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TUESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 20, 1923
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, PhoM 23- Advertising Dept.
THE OREGON STATESMAN, SALEM. OREGON
Rata par word:
Per iasertioa . , . , . .
1 TIRE INSURANCE BOCIETY
W. Hr Bur-harlt, Jr.
, Resident Agent 371 Stat St.
MONEY TO LOAN
Ob Rl Estat .
T. K. FORD
(Orr l.add Bona Ban)
(for rent furnished
Fl'RSISHED APARTMENT PHONE
2066J. Kveninga. i -22
ONE AND TWO ROOM FURNISHED
apartment. 486 N. Liberty. -21
FOB RENT APART aVNT,B, SSI NO.
Coat asoreial. -
BIX ROOM FURNISHED HOUSE CLOSE
in. Furnace heat, bnilt in eonvenien-c-s,
piano, Columbia and sewing- ma
chine. Phone 1549 J. -25
FOR RENT WILL. RENT ONE FUR
nished bungalow for a few month
while in California: if taken at once.
Possession a boot 26th Inat. Call or
address -244 State. p3
.... 2ooac i-
MODERN SLEEPING ROOMS HEATED.
722 State. Apply after p. m. n2a
FOUR FURNISHED BOOMS TO RE
.Uabl adults only. 575 N. High. -21
A NICE "FURNACE HEATED ROOM TO
iTent near Jb Capitol. Phone 1330W
FOR RENT FURNISHED ROOMS,
( steam heat, eloae in, 544 N. Commer-j-dal.
Phone 1549J. "20
FOR RENT APART MKHTS AND
i steeping roan- Looauvrd Hotel. 254 . M.
? Front Street.
PRINTED CARDS, SIZE 14' BT
wording "Faraiahed Roema." price 10
mil each. Statesman BaaUaaa Of
1 flea. Oroaad Floor.
FOR RENT UNFURNISHED!
FOR RENT FOUR AND FIVE ROOM
' anforniahed apartment ; close iu. w
Center. ' 24
FOR RENT 5 ROOM HOUSE, OARAGE
large lot, water and light. 410 Oregon
FOR RENT OARAGE AT CORNER OF
12th and Center. Call at Little Lady
Store. ' p2
FOR SALE Miscellaneous J
APPLES DELIVERED BiJWIN. DE-
Itcious, King. Spitsenberg. "anderpool.
Ward K. Richardson, 2395 Front.
Phone 494. -2123
GOOD WORK TEAM, GOOD BALED
clover hay. Eating and . winter ap
ples 50c box at ranch. . B. Parrine
Rt. . Phone 104F21. - n20tf
FOR SALE LUNCH COUNTER
dishes, electric coffee nrn, elevtrie hot
plate, cash register. See Mr. Calavaa
at confectionery stand Public Market,
Salem. Oregon. -24.
FOR SALE 2 HEAVY WOODEN
tanks about 4x6x3 ft. Two inches
clear lumber, ideal for farm msea. Cash
price $10 each. See Ray at Oreron
Growers', plant. Salem. a20
LPPLES DELIVERED 75 BOX, S FOR
2; 5 for $3. Spitseaberr and Bald-
- wins. Ward K. . Richardson, 2395
Front. Phone 494. ' n20-22 24
FOR SALE RED HILL BURBANK PO
. tatoea, aise and quality guaranteed. B.
- CuBBingham, Phone 21J2. n20
PRINTED CARDS. BUS IV BT TU"
wording "Fer Sale, Eaqnira a.' Prlea
10 eeata each. - Sta
Office. Grenad Floor.
r Beautiful Oregon Rose
And aleve athar 0 r tea somga o(ar
v.Wi a fUa ee-ectioa af pa trie tie aoaga.
acred aoaga and aaay eld-tiame iror
i.ttaa. ' ALL FOB 25.
' I (Special'prieoa U aimaaUty lota)
Xspeelauy adaptable fat ace eel
.; T6 pafea new U Itt third aditioa
OREGON TEACHERS 0NTHLT
IIS 8. OaauMreial Bi. . Salaam. Ore.
FOB SALE OLD NEWSPAPERS 10
casta a bundle. Oremla Uoa dapartnte t
Ore roe -tateamaa. - ;
INSURE YOUR HAY AND GRAIN NOW.
Tomorrow may be -too late.- Phone ua
what yea seed in this line. Standley
Foley. Agents. , Bush1 Bank Bldg.
i j y 20
1 CHOICE PIGS. 8 WEEKS OLD AT $5
each. 1 splendid male hoy 10 , months
925; very heary breeder. All are
thoroughbred Cheater Whites.' E. M.
Pal or, Macleay. b20
FOR SALE ONE : HORSE. WEIGHT
about 1100 lbs; harness. Price $35.
Kocolofiky, Phone 970.
ENCYCLOPEDIAS CENTURY, 10 VOL
BJaea, complete with atlas. Perfect con
dition, weight 70 pound, 920 or ex
; change for iacabator. P. Feanell. Box
mm i aall I L J i-L 1 mm L ',
BUM MADISON 'BETTER MADE"
SHIRTS direct (ram oar factory to
wearer. Ne capital or axperieaee re
aralred. Easily sold. Big profits. Write
for FREE - SAMPLES. MADISON
MILLS. 503 Broadway. Now York. '
: J. - AGENTS ' .. -
EASY TO 8ELL LADIES STYLISH
Shoes. Youngsters Boots. Factory te
Wearer. Profits Daily. Big Season.
Write Quickly. Orgaaising Sales
Force. STYLE-ARCH bHOEtL-Cinrin-
1 nsti. " 1 d9
SALESMAN VISITING DEPARTMENT
general, infants stores; Sideline: adrer
tiaed patented baby article; Wonderful
, human appeal; aura repeater; liberal
commission. Mention territory. 837
Madiaoa Square. New York. n35
SALESMEN HAND COLORED CALEN
. H-.,v, cui-- - pi. Write
. tv.eery, Vaats Sioa," 'ow
Six months contract par at o. IS
13 months' contract, par o Ua
Mia imam for any advert! asm eat SS
HELP WANTED I
MA E AND rEMAZJB
wiTtrrn unt ixn voiltil TO
take farm paper subscription A good
- preposition te ine ngns peopt. at
dress the Paeif ie Homestead, titateanuw
nir.. Mitn . nr.
LOST AND FOUND
LOST OPAL NECKLACE. DURING
- air week, en State St. indcr return
te' 47 South 18th 6t. Reward. b20
MARRY IF LOXELV MOST SUCCESS
ful "Home Maker"; hundreds rich;
strictly confidential; reliable: years ex
perience: descriptions free. "The Suc
cessful Club"; MRS. NASH, Box 658
OAKLAND, CALIFORNIA. -25
GET MARRIED BEST MATRIMONIAL
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CORRESPONDENT, Toledo. Ohio. d!3
REAL! ESTATE City
hi , TO EXCHANGE
. A, aire home piace of 10 acres; 9
acres, in prunes and strawberries; has
lair buildings and good dryer. Va mile
from school on fine road, ll miles from
tialem. - Frioe 85000. Will take house
in Salem ta S400U.
Good home in Salem to trade for
mall farm suitable for dairyinr.
70 acres with fair buildings on good
road. Trade small track close to Sa
lem. 1 !':
60 acre ! dairy farm for rent. AH
stocked, and . equipped. 13 cowa and
fmd for winter. Renter to buy equip
THOMASON. 331 H State Street n20tf
GOOD BUYS IN HOMES
Brand new 4 room sbnnralow. mod'
ern in every way. 1 block to ear line,
now vacant, for only $2800; with SoOO
cash aa first payment.
& room house, large corner lot, ga
rage, small barn, chicken coup. Build'
inga in good shape for 82309; good
terms. I .
Another one of 5 rooms, modern ex
empt basement for S2000: V. rash.
5 room house, not modern, with 2
lots for $900; with 820O cash, balance
like rent. .
1 acre tract on. pared road, one block
te - ear line. Dandy little house,, for
$1200; cash, balance $10 per mo.
will take ; cheap car op to 9200 aa
-.fle CHILDS ft BECHTEL
, &40 State St. n20tf
4 room bungalow with full basement.
Has breakfast nook and convenient
huilt-ina. ine location. , It is your
lor lJ ana only suw down.
5 room bungalow with one-half acre
of ground. - Fruit trees, chicken houses
a-araare. pared street, and in good lo
ration. Only $5100 and reasonable
terms. t ' - - .-- - -'
8 room bungalow, eloae in, pared street
for only $3000.
Would like to trade my farm, part in
; fruit, for a business opportunity In
Salem. , A, meat market preferably.
See my agent. Rich L. Reimann.
If it la a house, a lot, a farm, or a
trade you - want, aee me.
RICH I- KEIMANN
Office phone 1013 Res. phone 72CR
229 Oregon Bid;. n20tf
CENTER STREET LOTS
Improvementa paid. - Price $7o0 to
$900. Come In and ae the. platt. '
W. H. GRABENHORST CO.
- 275 State St. -20
(Own Your Own Home
4 room i house $850 at ' your own
: term.- .(
New modern 5 room home, $2600.
7 room house just off state $2100.
- LATHAM A TOMPKINS
i 331 State 8t.
7 ROOM HOUSE AND ACRE OF LAND
on Cheraeketa street. $3500. 9 acre
of good land, location splendid for s-b-dividing;
$11,000. Attraetire home
on Court street, $20,000. Attractive
tiome on Court street, 1 15,000. Ger
trude J. M, Page,- 492 N. Cottage street.
.... , .,.,, . :.- .... nlltf
Don't ferret, that 4 room house at
$850; $100 down.
A neat 3 room plastered bouse good
order $2500; $1000 down.
A good 1 room house on pared street
bss basement, 1 block to car. $2650;
$500 down. "
j" J. A. MILLS
, ( 331Va State St. nlStf
. GOOD BUYS
4 room bungalow at 865 8. 21st. St.
Price $1200; $100 down.
6 room i bungalow with basement,
fireplace and garage. Prlea $2850 ;
- terms. ,
Restaurant, food equipment, well lo
cated 2 hi year lease. , Price for quick
' sale '$2500.
4 room , modern bungalow with
basement and fireplace on pavement,
$3000 ; $800 eash down.
. Wanted- listings, reasonable price
and on easy term. .. Wa write fire insurance.-
W. H. -GRABENHORST CO.. Realtors
275' State St. U. S. Bank Bldg.
r . '-i ' -"-'- nl8U
A ' rood ' five acre just outside of
.Spokane fer anything in the valley or
, Salem. Lebanon fine residence for
8alem similar quality. Forest Grove
small fruit ranch for Salem, etc. Cran
berry land ia Washington for Salem.
See Wa. Fleming, 841 State St. nietf
Best Buys and Exchanges
4 room bungalow $1250; easy terms.
7 room bungalow, part modern, lota
of fruit, fine location, garage, some
furniture, $2150; $600 cash, balance
' 6 room new bungalow, modern, paved
street, owner leaving. $3350; 9650
cash, bslance $28.28, monthly inter
Green house and residence doing a
good business, $6,000; terms.'
' Msrket in good location, good trade,
cheap rent. $3500.
Grocery doing good business, good
reason for selling.
- Want to trade for vacant lot.
; Money to loan, houses to rent.
- ! Who? -
M 1 want a Salem property la exchange
for a fine home in Lebanon. Will give
anyone a good trade. See my agent.
Win. Fleming, 341 State 8t for detail.
EIGHT ROOM HOUSE ON CORNER LOT
one block from postofftee. An excel
lent investment at S500.
; Five room bouse en. Center street
near Capitol. I Basement, furnace ,iot
66xlS6. Varietv of fruit and bearing
walnut trees. 95000.
Four room modern house in Oaks ad
dition. 93950. Very easr terms.
WINNIE PETTYJOHN, Realtor
216 Oregon Bldg. ' t alStf
PRINTED CARDS, SIZE 14" BT TU".
wordlag Koo-a to Xaat," 10
aat each. Eutea aa TTtfTli C2
Cs Cro4 Floor.
On week (six insertions)
I REAL ESTATE City
ILL HEALTH: FORCES SALE
A 6 room cottage well built, prac
tically as good aa new, big lot or with
less. Close in, modern. Bee Wm. Flem
Ing 341 State St. ,
FOR SALE GOOD FIVE ROOM HOUSE
paved street' 92500; $300 cash. Seven
room bunralow, two lota, paved street,
-east front, bearing fruit trees, $3500;
easy terms. New house, corner lot $675
I Exchange; choice tea acre tract well
. improved for home in Salem. 65 acre
farm $5500 Take ' city property or
acreage to aair value. Modern house
for rent, 25. F. L Wood. 841 State
; St ',-;,"" alOtf
PRINTED CARDS, SIZE U" BT TU",
rntim Vmm R t : la .
each. States-am Buslaaaa OfQce, aa.
1 REAL ESTATE FARMS 1
TIMBER LAND ;
320 acrea located nine miles ont 1 U
mile from paved road. Estimated from
fifteen to twenty thousand i cords of
standing timber. About 90 seres en I
tivated. Old buildings. Price for quick
saie o.) per acre.
W. H. GRABENHORST A CO.
' 275 State St. -20
153 acres, 70 acres in cultivation,
balance fine timber and pasture. Good
buildings, located" 5 milea south of Cot
tage orove, or. want to trade my
equity of for small, well im
proved place in Marion county.
F. W. HORN BACK 1
24E. 6... Ave.. Kufrene. Or. n24
TO EXCHANGE AN 80-ACRE IRRI-
gated Idaho farm to exchange for prop
erty in or. near Salem. Address. t().
TA MS TUB RENT
FOR RENT 26 ACRES, MILE
from Aumsviiie, : 4 or 5 acres fruit
trees, mostly prunes. 4 acres pasture
rest tor garden and gram. 755 20th
St., Salem. Phone 1246J. n21
FRUIT FARM FOR RENT 25 ACRES
In fruit and some farm land. Good
buildings on rocked road, half mile
from pavement ' Will sell implements
ana team. ; u. a, Uuery. Phone 77 2.
REAL ESTATE Suburban
ONE HALF ACRES
. Near the city, $50 down, balance $10
per month. Price $600. See na for bar
gains. W. H. GRABENHORST A- CO.
275 State St. a20
f USED CARS FOR SALE
OUR USED CARS RADIATE DISTINC-
tton. Moat of , them compare favor
ably with the eara sold as "demon
strators." Oleson Auto Exchange, , 173
Liberty, Phone 666. n20
ALMOST NEW 1923 FORD ROADSTER
$375. Cannot be told from new. Driv
en about 1700 milea. 5 just new IT.
S. Royal cords. Terms to suit. Chev
rolet Used Car Dept., 349 N. Com'l.
1920 DODGE TOURING 5 GOOD
cord, tires, in fine mechanical condi
tion. A wonderful buy at $350.
Oleson Auto Exchange
173 8 . Liberty Phone CRA
COMPARE OUR VALUES WITH ANY
PRICES ON THE PACIFIC COAST
1923 Buick Six Sport model, bran
new. The last car we have in our
stock not having four wheel brakes.
1922 Buick Six. Sedan, a remark
able car. Thia ia the best value in a
htgh class closed ear we have ever of
fered. Quick sale $1200. :
Buick Six 1919 model, hss bad most
excellent care and is a rare bargain
Buick Four roadster, 1922 model,
Some car for $625.
OTTO J. WILSON
388 N. Com'l. Phone 220.
USED CARS FROM AN AUTHOR
IZED FORD DEALER
1916 touring ; 995.00
1917 touring . $95.00
1918 touring $100.00
1919 touring $125 00
192t touring $235.00
115 roadster - ... $110.00
J921 roadster ..2fM)..00
192.1 coupe 9493.00
1922 aedan : 9425 00
1923 aedan 9625.00
1919 truck $335.00
1920 truck . $235.00
All eara guaranteed to be in good
running order. 1923 license on every
cr. j ;
Liberal terms, open evening and
VALLEY MOTOR CO.
260 No. High. Phone 1993
COMPARE OUR VALUES WITH ANY
PRICES ON THE PACIFIC COAST
1923 Buick Six Sport model, bran
new. The last ear we have in our
stock not having four wheel brakes.
1922 Buick Six, Sedan, a remark
able car. ' This ia the best value in a
high class closed csr we have ever of
fered. Quick sale 91200.
OTTO J. WILSON
388 N. Com'l. Phone 220.
U8ED CAR BARGAINS
r ord coupe
Ford touring .
Dodge ton ring
Maxwell touring .
J 922 Gardner .
EMF utility car
A special price on a new Gray touring
car. 1924, model.
We have other for your, selection.
Come In and pick yours.
F. W. PETTYJOHN CO. ,
219 N. Commercial St.,
GOOD USED CARS GINGRICH MO
toe f-o, 310 Btate 1-tf
FOR SALE 1920 Hartey-Davidson Mo
torcycle, side car, electrically equip
ped, speedometer, new fabric tire.
91 50. , '
VALLEY MOTOR CO.
Phone 1995 ; 260 N. High.
MARRIED MAN WOULD LIKE WORK
of any kind. Handy with tools. Call
or write J. B, Diamond, 293 N. Cot
tare. ' - 21
Classified Ads in The
Statesman Bring Results
1 WANTED Miscellaneous j
WANTED SECOND HAND
with starter.. Call 1956W.
WOOD CUTTERS WANTED TO TAKE
contract apply C. B. Query, - Phone
. 77K2. D2le
WOOD FOR SALE )
SEASONED SLAB WOOD. $.V50 PER
eord. c L. lieuipsey, lit. 3, Turner.
FOR GOOD WOOD PHONE
WRITE IN FOR PRICES ON WOOD. H.
A. .eenii, Silverton. dl4
FOR WOOD CALL C. B. QUERY PHONE
JUDD WOOD SERVICE. OLD SECOND
growtn . nr. oak and mill-wood. Care
ful attention to each order. Phone
108F3. Judd'a Wood's Good. D12.
BEST GRADE OF WOOD
4 ft. and 16 inch green .mill wood
ury mm wood
Dry second growth fir
Dry old fir.
16 inch BLOCK mill wood is the best
fuel ta save your dry wood. Prompt
delivery and reaeoaable price. . Fred
E. Wells, 280 8. Church. Phone 1542
WOOD SAW PROMPT AND CAREFUL
service withvwood saw. Phone 108FB
FOR BALK 16-INCH OLD FIB ANB
second growth 4-foot and oak. Phone
IB PS. M. D. MavfieM
I SALEM MARKETS
Eggs fell off 2 cents in buying
price Monday and are sought at
4 8 cents a dozen.
Cornice pears were being offer
ed yesterday at $1.24 a box, or. 5
cents a pound. " This, variety
greatly resembles ; the Bartlett.
Bosc pears, a winter t variety, sell
at 35 cents a basket.
There is still a large variety of
ORALS AND HAY
No. 2 wheat
No. 3 red wheat, aacked
Clover hay, baled
Prices quoted are wholesale and
prices received by farmers. No retail
price are given, except a noted:
EGGS. BUTTER. BUTTB&FAT
Creamery butter ... 50e ( 51 e.
Butterfat delivered , - ale
f ilk. per ewt. J 92 SO
Eggs, selects 48c
Pullet ; 36ft.
Broiler . . 18c & 22
Medium and light bene 14e
PORK. MUTTON AND BEEF
Hoc.-ton 150-225 lb., ewt , $8.00
Hog, top. 225-275, ewt 97.50
ttoirs. too. 275 300. ewt S5.0U bs S7.U0
Light sows, ewt .-$6.00
Rough heavy 3Va4tt
Top veal, dressed 8 lOe
Top steers 05 & 05H
Cows 03 Q 04
Top lambs . OVk
Recommends Foley Kidney Pill
"Your medicine woreed a mira
cle for me,", writes Mrs. C. J3iron,
140 Fayette Street, Lynn, Mass.
"I was all fun down, had a cough
all winter, also kidney trouble and
after taking a few bcxes of your
medicine my cough and backache
left me. I can eat and sleep well.
I canvass and recommend it at ev
ery house 1 enter." Prompt re
lief secured from kidney and blad
der irritations, rheumatic pains
through using Foley Kidney Pills
Insist on the genuine refuse sub
stitutes. Sold everywhere. Adv.
. LIVERPOOL,, Nov. 19. Close:
Wheat, 1-8 to Id higher. Decem
ber, Ss, l-2dj March, 81, 9d;
May, 8s, 7 3-8d.
PORTLAND, Ore.. Nov. 19.
Grain futures: Wheat, bluestem
and baart November. December.
aJnuary, $1-02; . soft white No
vember, December, January,
$1.01; western khite November,
$1; December, January, $1.01;
hard winter, northern spring, No
vember, December, January. 97c;
western red November, 97c; De
cember, January, 96c.
Oats No. 2, 46 pounds, Novem
ber, December. $31.50; January.
$30.50; 44 pounds, November, De
cember, $30.50; January, $30.
Corn No. 2 eastern yellow ship
ment, November. $35.50 ; Decem
ber, $33; January, $32.50; No. 3
eastern yellow shipment, Novem
ber. $34.50; December, January,
Mill run, November, December,
$23.75; January. $24.50.
Dried Fruit -NEW
YORK. Nov. 19. Evap
orated apples dull; choice, 10V.
11c; fancy, 11 l-2(512c. Prunes
quiet; Call fornias, 5414'4c;
Oregons. 5 12 Vic; apricots.
slow; choice, 10 ; extra choice,
1213&c; fancy, 17c; peaches
steady; choice, 88U: extra
choice. 8V8c; fancy, 10 &
NEW YORK, Nov. 19. Hops.
steady; state 1923. 50 57c;
1922. 2528cf Pacific coast.
1923. 2946c; 1922. 25 27c,
Women who achieve that "well
turned out" appearance In a se
verely tailored suit, are. in luck
this season, for it's, ultra-smart.
Gargle with warm salt wat
then apply over throat
M 0 CCvS4
Our IT f -"on Jrr yWfy
Of Reliable Business and Professional Firms Ar
t ranged in Alphabetical Order for Quick Reference
SALEM AUMBULANCE SERVICE
Phone 666; 173 S. Liberty. Osy and
FREEMAN A 8TRDBLE, REGISTERED
Architects, 510 Bank of Commerce
AUTO REF AIRING '
A rSED CAR MAY SHOW WEAR BUT
the motor can be made to run like
new if it is repaired bjr Jack Doerfer
Motor Repair, 410 8. Com'l. b-0
WE DOX.'T PERFORM illKACLES BUT
we do give you honest to goodness re
pairing at reasonable rates. Bring us
1610 No. Commercial St. Phone 890
DID YOU GET WET IX THE RAIN
yesterday 1 Better . bring in the old
car and let us put on a new top.
v. w: E. ti-RUNERT.
256 State St., Opposite V. 8. Bsnk
BATTERY AND ELECTRICIAN
PRESTO-LITE BATTERY SERVICE
Station. Expert battery and electrical
work. Ferris Bros., Phone 1803, 418
R. D. BARTON EXIDE BATTERIES
starter and generator work ; 171 South
BICYCLES AND REPAIRING
LLOYD E. RAM SDEN- DAYTON BJCY
BIRDS, FLOWERS AND. PETS
FLAKE'S PETLAND. BIRDS, FLOWERS
Feta. ITS State
CARPENTER WORK OF ALL KINDS
dar or contract. Built-ins a specialty,
All work guaranteed. Reasonable.
Phone 78M. n20e
CARPET AND RTJO WEAVING
SALEM CARPET CLEANING AND
Fluff Rug Works Rag and fluff rugs
, wove any aixe without seam a. New
mattresses made to order. Old mat-
Ureases remade. Feathers renovated. I
bny all kinds of old carpets for fluff
rugs. 134 and Wilbur streets. Phone
1154. Otto F. Zwicker. Prop.
FOR CEMENT WORK CALL AT 4Si
N. Su er street. Phone 674-J.
CHIMNEY 8 WEEPS
CHIMNEY SWEEPING F U R N A C E
, cleaning. F. Councilman. Ray L. Farax-
er Hardware company.-
RL. T DICK CURES ANY KNOWN
disease 153 S. High St. Phone 283.
R. 8. V NSOOTT. GRADUATE NA
t'uaal University Sciences. Chicago.
m a some Temple. Fhone B4Q.
1RS. SCOTT SCHOFIELD, P. 8. 0.
Chiropractors. 414-10 U. S. Bank Bldg.
Phone 87; rea. 828-R.
DR. REDMOND, 328 OREGON BLDG.,
CLEANERS AND DYERS
SALEM CLEANERS AND DYER S
Suits cleaned and pressed, f 1.50.
Suits sponged aad pressed, 60c.
215 8. Com'.. Phone 1868
CIVIL, CONSULTING, CONSTRUCTION
Conatructins- engineer. CSnrveya. esti
mates. Jno. H. Keel, 819 Oregon
Bldg. Phone 775.
DRESSMAKING, AND DESIGNING.
Carrie Fisher, McCornack Bldg., over
. Miller. , i ' 15tf.
PRINTED CARDS SIZE 14" BY 1ft".
wording "Dressmaking"; prlea. 10
cents each. Statesmsn Basin aas Office
Oh mi il PToe
WM. NEIMEYER - "JUST DRUGS.'
175 y Commercial. Phone 167.
i Willi it r i i i Hi n
SALEM ELECTRIC CO. M A S 0 N I 0
buiding. Phone 1200.
ELECTRIC FIXTURE AND SUPPLY
Co. Phone 1834. 222 N. Liberty.
ARCHIE FLEENER. ELECTRICIAN
House wiring by hour or contract. Es
timates furnished. Phone 980. 414
HALIK'S ELECTRIC SHOP ELEC
, trical machine repairing, contracting.
837 Court Phone 488.
POCLTRYMEN SEND EIGHT TWO
cent stamps for special three months'
trial for the bast and oldest Journal ia
the west. The articles had advertise
tneata are of special Interest to the
poultry breeders of .the Northwest.
Northwest Poultry Joaraal. 211 Com
mercial st7et, Salem. Oregon.
IF 'YOU WANT TO GET THE BEST
farm paper, aead 15e. to the Pacific
Homestead, Salem. Oregon for a three
monthe' trial subscription. Meatioa
' thia ad.
WE . HAVE $5000 PRIVATE MONEY
to loan on farm property.
ANDERSON A RUPERT
.407 Oregon bldg.
GOVERNMENT LOANS ON FARMS 5
per cent. 303 Balers Hank of Commerce
6 LOANS UNDER RESERVE SYSTEM
on city or farm property. Reserve De
posit company, J2 Fourth Street, Port
AT 6 PER CENT and
6 ft PER CENT
ANDERSON A RUPERT
C-egoa Bldg Salem, Ore.
FARM LOANS LESS INTEREST.
longer time, no commission. Protects
against adversity. City loans, lowest
rates, monthly lastalmeata, pre-pay-
anont privileges. J. V. Biegmuad,
9. over La dd A Bush beak.
- FARM LOANS - ;. ' ' '
Insurance money, aay amount 6 per cent
or o. v, 4u or -o years, vita full
prepayment privilegea entire .Willam
HAWKINS h ROBERTS
205 Ortfoq Bldx, Orepja
LOANS - LOANS LOANS
I can make your farm or city loans, best
service gives If you need a loan, aee
me; and if you bsv money to place,
see me I -always have takers. O. W.
Laflar, Oregon bldg.
HAWKINS A ROBERTS. CITY LOANS,
CUT FLOWERS. WEDDING BOUQUETS
funeral wreaths, deeoratloaa. O. F.
Breithaupt, florist, 128 N. Liberty,
OYAL ORANGE LODGE JASON LEI
Memorial No. S30 meeta la Odd Fel
Iowa' hall eve r y first, third aad
fifth Taesday of tha a, enth. All
Wfi well mm
SALEM MORTUARY. FUNERAL UIREO
tors. 210 Center. Phone 1656.
SEAGROVE FOR FURNACES SIBLI
coe Piprless, f85, 1165 Ferry St.
Phone KUW o?4tf
3IESE FURNITURE CO. QUALITY
furniture for leaa mossy. S7S Oomrt
PEOPLE'S FURNITURE STORE NEW
aad second hand furniture; J71 W
EATON EATON, practical hatter,
formerly O. B. Ellsworth establishment
First class hat work of all kinda. 291
HEMSTITCHING, STAMPING, PLEAT
ing. Anna M. Buaick, over Miller's
store, i- . , nlStf
SALEM ELITE H EMSTITOH1NG
pleating; bettoas, atamping and needle
wdrk; 828 Oregon bldgi Phoaa 879.
MRS. 0. E, MIIXiER HEMSTITCHING
stamping, buttons. Room 10, over Mil-4
nr'm store. Phon 11T.
SEE ME IN 'MY NEW LOCATION FOR
Life, Fire, Accident, Auto and Indem
- nity Insurance, or a Federal Farm
Ioaa, Some good Stock and Dairy
Ranches at Bargain Prices.
A. C. BOHRNSTEDT. Renltor
Buah-Breyman Bdg. 147 N. Com. St.
JUXK WE PAY FULL VALUE FOR
any kind of stoves, furniture, metal
paper and junk. Willamette Bargain
House, 975 North Commercial. Phone
588. - nl8tf
D. H. MOS HER TAILOR FOB MEN
and women. 474 Court St.
W. J MAYER LADIES' TAILORING.
long costs and aaita. Boom T, MeCor-
veek Bldg. '
SALEM LAUNDRY COMPANY, 818 8.
Liberty street. Phone 25. Oldee
. largest beet. Established 1889.
CAPITAL CITY STEAM LAUNDRY
Quality work; prompt service; 1264
Broadway Phone 165.
MAC HUSH SHOjr
THB CROSS AUTOMATIC ELECTRIC
Steam boiler,' vulcaniser and tube
platan. .Perry a OanapboU, SIT N.
Liberty. . f
MOUNTAIN BALM COUGH REMEDY
P. F. THOMAS AND MRS. ZENA
Thomas, : violin and piano instruction.
Accredited by the State Board of In
struction. Studio 665 N. 16th, phone
. r a o . J n
A COURSE IN BUSINESS PIANO
playing. Popular syacopsted atandard
atnsio. Semi-classics and' ballada; 12
lesson. Waterman Piaao School. Me-
Coraaek Bl lg.
SHERMAN. CLAY A CO PIANOS
Stein ways, Duo-Art and other. Moore' a
Muaie House. 415 Court street.
GEO. 0. WILL PIANOS. PHONO-
graphs, sewing machines, sheet music.
and piano atudiea. Repairing phono
graphs and . sewing machines; 482
TRADE YOUR OLD PIANO FOB A NEW
Victor or Brunswick. H. L. Stiff Furni-
tnre Co.. Vnsle Dept.
DR. A. SLAUGHTER ACUTE AND
ehronie diseases; 41S Oregon Bldg.
NEWSPAPER AGENCIES , ,
News Dealers x'
THE PORTLAND TELEGRAM SALEM
agent Gus Hixsoa. Pbone 1067J. Of-
fice phone 939. - d2-
FOR SALE OR15GON CHAMPION
Oooseberry plants. 30 per thousand.
Vi mile south of Chemawa or write
to Deuber. Rt 8. Salem. n20
FRUIT. NUT AND SHADE TREES
Pea Bneou 28T Stata. '
COMPLETE LINE FRUIT AND NUT
trees. Frnitland nursery, office S44
Ferry. Pbone 199 or 1140M.
COMPLETE LINE TREES SMALL
fruits, orasentals. Capital City Nur
serv Co.. 426 Orwrtti Bdg Phono 78.
MORRIS OPTICAL COMPANY ORE-
(on Bldg. Room 801 te 804.
GLASSES FITTED BY THB BOW OV
ileal Co- 225 State scree, opposite
Ladd At Bush Bank. 'Ua Quality
r Statetmaa Clsstliied Ad
PAPERHAKOINO AND PAZNTZVO
PHONE GLENN ADAMS -FOB HOUSE
decorating, paper haagiag. tinting, eU.
TEN CENT KALSOMINf NE IN BrAUTl
ful colore; $1 dee a rooou Max O.
Bar a 179 N. Commercial.
PHYSICIAN OF PHYSIOTHERAPHY
DR. JACKSON. DOCTOR OF : PHY8I
otberapy. treats all ailments, woma
troubles especially. 265 "N. Commercial
S"treet, Phone 1091.
EDWARD WELP EXPERIENCED PI
aao tuner. Leave, orders Will's Maate
PLUMBING REPAIRING AND COIL
work. Phone 1397 J. Shop 127 Uaioa
street. - . u. uoorrey.
RADIATORS. FENDEeJS, ETC.
RADIATORS FENDERS, BODIES made
or repaired. J. O. Bair. 236 State.
SALEM SCAVENGERS GARBAGE.
refnse of all kinds removed. Ceapoola
cleaned. Phone 167 or 1007 J.
SOOS SCAVENGER SERVICE (SUC
eessor to Neal Scavenger) Garbage
and refuse of all kinda removed by the
month. Reasoaable rataa. Phoaoa:
Office 529 ; residence 2058.
SECOND HAND GOODS
SALEM BARGAIN HOUSE BUYS AND
sella second hand furniture, tool aad
junk;, 820 N. Commercial. Phone 4S2
WANTED EVERYTHING IN .CIOTH
. lag and shoes. Best prieee paid. Cap-'
ttai Kxc⦤ sa North' Commercial
Phono 1H68-W. -lo .
STOVES AND STOVB REPAIEISO
STOVES REBUILT. AND REPAIRED
40 years' experieoce. Depot Nstlonsl
- fence, sisee 26 to 28 ia. high. Painta,
oila aad varniahea, ote loganberry and
hop hooka. Salens Peace and Stove
Works. 250 Court street Phono 124.
TIRES AND ACCESSORIES
USED PARTS 1-3 to ,i:2 OFF. MIKE'S
aoio nrec.mg nonse; 4Z Aorta
Commercial. Phone 528.
V. C. HAAG A CO- 444 FERRY ST
Phone 210. Cletrae tractors. Oliver ia
piemen ts. ' . ' , . .
WE MOVE. 8TORE AND SHIP HOUSB
hold goods. Our specialty ia plan aaf
furniture moving. Wa also make eoma
try trips. We handle tha beat eoal an4
wood. Call on aa for prieee. Wa givt
good maaaurav good euality aad good
- ae 'lea, Utaw Transfer Co. Phoao 9St
CAPITAL CITY TRANSFER CO 228
Stat 8t Phoaa 938. DistrtbatUg. for
warding and s to rags ear specialty. Gat
CENTRAL MOTOR BUS LINE
Central S'-age Terminal. Sale. Oregon
. " (U-EM-EUUESS
. Leave Salea 7:15 a. a.; 9:15 a. a.;
11:15 a. m.; 1:15 p. m.; 8:15 p ra.;
5:15 p.m.: 7:80 p. m.r to Corvalfia only
PARKER'S STAGS; 1NE8 ,
J. W. Parker, Gcaeral Manager
Central State Terminal Salea, Oregon
SALEM SILVERTON DIVISION
Leave Salem. Central.. State Terminal ;
7 a. at.; 11 a. m.; ft p. as
Leaves Silverton News Stand:
8 a. m. 1 p. m. 6 p. a.
Leave Salem, Central Stage Terminal!
7 a. m.; 9 a. m; 11:10 a. 8:10 p. i
' :5il0 p m -'
Leve Monmouth, Monmoath Hotel:
8:15 a. Bt.; 1 p. m.; 6:15 p. pa.
Leavea Independence. Beaver Hotel:
8:30 a nu; 9:50 a. ra.; 1:1s p. as.
-" 4 p. be.; 6:80 p. nm.
Leave Central 8tage Terminal, Sales, for
7 a. at.; 11:10 a. sa; aUOpsm.
Leaves Gail Hotel. Dallaa. at
- ns.; 1 p. m.; 6:15 p. am. :
We make connection at Salem, te .all
parts of the valley. Extra trips by ap
- J, W PARKER Genl Maaarn r-.
TYPEWRITERS FOR KST
SPECIAL STUDENT. RATE FOB TYPE
. writers. Four months tlO. jr'TTtu.-.
wood - Typewriter Co 800 ' Masonic
Bid. - - ' - n?
FRED W. . LANGE. VETERINAHIAV
Office 220 South Liberty. Phono 1198
Res, phoned 1948J. m9
SALEM WATER, LIGHT POWER CO.
Office, 801 South Commercial St Ton
per cept discount on domeatie ' flat
ratea paid ia advance. No deductions
for abseac or any cans nnlea water
t aee f f nn, i rlann
POULTRY MEN HOLD
, ". (Continued from page 1.) '
far greater number of hens could
be handled by the association with
out incurring any more oyerhead
expense. . -
At the close of Manager Dixon's
address, Mr. Lindbeck, Mr. Lee
and other old members declared
that at no time during the past
year haa their net returns from
their egg product marketed
through the association been less
than the price pajd in the open
market at such times, and that on
many .dates their returns were
from 2 . to 6 cents ' above local
market prices. , ,
At the closed of the addresses
many poultrymen came forward
and signed the new contract and
practically all of the old mem
bers signed up again. -
A number of . prominent poul
trymen were present from '. Inde
pendence and the Jefferson dis
tricts, : including Director Willis
Small,-of Independence, and sev
eral other Polk, county ' v poultry
It was an enthusiastic and very
successful , meeting, characteristic
of all the meetings of, this nature
that are being held, according to
the report of the speakers. Pres
ident Durkee and Manager Dixon
will bold slmilaa meetings this
week at Albany. Eugene, Coitao
Grove and Roseburg.
TRAFFIC BILL PASSED
BY THE CITY COUNCIL
(Continued from page 1.)
street committee the resolution to
pave South Twenty-first street
from the south line of State street
to the north line of the Turner
road, was laid on the table until
the next ameeting. Councilman
Patton urged that due care be
taken by the council that a repe
tition of the Oaks addition prob
lem should not devolve ntwin tho
city. ii. was pointed out that
much of the property abutting on
this proposed road was not worth
the price of the improvements.
, Rating Bureau Explains
Explanation of the lone time
taken to adjust Insurance ratl
in Salem following the installa
tion of the new pumper and other
equipment; was made in a letter
of the Oregon Insurance Rating
bureau. Alderman Marcus said
it was strange that whenever it
became necessary to adjust ratesr
in Salem they always had some
hands to break . in at Portland
and he proposed that the recorder
be instructed to write to the bur
eau , saying that .the .Salem folk
would take oyer the green work
ers, neip them along and, "how
'em how much to reduce the rates
here." - ; . J r
' Alderman Purvine. who suc
ceeded A.. II. Moore, was aDSoInt-
ed to fill the committee vacancies
left by". the- resignation i of Mr.
Coughs, Colas, Wliooplng Consh
Mrs. w in Hail. R. No. 3. Bax- .
ley, Ca., states: "I am writinz to
all who suffer from coughs, colds.
croup or whooping cough. I can
not recommend Foley's Honey and
Tar too much, and 1 can't keep
nouse without It. Have been ns-.
Ing it since 1919 and have found
it the best medicine there la for
grown-ups and children." Beat
and largest selling cough and cold
remeay in the world. - Refuse sub
stitutes. Sold everywhere. Adv.
Debate Leaders Chosen
for Willamette University
In preparation for the Inter-
class debates the various classes
at Willamette have selected their
Ralph Emmons will lead the so
phomore arguers . with Warren
Day as his colleague. : Mr. Em
mons attended Northwestern uni
versity last ypar and was leader
of the ' freshman debate team
there. He also was Oregon state
champion 'debater when he led the
Salem high school team in 1921.
Mr. Day is a debater of experience. .
having debated for his class last
The Junior team is" composed of
Dan Taylor and Rawson Chapin,
both of whom have had work In
public speaking before.
Composing the freshman team
are James McClintock and Lee
The senior representatives will
be Mr. Padilla and Mrs. Matuch.
The first debate which will be
between the sophomores and the
freshmen will be held on the af
ternoon, of December 10.
The first debate will be a dual
affair with contests between the
Juniors nd' seniors followed Jay
the? soph-fresh debate. The final
debate wOl he at chapel time Dec
ember 19 and will be aj argument
between the winners of the first
The question for the first de
bate is "Resolved: That the Unit
ed States supreme court should be
denied the right to declare acts
of congress unconstitutional."
This same question will be used
in the debate between the Willam
ette freshmen and the OAC fresh
men, which will take place after
the local interclass events.
Necktie Social Given
By Trinity Young Fc!k
SILVERTON. i Or., Nov. 19.
(Special to The Statesman)
A necktie social was givekn at
Trinity church by the Trinity
Young People's' society. A short
program consisting oi selections
by Trinity band, vocal solo by
Miss Marie Corhouse, piano solo
by Miss Dora . Ilenrikson, reading
by. Miss Agnes Hatteburg, saxa-
phone and cornet duet by Dale
Blair and Amos Benson, was fol-
owed by the sale of the neckties
which Identified the baskets for
the box supper. After the box
supper games were played until
11 o clock. :
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