The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980, February 16, 1923, Page 7, Image 7

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FRIDAY-MORNING, FEBRUARY- ICV-IQS
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rj INSURANCE BOCIETT
v 7W.-H. Burghardt. J
giipnt Aot -7. State St,
7F v MONEY TO LOAN ;
; . On. Real Estate , ." ; ,
. ft, K. FORD '
v (Over' Ladd & Bash Bank)
;. NEW' TODAY
IT.rEMAJ' STABLE,- 510 BASK OF
; sacra 3'dg- ..'--' "' .-
i CCTION SALE OF USED CARS
fcsturday eveaing. February 24. at T:30
: Dob's miea.tbt opportunity to get
' er t Tour a price. W expect to
J ' kit r4 uwnaut to offer. . ,
: OLESOK AUTO EXCHANGE
, v. 173 o. ierty
WAJfTED MODEBX TWO OB THREE
roem prtnient. by Monday. Feb. 10
. Pbbn -1500. . . .. . ' . T
fOa.BEUT - FCRXISHBD HOUSE-
i fcunin (Mat. I AlBO HV tWO-rOOUl
1630 Court "stret Friday after 4 or
Saturday.: -',.. '
T
' j0 NTJT RJBK A LOSS -OF $5000 TO
910,000 through" aa' dto accident,; bo I
. ineur with u today. Low cost and
' prompt 'payment ( - losses. 8tandley A
Foley, Aft. Phono 84T.J : - . v
3 iWAXTED TO BUY FROM' OWifFR
i v fltt r ait-room house,-or other deeir
A U property. Can pay $1500 cash,
i State price and location. Peter Paul
t ; to a. Box 133, Salem, Oreroa. . . t
V GET YOUR VrTASftNES BY EAT1XO
; i feeowood ' Cottage Cheese. It ia de
' lirered fresh daily to your grocer from
a medera sanitary dairy. - ,
ror.D SEDAN FOR . SALE WIKE
whM-la, good vphoUtery. motor in good
.condition, ric $32.3. Boaioeaa Men'
-' Abutment Company;' Haaonie Bid.
IX -T 'TWO : PACKAGES" OF7MER-
fhndi put into wrong ear . by mia
t t..a.1ftarnto .Central Cigar Store. .
r - KEW EHORTHAXD CLASS- STARTS
' xt Hoadey. . February. 19. Capital
t Buinee Ceilege.V , , .;, ..?
-1 j i ' i - .......
.WASTED-VTWO BOOM MEN AT COBS
ft lutcfcell mili. Phone mill office.
viaeu.vregon.
Li.
K isvESTOita i notice .
t Owner wilt eell'cnea'p on eaey'terma.
SO aeree 1 H - mile r eet of - Salem. '
V, Addreta lX O. Stateeman. : - i
i . . .
C res S.VLE or! ..trade that are
1. 3 oril looking'' U. ' Well .iarproTed
i' tract; 'take dty. property ep to
? j I -&.-,-AnothetJon 34 aere. all
c 'riXtd afid good land, fair baildtngi
! i'riee $a500i'w,t eity property;
1 1 paj iferen4, , Alao-,130 acres' lit
.1 nook eotmty,ide.to highway -and
' rrea factory in beet dairy county i
f i UU price. $1 tOO; trade. for Jiere-
1 . .t pay, caah. difference. 159 aerea ia
1 . i- ,ifcDakea 18-area in" Colorado
Ijr-- property ire.'JIf yonhTo'y
' p-rperty to 'hanie'- why doBvt r"
l Ch'?4 Jfc BethttV 540,8tt St. ,
; iric?; 5oo jcll -ixahooant "piano.
p .ia-eoa. rdbd tee and. Action, tlvSj
15 dwa,.$A),pr.weel(.. , .
,::)tly kaed pianev gaotd aw 6 week
" - tI98; $3 dow,,$1.50perwekw m
i 800 player piano with rolla and beo-b.
eeld new ne year ago. Thia .bntfel
pieae only 32S','i i real hoy;"' flO
: ; dews. 2 .SO'.per Week.w - '
i : TAL! MA"' PIANO STORE rr .
. , - -, M., S. jCom' l 8t. V . . '
.h :To Exchange!-
Vatwell eaT or lot or email bona, north..
8-rnom hea with. J4- ere id -Fila
City Priced at. $1500; trad for jtmall
hodxe in 6K:m. '. "f -j-'.
Statue in -ftelei to trade- for. Dbl1a propv
erlr. Wanted i-rtom , boue in- East
h Seltm. Will "pay $300 . eaeh and $25
j per' month. -;t ;
' - " -ThomasQn - "
tt31H- Stat. Street.. .- '
t AVoodslB.argains :
; Ten. aero "tract three milee out on good
road, good Jbuildings; wrthnrd, and. ber-
rie. runnlnj'Water, $3500; tnight-Uk
.a home lo Sla part pay. 40 ncree n
pared "highway, .,aU "under, plow.'amall
. hoese. line' iew barn, orchard, running
wair; wapA: n'hoeae in ;Salen.- Four
room honae. $$00.' Set en-room modert
house, ;$3300 Money to loan. f
A 6rLSXTII TRADE IS PORTLAND
. P-room bo tine. - hardwood floor ; fur;
Mr for- bouse laud lot- in Salem.
Corner lot and two buildiage for $1900.
Corner, lot cloa la and two brflldinga for
$300. . .; , ;,- Ag''-
. .? Golden Bule Realtor,' -,
i- (Golden Rule Realtor) .
" " ' 492 'orth Coottage
A SEAT I0DEBN."-5-ROOM BUNGA
low. with baeement, $2750. 50 acre
: with, goobuildiag and oqulpmeut, S
, asUe out, pr'c $900O;' wiU tab city
- property to $4000. 10 acrM. 7, plow
land, baa m cood' apring, 3 mites out;
1 J 3 per acre; no buildings. $1000 to
? lean. , " ' .
5 J. A. Mills
33U; State Street.
I 'BtST.BUVg AND EXCSAXOES
'8 rnoaa modem bouae."- om paeot.
block from Stat atreet, ctaee, f 330C;
$500 -eaah. balance $25 monthly:
13 acre. , all ultiatedv ' 9 cres bearing
iogana. .bonta. barn,, coop, '. en pared
road, 1 mile ri Salem. $5000. eaay
- tertiavy '." i .'') . '. "H - .
50 acres, it cleared. " timber.' I er
Boyah Anno ? therriesv l-4 cr ; rsp
l barriea, acres apples, 5 room kouae.
v - bar., poultry ind -brooder ouo,--jw-
rem. 5 miles. from Ladd Bosh bank;
$400081000 ab- balaac 6 oer cent.
This would'; make apleadid poultny
ranch.
5 rr timberi $800 cash; SO ers tim
Ter. $175p, raay-terms; 34 acre titp-
"ber.,$3230. i The-34 acre. tract has
bo a, bsra.-aihd.ia all - fenced. Terms
' hhl( aal t . - . -: - ' - "
y : socotoFsmr ';"4-i. '
841 -St-nte''---"- i-..
EMPLOYMENT-
WOOD CUTTERS, , "WANTED TO rut
1 to 500 rerdg I ir end eak. Abrama,
, , tl South ComiiHercl! lret. .4 i
; : v
ELnpRI.T- COtlPLE CAPABLE- OF
earina; for lt-acre place aad wb ,1
i . growing wanted s permanent teu-L -;
1 at. ifagt, baeh own. eqaipTtfenV'
; i -,A. Til ftOnttNSTrfrT . -
i(. llaaoaie; TeiDp4v Salem. 0reg ;"
, WTEttXPcntKNhrllr STOMAS TO
5 Ed. KoiurVriiWrii M rfc .Theo-
' r ?' ten dVts, 0a FVkionl- fit- Prt
WANTED MKN ANI WOMEN i-Tu
t tolc farxa paper aahcHptMa. A fwMl
'. prepositioB K tho rirbt IwopU. Ad
tbo-inojaad. 4lttHWi
. taeortma ' v
&?Veofc U Insertions) -
PERSONAL
OCT MARRIED BEST MATRIMONIAL
PPr published. Fro for stamp. Cor
reapomdent. Toledo. Ohio.
FOR SALE
?
BXXD8, ZXOWERS AND PETS
JUST RECEIVED COLLIE PUPPIES,
i hyrh elaaa stock, eery pretty females
3. mle $15. Flakes ,Ptlnd. 873
1 state. . i ,
FAJUg PAFEB
' TOO WANT TO GUT THE BES1
!? B "' -od 15 to. the Peciiic
Home lead. Salem. Oregon, for a three
ft" fmJ aubaertntioo. ; s Miaiiet
hi od. i 3 -
OULTttYMEN 8EHD EIGHT TWO
. eent aumpa for apeeial thro moaths'
trial for the beat and oldest journal ia
the week". Tbe artielas aad odeortieo
aaent or oi. apeeial iateroat to tb
voujixy , brooder of - tb North woet
nhw. Poults Jeeraal, tll Com
reil vrt, aUlem, Oregon. .
LIVESTOCK
PIGS FOR BALK PHONE 105P11.
PtASOS
USED CHICKERIKQ G KAND, IN GOOD
h"P- W omo torma. a L.
Stiff . Fumltur Co. : .
"TOR SALE GOOD U8ED MAHOGANY
plan left ua to aIL Priop $300.
term. . H. L. SUXf Fumltur Oo. Mu-
'' -oopartm)? ; . - -
wood
Best Grade; Mill Wood
Four .ft. and 1 Inch, dry miU 'wood.
Four tC groea Mill wood. '-
Prompt- deliver? aaf reasonable prioeo.
Fred E. WeUa, 80S 8. Churak. Pboa
152. 1 , - i -
KlgCBLXjurBOTja
WANTEJJ-aONE OB TWO : CHILDREN
" If iJ0 tM' Prit family. -Apply 195
" N. Front St, room .. ' , t
APPLES 75e PER BOX: r FOR $8.00.
Good potato, 75 sack, delivered.
; Ward K. Richardson. 8395 N. Front.
Pbon 494. ? ? ; . r
FOR SALEGOOD 1 BLACK DIRT. ORE
' gon Transfer 8trag Co, of at 17th
and Court street. Salem. ' '.. ."..;
FOB SALE 8-SPEED i INDIAN .U0TOR
eyelo. Banger motorbike.' 22 repeating
- rifle. -All -three ta tood'eondlttoiit for
$100. A good bargain. - Win p.
, .; aratv- CU 83F4.. g .
FOR SALE CASH REOISTdtB, At
most new lee (baa half prie; also
large Norris af ehosp. Oiese Fulai
tnra Co, 8S-T7 Court. , ; j . .. ;
Beautiful . Oregon Rose . :
aad eloroa otber Orvgoa aongu. togethef
. with a fine eolleetioa of patriotl ooags
' cred soogs nd maay , old time faror
' It. ' . -. -" ' - -, - . J-- .
ALL FOB 25
(Bpedal price ia quantity Ivta)
especially adapt hi. 1 fer- aebooU euuu
ity or homo, alagle- ftand for
; - Westerrt 'Songster ;
. ti agos, now in It thira tdltJo..
Puhlisaed hy -j . ;
OREGON TEAC HERS MONTHLY
FOB SALE ' OLIJ KEWdPAMaVS, It
' cat a bend I. Clreulstlo departmiat
' 0no etateamas).: V-i"-i rt
i . a : . -
DOUBLE WEAR imotSACTORT TO
t : wearer. ehap'. X W. Hi Cotvars,' $98; B,
0AI.L,. ISEND p PltflNB FOR ESPRIT
4V .Amoar Toilet- requiaites at the
Fl9b-sr-itt-tharBotU perfume Shop-, lift
... K" liiberty Ev j- i .f t t ' '.. ; ;
FOR 'RENT
APARTMENT!
APARTMENT FOB RENT, 891 NORTH
ComahreiaL' X J
... . " i . I. t
FOB RENT UNFURNISHED MODERK
frre-roens flat at 846 V Ferry St. $35J
..ivi- n.n ti...--. k i .1
fXlee, or. phoao 33. . j . , " :
FOB REST rCRhJISBED MODERN
fiTa-roon IJat, at 64 Ferry St. $50
'a month. . Call at SUteamsa ouslaest
' ofiieor r phoa88. f i.- t
HOUSES
i t
MODERN ; .FURNISHED " HOUSE FOB
' rent. Inquire Mr. Stiff : at SUM Fur-
. altra Co.. . j . -. t ';,. . ' '.
BOOMS
WANTBDi-FOUR PEOPLE FOR MEALS
Csll 8S Front Bty room ; .- '
FOR RENT LARGE tSLKEPIKOv ROOM
in modern home, clos .in; gentiemaa
only. Pboad 187TR. - ic !
FOB RENT FURNISHED ROOM. Mod
era. Mrs. Henry Rewe, $$0 North 12vh
trt. i ' -r; :3. : ?
THREE HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS: NO
ehildr. Call ia sftoraooa; tl
' tar strC ' . . '
PIANOS '
NEW PIANO FOR RENT $8 FEB MO.
. H. U Stiff Faraitar Oa. , r
VYAffm)
hascxmunsoui
WANTED GEESE AT ONCE. Mrs, ML
- Sawald. Root , 1. Independence. . Ore. ;
OLD- MATTRESSES MADE OVER- f
Capital City Bedding Co. pbon 19., ,
WANTED FUBNITURX.' TOOLS, ETC.
. Ptma 511.1 ; : , - y : ' . - i f t
WANTED ATVERTTHtNG ' fN HARD
, wsr aad-furuttaro. Ba pi i'a paid
, THB CAPITAL HAHDWAM
m FPRNrTORE CO.. ,i. r v
18R N..Om'rrisl St.. ; (- Pba.847
.WANTED' TO BUT HOUSEHOLD FUR
eltueOV, -oanioi-miseaJUaeou' - artiele
WANTED-FURNITORRj TOOIA MAj
' chieery. -torh. etc. .Will buy for eae
of dell . o 1 .eommisssea. . Pboa $1 1
: Woedry,, the auctieSee(. t
BUSINESS CARDS
tBON. 8TEEJU.BRAB81 ALUMINUM -BHeg
4ho, piece. Oao-Gae Heotiaa; 0
t aae Ourw if..-" ... -
' AUCTIONEER
AUCTIONEER , K. 'WpOpRT, THE
- u-teeuxA. loraltar, real oetate aue.
;-,ieaeei.- 'Photo' Ml ' for bale date
j Bk. JlB.y. Ijummr. . - ": .-- . .V t
COlti J. i GABLE AUCTIONEER--v
fm Ud it l i-l0 8. High
f 1448. 1 t v: ".- .
it
O; N VTTCRLE. .AUCTlOKBfcB. P.HON i
38-tlllJ;ieo r. iwi iii.' woom at;
UTOfQlRECTORY
. i ii ii i . (.. i-i.i ,,. 7
111! Slt irviairu. vwoio l"
look er our work. Oa aceonat fthe
eueees of our Ford Spoeial b. it will
be coutinned. iteliao-e , Aula fa hi tie g
SIP -; rer-Frat 8 1 second
floor. lha V37.
AUTO DIRECTORY
- AUTO TO
AUTO TOPS Curtslns
tAndersoa-Tod. 171 8. High
BATTERY AND EXJCOTBICIAV
A CAMEL-IZED BATTERY -NEVER
eed drink. 0. M. Carlaoa, $49 K.
. Commareial 8t, SaUm, Or. -
B. D. BAKTON CXIDE BATTERIE8.
starter aad generator work. ; 171 . 8
Commorsial.
PBE8TO-LITE BATTERY SERVICE
Station. Expert battery aad electrical
work. Ferris- Broe. Pboa 1808. 418
' Courk . , .,
AUTQ ELECTRICIAN ; . EXPERT TROU
bl shooting. 838 M .High. Pbon 203,
BICYCLES .AND. BXPAIRZNO
LLOYD E. BAhlDEN DAYTON BICT
1 aad repairing. '887 Court.
T CAB WASHING
WHITNEY EMMONS CARS WASH
. od and polished. Olssoa An to Ex
ebaaco. . Pbon- Mta. ; . . . 4,
BADIATOB 8t XXNDBB XXPAIBS
RADIATORS FENDERS, BOWIES
mad' or repaired. J. C Bair, 849
. Perry. . i ;
TTJLB8 AND AOCB8SOBISS
ARMSTRONG TIRES THE KIND
that- never wear out. Thompkia
Heina, 219 N. Commercial.
USED PARTS H to l-t OFF. MIKE'S
Auto wrecking Houae. 484 North
, GraamarrteL Phona S88
I HAVE SOME NEW CHEVROLET.
Maswoll and Stadebakar ring gears.
piniona. asle gears had spider geara.
Also an Elgin body, nearly aew. Opea
Sunday 9:80 till 4.- -8CHEELAR8.
AUTO WRECK' 0T HOUSE
854 Ferry Street. . Pboa 819
.TRACTORS
A. Ci' HA AG A COi. 444 ' FERRY ST.
Phon 810. Cletr tractor, Olirer tm
pWmeata ... . .. . . i
USED CARS-
Used1, cars . bought
or aold oa eommisslos4
storage. - Oiosoa'8 . Autd
Exchangi." 4 t
FOB:: 8ALE lyift CHEVROLET IN
fine meobsaieel condition and good
: rubbr..-,Priea $285, easy terms. Bo
ar At 840 H. Commareial St.
FOR., SALE 191$ CHEVROLET IN
good running order, lots of traa,
' good tire,. 1923 Ueoaso; $175, terms
. C. H. Caxlaon.. 849 N. Com'l St.
SEE fBOSZ BARGAINS ia USED CAHS
1018 Dodge' Touring' 1920 motor) -$203
1920 Orerlaad Touring 85
1918 Oakland Touring .: ... 265
- VALLEY MOTOR CO
260. ;'. High , i Phoa 1995
;':', r TERMS .
' REAL BARGAINS IN GOOD " -
. USED CARS . I A
On If 1 : Mitchell,- excellent eondl- '
.tion, first etsss paint job. This
tsf'ts just like new .... ..$750
Oae Orermnd Chummy "85Q
Ono 191 8 Briaeo. good.. , r : 2O0
One-1917 aeries Studebaker ,,. " 76
Oa 1914 Maxwell, rone good - 50
; 4". -Gash, terms or trsda
V,Y V-1' t-"-No-Brokeraf. - , "
' 5 TW. PETTYJOHN CO.
179. N. Commareial. 8t. : Phono 1200
4- A
1 VICKt BROTHERS USED CAR;
' - - BULLETIN . : - ?
ChatiBers.S-pas, new paint ,, , $300
Scrips-Booth Roedater. 1919 ..... ..450
Ford (Track. 1019, body aad cab BOO
1919 Oakland Touring, aew paint. 850
1918 -Ford Touring ,,. 185
SSOrerUdA .Touring 100
8tudehakr. 1918.5 1 . 150
Buick. Touring .. ? 100
High 61 a Trade t - . Phonel84i
FQ&D BARGAINS FROM AUTHOR
IZED FORD DEALER
1 931-Coop, wir wheals, motor K.-
i 4935302 . $325
11T" Touring. Motor No. 408754 205
I92I Delivery, motor No. 4997751 253
191T Tourisg. motor No. 1099374. 180
IfttS Touring, motor No. 2566495. 190
1920, Taurine, motor No. 4194194 . 253
1921 Toorinc motor No; 4 59 -i 840 290
1920 Sedan, motor No. 497325 - 425
1022 8HDAN. motor No. 5438871 . 475
1915 Roadster, motor No. 490804--j- 185
1920 Truck, aew .tires, motor N.
-8M9128 X : : $75
. 'VALLEY MOTOR CO. :
280 High" ' r Phn1995
't;-.- TERMS, rv; - .:
BUSINESS CARDS
V ' ' CAJtPBT AND rXUFF EPOS -
NOTICE TO' THE 'pifBLIC WE NOW
weara fluf f run made oat of old ear
. Aay 'leAgth or width yen desir
W alao te-fit. r-aw and also rarn
Feather reaerati a r and mat treaa ateayu
tng aad. re-msking. Btem fJarp
desaiag aad Fluff. Bug. Works. Pboa
1184 - . . ; . ,
CARPET AND RUG WEAVING
RAG. CARPET- AND RUG WEAVING
Call bfor a. m. 84F21. " , '
CHIMNEY SWEEP
CHIMNEY SWEEPING Y U R N A O E
t cleaning. F. Councilman. Salem Hard-
r-Cip...-.'.- - . .- ' -I
DRUG STORES
BREWER -DRUG CO. - 405 COURT
' Pham 184 - : V 7 i
int.-- NEIMEYEB "JUSTv DBUOS.?
r .175.81, Commercial, phone 187.
CLEANERS AND DYERS i
SPICK N' SPAN CLEANERS AND
'dyars. Phone 195. ; . I ;
TAKE YOUR CLOTHES TO BE CI.EAN,
jed and dyed to a master cltaner aad
(dyer. Standard Cleaner and;. Dyera,
t63 North' Commercial. :
SALEM CLEANERS AND ' DYERS
Suits ..cleaned... and ..presaed. .$1.50 ...
Suita , a ponged sad pressed. 5e
1215 8. Com" I Pbea- 1S
FZNAjrOlAA
LOANS ON THE EASY PAYMRX1
plan, eua eeoey at aay time, withoel
sir chars-. 417 Orecoa Bldg.
FA B M IO A N 8
AT 8 PER CENT, and
-6Vb PER CENT
-ANDERSON as RUPERT
Orogoa Bldg., Salem, Ore.
dARtO.foPOLH- COONTT FARM LOAh
eeoeiatioB haa atoaar so losa at 8
W. D Smith. i-tarr-traauror. 808
RalMus Bsak of Commerce. .
ELECTRICIANS
AAI-SM -I ELE0TRI0 CO MASONIC
. i BaUdiag. Phoa .18M. f ,
CLECTRtO FIXTURE ASD SUPPLY
Co.- Pboa 1934. 828 N. Lib-rty.-- 4
it ' i. i.i i i . i . i " i ' " '
HALIK'S ELECTRIC SHOP EL EC5
r tries), njachina. r0iairig, Heoatramiag
; -$$7 Court.. Pbeas 48$.. -V: ,
j A BOH US p-bEENER, : ELECTRICIAN
' le - wtrtwr -.boair. p .. mmum--;
'Eetimes furnished. ' pboa. 880, 414
Court 8t
rL0BIST8.n S -'i.. .'-
CT; FLOWERS ""AND FlJOBAli PIECES.
. Je1leyit C. -F -Bretthaantt - Oorint.
4 -Nprt Uberty?' street. . Faeao 880.
FURNACXS
t
1ST VI ,SU
6EAGBOVK.F0B FURNACES PIPE
ood-fipeieas; 198 - 8. 13th 8b - lBaa
885W.
BUSINESS CARDS.
FURNITURB STORES
GIESB FURNITURB CO. QUALITY
furniture for lea asoaay. 878 Court
r Phoa 484. t;.
PEOPLE'S FURNITURB STORE NEW
aad second hand furaitara. S71 N.
i Cnnrmereiel.
Ladies' Wearing Apparel
X.RESSMAKIN0
SPENCER CORSETS TO OSDER
: Dreeemakiag. ' Carrie Fihoc- MeCot
eak Bldg. ..
HEMSTITCH IN 0)
8 A L E M ELITE HEMSTTTCHIKO.
pleat inc. button, stampinr sad eodl
work. 82$. Oregoa Bldg. Phono. 819
"MILLERS' GOOD GOODS -T"hKM
stitching, and fancy work parlors) guar
antee good work and quick service. Di
rect over Miller's stor. to tb right of
- stairway." ' - ".
MRS. C. E. MILLER HEMSTITCHING.
- stamping buttons. Room. 10. over Mil
ler's store.- Pbon 117. -
MXLLINEES
THREE FIRMS RECOMMEND MILL
' ner bats to order or remodeled; 203
Masoaie Bldg.
LADIES TAILORING
W. . MAYER IADIES' TAILORING:
: Vodg coats, aad suit. Rorom 7, McCor
aack Bldg. Phone 601.
BUSINESS CARDS
UOTZSLS
ARLINGTON HOTEL CLEAN, COSY;
AOe.ap. . 462 State..
' " EAUNDBIEa : r
YALE LAUNDRY IS AGAIN IS A Po
sition to render you the tarn efficient
service as before the fir wbieh destroyed-
our old building. All klad of
lauadry work, alao cleaning and press
ing. ..Phone your waats to 185 aaeV we
will call ; 1 -A
SALEM LAUNDBY COMPANY. $! 8.
Liberty street. Phone 25. Oldest
largest best.- Establlshsd 1889.
CAPITAL CITY - 8TEAM LAUNDRY
. ' Quality work, prompt servioa. 1364
Broadway. Phoa 165 . -
MEDICAI
MOUNTAIN BALM COUGH REMEDY
Phoao 517-w, .' -:
KEN'S STO&B
ED. ' OH AST A IN CLOTHING CO.- RUIT8
-and ovareoata. Use my'etalr: It pay.
SOS State St.. . .
MACHINE SHOP'
THE CROSS AUTOMATIC ELECTRIC
6tam boilers, vnlcanisers and tube
plavea. Parry O. Campbell, 817 . N.
LfWt. . ' '., " '..
H. AND M. CO. SPECIALTY GRIND
rs sad welders., Automotlv servie.
490 Frry. Phoa 864. , .
WECHTER A MMITH MACHINISTS.
OBfiaeere. - wotdara. ; Haald ' erlinder
Tiadiag aervio. Pboae 66184 Per
ryv - . . f .
MU8ICAI. )
8ALEM CONSERVATORY OP MUSIC
-All branches, taught, diplomas granted.
Joha R. Sitae. director. 1287 Oourt-
Pboae 828 , ." ' - . .
A COURSE 'IN BUSINESS PIANO
; playing. Popular syacopated standard
music Semi-elaaiies aad. ballade; 13
ISasohs. Waterman Piaae School, Me-
, Cpraaek Bldg. , -
MUSI0 STORES
GEO. C WILL PIANOS. PHONO
. graph. ewing mehia. sheet sauslei.
: and piano studies. Repeiriag phono
; graphs aad sewing " maehines. 482
State, Salem.
FAINTING CONTRACTORS -
L. D. BRANDON. GENERAL PAINTING
contractor. Paiaiing ia all Ua branches
: ---865 N. High Su Phone 1597.'
' PHONOGRAPH REPAIRING
SAUL,JAXZ EXPERT REPAIRMAN ON
: all makes of" talking " machines. ' band
and string tnatnunenta. Call, writ or
; pnme 98, Monro's Mu.ic House. 415
Court St. Satisfaction gusrauteed ; ,
PIANO TUNERS
EDWARD WELP EXPERIENCED
piano tuner.- , Leave ardor Will
ii Muaie 8tor. , . - . .
JACK OI.EMENT 8AI.EM'8. OIJ
piano tuber, is bck. Call, writs- or
; phoa 1774, tb' Song Shop, opposite
the Court Honss. r '
PIANO ft
TRADE TOUB OLD PIANO FOB A
. new Victor or Brunswick. H. L. Stiff
'I Furniture Co Musi Dept.
8HERMAN. C.Y CO, "PIANOS
Hta'uweve. Duo-Art and ethers Mor't
- Musi House. 415 Court aUt. . I
NURSERY STOCK
COMPLETE LINK TREES SMALL
" fruit, ornamentals! Capital City Nur
aery Cow 426 Oreaa Bide. Pboae 7A
FRUIT, NUT AND SHAPE TREES
Paarcy Bros.. 237 Btat.
FRUIT TREES AND SHRUBBERY
Grafted walaat, cherry end Italia
pruaetr. K A. Bennett Nursery Co4
228$. Fairgrouade road. - Phoaa 1280 .
CHOICE SMALL FRUIT PLANTS
Strawberry. blackberry, blackcap,
berry, currant, grape, loganberry, red
raspberry. Also asparagus, rhubarb,
etc. Word. K. Richardson, 2395 No.
Front, r Phone 4,94. i , i
- PAPERHANGUia-AITD PAOmNO
PHONE .GLESS .ADAMS FOR. HOUSE
d'corating. paper hanging, tinting, etc
Reliable workman.. . ;
TEN CENT KALSOMINE IN BEAUTt
f ul colore : ft drtes a room. Mas Q.
Burea. 170 V. Com'l. , ; ,
PLUM BIN 0
GRABER BROS. PLUMBING AND
beating; ' general repairs. .Phoao 550.
141 8. Liberty. f
PLUMBING REPAIRING AND C0II
work. ' Phoa 1397 J. Shea. 127
I'bmb street. A.- Lv Godfrey.
SECOND RAJTD OOOOS
SALEM BARGAIN HOUSE BUYS AND
ell second hsn-i furniture. Tools and
Jusk. 320 K. Commercial. Phone 4SJ
WANTED EVERYTHING IN CLOTH
tag an shoes. Bast prinee Pai4. Cap
Ital Exihanre. 842 N. Commereia'
' Phoa 1868-W i i
SCAVENGERS A j
SALEM SCAVENGERS- GARBAGE.
rfe of lt kiod remeved. CeefpooU
eleoaed. Phoao 167 or. 105 W :
OOS 80AVESOBB SERVICE (PUC;
eer to Nsal Scaveager) Garbage aad
refese of all' hinds rsmovsd by the
, maata. Keaaeiahio ratee. . Paoaeei
Offiro 639., reeMem-e g054? ' .,, t
STOVES A9DTTOVBXETIBlBa
BTOyfS REfiVlhT AND-REPJM BED'
40 'ysr' .ejireeieace. Jepot-Natita
feao."-ia,21 to 3S'Athe thbxa.
raietSi' oil au varUhew-eU logaav
; berry: and bop hooka. Baleai fee ad
I A8 iWerfcAV ;5a Court traac. Pboae
T0NSOEIAL
O. K. 'BARBER SUOP LET US BC
year barber, Yen, - will bo- plesaoel J.
0. bchweahd, 835 citato tit.
BUSINESS CARDS
TKAN&POBTATIOM
PARKER'S STAGE I INES
J. W. Parker. Geaeral Maaager
Central Stag Terminal Sslem. Oregoa
8ALKM.8ILVk.RTON DIVISION .
Leave 8alm. Cutral Stage Terminal;
7 a. m, 11a. m-, 5 p.. m ,
Leaves SiWerton. News Stand: -
8 a. au, lf.n.1 p. m.
Salem-IadepoBdeaee-Meaatouth ' D'v'eioa:
Leee Sal-m Onlral Stage Terminal:
7 a. re., 0 a. m. , 11 a. m, 8 p. m
: $ p. m.
Leaves Monmouth, Menmoath Hotel: '
8U5 a. m., 1 p. m.. 8:15 p. m.
Leaves, Indepeadeace, Beaver Htl.
6:80 a. m, io a a. 1:11 y. an. 4 p. as.
6:80. i ...
We make eeaaeetion at Sslem to all
parte of the volley. Extra tripe b
appoiatmeu.
. J W . PARKER. General Manager .
TRANSFER HAULING
CAPITAL CITY TRANSFER CO. 326
Stat St. Phono 3. Diatribntiag.
forwarding aad a to rage our apoeialty.
G oar rate
WE MOVE. 8TORE AND BlllP HOUSE
hold good.' Our apecaalty l piaae
' and furniture moving. . - We alao make
aouatry tripe. . Wi hahdle the boat
coal, and wood. Call oa aa for pricoe.
W give good meaaur. good quality
aad good service. Lrmr Traasfer
Co Pbon 910
VARIETY STORES
SALEM VARIETY STORE CHINA
ware, glassware, toys, aotioas. aad mil
liner.
WATEB
SALEM WATER. LIGHT 8) POUTS CO.
Offk-a. 801 South Commercial St. Tea
per cent discount oa domeetie flat
rates paid ia advaaee. N deduction
for absence or aay cause aaiea water
ts shut off your premtaea. -
WOOD SAWING . .
WOOD SAWING. " PHONE 1131. ED.
fpmed. ' -
EDUCATtONAL
WIRELESS .TELEGRAPHY'
ANYONE INTERESTED IN LEARNING
lead or wiroieee telegraphy, writ 'V.
D. Carlson, 1133. Court St., Salem. . ,
LODGE 01 RbCTORY M
UNITED SPANISH WAR
Camp ft. Armory, First, third Mondays.
PROFESSIONAL
ARCHITECTS
FREEMAN A 8TRUBLE. 510 BANK OF
Commerce Bldg. -
AMBULANCE SERVICE -
8 A LBM " AMBULANCE SERVICE
Phone .666: 178 8. Liberty. ,' .,
-CHIROPODIST
DR. 8. F. SCOTT. GRADUATE NA
tioaal Univeraity- Beit ases, Chleago.
Masonic Temple. Phoa 640. . -
DR. Wl LU AHS CORNS, CALLOUSES,
. Ingrown nsilt; all foot troubles. Prir
8he Co. Phon 618. , . .
CHXSOPRAOTOBA
pR. :8. B. SMITH. CHICBOPRACTOR.
h 382 Oregoa. Bldg., Phone 664. - r
pvt. LENA A. BOOSE; CHIROPRACTOR.
; 475 B. Commercial. Hour .10 to 12:
I 1 to 5. Pboae 1415. ;
PRS. 8COTT A. SCOFIELD. P 8. O
? Chiropractors, 414-19 U. S. Baak Bldg.
? Phoa 87S re. 828-R. J
, CHINESE PHYSICIAN
DR H. L. HUM . CURES ANY KNOWN
& dieeeaa. 158 High St.; pboae 2
IT
DRUOLESS PHYSICIANS .
MAGNETIC HEA1 1X0 DR. A.' L.
? Pre It, A out aad . chronic diseases.
Pboae 780. 25-28 Breymaa Block. -
FUNERAL DIRECTORS
SALEM MORTUARY, FUNERAL DIREO
-f tors, 210 Outer. Phono . 1836.
OPTICIAN!
r ORRIS OPT'C41 X. SUITB 801.
304 Oregoa Building.
fcI.Atsr.S PITTED BY THE BOW 0P-
? tie! Co, 825 Stat " Street, eppostt
Ladd A Bush Baak.- "Us Quality
Prevaa Shur-oas," -
NATUROPATHIC PHYSICIANS -,
DR. A. SLAUGHTER ACUTE . AND
ehroaie diosases. 415 .Oregoa Bldg.
Pbon 110. - - k
OSTEOPATHIC PKYaUCIANS
DR. FOSTER 404 OREGON BLDG.
Phone. 766. 8024-J. ; v .
DR. W. U MERCEB OSTEOPATHIC
' phyaieiaa aad aurgeoa. Kirkaville
' graduato. 404-405 U. 8. Natwaal Bsak
Bldg. Phone, office 918: res. 14.
DR. JOHN L. LYNCH OSTEOPATHIC
Physiciaa and Surgosa, 408-40 Ore
goa Bldg. Phones, offie 1894; re.
58-FS. . -
DR. O. H. KENT. OSTEOPATHIC PHT
aiciaa and ' aurgeoa.- 408-9 Masonic
Temple. Pboaes : office 16; resideace
644M. ;.:.. .
REAL ESTATE
FOR SALE MY 16 ROOM HOME AT
1030 Chemeketa street. . Well sdspted
' for. rooming. Phoa 120.
8-ROOM MODERN HOUSE ON STATE
- street. $2500.
5 -room modern house en Union Atreet;
' $2500. , ! -
5-room modern house oa S. 19th Street;
$2200. i
Want listing oa city property that is for
sale.
. M. J. Hunt '
Ladd1 A Bush Bldg. - . ,
PORTLAND PROPERTY IN GOOD CON
dition, well located, will trade for Sa
lem property, value $3600.
Five-room houae, basement, ststionsry
tuba, fireplace. $2500.
Five-acre tract, trad for house ad lot
ia 'Salem.
Gertrude M. Page 1
482 North Cottage
- Two Bargains
One 6- and on 6 room bungalow, prac
, tically aew, nd com bargaia. Neces
sity compels a sacrifice to your benefit.
Over 10O ether house to sell. See
I The Fleming Realty Co.
, 841 8tato St .
HANDSOME 6 ROOM MODERN HOME
' on State street; Urge corner lot. gs
' rage, fruit. 85750. Will tak good car
aa part payment. i
Pettyjohn & Mouser
216 Oregon Bldg
FOR BALE OR RENT LARGE HOUSE,
: good condition, fall cement basement.
garage, pared street, all kinds of fruit.
' nice piece - tor chickens. ' School three
' block. 'Immuliate . tosessioa. . Apply
800 8. 14th.i Pfton 1992K.- .
GOOD BUYS -
7 -room' angler bungalowj fetalshed. To.
eased on fair mount Hill.- Prtee 8620O.
9-roe w tnndern. homo with". Urge eorjtct
lot on Court. St, Prieu 88400.
9-rom -irtoderh home enipplete iu eterf
wx,f'elwiB''oa Cewter t, $7500, .
6 roos'- pmdera hrw . with hardwood
floors, in Oaks addition, $7873, terete.
S Wki ..modern " baaaalow. east fsout- ea
" 8. Cem'V $4100. :inmedlat pntseain.
6-roow bungalow - on' Richmond arenue,
' f 2150, easy terms. This plac ts aw.
Beat Estat) aad Fir Inturaaee.
. W. H.-GrabenJiorst &.Co..
375 8UU Street
REAL ESTATE
A Wasco County Section
Cheap Will tak a medium priced house
Salem, Portia d, or between. Fleming
4ealty Co.. 341 State St.
FOR i SALE OR EXCHANGE 500
aerea caterer land ia Clearwater and
Beltrami counties, Minnesota. G. W.
Plank, -Rout 3. Bex 43, Salem.
FOR' SALE ONE ACRE WITH 4 ROOM
houae; good water. 1 mile oM; $10OO;
$300 vaah, bat. $250 each year at t.
Compton Real Estate
409 Stat 8t.
82300 BUYS A PLASTERED FOUR
room bungalow with bath, oa ear line:
$SOO cash, balaac $'40 a month aad
interest. -
W. G, Krueser
Oregoa Bldg.
Phone 217
187 ACRES -3 V MILES FROM FALLS
. City, about 40 acres in cultivation, 9
aerea 3 and 8-year-old prunes, fsmily
orchard, two sets buildings, running
water; well fenced.- Other business
occupies my time; must sell; easy
terms. O. J. Bruce, Fall City, Ore.
FOR SALE OR TRADE HOTEL AND
' 4V4 aerea la live email town ia Will
amett valley; . doing good business.
Will sell for leas thaa trn vslje or
trad for. large house in 8alem suitable
for roomers and boardera Address
Owner, care Statesman .
FIRST C7ASS PROPERTY FOR SALE
aad exchange. 8ix houses, mostly mod
ern, to trade In oa improved acreage;
- 83 acres with fin 6-room modern bun
galow, cloa in oa Paved road, a splen
did buy nt $8000. Wented well im-
?i roved ranches to exchange for ehoic
mproved Canadian wheat faruis. Three
room house, small lot, $575. 3 choice
lots, close In, cheap. 11-room reomieg
house. $4500. will. par 15 per eent oa
Investment. W. MeTrea Realty Co
180 N. Com'l 81, Phoaa 480.
Adete Oarriaosi'a New, Pha of
REVELATIONS OF A WIFE
CHAPTER 2137
.- . .'-'" '
W H A T HER FLUFFINESa
PLANNED FOR THE RE
TURNING BRIDE.
Little Mro. Durkee aod Marion
greeted Lillian and lme rand the
boobona with joy. - Edith Fair
fax was nowhere to be seen,-and
in a answer to our involuntary
look of inquiry plir' hostess ex-
plAioed" her absence jsettishly.
. "She's gonerdown.to the-flor
Ist's. to see about flowers for
Ijrlln'a room .whfn she and Alf
red come : back. 1 Aa if -1 coaldn't
attend- to - those things! T . I A tell
you, g'rls, I can see the begin
ning othe end. Vra. Just, going
to be .nobody ,in my own house
after, thoso. girls get to Tunning
thisgs their way." .
The tears, which are always
near the eyes of Her Fluffiness,
began to course down her cheeks.
L'ilian gave Marion a signal, and
the, child, with - one distressed
glance . at, Mrs.. .Durkee,; , went
quietly and obediently out of the
room. "A .-A A :,; ; -. . -a
"Is A EdHh ; going to live fcere,
tod?" : Ullan asked, when the
child was out of earshot.
fAll for Alfred.'
I listened eagerly for Mrs. Dur
kce's reply, although I had, learn
ed of this arrangement before.
"Oh, o" course.!" Mrs. Durkee
replied ' wearily. ""vArere. going
to - be a complete happy family.'
, 1 "Wherever are you going to
stow them all away?r - Lillian
Erked. I stole a furtive look ! of
astonishment at her, for she Is
never in the least Inquisitive, be
fore, I fathomed the. purpose of
her- question. She knew that if
she could get Mrs, Durkee's mind
switched ta her household regime
our little hostess would forget
her grievnees in tthe delight of
exhibiting', her new arrangements
to' us..-: ...... . , ' '
."Come upstairs and 'I'll show
you" Her FIu8Tin$ss , responded
promptly, drying, her tears hur
riedly: and becoming cheerful im
mediately. "You won't know the
rooms. I've been busy as a bee
getting them ready,- and yet I'll
bet there'll be something, she'll
want to change."
I reflected as I followed her
upsta'rs that Leila would be an
uncsual bride if she did not wish
to have some arrangement of her
own choosing in the rooms In
which so much of her life would
be spent. But I saw- when" little
Mrs. Durkee proudly throw open
the doors of the rooms she had
set apart for" them that, he had
arranged every last detail, '. even
to I the shades covering the elec
tric torches .which simulated can
dles in the wall sconces. :;
"Wasn't it lucky that we never
furnished, this room adjoining
Alt s? Mrs. Durkee asked, when
we had 'finished exclaiming over
the "beauty and daintiness of the
appointments of . the room intend
ed for the bride. Her Fluffiness
is a housekeeper par excellence,
and she had evidently put her
whole heart Into tha . furnishing
and arrangement of the - rooms.
"You see." she went on. "this
room has an alcove, so I could
put the" dressing table and chif
fonier in there out o the. way.
And by getting a day bed in
stead of a, regular one, .Leila and
All red Jean .use this room for a
little sitting room. Alf has af
tfays wanted an upstairs sitting
room. Abut I never .got -around to
lix.f hra ope before.". ... : ; .
: ': '..!'. ' ' -"'-''r . '-s "
Perfunctory Admiration.- .i-
! .. ' . 1 - ..-.h , .i -". ;, :
The real beauty "of the 'room
faded -for hie at' her' words. There
was not a thought in it for the
pcntle, tieautiful girl whose home
it was henceforth to be. Alfred
wag ' to have the' upstairs' sitting
WIG
HUSBAND
SPECIALTIES ARE
BID!
Speculators Are Hampered
by Large Volume of Pro-fit-taking,
However.
" v - - - -1
NEW YORK, Feb. 15.-S pecu
lators for. the advance succeeded
in bidding up prices' in today's
stock market' but they were ham
pered by a large volume of rlrofit
taking induced by the higher call
money rates, which opened Jat 5,
advanced to 5 1-2 and then six
and fell back to. 5 points again at
the close. Fresh buying power
centered largely in the indepen
dent steel, oil and copper company
shares, but a. number of special
ties were bid up sharply for indi
vidual reasons. . c "A.:, A
Foreign ' . news developments
were largely ignored but the new
year's high for sterling had a
cheerful effect on sentiment
Higher prices for crude oil, zinc
and copper, the latter being
quoted at new high record of
15.1-2 cents a pound, stimulated
the buying of shares in those
groups. The ; apparently chaotic
condition of the .Cuban raw fu
tures and refined sugar (markets
imparted an Irregular trend to the
sUgar company issues. - t - j
Pool operations were conduct
ed with Increased vigor in all
parts of the list. California petro
leum was the leader of the oil
group. . f: V':" . a;:, '-A--; ;;'a
. The hardening tendency of steel
prices, noted in the weekly trade
reviews, combined with., reports
that manufacturers were offering
premiums to independent com
panies for prompt.. ' shipments,
drew attention to the steel shares,
Trading in rail - shares contin
ued in lethargic fashion, although
the main tendency was upward.
Time; money was offered at .6
per cent for 60 days with brokers
taking some for 90 days and long
er,, but bidding only 4 3-4 for the
later maturities. Commercial pa
per continued moderately active
with the bulk of the prime names
commanding 4 1-2 per, cent. For
eign exchanges were. firm, pe
mand sterling reached a new
year's high at . 4.68 S-4 -. and
French francs stiffened to above
six cent3. German marks . touched
.0051:1-2 or more than 150 pel
cent above the extreme low, the
recent . rise being attributed to
German " government - manipula
tions. -..:';: . . '
room he had always wanted, and
his bride was" to - have her be
longings shunted; Into out-of-the
way corners in-order, to accom
plish. that object. I . :
"How do you like -the color
cheme?"- Mrs. Durkee ' v asked.
Uh all. the confidence of a child
who knows' that ' it A has done
something clever, and '. only waits
fcr the praise. , . , . A .r
"It's lovely!" Lillian said heart
ily. "I " suppose It la I-eila's fa
vorite t Color?' "A ......
. For a fleeting second little
Mrs.4 Durkee" looked .'embarrassed.
a second in which 1 wondered
if Lillian knew, as I did, that the
room, exqu'site as it was, in pale
corn color and gold with just a
touch of olive, or contrast, was
jet directly; opposed A to Leila's
pessiobate . admiration for .', any
thing pink. ;- - . . A !
The ' colors of the roses, from
the lightest to the darkest tints
I well knew her love of them,
and f yet her husband's mother
had furnished her, room with' a
color background against which
even Leila's favorite blossoms."
pink " sweet peas, and 'Killarney
roses, .would, jar. ' .A" , :
"It ought to be if It Isn't."
Mrs. Durkeei 'answered Lillian's
question - with an obstinate set
ting of her, pretty Hps. j'Sbe's
Just, the coloring to look well
against that background. And,
bes'des, T didn't want to do over
All's room; he fixed it all up
in his '. favorite browns, "not very
long- ago and this harmonizes
wonderfully with it. See "
She threw open the connecting
doors between the bedrooms, and
we saw that the color scheme of
one d'd, indeed, blend charming
ly with that pf the other.
VYou 'certainly have accom
plf shed wonders." Lillian said.
There was only perfunctory ad
miration ; In her tone, and I
knew that she resented with me
the A t e 1 f i s h ness unconscious
though v it undoubtedly was
which had led little Mrs. Durkee
to, prepare her daughter-in-law's
room with5 no thought for the
girl's tastes or comfort".
(To Be Continued.)
' WHEAT
MINNEAPOLIS. Feb. 15,
Wheat: Cash No. 1 northern
1.19 5-8 'Ci 1.28 G-8; May 1.20 5-8
and July 1.19 3-4.
LIVERPOOL. Feb. 15. Clone
Wheat, March 9c lOd; May s,
9 l-2d. ' . - :
BUENOS AIUFX. Feb. IS.
Opphing: Wheat. March 1,20 l-t
up l-4c; May 1.22 3-4. up 1-1.
FRUIT
NEW YORK. Feb 15. Evapo
rate apples dull; prunes slow;
apricots more active; peaches
quiet.
SHARPLY
SLIBIiJ
KBKET IEC01ED
Waves of Wheat Selling To-
. .tallin.o: Milbons Brm
rr
to
. Prices Down.
CHICAGO, Feb.. 15. Waives of
selling that totalled' well info., mil
lions of bushels brought about
sudden fall of values in the wheat
market today. The bulk t the
selling Awaa ' ascribed s- to eastern
interests which until today had
clung to hopes, of the enactment
of export credit bill at Washing
ton. APrlces closed weak, 2 to
4 l-8c net lower with May
$1.19 3-4 , to .1.20 1 and - July
1.14 3-4 to 1.15 Cqnl lost 7-8 to
1 l-2c; :oats. 5-8 to 7-8 and pro
visions! to 12 cents.
At first the wheat market
-showed apparent strength with a
moderate amount of buying based
on continued cold weather In the
winter crop belt and higher quo
tations at Liverpool. Upturns in
price, .however, went no - higher
than one cent and lasted' only
about an hour. From that 6tago.
onward, the selling came in such
volume, 'tiiat except ' for brief in
tervals te descent of prices was
practjcallx u'ncnofked and the fin
ish was at the s' lowest , level
reached.?.;:,;..';''. -'A"
A All of the gains otthe, last
week, or ten ; -days in the -.wheat
market were wiped out by A the
drastic setback today.; Rumor
that .there, had been a settlement
made privately, between eastern
longs and .western short brought
forth prompt denials.; May -wheat
led the decline and it was this de
livery in -particular - which i win
affected chiefly, by selling order
from the east. According to cur
rent . gossip, the - greater part of
the : holdings liquidated - - today
were closed out at a profit, ..
A Corn and '.oats' were governed
by the action of wheat. Rains in
Argentina had some- bearish cf
fect.i;;; ;':; '-aA:,'- , i-,.-. -:'..
la the provisibnmarket the in
fluence bf higher price jon-hogs
Was more than - counterbalanced
by tbe-weakneits of grains. '
, M1SCELLAXIX1LS
A ; PORTLAND," Ore., Feb: 15.
Butter:-. Prlnti extras 48e; cubes
extra845c; prime firsts. 4 4c.
Butterfat, Portland delivery:
No. l sour cream 49 c. .
; Potatoes.: , Buying price locals,
50c; selling price 60 075c." ,
SALEM MARKETS
4 T 4
Prices quoted are wholesale and a"
prices received by .farmers. No retail
price ero-xivea exeept s noted.
Na. 1 wheat $1. to.
No. Z wheat 81.08.
No. 8 Kd wheat, sacked. $1.07.
' 4 'beet hay, $30.
Oat hay $20fe22. '
Clover bay. baled. $3122.
E0O8, BUTTER AUTO BUTTEKFAT
Kgcs. wholeeale. 2c.
C'reamerr batter. SSW-tOe.
- Bnttrfst. delivered, 4$ (it, .-e.
Milk. $2.45 cwt
POULTEY
. leghorns. Springers, 13 64 15c.
Broilers. 15c.
Hens, light. 12c.
liens, heaey. 1",
PORK. MUTTON KSD BEEF .
Hogs, top. 14 Vie.,' -I.ie
hogs, 0c.
Heavy rough. 10fl) 11.
-Hressed hogv. 12li:e.
Top vest, drew.ed, 9e.
Top eteara, lglir: t - , - - ;
Cows, 10c. , . .
' ' FXTJIT8
. It ananas ll.- t .- ' -v.
lemons $7$.50 ...
Navel orange. $.t..'.nr 75.
- Florida aratWiWit. 7At?.50i
latea. 2.7SW..1.7'"., T
' BUNCH VEOETAKI.ES .
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