar for raa
: r sell oa commission. Phone fill
Woodry. the auctioneer. '
WANTED EVERYTHING IN HARD
war awd furerttire. B-st 1H" paid.
THB CAPITAL HARDWARE .
A FURNITURE. CO.
?85 N, Couuaercial St. i'aon T.
AUCTIONEER F. N. WOODRY. THE
livestock, furniture, real tat auc
tioneer. Phone Ml for sale dates.
Rea. 1810 N. Summrf .
AUCTIOXEEK OF KAUM AND PER-
auaal property. U. aiterls, 180 N.
Comnw-rcial St.,- room 21, over People's
Cash Store.! Residence phono 1211-J.
Office phone 43 O.
COL. J. B. GABLE
loO a. High.
farm and city sales.
Phone. 1446. . .
IRON STEEL. BRASS. ALUMINUM
Bring the pieces. Oxo-Gas Heating Co.
837 Court. ; . : , .
GOOD USED CARS GINGRICH MO
tor Co., 371 Court.
BERT U JONES MOTOR CO.. HUPMO
bile dealer. State St. at Front. "The
ear of the American family."
AUTO TOPS .
AUTO TOPS Curtains
to ordr; prices reasonable
(Anderson Teed, 171 S. High
AUTO OWNERS -LOOK I TIME TO
, have that ear repainted. Come in and
look over onr work. On account of the
success of our Ford Special job. it will
bo continued. Rolianre Auto Tainting
Co., 219 State, cor. Front St., second
floor. Phono 987.
BATTERY' AND ELECTRICIAN
A CAMEL-IZED BATTERY NEVER
needs a drink. . C. to. Carlson, 349 N.
Commercial St., Salem. Ore.
R. D. BARTON ICXIOE BATTERIES,
starter and generator work. , 171 S
Commercial .- r.v
PRESTO-LITE BATTERY SERVICE
Station. Expert battery and flectriral
work. Farria Bros. Phone 1803. 418
': Court, i .5 : i
AUTO ELECTRICIAN-; EXPEUT TROU
Lle shooting. 213 N. High. Phono 208
BICYCLES AND REPAIRING
LLOYD E. RAMSDEN DAYTON BICY
elea and repairing. 887 Court.
WHITNEY EMMONS CARS WASH
ed and polished. Olesoa's Auto Ex
ehsnre. Phnne 68t.
RADIATOR k FENDER REPAIRS
RADIATORS FENDERS, BODIES.
, uiaae or repaired. J. C Bair, H4W
STORAGE, $3.50 MONTHLY. DEAD
storage $8.00 monthly Ferry- Bt. Gar-
age. 644 Ferry. ,
TIRES AND ACCESSORIES
TIRES. ACCESSORIES, ALE MITE 8ER
vice, oiis, greases oof ejuslity, riht
prices Tompkins A Heine. 219 N.
USED PARTS S to 1-2 OfF. MIKE'S
An to wrekinr House. 424 North
Commercial. ; Phone 523.
A. C. HA AG & CO., 444 FERRY ST.
Phone 210. Cletrae tractors, Oliver im
plements : -
' USED CARS BOUOHT
or sold on commission
s to rape. Oleson'a Auto
WANTED OLD CARS. MAXWELI.P
I'hovrolets and Fords. Micke Soder
Wrecking House, 424 X. Commercial
FOR SALE 1919 CHEVROLET IN
fine mechanical condition and cood
rubber. Price $225, eaay terma. See
car at 349 a. Commercial Bt.
GOOD BARGAINS FROM AN AUTHOR
IZED FORD DEALER
1916 Ford Tonriag ..$ 75
1917 Ford Tourinx ; 165
1918 Ford Touring . ., ; 190
1919 Ford ; Touring 20
1920 Ford Tourina-
1920 Ford Touring
1920 Ford Coupe
1930 Ford Coupe
1U1S Ford Roadster
1920 Ford Roadster
1920 Ford Sedan ;
1920 Ford truck body and cab
1920 Ford truck bodr and cab
ask auout our fcasy Psyment Plan
VALLEY MOTOR CO. v
260 N. High , a; Phone 1995
HERE ARE SOME VALUES IN USED
ears that absolutely beat all prices iu
the city Before you buy come and
aee . na. v. , . i
1919 Briscoe Overhauled, new paint.
1917 Ford Touring $100
1917 Chevrolet, spiral gears iu rear 90
1920 Ford. .lots ef extrss.....'. J 250
- , Jaany more to select from
Oleson Auto Exchange
173 South Liberty. Phone CCO
CARPET AND FLUFF BUGS
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 aad sue carpet
Feather renovating and mattrese steam
ing and re-making. Salem Carpet
Cleaning and Fluff Rag Works. Phoar
CARPET AND RUG WEAVING
RAG CARPET AND RUG WEAVINl
Csll before 9 a. m. 81P21.
ACME CHOCOLATE RHOP M1IST
Candy." Strictly homemade. 121 8
, CHXMNEY SWEEPS ? A : j
1H1MNEY SWEEPING F U RNAC1
eleaoiag. P. Connetlman. Phone 689
CLEANERS AND DYERS I
i ii i , . .I. i j. ,i ,
SPICK N SPAN CLFANERS t AND
dyers. Phone 195.
8ALEM CLEANERS AND DYERS
Suits cleaned and p reused.' $1.-VJ
Suits sponged i aad pressed. &Oc
1215 8. Com'L " Phone 1868
CO. 405 COUR1
XH. NEIMEYEH "JUST DRUGS."
175 N. .Commercial, phone 167
4 A I EM ELECTRIC CO MASONK.
Building. Phoae 120.
KLKCTRIO FIXTURE AST 8PfL
Co. Phone 1934; 222 N. Liberty. I
HA LI K' 8 ELECTRIC SHOP ELEC 4
' trical machinn repairing. oontraeiac
337 Coort. .- Ph me 488. ; ,
ARCH IK FLEENER. ELECTRICIAN ,
House wiriag by hour- or contract
Estimates furnished. Phone 980,-414
Court St .
LOANS ON THE EASY .PAYMENT
plan, ran repay at any time without
estre ebarce. 417 Oregon' Bldg.
MAKIUN-POLK. COONTT FARM LOAN
association ha iuoy so tvaa at mr"
. - W. D MmHh. aeeretary-treasurer. 808
Salem Bank of CvJiuuerve.
I have for sale a few shsres.of choirs
I BANK STOCK AT $110
Information confidential and in person
i duly. Call Thursday or Friday.
A. C. Borhnstedt
407 Masonic Temnle Salem. Ore son !
CUT FLOWERS AND FLORAL PIECES.
Delivery O.- F. Breitbsupt, f Wrist,
123 North Liberty strt. Phone 3M0.
SE AG ROVE FOB TCRNACKS PIPE
t and pipetess; 193 S. 12th St. Phone
GIESE FURNITURE CO. QUALITY
: furniture for less money. 878 Court
i Phone 484
PEOPLE'S FURNITURE STORE NEW
and second band furniture. 271 N.
Ladies' Wearing Apparel
SPENCER CORSETS TO ORDER
Dressmaking. Carrie Fisher. MeCor
; nack Bide. ..." " - - . -
DRESSMAKING; 809 N.
SALEM ELITE HEMSTITCHING,
nl.ntinr hnns. stomtiinr and ndle
work. 329 Oregon Bldg. Phone 37 3.
MRS. C. E. MILLER HEMSTITCHING.
' stamping buttons. Room 10, ovr Mil
ler's store. Phone 117.
"MILLERS" GOOD GOODS ' HUM
stitching and fancy wort parlors; guar-
antee good work and quick service. Di
rect over Miller's store, to the right of
W. J. MAYER LADIES TAILORING;
long costs, and suit. Roeom 7, McCor
neek BIdir. Phone 692
CAPITAL HOTEL CORNER, 8TATE
. and Commercial. Pbona 630
ARLINGTON HOTEL CLEAN, COSY;
60e up. 462 State.
SALEM LAUNDRY COMPANY. 816 8
Liberty atreet. Phone 25. Oldest
larceet best. Established 1889
CAPITAL CITY STEAM LAUNDRT
Quality work, prompt service. 1264
Broadway. - Phons 15 - - .
MOUNTAIN BALM COUGH REMEDY t
ED. CHASTAIN CLOTHING CO. SUITfc
and overcoats. Use my stairs: It pays
SOS State St ,
THE CROSS AUTOMATIC ELECTRH
Steam toilers, vulcanizers and tub
plates. Perry 0. Campbell. 817
H. AND M. CO. SPECIALTY UHIM-
era sad welders. Automotive service
490 ferry. Phons 804.
WECHTER ft SMITH MACHINISTS
enginers. welders, Hsald eylmdei
! grinding servioej Phone 562 845 F-r
ry.- . -. '
SALEM CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC
All branches taught, diplomas graoted
; John R. Sites, director. 187 Court
' fmom 628 ':
A COURSE IN BUSINESS PIANO
slaving. Popular syncopated standard
. music. Semi-classics and ballads; 12'
lessons. Waterman Piano School, Mc
' Cornack Bldg. f
GEO. C. WILL PIANOS. PHONO
: graphs, sewing mschinea. sh-et muaii
and piano studies.. Repairing phono
j graphs and aewiag machines 48
; State. Salem
SAUL JANZ EXPKRX REPATRMAN ON
all make of talkins machines, band
and string instrunn-nM. ?a!t write o
phone 9t3, Moor Mniiit Hoomi, 41 J
Court St. Satisfaction guarsatecd . -
." ': ' ; PIANO TUNERS
EDWARD ; WELP EXPERIENCED
piano tuner. Leave orders Wiil'
Musis Store-..,, ' - - : ;
JACK CLEMENT SALEM'S OLD
piano tuner, is back. Call, write o
phone 1774. the Song Shop, opposit
the Court House, i'
TRADE YOUR OLD PIANO FOR A
new Victor or Brunswick. H. L. 8t:f
; Furniture Co.. Musie Dept.
SHERMAN. C 4. Y ft CO., PIANOS
ft.nwv. Duo-Art and others. Moore's
Mnsie House. 415 Court street.
FOR SALE WALNUT
FRUIT. NUT AND SHADE TKEES
Pearcy Bros., 27 State.
COMPLETE LINE TREES 8MAL1
fruits, ornsmentsls. Capital City Nur
sery Co 426 Oregon Bldg. Phone 75
FRUIT TREES AND SHRUBBERY
Grafted walnut, cherry and Italian
prunetrees. E A. Bennett Nursery Co..
2333 Fairgrounds road. Phone 1280.
CHOICE SMALL FRUIT PLANTS
Strawberry, blackberry. blackcap.
' berry, currant, grape, loganberry,' red
raspberry, i Also asparagus, rhubarb.
' etcT ' Ward K. Richardson, 23'JS No.
" Front. Phone 491.
PAPEBHANGIiia AND PAINTING
PHONE GLENN ADAMS FOR HOUSE
d-rorating, paper banging, tinting, etc
' Reliable workman. ;
TEN CENT KALSOMINE IN BF.AUTI
ful colors: $1 does a room. Msx O.
Buren, 179 N. Cora'l.
GRABER BROS. PLUMBING AND
heating; general repairs. I'bonu 550,
141 S. Liberty. - v
PLUMBING ' REPAIRING AND XII
work. PWie 1397-J. Shop. 12'
teWn street, A. L. Codfrer.
SECOND HAND GOODS
SAT. KM BARGAIN KHI SR Bl'YH AND
sella anennd hand - furniture. Tools ani
funk. 3J N. Commert-tal. I'hone 49
WANTED EVEKVTH INIJ IN CliOTH
i tng and shoes. Bt pncs paid. Cap
843 N. Commercial
SAI.EM BOA VENJ KKH GARBAGE,
refuse of all kind removed. Cesspools
elnaned-. Phen , 17 or 1593 W ,
8uo8 HCAVKNtjKK SERVICE 8UO-
cwaawr to Seal Hravmtaerl Garbase aad
rofuae of all kiiuls removed by the
month, s haeae,e rale. I hones
Office 29, resiJ.ce So&d. .
PARKER'S HT AGE 1 INES
J. W.-Parker, Genrral Maaajrer
Central Stsge Terminal Slem. Oregon
Leaves balem, CentraJ buge Terminal t
7 a. m., 11 a. u. 5 p. m
Leava Stlverton, News Stand:
o a. a p. m.. .o p. ui.
oaiem - incicponoence - JMonuioafn UitMB
re Sal.m Central Siaco Terminal
7 a. nr., 9 a. m. , 11 a. m.. 3 p. m
ft D. ID.
Loaves Mouuioslh, Monmooth Hotel:
8:15 a. 1 p. m., 6:13 p. m.
Leaves Independence, Beaver Hotel. -
8:30 a. 10 e m, 1:15 p. m. 4 p. m.
We omke connections at Salem to all
parts of the volley. Extra tripe b,
J. W. PARKER. Genera! Manacer
8TOVES AND STOVE REPAIRING
STOVFS REBUILT AND REPArKED
40 years' experience. Depot 'National
IVHOQ, ,nr, M J iiv o IIKun u K 1 1
Paints, oils and varnishes, etc.. ksan
! carry andi hop books, ftalem fnce sod
Stove Works 250 Court slreot Phone
124. - i
CAPITAL CITY TRANSFER CO. 226
Stale St. Phone 933. Distributing,
forwarding and storage our specialty.
" 1111 " " 1 " 1
t out ms ,
WE MOVE, STOKK AND SHIP HOUSE
hold roods. - Our specialty is pispo
and furniture moving. We also make
country . trips. We handle the best
coal and wood. Call on us for prices.
no eira fund measure, rood quality
and rood service. Larmer Transfer
Co ; Phone 30
VARIETY STORES i
SM,KM VARIETY STORE CHINA
ware, glassware, toys, notions, and mil
SALEM WATER, LIGHT ft POttTR CO.
Office. 801 South Commercial St. Ten
per' cent discount on domestic flat
rates paid i advance. No deductions
for al.sence or nv cause unless water
ia ekut off your premises. ,
. WOOD SAWING
PHONE 1131. ED.
UNITED SPANISH WAR VETERANS
Camp 5, Armory, First, third Mondsvs
FREEMAN ft STRCBLE. 510 BANK OF
,i 1 , , ,
SALEM AMBULANCE , SERVICE
PHona 66: 173 S. Liberty. ' .
DR. 8. F. SCOTT, GRADUATE NA
tksna Uiiiversity Sc-i-naes, Chicago.
Masonic Temple. Phone 840.
DR. I WILLLVMS CORNS, CALLOUSES,
ingrown nails; all foot troubles. Price
Shoe Co. . Phone 616.
DR. ! S. R. SMITH, CHICROPRACTOR
" 322 Oregon'Bldg. Phone ti04. r
DR. LENA A. BOOXE.; CHIROPRACTOR,
475 S. Commercials Hours 10 to 12:
1 to 5. Phone 1415.
DUSi SCOTT ft SCOFIELD, P. 8. C,
'Chiropractors, 414-19 U. 8. Bank Bldg.
- Pinoae 87; res. 828-R.
ua,H. L. HUM CUKES ANY KNO
diaeaae. 15:4 Hich St.; phone 288
MAGNETIC HEAf ISO DR. A. L
Franu. Acute and chronic diseases.
Phone 780. 25-28 Breymaa Block.
SALEM MORTUARY, FUNERAL DIREO
.tors. 21 Ooier. Phone 1656.
M"HRI OPTICA I, OO. -SUITE 301.
804 Oresea Building,
GLASSES FITTED BY THE BOW OP
tical Co 325 State street, opposite
, Ladd ft Bush Bank. "Use Quality
OR. A. SLAUGHTER ACUTE AND
. chronic diaeasss. 415 .Oregon Bldg.
- fDona no. i
ORS. WHITE AND MARSHALL 206
U. 8. Bank Bid-.
OR ! FOSTER : 404 OREGON BLDG.
; Phones 7&6V 2024-J.
DR. W. L. MERCER OSTEOPATHIC
. physician i " end surgeon. . Kirksvilie
graduate. !404-405 U, 8. National Bank
Bdg. fhone. office 9lt rea- 14.
OR. JOHN ' L.' LYNCH OSTEOPATHIC
Physician and Surgeon, 403-404 ' Ore
gon Bldg, Phones, office 1894; rea.
DR. 0. II. KENT. OSTEOPATHIC PHY
siaian and surgeon, 408-9 Masonic
Temple,, Pbonea: office 16; residence
644M. f , t
BROKEN ARCHES AND OTHER Uni
formities of the feet corrected without
loss of time from - your occupation.
II rs. White ft Marshall. U. S. Bank
FOR SA LB MY 16-ROOM, HOME AT
1030 Chemeketa street. Well adapted
for rooming. Phone 1280-
FOR SALE, NEW- FIVK-llOOM BCS
balow on North '21st atreet: oiie-hslf
block to rttate ttreet car line. Price
' Krueger r
208-209 Oregon Building. Plione 217
7-EOOM MODERN BUNGALOW, HS
fireplace, furnace, garage; on Marion
, street ner Summer, $eooO; $2000
cash ; & years en balance. ,
M. J. Hunt
I. add ft IIuh Building. :
FOR RAl.E-i-TWO-KOOM HOUSE fnw)
.and two lota, $jl.; $185 cash, balance
$j a m out a. ,.
Compton Real Estate
-'.-. j- . 460 State .St.
Nine-room hauie close in, $1500. Fix
. room bouse, bearing fruit trees, rood
loOat ion, $1700, Wsnt a good car a
payment e- bnagalow and two acres.
;Wtnt a good bouse as payment on- a
, ehoice r0-scre (arm cjoie to oaieni
1 F. I L. Wood. 311 State SL
ANHKHcMlN ft RUPERT
4MS 7 Orecon Bldg.
KET1RING -4- WOULD. TRADE WELI
improved I "i acre Linn county farm
- Ivb modern home. W. C. Denton, l'i-
anon. . ." r I ' -s" '
(OR SALKiOR TKADK 80 ACRES IN
Lincoln county, a miles west ef Krpi
villePrico 3OO0; Box 88 Meamouth,
Oregon , . . .
FOR SALE OR RENT 3114 ACRES
garden Hand at Stayton; family or
chard ; and buildiaga. A. T. Brewer,
Fall Creek. Orrgon. owner.
HOTEL FOR RALE -r CASH. GOOD
business, cell on account of age. C
C. Baker. Box 263 Turner.
FOR. TRADE 50 ACRES. 6 MILES'
out; 45 plow land; zood 5-rooin housn
with bssfnient. HocKi barn, welt and
springs. Equipment Ktnt with it. Will
take a property In town up to? 4 000.
See J. M Mills V
331 State St.
. Good Buys
Fine modern bungalow' with basement and
furasci on S. Cotumercial St. Prke
. $4200. '
A-rnom hams rloi in on N. Commercial
St. Price $500O; imtnediate poasessioa.
Fine east front on . . Commercial fct.
Price $350; site 50ttl4. near Lincoln
street. : - I
One half aero tracts) near Englewood
school. Price $600. leair terms. ' -
5-acre tracts east on Asylum road. Price
$1500; easy terms.
Real Estate and firs Insurance '
W. H. Grabemorst & Co,
275 State St. U. S. Bank BWg,
FOR SALE A MOpERN HOME IN
every detail; east front, a garsge and
two lota, $5600.
A 6-room house, all
bne floor, $680?
A ' 5 room house, full
A 7-room house, cornir lot, $1900.
Gertrude 3. M. Page,
492 N. Cottage St
Notice isr hereqy given that I
have Impounded tjte following de
scribed dogs in compliance with
Ordinance No. 14b 4, to-wlt: One
fox hound, white
One large, black cockerel spaniel.
with brown, feet. One fox ner
rier," bobtail, white and tan spotted-
One large dog, with
collar: long bushy hair. The
above described dogs will be kill
ed if not redeemed by owners, on
or before February 2, 1923, as
provided in sa?d j Ordinance.
Wi S. LOW,
;. 1- :
FIRST NOTICE F EXECUTRIX,
To whom it may jconcern: No
tice is Jbefeby givefi that theunder
signed. Mildred White Schrunk;
has, by ah order of the County , time following mo into the ba?e
Couri of Marion county. State of Jrent. but had flown through the
Oregon, duly made and entered
of record this day, been appoint
ed executrix of the last Will and
Testament and estate of Fred H.
White, . deceased, ,all persons
having claims against said estate
are hereby jnotified to present the
same, duly verified, to the under
signed at her residence, Salem.
Oregon, Route No. 'fi.'or to Carey
P. Martin; attorney for said es-
iaie. A uiitc fBui cuim-
ing, Salem, Oregon, within six
month? of the date of this notice.
Dated this 4th day of January,
1923. . v v;
MILDRED WHITE . SCHRUNK.
Executrix of the last Will and
testament of Fred II. White, De
Carey F. Martin, v ,
Attorney for Estate. :
MARKET 0111 WHEAT
Cold Wave Predictions and
Farm Credit Bill Held
CHICAGO, Feb. 2. Cold wave
predictions, together with antici
pated passage of the Lenroot farm
credit bill through the1 senate had
a strengthening effect today on
the wheat- market. - The close
was, firm at the same as yester
day' finish to c higher. May,
$1.18 to $1.18 and July .11,12
to $1.124. Corn gained to
at lc, and oats , to c. Pro
visions closed 2 to 10 cents off.
Fears that expected .zero tem
perature in the winter wheat belt
would for the most part find the
crop without protection by snow
and that considerable damage
might result ' led to relatively
greater strength in the Juiy de
livery than In May, the latter
month representing a lower har
vested area whereas July stands
for wheat still in the ground. All
months, however, showed , an up
ward tendency as the day drew
to an end and an affirmative vote
in the ' senate was momentarily
looked for .in regard to the Len
root bill. Speculators who pre
viously had sold' were the chief
It ii II Uh ivn!nnm-nl na tn rnrn
tended to make sellers of wheat
cautious. The principal new reas-
on given for rising prices In the
corn market wa6 confirmation of
heavy damage to the Argentine
crop, a large portion of the crop
being reported-as having 4een ir
reparably Injured by drought.
Corn rose to within a -fraction
of the higheft price this season.
There was good commission houso
LID Tv cary sWU . V sA aa i a w a a.a v uuw
luivln? frnm h nnisot. and
and' some authorities said cart of
thia buying was for export ac- irr',nK- a'd, trying to speak
count. Aside from the Argentine 4"R, y 4 cof ot only, my own
news talk ws current that Ger-1l,,our' but :utQ"s evident cha
many was purchasing grain be-, J'
i-aiis.. of Imine forced lo substi
tute alcohol for coal as fuel to
run factories. ' 'Oats followed
Provisions - were , depresaed by
decline in hogs. . ' ' .
MINNEAPOLIS. Fell. 3. Cacb
Xrt 1 northern. 11.1GA at $1.26:
May, $1.18 j July, $1.174.
HOLDING A HUSBAND
Adele Garrtson's New rhjtse of
REVELATIONS OF A
THE WAY EDITH FAIRFAX,
TRIED TO HELP.
Edith was not getting along
'jvith the furnace drafts at ali
well. Our noses told us that as
wo decended the stairs to the
main floor, -through which came
the ac'd tang of smoke. Little
smoke waves were eddying up
through the registers in the floOr
and walls, and as we came to the
basement door- we ' heard Edith
coughing and ftantically rattlia?
at some part of " the f urnac
'Oh, the poor girl!" I exclaim
ed. "Lt me imrry. -
I dashed past L.'llian and down
the stairs to where Edith was
heiplessly searching for the right
drart to turn. I saw in a second
what the matter was. There was
a certain draft ia the pipe which
she had - turned in just the op
posUef direction to the one In
which it was meant to gt. With.
out , stopping to speak, I reached
over her shoulder and turned the
draft correctly, opened the fur
nace door, and saw that with the
proper draft little tongues of
flame were reaching toward the
coal, and that the smoke was be
ing drawn up ths chimney. Then
I put a hand on Edith's arm;
"Lot's hurry out of th's,"
gasped. . -
4 She held lioclr famely. .
"The i-'urnacj. Is it C.M
right?" Every word was pnncu-
ated by a strangling cough
"Absolutely. fsnt you won't
Le if you don't get out of this.
She came with me th?n un
rrsistlngly, and we' were ni,t nt
the tap of the stalrsi with a most
rev'ving rush of told, fresh air,
Lillian, .with characteristic pr"
ence of mind... "cad wasted '-' no
rooms,, opening: all the window
and doors, and erecting a suction
draft directly through the house
As we came out into the dinin;
rcom she met uh ...with glass.
;of water wlilcii we , gratefully
'took ' from her.
Wlioi-m Aiit -ittt rot vafar in
tUs lime?" I ashed in amaze
ruent when I could speak.
"From the faucets In th
kitchen. You mean " , .
. "That whoever was -here las
nipht must have turned th
water on. " Jim was instructed
tt turn the. wator off the last
thing before he and Katie went
away on their vacation, and I am
sure he did so, for . he Is most
methodical , and reliable." !
"If there was anything your
visitors forgot to do last n'ght
I d like to see it,M. Lillian ob
served, dryly. "How about.' the
furnace can you leave It now"
' . "For five minutes . or so." 1
replied. "Then "there must be
more coal put on." -s
"Don't you think, then, we'd
better leave the "Windows opeu
vvhile v we go over to Mrs. Dur
kee's?." Lillyn asked . practi
cally. ''Longer than that' I returned.
'.'My mother used to say that it
was impossible to -heat 'dead
air.' She always used to let the
outside a'r circulate for a long
while after she started .a fire in
a house that had not been used
for some" time."
"Your : mother must hnve be
longed .to the same-order-of sen
sible housewives that mine did,"
Ljill'an commented. 'Suppose we
.The Virginia girl, who had
rpally suffered . from the .smoke,
was already out on the lawn be
tween, the Durkee: place and ours
I had to keep reminding my
self that' the pronoun was' no
longer applicable to the home I
had loved bo well.' She was still
cough'ng, and as we caught up
to her ' I saw with concern that
her eyes were red and watery. '
What Marion Said;
"I am sorry you went down."
I bi'gan. contritely.
"I'm not!"" she returned for
cibly. "I'm only angry at my
self to think how unconscionably
stupid I was. I must have turn-
l? f1 ?,rafln Just tne PP
a? I t n O a osasva e 4 A M '
f " V " . 4
' uu" ppho reguiat-
!Dg furnce drafts In strange
uuubes was any part of your
school curriculum!" Lillian put
in comfortingly; "How did you
come to have it down so pat,
Madge?" . 4
" Wh le . J f m and Dicky were
across seas I think I had a rourg
, ... - . i
1 11 rtl-Avl nine . af r . -
'" .'vW.ie. - uuu trenxiea Iin
lance .:to .P1-1" and fancy coal-
- 1 ul tuurse; Lillian as
jsented- I think sho meant to
s&v something more, but It was
smomered in Marion's i frantic
impetuous embrace. The child
efldentty had been watchlntr for
us," and had dashed ' toward 3
r.t hfr first gllmpsc of our ad-
"I don't care, mother" she
.said tremulously, dashing tears
iiupatlently from her eyes. "t
couldn't -have stood it much
longer. I would have had to die
obey you and come after -you."
Lillian stopped, put her hand
UTader' the child's chin, and ten-
erlr -tilted the flower-like face
so that could look down di-
rrctly Into her young daughters
"You surely would not nave
isobeyed me. Mar. on. she said
You couldn't be trlcther's right
and and do that."
The child drooped against her.
hen lifted her. face for ner
mother's ready kiss t
"I suppose I wouldn't," she
aid tensely, "but it would hve
most. killed me to do it."
'That is what 1'fe brings us
sometimes, sweetheart," Lillian
returned, "things to do that
most kill us. but we must not
And 1 an involuntary listener,
gave not for the first time my
meed of adm'ration for the- man
ner in - which my friend was
training the child shd idolizes.
' (To Be Continued. )
IIP STOCK PRICES
Brisk Recovery of Foreign
Lxchange and bonds As
sists Local Market .
NEW YORK. Feb, 2. Encour
aged by. several constructive de
velopments, including a further
brisk recovery in foreign exchange
and foreign bonds and higher
prices for steel products, mid-
continent crude oil and sugar.
speculators for the - advance had
little -difficulty in bidding up
prices In today's stock market.
The demand embraced virtually
all sections of the list . but . was
most effective in the steels, equip- -
ments, oils, sugars and food spe
cialties. Railroad shares a' so
made . marked progress, but the
gains were, less extensive than
thore iln the industrial group.
There were a few Isolated weak
Spots.' ' . ! .'
Baldwin was one of the most
active of the standard industrials.
Other equipments improved in
sympathy. Oils were heavily
bought. American beet sugar up
2Vi points, led the advance in
those shares. Tho time money
market was quiet with no change
in rates, brokers, bidding 4 and
bankers demanding 4 . . Interior
inrtitutloris are the best .buyers
of commercial paper for which
there is a broadening demand, the
bulk of the prime names going at
4V5. ; . . .
NEW YORK, Feb. 2. Evapo
rated apples, dull; prunes, un
settled; apricots, firm; peaches
steady. , . '
PORTLAND MARKETS I
" - - .
BCTTERFAT 4e LOWER -No.
1 churning cream. 43c f. o. b.
Portland; undergrade. 46c.
Current receipts. 25 26c; white hen
neries, 28 29e delivered; pullets, 25:;
j. LIVE POULTRY 8LUGGISH -"4
(Less commission) Heavy hens. 20 3
21e lb.; do light. 14e; springs. 15lCc;
old roosters. 10c; ducks, white Pekin.
young, I718e; dressed ducks, 2021r;
turkeys. No. 1 dressed, 3133e; geese,
live, 15!16ej do dxetsed. 20e.
DRESSED MEATS FIRM
(Less commission) Choice light hos.
13c; undergrsdes, 1012r; top grade
veal, 14 1-215 l-2e; undergrsdes, 12
HAY AND GRAIN
(Delivered Portland) Valley timot! r.
$21 22 ton: Eastern Oreron timot he v.
$23 ton; alfalfa, $21 23. ton; elovr,
$20 ton: straw, $10lt ton; grain hay.
$21 22 tod.
GRAIN SLOW WEAK
Bid prices (track Portland in rsr
lots.) Wheat options, $1.20Q1.27;
Baart or bluestem, nominal; cash irliili,
$1.201.30; oats, nominsl; Eastern yel
low corn, nominal; barley, nominal; u ill
Apples, 50eft$1.50 (according to va
riety and pack); pears d'Anjou, $1.25$
Oregon potatoes, 50 66c cwt.; Oreron
cabbage. lMe lb.; parsnips. 75(a".'
sack; carrots, 75e ssck; onions. 31.60C
1.73 cwt.; cauliflower 81.25&1.50 dox-n.
Hops 1921 crop, nominal, new crop,
5 8o lb.
j WOOL, ETC.
Half blood and fine, 33ii40r; thre'
eighths blood,- 326t35c; qasrter blond.
30Cl'32c; low quarter and braid. 2-'tJ
27c: matted or clotted wool, 22r2..
(NOTE Eastern Oregon. Washington
and Idaho ranch clip "bring 2 to 3 reals
less than valley wool.)
SALEM MARKETS I
Prices quoted are wholesale and are
prices received by farmers. No retail
prices -are aiven except as noted.
No.. 1 wheat $1.10.
No. 2 wheat $1.08. - ' i
, NJ3 Red wheat, backed, $107.
Oat hay $2022. " -. '
, Clover bar, haled, $210 22.
EGGS, BUTTER AND BUTTEEFAT
; F.ggs. wholesale, 24c
Creamery butter, 44rS0e
BuUerfat, delivered, 48&52c.
' Milk, $2.45 rwt.
Legliorn,' Springers. 1361 lie
; Broilers, 15c - ,
liens, light, 12."
tlen. heavy. J
: PORK, MUTTON AND BEEF
Hogs, top, 1 1 ,ic.
Live hos, 9c. - '
'l , Heavy roujth, fifrfRic
, Iressied hops. 12f 12
- Top real. dreed, I'JfjilSe. l
-i Top ter, to 8.
Cows, 89o. m
Navel oranges $3.504.75
Florida granefruit. $7fe7,50. .
'Dates. 3.7S3.7-V. -
Beets, earrots, frnina, $1 per dos. p
Walnuts SOc lb, j
Filberts 2"e lb. - f
Almonds 20 lb. ... i
-SrasitlSe IU. ' - . ' .