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TITE OREGON STATESMAN,1 SALE1C" OREGON '
-WEDNESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 71923 -
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fUM uwrtitii -. .'
OM!Nk (el Insertions)
One nmata , v
9U months' contract, nor mo. 15e
I) BtoBtBa eoairecs, per mo.
Minima lot any tiHCtiMBUt 24a
! NORWICH UNION
JTRB INSURANCE SOCIETY
W. H. Burghardt, Jr.
Resident Agent . S71 Stats St.
n MONEY TO LOAN
; - On . Real Estate
T. K. FORD
(Over Ladd A Bush Bank) .
WAXTEIV FCRMTCRE. PHOXE 511.
FOB SALE RHODB1SLAND RED
hatching err. M. M. lis fee, Ronte 5,
." Salem. Phon 81F25. -
HT.-JORY BCY8 TURSITCRE.
. MODERN FURNISHED FIVE-ROOM
now hoase for rent. North 21t atreei
' ' neat Center; $40 per month Call 997.
HOUSE FOR SALE OR TRADE FOR
Seattle or Taeomnrpropertr. 908 N. 17-
Q.UILTEB GUILTS. ANT WEIGHT
) quilt. Terr reaaepabl ; 843 8. 1 iberty.
Phon 1241J. .-
SUITS CLEANED AND PRESSED $1.50
Prompt and efficient aervioe. Saiam
. Cleaner and Dyers. Phono 18G8.
FORESIGHT IS A VERT 'VALUABLE
,' trait and, can b cultivated to roar d
. vantage. T foresighted man always
insures. 800 aa today for -your protec
tion.1 -Standley Foley, A gas., batn
, . Bank. bldg. ' -;,..- -
COURT STREET .
Madera home 8 rooms, earner lot. double
gsrsg. Price 98400. Term
. W. H.Grabenhorst&Co.
- 27 Stat St.
GOOD 550 KIMBALL MADE PIANO.
'.. 8148; 8 dowm. gl.SO per week. Good
, ' 800 -player ptane, $342; $10 dona,
- S3. 50 per wek, .Tallman Piano Store,
393 8. 12th SC
Hit OAKLAND : TOURING CAK, ALL
road eord tirea, good top and curtain.
Price $300, will (ire food , terma . oa
. tsis rar-88S X. Com' I St, Otto i,
Wilsoa, .phoae 220.-
1 , 1 1 . 1 ,i 1 1 1 J
MONEY TO LOAN
Oa ey property, ,
W. H. Grabenhorst & Co.
.:.',,!.-, ;. 275 State 8U .-f '
SALESMAN ON ROAD NOW EMPLOY
, ,ed waata connection with mail firm
f . ia Salem, any ' capacity, desirous o
leaviag road -s -can bo with family.
Will boy borne, also will invest. Stat
"'year proposition. 'Eyg Stateamnu.
NEW SHIPMENT OF ST. AITDREAS
. bare Rollers, "Tho Canary with a col
lege education, "j E-i B. Flale, Birds,
t Fatted Plants, Pete, JEtc
FOR - 8ALK TWO-YEAR-OLD LOGAN
brry tips Phono 684J.
FOR SALE ONE PIANO. GOOD As
aow. Gies Co.. 873 . Court St.
5 ' ' SNAP "
8-room aeaa. ' mo 4 era plambinr and
lirbta, eoraar- lot J5ylOO, v farago
p Price $1200; termj. Located on Fair
atut HilL Both streeU pared.
W. H. Grabenhorst St Co.
27 State St.
FOR SALE LARGE KORRIS SAFE.
Giesa m Cow furniture, 37 wort
I i KIW HOBART I M. CABLE, $800 FOR
0"J5. very aaay lensia. i. own
, i-.-i:-' nv FOR SALE
$50 down and $10 per month buye tbat
fine tt-aere lot located at carliaa,
pared road, elect n a lights, eity water,
s dark eoiL- Prieo $650.- Interest t :
W, H. GRABKNHORST h CO;
'1 ;. ' S.Vlh SUte Street.' : -
9-ROOM HOUSE SCrTABLE- FOR FOUR
1 apartments, esooern, irs m
frnit, pared street, en atreetf ear Iln;
good iareatmeat for $3500. - j ,i , r
Pettyjohn & Mouser: ;
aid Oregon Banding ; ?
GOOD USED PHONOGRAPH AND CAB-'
iaet. 12 records, $59.- Terms $5 per
month. H.- U Stiff Furniture Co.
GARAGE FOR RENT LIGHTS, PAVE
mnt;-$3. ?a& North Wintex..- ,
FOR SALE SMALL PIGS,-1 INCTJB A
tors. 120 and k400 sixe. Phono 0F13.
ONE HALF GROWS MALE SHEPHERD
PUP, IIJO.) - ' i . J: ' (V
One 8-montha-old female Airedale, $7.30
573 Aiata - . i " . , Pbona 656
J 'I BARGAIN
Vmt u.nia knua. &nd MtWO lots, la
- Kiagwood Park. - Prteo $1100; $400
down, balance $20 per, moath, later
est - . : ' '. .
VVH. Grabenhorst 6 Co.;'
.5 274- Stat SC- -
t- . r rv POR SALE . ' -
$100 down aad $10 per aaontbv bnya that
lino a urn ti dark TOeiri soil loeoted
a pared road just south of Swerlo
I acbaol on uaruea roaa. . rrice,
latereat 6. .. '
W. H. GRABENHORST 00.
. i 275 Stat Street. , . '.
Thft Best Buv in Salem
7 -room strictly modern home la East Ss-
lem, beontifni rroonos ssa swrr its-
.tare yo wooldask for tn an up-to-date
home; $5000..- , , - , - " '
Pettyjohn & Mouser
- , 216 Oregoa" Building : f
r i FOR EXCHANGE
SIS acre In Pueblo county. Colorado.
sir smooth land, good runner grasa.
s Value $10 per aere. win pay auier
. c or assume mortgag for load neat
t 10-acr tract highly improred fire tnilei
east of Salem. Value -4500. To ex-
-ohMiM ( miMm 'to- Portland.
Flro-sero tract close to Salem Value
v $3600 wilh pay soma casn auterence
for good residence in, , saiem ctow
f car Hae. See-" -; ' ,
- , CHXLDS BECHTEI
'I - ; 540 "Stat SU . -
FOR 8AIE CLASSIEST SEVEN-ROOM
bungalow in seiem lor tao price, .mw
era la erery way: garage." 4 i ' . I.
: Wi G, Kreuaer
I 208209 Oreron Bldf. Phana SIT
Notice is hereby given tbat the
C tjonmy tjourt pi Juarion county,
Oregon, has apbolnted the under
signed administrator of the estate
." of Nancy E. Hagey.' deceased. All
persons baring claims against said
s, ajstate are hereby notified to pre
sent 8a me in writing," daly ver
. ; tl4, to the undersigned t the
j office of Cochran & Eberhard, 13
i 1 Grande National Bank build
ing. La Grande, - Oregon, within
six months of the date of the first
publication of this ftotlce.
Dated and first . published this
. 7th day pf Febmary, 1923,
. J. B. HAQEY,
Administrator of . the EsUte of
Nancey E. Ilagey, Dec'd
- FOR SALE "- - '
$80 down and $10 per atonib. baya .90
of aa acre located Booth close to ear
line and pared highway; gravel atreet.
- W H. GRABENHORST V CO.
275 State Street. .
VlCK BROTHERS USED CAR
1919 Ford Track . .. ..$300
1919 Cherrolet Truch 450
Fordaon Tractor .... '. 20O
1919 Velio Touring , 400
1918 Ford Toarina f 175
Grant 1-ton track 250
1918 Studebaker Tooriar -, 150
i Phone 1841
M K Kh N I MK SsAI h
7 room honso at 729 N. Liberty StJm
mediato possession; rent $25 -per
nth. Price $2650 cash.
W. H. Grabenhorst & Co.
275 Stato St.
WOOD CUTTERS WANTED TO COT
lOO to 50O cords fir aad oak. Abrama,
215 'South Commercial street.
MALE AND FEMAIX
WANTED MEN AND WOMEN TO
take farm paper ubaeriptiona. A good
proposition to - the right people. Ad
dress the Pacifie Homestead, dtateemaa
8M. Salem, Ore.
GET MARRIED BEST MATRIMONIAL
paper published. 1 roe for atamp. Cor
respondent, Toledo. Ohio.
! FOR SALE
BIRDS, FLOWERS AMD PETS
FOR SALE COLLIE PCP8 E. B.
Flake (Birds Pets). 273 SUte.
F Altai PAPER
IT YOU WANT TO GET THK BEST
form paper, send 15 t ' the Pacific
Homestead. Saiam, Oregon, for a thro
months' trial subscription. Mention
hW e4 - i
USED CHICKKRINO GRAND, IN GOOD
abapa. Will gira aome tarns, a. , L.
Stiff Furnitar Co. ;
rOH 8 ALE GOOD USED MAHOGANY
i plan left ua to selL Price $300.
: torma. H. L. Stiff Furnitar Co. Me
als department . s '
$825 PLATER ' PIANO LIKE NEW,
wun roua ana Deuce, tvs; fiv aowa,
$2.50 per week.
Good $500 plane. $167 A snsp. Don't
overlook tnis; 9S i down, m.au per
week. Tallmon Piano Store. 305 8.
12th SC - - : i '.-
FOR SALE NICE BIG OLD YELLOW
fir. Phono 771-2. . , ;
FOR DRY. WOOD ; PHONE QUERY,
77F21. : ' - : ! . - :
Best Grade' Mill Wood
Four ft. aad 16-iarh dry' mill wood.
Four fc fTeu mill wood. " A
Prompt delirery and roaaonabla prleoa. - '
Fred E. Wella. 805 8. Church. Phone
fS4a. v. , yr
POULTRYMEN' SEWD EIGHT TWO
eent atamp fr special throe months"
trial for the beet aad oldest journal in
the wesC The article and adTertise-
' menu are f . special Interest to the
poultry breeders of the NorthwaaC
' . Korthwaat - Poeltry Jourmal. 311 Oom
mercial etreeC Solem. Oregon. ',-
FOR . SALE VETCH AND OAT , 1IAYX
Phon B3F2L "'
FURNITURE FOR SALE PHONE 595J.
FOR BALK OLO NEWBPAPhKb, lu
eaats bundl. Cirulatioa department.
' Oregon Btatoamaa. j i -
DOUBLE WEAR SHOES FACTORY TO
. wearer, cheap. W. G. ConTerse, $9$ 8.
14th. Horn Sundays.
CALL, SEND OR PHON E FOR ESPRllH
- d" Amour Toilet 1 requisites at the
yPbrwar-ia-tho-BoUl. Perfume Shop; 113
r K. Liberty 8c 5
Beautiful Oregon - Rose
and elerea other Oregon aoars. together
with n fin eollection of patriotic soars.
. sacred saags and many old-tim farer
tt4V r. - : . . .. ,
V-J -' i ALL FOB 2S - ;
(Special price in quantity Jute)
Especially adaptable for aehool, "common
tty or bom aiaging.- Send for
t Western Songster ,
I TO sagao, now iaf It third aditata.
i -.' Published by '
. OREGON TEACHERS MONTHLY
IIS ft nemmoreial As. ... Raloaa. Ore
FOB RENT TWO-ROOM FURNISHED
apartment. 890 Union.-
APARTMENT FOR RENT, 891 3tORTH
.Oommereial. - v
FOR RENT TWO 4 ROOM AXD , ONE
, 8-room apartment, - portly ' furnished.
close in. Phono 430. W. MeLarea
Realty. Co UO N. Commercial Sc v
. -.. . - - -
FOB BENT UNFURNISHED .MODERN
firo-room flat at 666 to Ferry Sc $35
I a month . Oall at Statesman business
.. ofXieo, or phono S$i.
FOB RENT FURNISHED MODERN
, ' fire-room flaC at 684 H Ferry Sc $50
a month. Call at Statesman business
Hie, or phone , 23.
.HOUSES . . .
MODERN FURNISHED HOUSE FOR
rent. Inquire Mr. Stiff at Stiff Fur
niture CO.! .
MODERN - 6-ROOM BUNGALOW FOR
rent: 1135 . Shipping SC See Y. L.
-Wood. , . ,
FOR RENT ONE FIVE-ROOM F17RN
: imbed house; one fire-room unfurnished
! house. J. H. Lautermaa, Hotel Argo
FOR RENT SLEEPING ROOMS; 263
t South High. , f -
IVR RENT HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS
. . lhono 1054 W or call, at 1086 Center
after 5 o'clock p. m.
OH RENT FURNISHED stOOM. Mod
. era. Mrs. Henry Row. 580 North 12U
streeC : - .? .' ,. ,,'s - . - .
THREE HOUSEKEEPING ROOM8: NO
children. Call id afternoon; 715 Con
tor streeC i. j ., ..
. :r---,- PIANOS , . - iv-
NEW PIANO FOR RENT $6 PER MO.
,H. L. Stiff Furniture Co.
WE WILL PAY THR HIGHEST CASH
, price for osed pianos.- Tallman Piano
Store. 395 S. 12th 8C Pbona 1639.
WrTF.D rURNITURB. TOOLS, tfU
"'' Phoa SIX. - - t , .
WANTED EVERYTHING fN HARD
were and furaitOr. B it pr4eeo paid
- THB CAPTT.tL HRTWARH .
A FURNITURE OO.
285 N. Ooauaarcial St. . , Phoa 947.
WANTED TO BUY HOUSEHOLD FUB
aitura, tools. miacaliaaeoaa artialoa.
WANTED fURSITURE, TOOLS. , MA
chiaory, stock, ate. Will bay for cash
or aell oa commission. Phon 511.
Woodry. the aactioaeer. ,
IRON STEEL, BRASS. ALUMINUM
Bring th placea. Oxo-Oas Heatiag Co.
$37 CourC t
AUCTIONEER F. N. WOODRY. THE
livestock, furnituro, real oatate auo
tvoneer. Phono 1 for aal date.
Kea. 1610 N. Summer.
COL.' J. B. GABLE AUCTIONEER
farm and eity aalea. 100 fl. High,
Phon 1446. .
G. SATTERLEE. AUCTIONEER. PHONE
430-1211 it 180 X. Com1 1 St. Room 21.
GOOD USED OARS GINGRICH Mo
tor Co, 871 Court.
BERT L. JONES MOTOR CO. HUPMO
bilo dealer. Sate SC at FronC "The
car of th American family."
AUTO TOPS Curtain
so nrder . arirM MiftinhU
Andersoa-Teod. 171 8. High
AUTO OWNERS LOOK I TIME TO
bar that car. repainted. Coma in and
look over our work. On'aetonnt of the
success of our Ford Special Job, it will
bo eontinned. Reliance Auto Painting
Co. 219 Bute, cor. Front 8t4 aeooad
floor. Phone 937. , s
BATTERY AMD ELECTRICIAN
A CAMEL-IZED BATTERY NEVER
needs a drink. C. M. Carlson. 849 N.
Commoreial St. Salem, Ore. '
B, V. BARTON EZIDK BATTERIES,
tartar and generator work. 171 8
Commercial. , .
PRESTO-LITE BATTERY SERVICE
Station. Expert battery aad electrical
-work. Farria Bro. Phon 1803. 418
AUTO ELECTRICIAN: EXPKRT TROtl
blo shooting. 238 N Hirh. Phone 203.
BICYCLES AND REPAIRING
LLOYD E. RAMSDEN DAYTON BIOY
elaa and repairing. 887 CourC
WHITNEY EMMONS CARS WASH
ed and polished. Oleeoa'a Auto , Lx
change. .Phone 666. , - - .
RADIATOR rSVXRR RSPAIBS
RADIATORS FEEDERS. ' BODIES.
, mad or rspairad. J. 0. Bair, $49
i: FTTT. y :
STORAGE, $8.50 MONTHLY. DEAD
atoraga $3.00 monthly Ferry SC Gar-
r. ace. 544 Ferry. ' a ..
TIRES AMD ACCESSORIES
ARMSTRONG TIRES THE KIND
- that Barer wear ouC Thompkias-
Heine, 219 N. Commercial.
USED PARTS x-3 to 1-3 OFF. MIKE'S
Auto wrecking House. 434 North
.Commercial. - Phone 633.:' - i.
A". C. HAAG " Ai CO. 44 FERRY ST.
. Phon 310. Cletrao tractors, Oliver im
FOR SALE ONE TWO-TON DEN BY
..truck, second hand, good shape. One
1 ton truck, good shspe. F. E. Loos,
228 Stat atreC . .
USED CARS BOUGHT
or sold oa commission
s to rare. Oleeoa'a. Auto
WANTED OLD CARS. MAXWELLS.
Chevrolet and Fords. i Mick Soder
Wracking House. 424 N. Commercisl.
FOR SALE A BCICK FOUR SEDAN.
New Last April. Excellent condition.
Bargain. . Phon 2006J.
FOR SALE 1919 CHEVROLET IN
fine mechanical condition aad good
rubber.- Price $225,- -essy terma. See
car at 849 N. Oommereial BC
FOR - SALE 1918 CHEVROLET IN
good running order, lota of extras,
good tires, 1923 license; $175, terms
C M. Carlson, 349 N. Com'l SC
FORD BARGAINS FROM AN AUTHOR
IZED FORD DEALER
All earrodueed for a special clear away
aal. Com in nnd see these values.
Open evenings nnd Sunday a.
1914. Chassia $ 45
1917 Touring J. 165
1917 . Touring . . 180
1918. Touring . 190
1920 Touring 363
1920 Touring, wire wheal J . 285
1921 Touring . ,, 290
1921 Touring 273
1919 Roadster with slip on body. 250
1930 Roadster . . a U 286
1920 Sedan, now paint . 425
1931 Sedan, axtraa . 460
1923' Sedan, axtraa , : 475
1920 Truck, new tires , 875
s Easy Terma
: VALLEY MOTOR CO.
260 North High . Phon 1995
CARPBT AMD FLUFF BUGS
NOTICE TO THE . PUBLIC WE NOW
wear fluff ruga made out of old ear
pels, any length or width you desire
Wo also re-fit. re-eew and sise carpets
Feather renovating and mattress steam
tag and re-making. Salem Carpet
Cleaning and Fluff Rug Work. Phone
1154 : - ' .
CARPET AMD BUG WEAVING
RAG CARPET AND RUG WEAVINU
. Call before 9 a. m. 84F21. . '
CHIMNEY SWEEPING F U R N A C E
cleaning. F. Couacilman Salem Hard
ware Co. -:-)
CLEANERS AMD DYERS
8PICK 'N SPAN CLEANERS AND
dyers. Phone 195.'
SALEM CLEANERS AND DYERS
Suits cleaned and pressed. $1.50
Suits ' sponged , and pressed. 50e
1215 8, Com'L t- I Phone 186$
BREWER DRUG CO. 405 COURT
Phwa 1$4. -,
WM. NEIMEYER "JUST DRUGS.
17$ N. Oommereial. phn 167.
SAT EM XLEOTRIO CO MASONIC
Buadlag. Phon 1200.
ELECTRIO FIXTURE AND SUPPLY
Co. Phoao 1934. 323 M. Liberty.
HALIK'S ELECTRIO SHOP EL EC
rriral machia "repairtc. aOatraoainaT.
$87 Court. Phjaa 488. .
ARCHIE FLEENER, ELECTRICIAN'
. House wiring by hoar r contract.
Estimatea ramiahed. Phono 980, 414
V ; - , -- - . ... V , ,.
I Read ' the Classified Ads.
MONEY TO IOAN ON REAL OR PER-
aonal property. John H.
LOANS ON THE EASY PATMENT
plan, can repay at any time without
extra charge. 417 Oreron Bids.
MARION-POLK COONTY FARM LOAN
association baa money to loan ol
W. 1 Smith, secretary treasurer. $03
Soloes Bonk of Commerce.
I hare for sale a few shares of choice
BANK STOCK AT $110
Information confidential aad in ' person
only.. Call Thursday or Friday.
A. C. Borhnstedt
407 Masonic Temple
CUT FLOWERS AND FLORAL PIECES.
Delirery. O. F. Breithaopt. florist.
133 North Liberty street.. Phono 880.
SEAQROYK FOR FURNACES PIPE
aad plpsMSs; 198 S. 12th Sc Phono
GIESS FURNITURE CO. QUALITY
furnitar for lea money. $7$ Coart
' Phon 464.
PEOPLE'S FURNITURE STORE NEW
and second hand furniture. $71 N.
.. Commercial. -
Ladies' Wearing Apparel
1 DRE8SMAEJN0 j
SPENCER CORSETS TO ORDER
ok r. ant.n. aa .
iressnMKing. uarri aiaaer, nvw
SALEM ELITE HEMSTITCHING,
nleatinr. buttons, s'etnptnv and nedla
work. 323 Oregon Bldg. Phon 87 9
MRS. C. E. MILLER HEMSTITCHING,
stsmping bationa. Room 10. over Mil
ler's store. Phon 117.
"MILLERS' GOOD GOODS HEM
stitching and fancy work parlors; guar
antee good work and quick service. Di
rect over Miller's store, to th right of
. main stairway. .
W. i. MAYER LADIES' TAILORING;
loag coats, aad auic Rooom 7, McCor
aack Bldg. Phoae 693.
s BUSINESS CARDS
CAPITAL HOTEL CORNER. 8TATB
and Commercial. Phone 6 80
ARLINGTON HOTEL CLEAN. COST;
60 ap. 4t2 Stat.
SALEM LAUNDRY COMPANY, 816 6.
Liberty streeC Phone 25. Old
largest bmiC . Established 1889. i
CAPITAL CITY STEAM LAUNDRY
Quality work, prompt service. 1364
Broadway. Phone 13 -
; j . MXDIOAX
MOUNTAIN BALM COUGH REMEDY
ED. CHA STAIN CLOTHING 00. SUITS
aad everooata. Us my stairs: It pays.
; 80S Stat SC -
THE CROSS AUTOMATIC ELECTRIC
Steam boilers, volcaniser and tube
pls.es. Perry 0. Campbell, 817 N.
. . Liberty. ?;-;.-.-; ' '
H. AND M. CO. SPECIALTY GRIND
era and welders. Automotive service.
490 Ferry. - Phono 804.
WECHTXR Js SMITH MACHINISTS,
ngineera. welders, Heald cylinder
grinding service. Phoae 662-345 Fer
ry. . - --'
SALEM CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC
All branches taughc diplomaa granted.
. John R. Sites, director. 1387 OourC
- ' Fhoae 626. ; .
A COURSE IN BUSINESS PIANO
: playiag. Popular syncopated atandard
music Semi-classics and ballads; 12
. lessons. Waterman Piano School, Me
, i ,. MUSIC STORES
GEO. C. WILL PIANOS. PHONO
grapha, aewiag machines.- shoot antic,
j and piano studies. Repairing phono
i graphs and sewing - machine. 482
" Stat., Saiam.
L. D. BRANDON. GENERAL PAINTING
. contractor. Paiating in all its branches
365 N. High St. Phone 1597.
SAUL JANZ EXPERT REPAIRMAN ON
, all makes of talking maehinea, band
and string instruments. CalL - write or
: phon 983, Moore's Muaie House. 415
Court SC Satisfaction, guaranteed.
i PIANO TOTTERS
EDWARD WRLP EXPERIENCE!
piano tuner. Leave orders . Will.
; MaaJ Store - ...
JACK CLEMENT SALEM'S OU
piano) tuner, is back. CalL writ
- phon 1774, th Song Shop, appoaib
' th Court Hons.
TRADE YOUR OLD PIANO FOR A
2 new Victor or Brunswick. H. L. Stiff
' Furniture Co. Musi DrpC
SHERMAN. C AT A CO. PIANOS -:
Stonwera. Duo-Art aad other. Moor'.
: Muaia Hons. 415 Court streeC
HUESERY STOCK- .
FRUIT. NUT AND SHADE TREES
Poarcy Bros. 237 8ute.
COMPLETE LINK TREES SMALt
fruits, ornamentals. Capital CHy Nur
aery Co. 426 Oregon Bldg. Phono 75
CHOICE SMALL FRUIT PLANTS
w Strawberry, blackberry, blackcap,
" berry, currast. grape, loganberry, red
raspberry. Also asparagar, rhubarb.
: etc. Ward K. Richardson, 2305 No.
i FronC- Phono 494. .
FRUIT TREES AND 8HRUBBERY
I Grafted walauC cherry and Italian
i prunetroea. , E A. Bennett Nursery Co
j 2233 Fsirgrounda road. Phono 1280.
1 PAPERHAHOISO AMD PAINTING
PHONE, GLENN ADAMS FOR HOU8I
deeorating, paper hanging, tinting, etc
I Reliable workman. .
TEX CENT' KALSOMINE IN BEAUTI-
ful colors: $1 does a room. Max O.
1 Bur en. 179 N. Com'L
GRABER BROS. PLUMBING AND
beating; general repairs. Phono 550.
141 B. Liberty.
PLUMBING RE PAIRING AND COIl
work. - i Phoao 1397-J. Shop, 13'.
: Uaion atreoC A. L. dodfror.
SECOND HAND GOODS
SALEM BARGAIN HOUSE BUYS AND
r aells second-hand furniture. Tool and
junk. 820 N. Commercial. Pheae.493.
WANTED EVERYTHING IN CLOTH
tag and shoes Best prices paid. Cap
' i ttal Exrhanro. " $4$ N. CommersiaL
' Phon 136 W.
SALEM SCAVENGERS GARBAGE,
refuse of all kiada removed. Cesspools
cleaned. Phono 167 or 1595 W.
S0O9 SCAVENGKK SERVICE (SCO-
eeeaor to Meal Scavenger) Barbage and
refuse of all kiada removed by the
mouth. Keaaoaaote rates. Phones :
Off tee -639. roaidnc 3058.
PARKER'S STAGE LINES
J. W. Parker. General Manager.
Central Stage Terminal Salem, Oregon
i 8ALEM-8ILVk'bVrON DIVISION
Loaves Salem, Central Stage Terminal:
7a.m. 11a.m. 5p.ro
Leavee Siiverton, Newa Stand:
6 a. m. 1 p. m. S p. m. ...
Loavva Salem Central Stage Terminal:
T a. m,. 9 a. m. , n a. m. 8 p. m.
S o. m. .;-.
Leaves Ifoamoath, Monmouth Hotel:
. 8:15 a., m. 1 p. m 6:15 p. m.
Leavea Independence, Beavar HoteL
8:30 a. m. 10 a m. 1:15 p. m. 4 p. m.
We aaaka connections at Salem ta all
parts of th volley. Extra trip b.
J. W. PARKER. General Manager 1
STOVES AMD STOVE REPAIRING
8TOVF8 REBUILT AND REPAIRED
40 years' experience. Depot- National
fane, sites 26 to 2$ laches high.
Paints, ails aad varnishes, etc., logaa
berry and hop hooka. Salem feaee and
Store Werka.' 350 Court atreoC, Phono
CAPITAL CITY TRANSFER CO. 826
State SC Phono 933. Distributing',
forwarding and atoraga our specialty.
. Get oar rstea
WE MOVE, STORE AND SHIP HOUSE
bold good. .Our specialty is piano
-'"aad furniture .Ssoviag. We also make
4 country tripa. , We handle the best
coal and wood. J Call oa na for price.
- We give good measure, good quality
' and good service. - Larmer Transfer
Co. , Pbona 930
8ALEM VARIETY STORE CHINA
ware, glassware, toys, notions, aad mil
SALEM! WATER. LIGHT POWER CO.
Office, 801 South Oommereial 8C Ten
; per . cant discount oa domaatio flat
rata paid is advance. 'No deductions
for abaeaeo or any causa aaleas water
Is shut off your promises.
PHONE 1181. - ED.
UNITED SPANISH WAR VETERANS
Camp 5; Armory. First, third Mondays
FREEMAN A STRUBLS. S10 BANK OF
SALEM AMBULANCE SERVICE,
Phono 666: 178 S. Liberty.
DR. 8. F. SCOTT. GRADUATE NA
' , tional : University Scienses, Chicago.
Mason le Temple. Phono 640. -
DR. WILLIAMS CORNS. CALLOUSES.
ingrown nails; all foot troubles. Price
huh vs. raon 610.
DR. S. R. SMITH, CHICROPRACTOR.
822 Oregon Bldg. Phono 664.
DR. LENA A. BOONE, CHIROPRACTOR,
475 S. Commercial. Hours 10 to 12:
1 to 5. Phone 1415.
DRS. SCOTT A SCOFIELD. P. 8. C
Chiropractors. 414-19 U. S. Bank Bldg.
Phono 87; res. 828-R.
DR. H. L HUM CURES ANY KNOWN
disease. 153 High SC; phone 288 -
MAGNETIC HRA1JNG DR. A. L.
Frantx. Acuta aad' chronic disease a.
. Phoao 780. 25-28 Beyman Block.
SALEM MORTUARY; FUNERAL DIREC
tors, 210 Center. Phon 1656.
MORRIS OPTICAL CO. SUITS $01.
. su4 Oregon Building.
GLASSES FITTED BY THE BOW OP
. tical Co., $25 State street, opposite
Lsdd A Bush Baak. "Us Quality
OR. A. SLAUGHTER ACUTE AND
chronic disease. 415 Oregon Bldg.
rasas iiu. -
DRS. WHITE AND MARSHALL 306
U. 8. Bank Bldg.
DR. FOSTER 404 OREGON BLDG.
Phones 756. 2024-J, ' i
DR. W. L. MERCER OSTEOPATHIC
physician and surgeon. KirVsrille
graauato. aoa eos u. 8. National Bank
Bldg. Phone, office 919; res. 614.
DR. JOHN L. LYNCH OSTEOPATHIC
Physician and Surgeon, 408-404 Ora
goa Bldg. Phoao. ffioe 1894; res.
DR. O. H. KENT. OSTEOPATHIC PHY
slciaa and Burgeon. 408-9 Masonic
Temple. Phones: office 16; residence
BROKEN ARCHES AND OTHER DE
formities of the feet corrected withoAt
loaa of time from your occupation.
' Dra. White A Marshall. X. 8. Bank
FOR 8 ALE MY 16 ROOM HOME AT
itw cnemeketa street. Wall adapted
( for rooming. , Phone 1280.
FOR TRADE FARM. CITY AND CAN
ada property. See us, 180 N. Commer
eial. street. Room, 21. Phoao 430. G.
Satterie. V " ' - . i:
FOR SALE TWO- ROOM HOUSE new)
aad two lota,, $545; $185 cash, balance
$5 a month.
Compton Real Estate
469 SUte' St. ?
FOR SALE EIGHT ROOM HOUSE AT
1893 8. Commercisl, lot 50x150; good
reasons for selling.
W. G. Krueger I
208-209 Oregon Bldg. Phono 2 It
s Wood's Bargains
Four-room bungalow and six lots. $1650.
Good six-room house, bearing fruit
. trees, $1700. New bungalow, $2650.
tnke a cur part pay. Choice lot on
pavement. $550. Fin' lot near state
. bouse, .price right. Want - a horn in
. Salem as payment on' 60-acre farm.
' 320-scra farm for aal ht $65 per acre.
2 00-acre farm to trad for snborbaa
V homo. Money ' to loan. $2000, $1000,
$800. Two lota to trade for team. -F.
L. Wood. 341 State St.
i Iv , Two Bargains
One S- and on 6 room bungalow, prae-
a tically aew, and ion bargain. Neces
sity compels aarrifiee to your be net it.
Over lOO other, house ta a-ll. See
The Fleming Realty Co,
$41 Stat SC ,
A Wasco Count v Section
Cheap Will take medium priced house
Salem, Portland, or between. Fleming
Jtealty Co., 341 Stat St.
ANDERSON A RUPERT
406-7 Oregon Bldg.
- REAL ESTATE
FOR SALE A ' MODERN HOME IN
every detail; east front, a garage and
two lot, $5600. ."
A 6-roora house, all on. floor, $6800 -A
5-toom bouse, full cement basement;
fireplace, $26O0. .
A 7 room house, corner lot, $1900.
GOLDEN RULE REALTY CO.
Gertrude J. M. Pago, 492 N. Cottage St.
WANTED TO BUY FROM OWNER
- house and kC for cash. Must be cWa
in ard reasonable. Address W. E.
SOME FINE BUILDING LOTS IN
Oaka Additnon; $419, $444, $469,
$519. $555. $594, $655. $769, $870,
$905, $955, $970.' $1005, $1170,
J.A Mills '
831 i Stat Street. .
IMPROVED. 40-ACRE FARM, 6 MILES
south of Salem, , 22 aerea prunes; 6
acres of cherries, apples, walnuta and
M. J. Hunt
Ladd A Bush Bldg.
STORE FOR SALE
General merchandise, stock and fixtures.
$45,000. . Rent $25 per month, long
lease. Located in thriving valley town
and doing good business. Want Salem
A. W. ESTES REALTY CO.
. 328 Oregon Bldg -
FOR SALE TWO PISE LOTS CLOSE
in ; f ino 7-room plastered house,' lot
150x187 on S. Com'L $4500. Five
acres on pavement, mostly all in fruiC
good buildings, $3500. Trade for city
property 33 acr?s close in on psved
road with fine modrn bungalow. $0000.
See this. Two good houses in N- Salem
to trade for improved acreage close in.
'W. McLaren Realty Co., 180 N Com 1
SC Phono 430. -; V
SALE OR EXCHANGE FIFTY-ACRE
ranch near Creswell, 20 acres in . bear
iag apples; about 100' peach trees;
summer honse; will, spring, no debt;
fenced. Will accept Hslem property
Iwith small acreage. Write owner. E,
IK. Barnes, Creswell, Ore.
7-room modern bungalow, furnished, lo
cated on Fairmount Hill. Price $6200.
9-room modern home with largo corner
lot on Court SC Priee $8400.
9-room modern home - complete in every
way, close in on Center SC. $7500.
6-roora modern borne with - hardwood
floors, in Oaka addition, $7875, terms.
5-room modern bungalow, east ' front en
8. Com'L $4200. Immediate possession.
5-room bungalow on Richmond avenue,
$2750, essy terms. This place i new.
Real Eatat and Fire Insurance.
W. H. Grabenhorst & Co.
i 275 State Street '
TO EXCHANGE ONE ACRE. MOST
all in fruiC with 4-roora plastered
1 house and garage, on block from car
line. Price $2550. Want, email house
la town or good car. - .
Two-room house and two nice lot for
W have two good homes in Salem to
trade for farma. '
Money to loan. .
- : Thomason v
3314 State Street.
Adele Gsurlaoi's New Plutse of
REVEUTIONS OF A WIFE
H CHAPTER 229
THE DEMONSTRATION MRS.
'Gathered around ""'littfca Mrs.
Durkee's tea table, reflecting In
its appointments the t'aintiness
of our hostess, we discused her
fragrant-, tea, her j toothome bis
cuits, and ' her . delicious Jam.
while she, too excited to eat any
thing, deluged the Test of us
with questions concerning the
things we had fot nd in my home.
I noticed that Lillian adroitly
manoeuvred the con vqrsatTdn so
that Edith Fairfax; held the cen
ter the stage.i and did the
most tjalking. I, of course, fol
lowed Lillian's lead, and the re
sult was whatJ-Jlliao evidently
wtnted that the f stoy of the
wanton . wreckage-" inside my
house took in the color of
Edith's opinions, j
: "Whoever could have done It?"
Mrs. Durkeo exclaimed, as after
a time even her avid curiosity
was satisfied , that there was no
detail left untold. "I shan't
sleep a wink until Alfred comes
home. I just know I'll be mur
dered in my, bed. They must
have teen terrible desperadoes to
act .that way." t '
"I don't think r so." EtUth's
tone was decisive. ."It was ex
actly, the j vandalism boys
ycung hoodlums wo:ld commit,
W- they were hunting for money
or liquor. They wouldn't have
the nerve to come Into a house
whiqh . was occupied. But a
house with the people away it
is like a treasure island to a cer
tain1 typo of moron .criminal
mind. And when, ! after ransack
These sites are on macadam
road, mail route and electric
light line 1 miles from Salem
limits and are all good soil
that will grow' anything.; The
keeping of "bees, poultry and
cOw are Ideal lde lines for city
employed people who prefer to
live outside of the limit of high
taxes only 5 minutes ride from
their work. -W can sell you 10
such sites as above described
for only $5,250; $1,250 caah,
the balance to suit at 4, See
n .at once. , Socolof sky, - 341
State. You can sell these sites
at $1,000 each and double your
HOLDING A HUSBAND
' ' - - - V
ing everything, " they found : no
money, , they simply gave vent to
their, rage by destroying things
r.nd' writing, that stuff. I'm
afraid you'll ;ind other things
destroyed as you go . along."
S ' ' i
I Agree with - Edfth.t
I sna turned to me wun a cour
teous air' of solicitude which. 1
knew j wa'j only - perfunctory. 1
was not misled by the ready aid
she had- given me. In realty,
she was utterly Indifferent to any
Joy or sorrow that touched only
me, but her senso of honor and
her breeding .prevented her from
doing anything else save help 'me
In every- way possible.
Little Mrs. Durkre pursed her
lips 'thoughtfully and' looked t
"I can't think it was the work
of just boya," she said obstinate
ly. ".What ; do you think Lil
lfan?f .''. . ' ,
"I agree with Edith." Lillian
returned Quietly. "At first f
thought It was the work of pro
fessionals, but Edith called - my
attention to one or two. things
which convinced me she was on
the right track. And all my later
Investigations only confirmed her
opinion. No. I think that is the
only solution.'. '
I Over Edith's "face wept a
'gratified look, and I knew that
Lillian's purpose was achieved.
.There would be no el'ghtot hint
tof suspicion In Edith Fairfax's
mind that -the vandalism in my
home' could possibly be traced
to any' other source than the one
upon which she had deefded.
I But the obsti nancy of opinion,
! which Is one of little Mrs. Dur
ikee's most tsriklng characteris
. tics, would, not yield. She turn
Jed to me pettishly. ;
I - -'' "
Mrs. Durkee's "Inspiration."
- "I suppose yon Rave the same
opinion 'as these ' other . two,'
sne saia. i -,
JTo en , you the truth, my
drar," I replied, with an air of
weariness wh'ch t did not "need
to assume. "I haven't formed
any opinion. I've been, too much
upset to think of anything." .
"Of course, you poor dear!"'
she assented with the ready sym
pathy which ; she offers to any
trouble. "Here, do have, another
cup of tea! There's nothing like
tea to set you, up when you've
had any terrible th'ng happen."
' She'bualed horself with ' the
teapot while Lillian. Edith and I
smiled . with af fecttphate amuse
ment at each other over her! nn-
consctaus head., -Our little neigh
bor Js so , genuine a soul, with
such royal kindliness of. heart
that the smiles -which Irresistibly
come at her childishness and ob
stinacy are ; always tinged with
tenderness. . " J , : k .r
"There!" she said as she pass
ed the cup to" me. "I've ixed
it just to your liking one lump
and a slice of lemon. Now drink
t down every, bit, and then I'll
tell you what I think about this
business." .: , .". . . ';'., V
I obeyed her,'. and when I had
finished our little hostess put her
bead on one side Uke a bird and
pursed her lips judicially as if
she .were going to, give utterance
to a jnost profound opinion.
I "I just know it wasn't boys."
she said at last, r'and you can't
make ma think it was. It must
have, been .somebody- that "
She stopped short,' clapped her
hand over her mouth, as a child
might have done, and looked at
us with eyes whtch excitement
made, round and, starry. . "A
"I've just thought a! the real
answer to all this, she said ve
hemently, "and t you ,can keep
your bid theories. I'll bet I
know who did all this, but I'm
not going to tell any of you. 1
always wanted . to be a real '. de
tective, and I'm going to work
this out by myself."
(To Be Continued.) .
PRICES GO DIM
i CHICAGO, Feb. ' 6. Likelihood
of peace between ! Great' Britain
and Turkey carried prices down
ward in the grain markets today.
Wheat closed heavy, half to lHc
net lower, with, May $1.18 to
$1.184, and', July, $1.13? to
$1.13. Corn lost half a cent
to 1H, and oats to c. In
provisions . the outcome ranged
from 2 cents decline to 12 cents
Wheat showed some weakness
at the outset, but it. was only to
ward the end of the day that" the
market underwent a decided fall.
The difference was that during
the earlier dealings many traders
feemed to be in : doubt as to
whether peace talk had any sub
stantial basis. Later dispatches
received here, however, were defi
nite enough to bring about gene
ral selling and to leave the mar
ket with but little support.
Liberal enlargement of the
United States visible supply, to-
; gether with continued absence of
(next export-business acted as fur-
I ther weight" on values in the grain
market Besides, snow , was fall
ing over much of the winter wheat
belt,- and ..althougb' a return of
cold weather was looked - for, the
temperatures were expected to be
less severe than was recently the
caset? On ther"other' hand, prim
ary receipt today r were smaller
.than a week ago and as compared
with lagt year's figures.
IN i GRAIN MARKET
GO IIP UGhIO
Aggressive Buying Movement-
Is Stimulated in -
NEW YORK, Feb. 6. Stock
prices , were , pushed up to new
high levels for the year in today's
market, the most active of the
year, In ; another aggressive . buy
ing , movement which was stimu
lated by more extensive public
participation and feverish activity
of speculative pools. .The market
again, appeared to ignore the for
eign situation which has exerted
a restraining effect on business
for the last two months and took
its cue from the more favorable
trend of domestic trade andT busi
ness conditions. , .
. There-were several construc
tive developments to account for
tho strength and activity of indi
vidual groups and, shares. These
included announcement of higher
prices for all grades of wire goods
crude rubber . and Cuban raw
sugar. ' .j . ;., , ".
The upward movement "embrac
ed all sections of the list but was
particularly! effective , In the
equipments, tobaccos, ; dividend;
paying rails, motor and eugars.
Considerable profit : taking
made its appearance In the early
afternoon, particularly in the
steel shares and the high priced
specialties, but the offerings were
well absorbed' and gains . of from
to 2 paints were c.ul(e commoa
at the close. ' , '... '
Call money opened at 4 -4. per
cent-and then eased off , to 4 1-4
wher4ft: closed. Brokers contin
ued "to bid 4 3-4 per cent' for all
but the shorter maturitie3 for
time money and a few loans and
renewals were arranged at that
flgure. Out of town bankers con
tinue to be the principal takers of
commercial paper, the bulk of the
prime names commanding 4 1-2
per cent. , , ; .
Foreign, exchanges lield firm
with the volume of business tran
sacted comparativey small. De
mand sterling sold around 4,68,
the year's high and only one cent
below the high for the last three
years, established . last j month.
French francs were quoted around
6.41. German marks sold at
.021 1-5 cents, the reichsbank re
porting another ' unprecedented
weekly increase , in circulation,
bringing the total close to the two
NEW YORK. Feb. 6. Evap.
orated -apples, quiet; prunes
steady; apricots more . demand;
peachea steady.. '.-.'; :
"R T Vi-r n v . t. . .
Io- j 1 ehurniag- cream. 4e f. ol h
Portland; nndorgradee. 46?J.
EOtrSUJi SETTLED . .
Current receipts, 85028e white b..
aeriea. 28Q 9 d.r.rtd ; pu"
storage, nominal. f . .
: LIVK POULTBT SLUGGISH .
.( aaision) Heavy hens. OQ
sUJb.; do light, ie; .priVgs. XiVlcTt
eld roosters 10c; dueka. white Pckin.
youag. 17lgei dre.,,,1 dnek 80e2le:
turkey, Ko. 1 dressed. 81 88e: ceos.
live, 15lSc; do dressed, Sf '
,'' DRESSED MEATS PIRM
commission) Choice light hogs,
13c; undergrsdes, 10 12c; top grsoV.
lac" 1 215E 12C! BBdi4 n
-V". BAT AMD OKAXbT -
. HAY SLOW ,
(Dettvered Portland) VaUer ttmathr
-. BAIX, SLOW WEAK ; ?
trT . vUo $IJT01.27;
$1.201.30? oau. nominal- Eastern yell
--inal; barlev, naming; mill
- , PKU1I. ' . . ' ..
. . PRUIT STEADT
Apple. 60cA$L60 (according "to rs-
5 .b4 Pkek! P ' Anjou, $15 Q
1.50 box. - , ,
Oregoa potatoes, S068e cwt.; Oregon
cabbage, 1 e lb.; parsnips. 7S85e
sack; carrots. 75 aackr onions, $1.60(9
' ewt.; cauliflower $15pl0 dofn.
HOPS - ,
HOPS STEADT '
. 2Vopr1921 erep, nominal,' new eroiv
5 f lb.
WOOL, XTO. ! '
Half blood and fine. S5G0e; throe
eighths blood. S235ct qosrter blood.
SO 82c; low qaartsY and braid. 24 Q
87c; matted or elottd wool, 22 25c
NOTE Ess tern Oregon, Washingtan
and Idaho ranch clip bring 1 to S eenta
leas than valley wooL)
SALEF.1 MARKETS I
Prices quoted are wholesale and are
prices received by farmers. Ko retail
pricea ar given except aa noted.
No. X wheat $1.10. - , ,
No. 8 wheat $18.
. No. 8 Rod wheat, each. 81.07.
- Cheet hay, - $20. . i
Oat hay $20 22. - . ;
Clover hay,- ball, $2123. . i
. EOOS, BUTTER AND BUTTESTAT '
Eggs, wholesal. 23c. ...
Creamery butter, 48 50
Battortat, delivered, 48 Q 52e.
Milk. $2.45 cwt.
Leghorns, BprioBers. 1315e
Heaa. light, 12e.
- Hens, heavy. 18 - i
PORK, MTTTTOK AMD BEEP -
.Hoga. top. 14 H. j ,
Lire hoga. Sc. - - .
Heavy rough, 6 2 6 '-4 c T
Pressed bog. 18 124 e. '.
- Top veaU dreaaod, 1213e.
-'. Top htoT. 13c . - . 7
- Cow, $0c - M, , .
- Bannnaa lie. . '
Lemona $7 8.50.
Kavel orangea $.50f34.T5 TV?
- Florida grapofro t. $7O7.60. -T'ttr
Date. $3.75 ft 3.75.
, BUNCH VEGETABLES
." Becta, carrots, tnmtns, $1 per des.
- -- MOTS ,v-. ;
Walnuts 20 lb.
Pilbert 200 lb.- - .i. drw
- Almonda 20 lb. V ". "r t
, Brazil, 15 lb. jUT"' ' JS t i