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THE OREGON STATESMAN, SALEM. OREGON ?
TUESDAY MORNING. MARCtt27;'i923
Rata par word:
Pr tasertloe. . , - ,. .....
One weak (six Insertions)
On ' aaenth - , . , ,-
Six laentha eun tract, per " j ' K
13 months', contract, per mo ,....., He
aClaimum for any advertisement 25e
4 i NORWICH UNION
FIRE INSURANCE SOCIETT
. W. H. Burghardt, Jr.
Resident Agent 371 State St
MONEY TO LOAN
On Real Estate
T. K. FORD
I (Over Ladd. & Buah Bank)
MARTIN "PAIKTEa." Phone 70.
Wanted boy for milk wagon.
j Inquire Fairmonnt Dairy. -
I NEED THE MONEYWILL SACRI
l flee late model 6-cylinder car in esrel-
ent condition. ' With some terms, or
will take in a Ford as-first payment
. -Phone 660. .
DESK ROOM. - WANTED BUSINGS
district. Write Box E 83, Statesman.
giring location and rent.
FURNISHED APARTMENT AT
enter. . c .'
SUITE OP HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS
Modern, net children. Call in after
noon. "713 Center street.
ss, 'Oregon, and fall information will be
sent you by return mail.
LOOK I LOOKt ETTERBERG 121.
strawberry plants; inspected, v Phone
VJ3FIZ, , . ' , y
D$)G LOfeT LARGE,. DARK YELLOW
collie. Name 'Shep." Collar No. 86.
: ACaU ' Herbert Looney, Jeff eraon. Ra-
FORESIGHT IS A VERY, VALUABLE
trait and can. be cultivated to. your
- iedraatage.- , The . foreeighted - man -. at-
waya insures. See us todsy for your
J protection.' ' Standley a Foley, Agents,
Busls Bank Bldg. J
MY ' MODERN 2-STORY ; COLONIAL
house for sale. , Boilt last summer,
illss every convenience, n good i plus
and is well boilt. Large lot, closed only-
on one side."." Good terms snd a -stste
. loan. J. L. McAllister, 875 E street.
Phono 1073M ; ;, : ., . V- fj
SNAP CLOSE JN SUBURBAN HOME.
t New nd well-built bungalow. Barn, 1
acre of rich 'fertile soiW Price 92,
V 00. Considerably betow rslue. Lib
eral terms. Cbilds a Bechtel, 540
. Rtate .street.' - , ,. ;v,
PROPERTT' EXCHANGED' VALUED AT
' 91200. Mr, Gemond trsdee his homo on
VS. Church street lor W. J. Rico's 15
( aero fruit farm near Shaw. Geo..
,: Thomnson handled the deal ,j --, ,
WHITE LEGHORN BABY CHICKS
Tanrred special strain; 200 for April
1 3. 5GO for Anril 16. 500 for ADril
iAl 25. Delivery 914 per 100. H. F. Love-
lin,' Silverton, 'Ore. -.
1 ITt'OOO FOR I SALE, DRY PHONE
J John IL Scott 254 or 623.
J A WA NTED--A --' FARM HAND, PHONE
" 93F21.- - '
S,o(K 8ALK MARQUIS 8PRINO WHEAT
r4llso sprintT ot. V. W. Henry. Bt 1.
J i (i 1 ( . II I j I an i ii -
5. .CALL 1727. IF YOU ARE THINKING OF
f"1 buying a lot. We here some choice ones
1 In nil porta of th city. Priced right;
U--9175 and up. See Childs a Bechtel,
v 540 Stste street. ?
10 ACRES,. 6 IN BEARING PRUNES,
; 9 logsns; 6-ropm house, garsge,
: . bam, two chicken coops; 4 miles out
Jefferson road. f4800. Trade for
' house ia alem or rent after April 5.
M. J. Hunt
Todd A Bush Building.
GOOD BUY IN 7 ROOM HOUSE ELEC
4 tricity.' bath. Urge lot 75 x 140 feet
; 10 large bearing froit trees, barn; not
i far-out, close to cor lino. . Only 9400
i down; priee 91800. See Childs
Bechtel, 540 State street. i
TOR SALE OR TRADE FIXE f 50
a aero ' farm, new buildings ; crop ' and
stock . and implements, ; 98500. Also a
S4V4 tacro farm, - fOOOO, for city or
. Portland property. Childs a Bechtel,
640 State street.. -
BUE 92500 BUYS A 5 ROOM JIOUSE
in South Salem; 9300 down, balance
sa n. moatn and interest.
W. G. Krueger
vregon a ldg.
SPECIAL 12 PT t euoin aoin
v . , Special ;
20O aere farm, 70 acres enltivsted, fair
buildings. - : Family - A orchard, well
V watered with springs and creek. - This
; placo is the best buy in Marion eoun
i ty for 950 per aero. : Will take small
- improved tract close in; long time on
balance, .f k
youse and A lots Trade for small tract
close in. "
331 State St.
BOY WANTS WORK. WASHI
yaftor school. .. Phone 608R,
WANTED LADY- WANTS WORK B
hour. Phono 608R. . . , i i
IP ANTED WOMEN TO SELL XTPnrt
I V 4' Amor Toilet articles. lnqs ire Mrs
.owoii. iia jit unerty. '
j, . MALE AND FEMALE ,
WANTED MEN AND WOMEN TO
toke Jfarm paper snbecriptiess. A good
f proposition to the right eople. Ad
reee the Pseifie Homoeteod, cHotoamavt
. BM9, ttolem. Ore. - .
1 - PERSONAL
v0ET, MARRIED BEST MATRIM0N1AI
, paper published. Free f r stamp. Cor
! respondent, Toledo, Ohio.
FOR SALE -
' BIBSS,-FLOWEM AND PETS
CUT FLOWERS. . FUNERAL PIECJCS
I potted plants. V-riake'a Pet land, 27
State St. Phono 65. ,. ,
i PUREBRED REGISTERED PIGS r
Eight purebred registered, pigs, will be
i arves free te eight boys, girls or grow a
i ope interested in developing the pure-
bred registered pig industry in the P
k eifie Northwest. Cut out this announce
ment and mail it to The Paciie Home
stead. ' Salem, Oregon, with your name
j j ., - , .
tho porabred reiratered pigs will bo seat
yoa by retorn mail. , ,
FOR SALE HEAVY DRAFT BELGIAN
V colt, , ar 4 year-old and halter broke.
Call 110F11 or addreae Albert Eggi
niaa, Silverton, Ore., Route 2.
FOR SALE GRAOT5 NUBIAN DORS
and doe kida, registered, $20 op. In
quire of J. I. Roach, Pomona Ranch,
Tiller,. Oregon. t
FOR SALE PURE-BRED LAS CABKI
tas Toggenbnrg buck. 980. Does fresh
' new; also April. Jena. S20 a p. Ellu-
beta klUlar. Ashland. Ore.
PHONOGRAPH i BARGAINS.
S125.00 Victor ..
SI 50.00 Victor
$150.00 Path :
9165 00 Columbia ..
9 75.00 Victor
... 9 95 00
... ' 67.50
Terms as low as 91.00 per week
H. L. STIFF FURNITURE CO..
Phone 941 . 404 450 Court St.
GOOD USED MAHOGANY PIANO, 9150
! Terma if desired. H. L. Stiff Furni
J tore Co. , . ! r
FOR SALE GOOD USED MAHOGANY
. piano left with us to sell. Price 9200,
I terms. H. L. Stiff Farnltnro Co Mn
HAVE YOU SEEN THAT BEAUTIFUL
piano for 9198, 95 down, 91-50 per
.week. Tallmaa Piano Store, 395 South
A WX)NDERFUL 9750 PLAYER PIANO,
like new, with rolls and bench, 9325;
"910 down, 92.50 per week. Tollman
Piano Store, 295 So. 12th street.
-,. . PUREBRED CHICKENS.
JSeTenteen pens, snd trios ' of the best
--breeds of chickens from tbo world's
- aaost fsmous poultry plsnts will bs
" giren . to 17 people interested in de
veloping the purebred ehicken industry.
Cut out this announcement and mail it
' to the Purebred Chicken Editor. Nortti-
west Poultry Journal. Stlem, Oregon,
with your name and address, and full
informstion will be sent you by return
maiL, ' ; -: p.' ..
' " i ' PARIS PAPER
IF. Y;OU f WANT TO GET THE BEST
farm paper, send 15e to the Pacific
Homestead. Salem. Oregon, for a three
.months' trial subscription. Mention
:- thia ad. i :
POULTRYMEN SEND EIGHT TWO
' cent stomps, for special three months'
trial for the best and oldest journal In
the west. The articles and advertise
ments , are of apwcinl interest to the
poultry breeders of the Northwest
Korthweot Poultry Journal, 211 Com
mercial street. . Salem. Oregon.
FOR DRY WOOD PHONE 152J.
WOOD FOR SALE GOOD PRICES. H
A, Kuenii. SilTerton, Oregon.
Best Grade! Mill Wood
Four ft. and 10-iaeb dry mill wood.
Four ft. and 16-in, green mil! wood.
Prompt deliTSrr and reasonable nrieaa
Fred E. Walls, 905 S. Church. Phone
1343. i . ,
W ATKINS PRODUCTS THE BEST FOR
' years. Yon know them. Phono 1740W
FOB SALE FOUR COMPLETELY FIN
ished and stained pillars, 44 feet hig!
and 9 inches square. Phono 432R.
FOR SALS OLD NEWSPAPERS. 1
cents bnndlo. Circulation department
Oregon Statesman. ;
HEMSTITCHING . AND PICOTINO AT
tachment rFits ' any sewing mscliine
Price 92. Economy Sales Co, Billings.
Moat. . i : -- -
Beautiful Oregon Rose
and elaTan other" Oregon aoags. together
wita a. fine collection of patriotic aoags,
aaered songs and many old-time favor
itea, . .', i
' ALL FOB 25o L
(Spodsl prices ia onantity lots)
Especially 'adaptable lor school commun
ity or homo singing. Send for
7 pagan, now in ita third ad it ion, -t"
r Published by
OREGON TEACHERS MONTHLY
915 8. Commercial St, Salem, Ore.
R . RENT FURNISHED APART-
' mants, 1179 N. Fourth. Phono 2080M.
FOR RENT DESIRABLE 3-ROOM
apartment. Well furnished. Garage.'
920 Mill street.' j '
FOR RENT 9-ROOM FURNISHED
, apartment, heated.: 143 Court Street.
FURNISHED' APARTMENT CLOSE. IN
2 room and aleeping porch. Call 1079
FOR RENT -DOWNSTAIRS MODERN
apartment, ' partly furnished; stesni
host, privsta bath.' 1133 Court.
AjPARThYENT. FOR RENT. 891 NORTH
FOR RENT MODERN .APARTMENT
Marion Apartments. 610 N. Commer
cial., j ;.v : .
FOR RENT TWO-ROOM APARTMENT
adults. 449 Union street. '
FOR RENT MODERN FURNISHED 5
I room house. Inquire H. L. Stiff Fnrni
turo Co.. ! -
BOARS AMD BOOM
90ARD AND ROOM FOUR BOARD
ers wsnted. . 195 North High street.
FURNISHED ROOMS 790 N.- COM
: mercisL j
R RENT NICELY FURSISHEL
room; 915 a month 920 Mill street.
FOR . RENT APARTMENTS AND
sleeping rooms. Leonard Hotel, 254 N.
Front street . - :
iOR RENT FURNISHED ROOM. MOD
m. Mrs. Henry Rowe. 680 North I2th
atreet,' i . -.
MEW PIANO FOR RENT 99 PER MO
H L. Stiff Fnrnirero Co.
1 - ) On' I I I i.ii.
FOUND AUTO LICENSE PLATE. No.
40146. Ore 1923. ' Owner can. secure
, same at thia office. -
; WANTED ;
wanted nmsrrvKx, tools, - eto.
. a-nono oxx - ; '
OLD MATTRESSES MADE OVER
Capital City Bedding Co. Phono 19.
WANTED FURNITURE. TOOLS. MA
cbisery, stock, etc. Will bey for ceab
or eeii on commission. Phone 611
Woodry. the auctioneer. '
WANTED EVERYTHING IS HARD
ware end furniture. ' Beat prices paid.
THE CAPITAL HARDWARE
285 N. Commercial 8. Phone 947
G. 8ATTERLEE. AUCTIONEER, PHONE
430 1211J: 180 N. Con'i St. Kaon 21
AUCTIONEER F. N. WOODRY. THE
livestock, furniture, real estate one
tionoer. Phono 611 for sale dates.
Roe. 1C10 N, Bummer.
IRON. STEEL, BRASS, ALUMINUM
Bring the piecee. Oxo-Gaa Heating Co.,
GOOD USED CARS GINGRICH Mo
tor Co, 971 Court.
BERT L. JONES MOTOR CO., HUPMO
bile dealer, State 8L at Front. "The
ear of the American family."
AUTO OWNERS LOOK! TIME TO
have that car repainted. Come ia and
look over our work. On account of the
success of our Ford Special job, it will
be continued. Reliance, Auto Painting
Co., 219 Stste, cor.' Front St.. second
floor. Phono 937.
AUTO TOPS Curtains
to order, pricee reasonable.
Anderson-Teed, 171 S High
BATTERY AND ELECTRICIAN
CAMEL- IZED BATTERY NEVER
needs a drink. C. M. Carlson, 949 N.
Commercial SL, Salem, Ore.
R. D. BARTON EXIDE BATTERIES,
starter and generator work; 171 South
PRESTO-LITE BATTERY SERVICE
Station. Expert battery and electrical
. work. Farris Bros. Phono 1803, 418
Court. .. ,
AUTO ELECTRICIAN; EXPERT TROU-
blo shooting; 238 N. High. Phone 203.
BICYCLES AND REPAIRING
LLOYD E. RAMSDEN DAYTON BICY
, elea and repairing; 887 Court. '
TIKES AND ACCESSORIES
USED PART 8 1-3 to 12 OFF. MIKE'S
Auto Wrecking House; 424 North
Commercial. Phono 528.
RADIATOR a PENDER REPAIRS
RADIATORS FENDERS. BODIES,
made or repaired. J. O Bair. 349 Ferry.
A. 0. RAAO a CO., 444 FERRY ST.
Phono 210. Cletrao tractors, Oliver im
plements. USED CARS
Wo specialize in
. there fore we
are in a posi-
tion to sell you
ear at a vast saving. Oleson Auto
Exchange, 173 S. Liberty. Phone 666.
. . USES CARS
l21 Dodge Roadster
1921 Doda-e Tonrina-
1917 Dodge Touring
19ZO Keo. Touring
1917 Ford Roadster
1917 Ford Delivery, J
1919 Chassis Ford
1919 Republic 1-ton truck
. Phone 423.
USED FORD CARS,
from an authorised car
ttf 17. Touring
1920 Coupe -
1920 ,Coupo -
1921 Coupe .
- Liberal Terms.
160 No. High.
USED CAR BULLETIN
1919 Dodge Touring
1917 Dodge Touring"
1919 Oakland Touring, new point. 35i)
1918 Chevrolet Touring
1921 Ford Coupe .
1921 Ford Touring '
1918 Studebaker Six, new paint..
1918 Studebaker Four
Sam son ' Truck-
1921 Hudson Super Sis.
Buick Roadster' - .
JverUnd Four Touring -
Overland 90 '
1916 Ford Touring
Ford Truck with new tires and com
pletely overhauled with body end
cab . .
Ford Truck with body and full top.
High 8treot at Trade.
CARPET AND BTJO WEAVUTO
RAG CARPET AND RUG WEAVING
Call before 9 a. m. 84F21.
SALEM CARPET CLEANING A XI
Fluff Rug Works Rag and fluff ragv
woven any size without seams. . New
mattresses msde to 'order. Old mst
tresses remade. Feathers renovated. I
, buy all kinds of old carpets for fluf
rugs. 13 Vt snd Wilbur streets. Phonr
, 1154 Otto F. Zwicker, Prop. :
CEMENT CONTRACTORS :
CEMENT CONTRACTOR AND F1N18B
or. Esimates furnished. C. M. Oglesby
CHIMNEY SWEEPING F U R N A C E
cleaning. W. Coaneilmen. Salt
CLEANERS AJTD DTXB8
SPTCK 'N SPAN CLEANERS AND
- djrera. Pb9 19S.' , . . ,
SALEM CLEANERS AND DYERS
Suite cleaned and pr eased, 91-60,
Suite spoatged and pressed. 60e.
1 1215 8. Oosa'l. Phono 1869
WM. NEIMEYER "JUST DRUGS,'
175 N. OommereisX Phono 197.
GOVERNMENT LOANS ON FARMS 6H
per cent, 303 Sslem Bsnk of Commerce
AT 6 PER CENT and
.6 PER CKNT "-
ANDERSON a RUPERT
Oregon Bldg, Salem, Orty
LOANS ON . THE EAST PAYMENT
plan, can repay at any time without
extra charge; 417 Oregon - Bldg.
CUT FLOWERS AND FLORAL PIECES
Delivery. O. P. Breithaapt. florist, 123
. North Liberty street. Phone 880.
SBAGROVE FOR FURNACES t PIPE
and plpoleaa; 198 8. 12th St. Phone
ELECT XI CIANI
SALEM ELECT RIO CO. MASONIC
bail-ling. Phone 1200.
ELECTRIC FIXTURE AND SUPPLY
Oo. Phone 1984. 222 N. Liberty.
HALIK'8 ELECTRIC 8H0P ELEC
trical machine repairing, contracting.
887 Court, Phono 488.
ARCHIE FLEENER. ELECTRICIAN
House wiring by hour or contract. Es
timates furnished. Phono 980. 414
Court St, .
DON'T WAIT UNTIL IT IS TOO LATE
but when you need automobile lisbil
ity, burglary, accident or fire insurance
phone 717. Fred E. Msngis.
OIESE FURNITURE 0O. QUALITY
furniture for leu money. 978 Court
PEOPlJ'8 FURNITURE STORE NEW
and second hsnd furniture; 271 N.
Ladies' Wearing Apparel
SPENCER CORSETS TO ORDER
Dressmaking. Carrie Flshsr, Me
DRESSMAKING TAILORING, 771 N.
Commercial. Phone 2002 M. Good work;
18 years experience.
SALEM ELITE HEMSTITCHING.
pleating, buttons, stamping and noodle
work; 828 Oregon Bldg, Phono 879.
MRS. 0. E. MILLER HEMSTITCHING,
stamping, buttons. Room 10, over Mil
ler's store. Phono 117.
W. J. MAYER LADIES' TAILORING;
leng eoota, and suits. Boom 7. McCor
aodc Bldg. Phono 692.
ED. CHA8TAIN CLOTHING CO. "BUI
and ovarcoata. Use my staira, - it pays
905 State 8V
8ALEM LAUNDRY COMPANY, 816 8.
Liberty street. Pboo 25. Oldest .
largest best. Established 1889.
Yale laundry is again in a po
- sition to render you the same efficient
: service aa before the fire which do
stroyed our old building. All kinds of
; laundry work, also cleaning and press
: lng. Phone Four wants to 196 and we
CAPITAL CITY STEAM LAUNDRY
Quality work; prompt service; 1264
Broadway. ' Phone 165.
THE CROSS AUTOMATIC El ECTRIC
Steam boilers, vulcsniiers and tube
plates. Perry C Campbell, 517, N.
H AND M CO. SPECIALTY GRIND
era and welders. Automotive service.
490 Ferry. Phona 864. -
WECHTER a SMITH MACHINISTS.
. engineers, welders, Heald cylinder
grinding service. Phono 662-845 Ferry
MOUNTAIN BALM COUGH REMEDY
SALEM CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC
' All branchea taught, diplomaa granted.
John R. Sites, director; 1287 Court
1 Phono 626.
A COURSE IN BUSINESS PIANO
playing. Popular syncopated standard
mania. Semi-classics and ballads; 12
. leesono. Waterman Piano School, Me
Co mack Bldg.
TRADE YOUR OLD PIANO FOR A NEW
' Victor or Brunswiek. H. L, 8tiff Furni
turn Oo Music Dept. ?
GEO. 0. WILL PIANOS, r, PHONO
graphs, sewing machinea. sheet music,
and piaao atudiea. Repairing phono
graphs aad sewing machines; 47
1 Bute. Salem. i ,
SHERMAN. CLAY a CO, PIANOS t
6teinwaya, Duo-Art and others. Moore's
Musie House, 415 Court street.
EDWARD WKLP EXPERIENCED PI
is tuner. Leave orders Will's Music
COMPLETE LINE TREE8 8MALI
fruits, oraamenta. Capital City Nur
'eery Cav, 426 Oregon Bldg. Phona 7.
FRUITLAND NURSERY HAS A FEW
' more Italian prune trees. 4 to 6 feet
also smaller grades. Phone 1 140M or
: 199. v
FOR SALE FOUR TO SIX PRUNE
trees. Phone 1125M.
FRUIT, NUT AND SHADE TREES
Peerey Bros, 237 State.
CHOICE 8MALL FRUIT PLANTS
Strawberry, blsekberry, blaekeap berry.
? current, grape, loganberry, red rasp
ii berry. Also aspsragus, rhubarb, ete
i Ward K. Richardson, 2395 No. Front
: Phono 494.
ATTENTION FRUIT GROWERS
Choice Bartlett pear trees for sale; ro
' dueed prion. R. W. MaUia. Salem.
OLADIOtUS BULBS "j IN ANT QUA N
; tity drsirrd. .New and standard' varie
ties. Our Polk Hills mixture, has
.given much satisfaction. 50, cents per
r dosea; 99 per 10O. The Oregon Bulb
Co., - Salem, Ore.- i Phone 463.
SECOND HAND . GOODS
SALEM BARGAIN HOUSE BUYS AND
sella second hand furniture, tool and
.Junk; 820 N. Commercial. Phone 492
WANTED EVERYTHING IN CLOTH
lag and shoes. Unt prices paid. Cap
ital Exchange; 242 North Commercial.
PAPERHANGING AND PAINTING
PHONE GLENN ADAMS FOR HOUSE
decorating, paper hanging, tinting, ate
Reliable workman. V .
TEN CENT KAL80MINR IN BEAUT!
ful colors; 91 does a room. Max O.
Bursa, ' 7ft N. Com'l.
UKABER BROS. PLUMBING AND
beating; general repairs.. Phone 650,
141 S. Liberty.
PLUMBING REPAIRING AND COIL
v work. Phono 1397-J. Shop 127 Union
' atreet, A L. Godfrey.
STOVES AND STOVE REPAIRING
STOVES REBUILT AND REPAIRED
40 years' experience. Depot Notions
fence, aiseo 29 to 28 in.' high. Points,
oils and varnishes, etc.. loganberry snd
bop hooks. Salem Fence and Stove
Works, 250 Court atreet. Phono 124.
800S SCAVENGER SERVICE (Suc
cessor to Seal Scavenger) Garbage
and refaae Of all kinda removed by the
month. Reasonable reta. Phones :
Office 529. residence 2058.
SALEM SCAVENGERS GARBAGE,
refuse of all kinda removed. Caa pools
- cleaned. Phone 167 or 1007J.
GET SHAVED AT THE MARION BAR
ber shop, 156 S. Com'L
PARKER'S STAGE LINES
J. W. Parker. General Maaager
Central State Terminal Salem, Oregon
Loaves Salem, Central Stage Terminal:
f a. m 11 a. m, 5 p. m.
Leavee Silverton. News Stand:
8 n. m 1 p. m p. m.
Loaves Salem Central Stage Terminal:
7 a. m, 9 a. 'm.. 11 a. m 8 p. m.
Loaves Monmouth, Monmouth Hotel:
8:15 a. m., 1 p. m., 6.15 p. m.
Leovee Indepeodeneo, Beaver Hotel:
8:80 a. m., 10 a. m 1:15 p. m..
4 p. m., 6:80 p. m.
Wo make connections at Salem to all
parte of the valley. Extra trlpa by ap
pointment. J. W. PARKER, Oeneral Manager.
CAPITAL CITY TRANSFER CO 220
eB.a.i 0 arte nook t!.iil a 1
DNHI ok ATliOnfJ SFsVa. oTlDU .ZllgS, IOr
Wavrdist; and marf our apecUltr. Gt
or rftteti. ,;(
WB MOVE. STORE AND SHIP HOUSE-
hold goods. Our specialty is piano and
furniture moving. Wo also make coun
try trips. Wo hsndle the best coal aad
wood. Call on us for prices. We gi"e
good measure, good quality and good
aw ice. Larmer Transfer Co. Phono 930
WOOD SAWING. Phono 1191. ED
SALEM VARIETY STORE CHINA-
wvro, sleoswaro, toye. notiona, and mil-
SALEM WATER. LIGHT A POWER CO.
Office. 801 1 Booth Commercial St, Tea
per cent discount, on domestic fist
rates paid in advance. No deductions
fog absence or any cause unless water
is shut off your . pretnlsee. , '
UNfTED SPANISH WAR VETERANS.
Camp 5 Armory. First, third Mondays.
SALEM AMBULANCE SERVICE
Phone 868; 178 8. liberty.
DR. 8. F. 800TT, GRADUATE NA
tional University Sciences, Chicago
Maaonio Temple. Phono 640.
OBV WILLIAMS CORN 8, CALLOUSES
ingrown nails; all foot trouble. Priee
Shoo Co. Phono 616. .
OR. LENA A. BOONE, CHIROPRACTOR
476 S. Commercial. Hours 10 to ,13;
1 to 6. Phono 1415. '
DBS. SCOTT a SCOFIELD. P. E C,
Chiropractor, 414-19 U. 8. Bank Bldg
Phono 87; roe. 828-R.
DR. U T. DICK CURES ANY KNOWN
disease. 153 S. High St. Phone 283.
MAGNETIC ' HEALING DR. A. L
FrsnU. Acute and chronic diseases
Phono 780 over Peoples Cash Store.
SALEM MORTUARY. FUNERAL DlREf
tor. 210 Center. Phono 1656.
MORRIS OPTICAL CO. SUITE 801 !
804 Oregon Building.
GLASSES FITTED BY THE BOW OP;
tieal Co., 825 8tate street, opposite
Ladd A Bush Bonk. "Use Quaiit.
DR. A. SLAUGHTER ACUTE AND
chronic diseases; 415 Orsgon Bldg
Phono 110. '
DR. FOSTER 404 OREGON BLDfl
Phones 756, 2024-J.
OR. W L. MERCER OSTEOPATHIC
phyaieian and surgeon. Kirksvilk
graduate, 404-405 U. 8. -National Bant
Bldg. Phono, offic 919 res, 614.
DR. JOHN L. LYNCH 08TEOPATHir
Physirisn aad Surgeon, oos-euo Ore
gon Bldg. . Phone, office 1894; ros
; A. W, ESTES 'REALTY CO.
827-28 Oregon Bldg. Phone 985
REAL ESTATE, LOANS, FIRE AND
. auto insurance, specislising in proper
ty exchsnges anywhere. W'o may have
just what You want Call and see us
L. W. ESTES REALTY CO. 827-2
Oregon Bldg.' Phone 885.' Rea," estate.
loans, fir and auto' insure nee, special'
Itingiln property exchsnget snywher
in the U. 8. or Canada.' 'Wa msy have
Just what vo .want. .- Call or write as.
' A live office with four salesmen to
servo you.--. - .
. -ne-Ja M A.
FOR SALE A GOOD SIX-ROOM MOD
em cottage, dose in on fine large cor
per lot with fruit aad garden land.
Excellent buy at 9200, terms. As
other new 5 mom' bungalow with gs
rage, absolutely at a aaerifieo aa own
' er has removed and needs the money:
, 93750 See i Wa. Fleming, 341 Slate
Nearly 200 lots for isle some of them
9C00 beautiful diamond, for 9500, today.
Diamond Earrings, 9350, for; trade,
rive-room house. fireplace. basement
Six-room house, North Cottsge, 93700
close in. i
Sevet rooui house, Chemcketa, rloto in
Busiuese building, close in, 915,000.
GERTRUDE J. M. PAUK
492 North Cottsge.
" Woods Bargains
Four-room home, all furnished,
lights, plumbing and gas; dose
ia " 9200P
New 5-room bungslow, on psved
street - ij 4000
Four-room house, lights and water.. 800
Wanted A bouse ss psymsnt on 50 acre
Havn a Buick Six to trade for bouse
Seversl -houses for rent. 91,500 to loan
F. L. Wood. 341 Bute street. ,
v A BARGAIN.
7-room modern home, basement, furnace,
three lots; 93700, good terms. Must
be sold soon. Owner leaving Salem.
7-room strictly modern home in Vsst
Pettyjohn & Mouser
'216 Oregon Bldg.
FOR 8ALE OR TRADE TEN
acres, all under cultivation, east of
Salem. Priced very reasonable. Ad
dress owner, 828 Albina Ave., Portland.
5 ROOM MODERN BUNGALOW, GAR
age, in first clsss condition, fur
nished 93100, unfurnished 92800; 9C00
cssh. balance monthly. .(
Two fine lots, pavement, - earline: 9800
for both; 9600 cash, bslsnee to suit at
6 per cent. Socolofsky, 341 State.
SEDAN WANTED LIGHT WEIGHT, IN
good, 'condition, for 40 acres. Hood
River land clear of debt. Title rOK.
See my -agent, Mr. Robinson, -229 Ore
gon Bldg. Phone 1013. Insurance snd
fOR SALE 10 FINE LOTS ON'NORTK
14th street, two blocks from Washing
ton junior high school. .9-5' s piece
These lots will double in value in one
5-room cottsge, lot 66x123, well located
91500, 9500 cash, balance monthly.
5-room cottage,1 lot 60x125. well" located
91400, cash or terms . ,
These are good properties.
w. McLaren realty co..
Phona 430. 180 N. Com'l Street.
SEE THIS 8-ROOM SEMI-BUNGALOW.
large lot with fruit trees and material
for garage, pared street, cement wslfc
and terraced lawn? built-in practically
new, partly furnished and easy to buy.
93,760, 9500 cash and 923 per month.
And this 6-room house, fsir condition,
two lots and two gsrsges, 91,100, 9500
cssh. See Mr. Wheelwright with A
W. Estes Reslty Co., 328 Oregon Bldg.
Phono 985 .
Best Buys .
5 acres, 8 year old Italian prunes, in first
class copditiou, house, barn; four miles
10 scree ,20 year old Italian prunes, on
rock road, 6 miles out; 93500. 910OO
cash.. . . . .-.
15 acres, 5 acres bearing prunes, 6 acre
cherries, 1M besring logsns, some
mixed orchard; shock house, barn
coop, tools to work the place, 1 "horse:
96000. This is only 4 miles from Salem
center. Make easy terms or sell to a
50 acres, 26 bearing prunes, 3 timber.
21 grain land,, all fenced; price 97500.
240 acres, 20 bearing- prunes. 157 cleared.
90 timber, pasture, water power on
place; -horses, cows,, chickens, 70
sheep, all tools, ' tractor, 5-room hoftse.
barn, drier, l4 mites from town, st
ststion; 945 per sere, 96500 cssh,
FOR SALE GOOD 5-ROOM BUN
galow 'and two lots in North Sslem;
price $2400,. 600 cssh, balsnce $25 s
month snd interest.
W. G. Krueger
Oregon : Bldg.
Good Buys & Exchanges
Chandler Sis to exchange for reil estate.
160 acres, buildings, stock and machin
ery near Airlie; price 95000. Will take
property in Salem, Toledo or Newport
in exchange. - . - ". "f
New 4-room plastered house, with two
lots, ehicken house and wood shed.
Price 81500. Essy terms.
Modern 5-room bungslow on S. Commer
cial street. . Price 94200, terms.
Modern 7-room bungslow at 860 North
Church, atreet. .Price 96750, terms.
Building lots on Fairmonnt Hill cheap.
Real Estate and Fire Insurance.
W. M. Grabenhorst & Co.
- . 275, State St. U. S. Bank Bldg.
A FEW SHARES OF CHOICE BANK
stock for sale.
$1250 first mortgage loan on small conn
try place wanted. -
Two small places for sale or rent.
A. C. Bohrnstedt
407 Mssonic Temple, Salem, Oregon.
THREE-ROOM HOUSE. LARGE LOT
psved street, $1200; 9300. down
Five-room house, nice esst front, eitvJ
wster, eleetrio lights. grsTel street.
91500; 9500 down. A 94500 house for
94000, all modern except basement,
besotiful lot, psved street, 7 rooms. 'We
have soma .lovely . lots, very desirable,
9400. 9500. 9600, 9700, $819; end s
lovely corner nesr the State Home for
91800. We also have the Old People'a
. Homo oh 12 th street for sale or lease.
Come and see me about this. It can
be made a money-maker. J. A. Mills.
831 V, State street.
MISCELLANEOUS ' "
PORTLAND,1 March 26. But
ter; prints extras 47c; cubes
;xtras 43c; pr'me firsts 42c.
Butterfat, Portland delivery: No.
1 sour cream ' 46c. :""'
' Potatoes: Buying price, locals
"0 at 60c; selling price 75 at
S5c. New Californias . 12 at
12 l-2c. S -- ;
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PUBLIC NOTICES "
1 ' ''
NOTICE OF IMPROVKMKJtT OF
SOUTH WIXTKH STREET BE
TWEEN STATE STREET AND
; OAK STREET.
Notice la hereby given that the
Common Council of the City of
Salem deems It expedient and
hereby declares its purpose and
intention to Improve South Win
er street from the south line of
tate street to the north line ol
Oak street at the expense of the
abutting and adjacent property,
except the street and alley inter
sections, the expense of which will
be assumed by the City of Salem
bv bringing said portion of South
Winter street to the established
?rade, constructing cement con
crete curbs and paving sad por
tion of South Winter street with
a , three-inch bituminous concrete
wearing surface pavement In ac
cordance with the plans and speci
fications therefor which were
adopted by the Common Counci'
March 19th, 1923, now on flU
In the office of the City Recorder
and which are hereby referred tq
and made a part hereof.
The Common Council hereby de
clares its purpose and intention
to make the above described im
provement by and through the
Street Improvement Department of
the City of Salem.
By order of the Common dirn
dl the 19th day of March, 1923.
M. POULSEN, City Recorder.
Date of first publication hereof
s March 22. 1923.
NPTICE TO CREDITORS
Notice is hereby given that
the county court of Marion coun
ty, Oregon, has appointed the
undersigned administrator of the
estate of Garrett V. Standish.
deceased. All persons having
claims against, said estate are
hereby notified to ' present same
In writing, duly verified, to Wm.
O.tRoss at 644 "So. 12th St., Sa
'em, Ore.', within six months . of
the date of the first publication
cf this notice. -.
.Dated and first, published this
th day tf March, 1923.
WM. O. ROSS
Administrator of the estate of
flarrett V. Standish. deceased.
Heavy Selling for Both Ac
counts and High Money
NEW YORK. -March 26.
Hbtv; sellinir forsooth accounts
brought about another sharp re
action in today s stock maricet.
Higher imoney rates and specu
lative apprehens'on; over the out
come of the meeting of the gov
ernors , of the fedral reserve
board In Washington this week
were outwardly attributed as the
reasons for selling pressure but
the-numerous sales of large
blocks of recently speculative
favorites Indicated by- pools which
had become d'scouraged by their
failures to attrace following.
Indicating nrices were heavy
in response to the selling pres
sure emanating from traders un
willingness or inabil ty to meet
the week-end market calls. The
euhseauent rallv was attributed
to short covering by the profes
sional!, but when this was not
followed up the offering 1 of
stocks increased and the market
again . turned heavy.. Operators
an the long side seemed d'sposed
to wait the conclusion of the re
serve board conference before
extensively" extending their com
.-At thg close 'of business to
night, the averages showed that
approximately half of the year s
extreme gains had been forfeited
'n the last week," with many In
dustrials heinar nuoted four to 10
points below their high figures
of the year.
Call money opened at a
the highest renewal rate Income
time and advanced to six during
the. noon hours, closing at that
f'gure. The time money mar
ket was quiet with a few short
maturities being arranged at 6
1.4 rer cent paper.
Wide fluctuations In French
francs, in the foreign exchange
market, the opening quotations
were 8 to 10 po'nts lower J but
the early loss was recovered and
the price ran up to 6.62 half
cents a wek-end of ; lt 1-2
points. Demand sterling Improv
ed slightly to Just under 4.69.
MINNEAPOLIS. Minn.. March
2C. Wheat: cash No. north
ern $1.17 1-2 at $1.26 1-2; No.
1 dark northern fancy $1.28 1-2
No. 1 dary northern $1.18 1-2
at $1.28 1-2; May $1.18 1-2;
July $1.18 7-8.
LIVERPOOL, March 26.
Wheat: ' close l-4d lower to 3-4d
higher; March 10s. l-4d; May
9s. 9d. ' '
BUENOS AIRES, March 26.
Opening, wheat April $1.18 3-4;
May $1.20 3-4, unchanged.
NEW YORK. March 26.
Hops quiet; state 1922, 19 at
23c; Pacific coast 199. 14 at
17c; 1921, 12 at 13c.
Visible Supply of Wheat and
Enlarged Receipts Dis
CHJCACO. March 26. With
enlarged receipts at primary ter-:
minals and with an Increase of
the " United States visible supply
total; wheat today had ' a down
ward tendency in price, the May
delivery in particular. The close"
was un&ttled at the same as Sat
urday's finish to lc lower. May
$1.18 to $1.18 ft and July
$1.14 to $1.14.
Corn lost'. & to c, and
oats tq'U e. In provisions tho
outcome was? 5 to 10 cents ad
vance. , .
Selling, k which was Jed by
houses with eastern ' connections,
began to take effect from the out
set in the wheat market and re
sulted finally in carrying va'ues
down to the lowest level, the May
delivery has reached in several
weeks. ... v :i, .,
The new crop deliveries failed
to show as .much weakness as
May although field reports were
bearish. Much of the sel'ing of
May appeared to be liquidated on
the part of holders the dealers
bringing Into play numerous au
tomatic orders to stop losses.
Absence of any extensive fresh
European buying of United States
wheat acted as a handicap on the
bull side of the market tnd so
a lack of aggressive speculative
demend which was recently some
thing of a- feature. Little notice
was taken of advices that excep
tionally dry -conditions prevailed
throughout Australia and of gos
sip that wheat planting In Can
ada this year would be reduced
Corn and oats declined In sym-
pathy with wheat notwithstand
ing a decrease In the visible sup
ply both of corn and oats.
Packers selling made the pro
vision market slow in responding
to a rise in hog values. -
PLANS ARE MADE
Itinerary to be Followed by
Visiting Breeders An
nounced Saturday I
At" a meeting of the Marlon
County Jersey Breeders' associa
tion Saturday, at . the Chamber of
Commerce, general arrangements
were made for the, annual Oregon
Jersey Jubilee that is to start
down the, Willamette valley from
Portland. May 29. " '
The breeders are to visit the
famous herds of Multnomah and
Clackamas counties March 29.
getting to Salem in the evening of
the 3 0, Decoration day. A ban
quet is to be served at the armory
that night, The arrangements have
not been made as to just how the
entertainment Is to be served, bet
the fact Is agreed upon. Burton
J. Neal 6t Turner will be la
charge. '.. . - 1 . .
On tbe morning of March il
they will go farther south tnd
visit the Jersey herds of, that . sec
tion. They are to have a barbe
cue dinner at noon at the Plcard
place, Just , this side of . Marlon,
where they expect to serve dinner
to at least 3,000 people. Last year,
some of their barbeque dinners
had alraoct that many patrons.
Volume of Work Last Eight
. Months Surpasses AU
Records of the state Industrial
accident commission for tha
iight-months of the present fis
cal year, or up to February 28.
how that the total' volume of
ork carr'ed oa under the Pro
tection of the workmen's compen
sation act Is greater than at any
For the eight months the to
tal work days numbered 14,0 74,-
996, whereas daring the largest
arevious year, ; July 1, 1919, to
Tune 30. 1920,: the. total was
19,868,908. It is expected that
the total for the present fiscal
year, ending June 30 next, will
be over 22,000,000 work, days.
Prison Ball Team Gets
Ready for Sport Season
The baseball squad of the state
penitentiary underwent Its first
workout of the season on the
prison diamond Sunday after
noon. The team is one of the
strongest ordinarily In western
Oregon and is planning a busy
season with games Sundays and
holidays. All games are played
at tbe prison. , . . ,
Dnnhf rnav he. aa ArUtntlo hLT
the. beginning of wisdom; but it
certainly should not be the end.
ACCIDENT BOARD :
HAS GOOD RECORD