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THURSDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 13. 1923
WHAT YOTT HAVE
Fbone 23 Advertising Dept.
TIIE OREGON STATESMAN, SALEM, OREGON
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Rate par word:
FIRE INSURANCE 80CIETT
. W. II. Burghardt. Jr.
Resident Agent 371 State Bt.
MONEY TO LOAN
Oa Real Estate
T. K. FGBX
(Orer Ladd Bash Bank)
JUST REAL GOOD AUTO T0I3
W. E. Grunert
256 Statu St.
Opposite V. S. Bank
fYES: WE ARE EXPERTS AT AUTO
repairing. Jack Doerfer Motor Repair,
410 8. Com'!. Ib-dl3
If FOR RENT FURNISHED '
FOR KENT NICELY FURNISHED
apartment, 390 Union. Phone 567J.
FOR RENT 3 ROOM FURNISHED
apartment with private bath. Close in.
Phone 1516M. 2a d!2tf
FOR RHNT FURNISHED AND CN
furnished down town apartment. Phone
CVEAMAN'B APARTMENTS NICELY fur
nished. 265 S. Commercial. 2e-j4
Xa RENT APAJCTSLaVNTa, WI BO.
Modern furnished house for 3 month
Another furnished house for 2 month.
For Sale 1 room new house, $30OO
5 room cottage $3300; 1000 acre farm
well located, $100 per acre; 40 acre
farm fully equipped north of Salem,
$1500. By Gertrude 1. M. Taste.
. , v l . 2b-dl3tf
FOR RENT LARGE HOUSE AT 746
North Winter. Immediate possession.
Phono 23, or eaU Statesmen boein
STEAM HEATED ROOM BLOCK FROM
Capitol $15 per month. For two. $18.
2069J. 2c d!3
FOR RENT APART M -STB AND
looping room. Leo ard E total, S54 N.
Pros! Street, .
PRINTED CARDS, SIZE 14" ST T1A,".
wording "Furnished Rooms,?' prieo 10
eenta OOC-. Stateemaa Bnrlne Of
f loo. Ground Ploor.
IFOR RENT UNFURNISHEDI
FOB RENT OR SALE MODERN S
room bnnralow. Phone 2026R. 3-dH
rX)S RENT 3 ROOM UNFURNISHED
apartment. Permanent renter, uoh .
Com'I. - So-dlltf
FOR RENT A 6 ROOM MODERN house
South cialem $30. See Wm. Fleming
S41 Stato. 3h-dfltf
FOR SALE Miscellaneous)
FOR SALE CHEAP RUGS. COUOH.
and other household goods. Call be
tween 2 and 3 o'clock, 1030 Hood
street. . dm
GOOD ESTABLISHED -LUNCH AND
confectionery buainesa Jot lease. Own
er ha other buaineee that requires
hia entire time. Call at 173 S. Lib
erty St. 4-dl3
E. O. MOLL WILL BE IN SALEM ON
Saturday with pure country pork,
sausage, spare ribs and tenderloin.
Moat of the leading groeerymen will
have it for aale. 4-dl3
SPIT2TENBERO APPLES 75e: THREE
for $2. five for $3, delivered. Ward
K. Richardson. Phono 494. 4 dl6
XMAS TREES; 15c: 25; 50c; 73c. DE
livered. Phono 652. 4-dl7
WALNUTS! IMPROVED FRANQUETTE
25 per lb. 1265 N. 19th St. Phone
1574J. . . 4-dl5
Logging ramp. 10x13 donkey. Good
timber, stnmpage only. A r-al propo
sition for some one. Soe Rich L. Kei
mann, 229 Oregon Bid.. 15-d8tf
Chick'ring piano, cost $720' 29 years
ago. Fine condition. Worth $100.
Will sell to settle estate for $230. A
real bargain. 4'all between 2 and 5
o'clock. 1030 Hood street. 4 dl6
PRINTED CARDS, SIZB 14" BY TU"
wording "Pot Solo. Xaqairo at." Price
10 ooato each. Sutoaau u i Baa tnsas
Office, Ground Floor
MARSHALL STRAWBF.RRY PLANTS-
$J.OO per M. F. B. Garrett, route 3.
Aurora, Oregon. 4dl6
Beautiful Oregon Rose
And eleven other Onron son; together
with a fine collection of patriotic songs,
seorvd kong and many old time favor
ites ALL FOR 2,'.c.
1 (Special prices in quantity lots)
Especially adaptable for school commun
tty or homo singing. Send for
Western. Songster .
76 pages now In it third coition
OREGON TEACHERS MONTHLY
215 S. Commercial St. Salem. Ore.
GOAT MEAT. FIRST CLASS. YOUNO
and fat. 5c per pound be wbole or
half. Delivered fr-e. - South S'ej
niarket. Phone 788. dOO
UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITER CO
Have your ma-hin repaired by the
people i who make It.- Special "rental
rat to atudenta. 300 Masonic. Bids.
Phone 262. , n2tf
TOR SALE OLD NEWSPAPERS 10
eenta handle. Cirsulstio? dspartmoat
Or oa Stateaman.
ONE "GUERNSEY COW FREsTTTV
toon. Route 7, Box 21. - la dir
GENTLE BLACK SHETLAN ft PONY
mere four year oH : and saddle. On
ieo. i Mcl.aushlin farm, near Buena
VMi W. Jf. Wellard, Indevn-lon- e.
Classified Ads in The
Statesman Brins Results11
L" "nths contract per mo lSe
12 tnoaius' contract, par mo 12e
Minimum for any edvOrtisement 20
8 ELL MADISON "BETTER MADE"
SHIRTS direct from our factory to
wearer. No capital or oxparlenco re
qnirod. Easily sold. Big profit. Write
for FREE SAMPLES. MADISON
MILIS 608 Broadwav. Now York.
MALE AND FEMALE
WANTED MEN AND WOMEN TO
take farm paper subscriptions. A good
J reposition to the right people. Ai
res the Pacific Homestead. Statesman
RM Rate i Or
LOST AND FOUND
LADIES WRIST- WATCH, ENGRAVED
Ora." Reward. Call Pattern Dep't.
Millnr'a store. 6a-l4
GET MARRIED BEST MATRIMONIAL
paper published. FREE for stamp.
CORRESPONDENT, Toledo. Ohio. d!3
REAL ESTATE City '
ATTENTIOX TRANSFER MEN GET
our rates nest time you insure your
truck. Standiey Foley. Agents.
Bush Bank llldg. Phone 347. 8 dl3
FOR SALE: TERMS WELL BUILT
house, good basement, built ins, good
neighborhood. A bargain. Must sell to
settle estate. Call 2 to 5 o'clock 1030
Hood street. 8-dl6
4 room house. 2 lot, bearing fruit
trees, city water. Has a small barn.
$1300; one-half cash.
Neat 6 room house and lot 50x150
on paved street. Bath, toilet, electric
light and full basement. 1 block to
Slate St. car line. $2350; $500 down.
J. A. MILLS. 031 2 State St.
Sacrifice sale. Owing to unavoid
able circumstances this property must
be sold at once. A good house, 6
rooms, with modern conveniences. Base
ment, large corner lot, double garage,
paved street. At 889 Oak St. Reason
ably worth $3200. Make your offer
to my agents.
Make t an offer on a larse lot in
pleasant ' home addition on South Win
ter 6tret. Verv desirable location.
CHILDS A- BECHTEL
5 40 State St. 8-dl3tf
7 room house, tot 75x150. 3 English
walnuts, 4 cherry and other fruit trees.
J 'ved street, close to school, fine lo
cation. Certainly a bargain at $4200
and easy terms.
.New 4 room modern bungalow, base
ment, good location. $2800 and very
4 room house, furnate, basement. No
better buy for $2500.
Furniture and lease. of apartment
houre in valley town of three thoos
and population. Fireproof, concrete
building. A good proposition.
4 room new bungalow, basement,
$2100; easy terms.
5 room house and one-fifth acre of
gronnd suitable for garden. Paved
Ktreet, close in. $3150. Small payment
down and 'easy monthly payments.
6 room strictly modern bungalow just
off Capitol St. Nice corner lot and
zarage. Price $5250. An excellent
buy for the money.
List yoor property with m.
If it is a bousr, lot, a farm, or a
trade you want see me.
RICH L. REIMANN
Office phone 1013 lien, phone 726R
229 Oregon Bid-. 8-dl3tf
6 room modern homo for small farm
suitable for dairy.
Good 7 room plastered house, large
lot. Well located, for 18jO.
Nice 7 room house on paved street,
and car line for rent.
THOilASON, ZZVi State St.
BEST BUYS AND EXCHANGES
80 acre dairy ranch to exchanc for
acreage or fruit ranch not over $50OO.
412 acre fruit and dairy rauch to
exchange for sheep ranch somewhere
on the coast, not over $40,000.
The nicest confectionery in Salem,
cheap rent, long lease. $1500 terms.
Grocery doing good business in Sa
lem. $5250; temjs.
Filling station and accessories, best
location in Salem.
341 State St. 8 dI2tf
FOR SALE AT A VERY REASONABLE
price, a five room house on 20th and
l.ee streets, corner lot. Call and d-al
direct with owner at C-C etore. 8-dl3
Small apartment deal A small in
vestment and good payinjr proposition.
See me on this. Wm. Fleming. 341
State St. 8-d9tt
5 ROOM MODERN NEW HOME, WELL
located on paved street, $3700. Can
be bandied for $500 cash and balance
5 room homo on Center street, close
in, modern conveniences. Iot 6t by
156. fin trees and shrubbery. $500o;
10 room plastered bouse with bae
ment and modern convenience,, close
in. two kitchens. $3200: cash 30O:
and monthly payments. This is in ex
WINNIE PETTYJOHN, Realtor
2lfi Oregon Bid. 8 dOtf
PRINTED CARDS. SIZE 14" BY T4".
wording "Room to Boat," tie 1C
cants one. Stateaman Baainaaa Of
fie. Gronnd Ploor.
I ROOM HOL'SE. TWO LOTS. EAST
front. $1.0; $2O0 down, $20 month.
H room modern house, paved street
close in, $1300; $300 down, $10 a
8 room bungalow, remer: basemen',
fireplara, $1200; $:;00 down, $10 pet
7 ronro bunsalow. corner tot. S. Sa
lem. $.7100: $!() down. $10 per month.
GERTRUDE J. M. PAGE
492 N. Cottage. 8 d-Mf
t $2600 OS TERMS
Don't come around exp?cting an up
to Hate bungalow but a comfortable
6 rm house. Bath, toilet. Er lights,
paved St.. car line and walking distance
from Capitol Bldg. See Wm: Fleming.
341 Stats St. , n21tf
PRINTED CARDS. SI- 14" BY T14".
wording "For Root." prie 10 eonU
-'each. Statesman Bnaiaoaa Office, a
RESTAt-BANT. GOOD EQUIPMENT.
well located 2i year lease. Prico for
quick sale $2300.-
4 room modern bungalow with '.i
bst-ement and fireplace on pavement.
$3000:- oo rash down.
Wanted liMings, reasonable prices
and on e.sy term a. We write firo in
W. h ORABENHOUST CO. Re,HTs.
37j Stat St. U. 6. Bank Bldg
PORTLAND FOR A VALLEY FARM
,n residence property Eqnity for
farm Equity. Son Win. Fleming. 341
btate bt. 8 d(Hf
Oao week (tlx Insertion)
REAL ESTATE FARMS
FOR BARGAINS IN 1CKALEST ATE SEE
TWO ACRES FINE LAND
Good six room house.
Good poultry house.
ne mile from business district.
Some ta.sh; balance $100 per year,
with o.ily 5 per cent interest.
Price ONLY $3200.
A. C. BOHR NST EOT
147 No. Comicrrcial St., Salem, Oregon.
EXCHANGE 80 ACRE FRUIT RANCH
in California for Valley farm or city
property up to SSO.OOO. 477 acre
stock ranch, callforui $20,000 for
Valley-farm. 640 acre stock ranch
South Dakota $20,000 for Valley farm.
125 acre farm to trade for suburban
home. For sale seven room bungalow
with garage, like new, $2300. Six
room oungalow close in. corner lot,
basement, $4400. Good seven room
bungalow on paved atreet $3200. Fur
nished house for rent. Good car to trade
lor lot. F. L. Wood. 341 State St.
I USED CARS FOR SALE
FORD SEDAN TODAY ONLY OWNER
has left old Ford Sedan to be sold to
day for best offer. Good rubber and
glass. Good condition. Make an of
fer. At Ustrander and Wolgamott Ford
Shop behind U. S. Bank Bldg. Today
SPECIAL HOLIDAY SALE
OF USED CARS
Light d liv.-ry $ 50.OO
Buick roadster 10O.OO
Chev 'UiJO" touring loo. 00
Overland 4" roadster 175.00
Elgin Six touring 200.00
Paige 7-pasenger 350.00
Overland "4" touring 400.00
Chevrolet Babygrand 450.00
Essex touring 550.OO
Dode touring. 1922 695.00
Gardner coupe (like new.
V. W. PETTYJOHN CO.
219 Xurth Commercial St , Salem. Or.
1921 HUPMORILE: FINE RUBBER;
food paint, motor in excellent condition
las only run 12,000 miles. You can't
go wrong on this one at $685.
OTTO J. WILSON
388 N. Com'I. Phone 220 11 d!3
GOOD USED CARS
tor Co.. 219 State.
USED CARS FOR LESS!
1916 Ford roadster, has 1918 body, box
on rear. Good tires $ 65.00
1920 Chevrolet touring, good tires, mo
tor and rear end overhauled '-00.00
Special New Ford roadster, cord tires
spotlisht. extra tire and tube 3Hi.00
CHEVROLET USED CAR DEP'T.
229 State St. 11-dTtf
I HAVE TWO BUICK SIX, SEVEN PAS
senger sedans; one is a 1922 model.
The other a 1923 model. The inside
and outx.de appearance of both of these
cars cannot be told from new. They
simply are beautiful machine. They
must be sold. QH our price on these
car before considering the purchase of
any new sedan.
OTTO J. WILSON
388 N. Com'I St. Phone 220. Il-dl3
USED FORD CARS FROM AN
AUTHORIZED FORD DEALER
191. tourinc bj.OO
1917 touring 95.00
1918 touring $ton.OO
1923 tourin; $395.00
1921 coupe $35.00
1923 coupe $495.00
1919 delivery $i5.00
1920 truck S23.VOO
All cars guaranteed to bo in Rood
runn'n; order. 1924 license with
every car. Liberal terms.
Open Evenings an Sunsyi
VALLEY MOTOR CO
260 No. High Phone 1!S
POSITION WANTED BY EXTERIEXG
ed commercial man and clerk. Address
L. B. Smith. 249 N. 13th. 12-dl6
WANTED Miscellaneous j
REGISTERED JERSEY COWS WANT
ed. State what you have and price.
Address "Dairy Farm," Cr States
WOOD FOR SALE 1
DEPENDABLE COAL AND DRY WOOD
in all sires. Prompt delivery Phone
1855. HILLMAN FUEL CO. 14-d9tf
BEST GRADE OF 16 INCH AND 4 FOOT
wood at reasonable price. Rt. 3. Box
FOR DRY WOOD CALL C. D. QUERY,
BEST GRADE OF WOOD
4 ft. and 16 inch green mill wood
Dry mil", wood
Dry second growth fir
Dry old fir.
16 inch- BLOCK mill wood is the best
fuel to save your dry wood. Prompt
delivery snd reasonable price. Fred
E. Wells, 280 S. Church, Phoaa 1542.
FOR OOODWOOD PHONE 1879W
WRITE IV FOR PRICES ON WOOD If.
Kuenri. Silverlon d14
1 1, .-. OO state of Oregon, Ore
gon District Interest ItoinJ
Sealed bids will.be received by
the State; of Oregon, at the office
of the state treasurer, Salem, Ore
gon, up to 11 o'clock, a. in., on
December 12. 192.1, for $41,
520.00 Oregon District Inter est
Bonds, dated December 1. 19 23,
and in denominations to suit the
purchaser of $1000 and $500. in
terest payable Kemt-annually.
These bonds will mature Jan. 1,
Principal and interest payable
In gold coin of the United States
of America of the present vakte in
weight and fineness at the office
of the State Treasurer at Salem.
Oregon, or at t bo fiscal agency
of the State of Oregon in New
York City. The bonds will b?
furnished byLtho. State Treasurer.
Uouds will be sold to tuo bidder
Finest 20 acre poultry farm near
Salem. Good buildings. I. i it h t and
water svsrem Fi.cd to house 2000
bens. Owner away: must sell .f.'.'ot);
easy terms Se C11LLDS A BECHTEU
540 State St S-dl3tf
offering to take the bonds at the
lowest rate of interest for then
par value of $41,520.00. None oJ
the bonds will be sold for less thai
par with accrued interest. Eacl
bid should name the rate of inter
est the bidder is willing to accept
on the bonds at par. All bids must
be accompanied by a certified
check payable to O. P. Hoff, State
Treasurer, for five per cent (5f)
of the amount of each bid, which
check will be forfeited to the State
of Oregon in case the successful
bidder fails to complete his pur
chase. The State Treasurer re
serves the right to reject any and
Said bonds are sold pursuant
to the authority of Article XI-B of
the Constitution of the State of
Oregon, and the State Treasurer
will furnish the opinion of Teal,
Winfree, Johnson & McCulloch as
Dated at Salem, Oregon, De
cember 6. 1923.
O. P. HOFF,
d-8-9-11-12-13. State Treasurer.
$105,000,000 ROAD BONDS OP
MARION COUNTY. OREGON
Sealed proposals will be receiv
ed by the County Court of Marion
County, Oregon, at the Court
House, in Salec: in said county
until December 29. 1923, at the
hour of one o'clock P. M. of sa'.d
day. for the purchase of $105,
000.00 Permanent Road Bonds of
Marion County, Oregon, part of an
issue of $850,000.00 authorized at
an election held June 2, 1919. The
bonds now offered for sale shall
be dated July 15, 1920; $20,000.00
thereof shall mature July 15,
1932. and $S5.000.00 thereof shall
mature July 15, 1933, and shall
be in denominations of $50.00 or
multiples thereof up to the sum of
$1,000.00. to suit the purchaser,
and shall bear interest at the rate
of five and one-half (54 ? ) per
cent, per annum, payable semi-annually.
All bidders are required to en
close with their bid a certified
check payable to the order of Mar
ion County, Oregon, and drawn
upon an incorporated bank or
trust company to the amount of
two per cent, of the par value of
the bonds bid for, and the check
of the successful bidder will be
applied by the County in part pay
ment of the purchase price or to
secure the county against loss re
sulting from the failure of the bid
der to comply with the terms of
the Did submitted. No bid will be
received for a price of less than
par aad accrued interest and the
bonds will be sold to the highest
bidder. The County Court re
serves the right to reject any and
all bids. The proposals should be
addressed to XT, G. Boyer, County
Clerk, Salem, Marion County Ore
gon, and marked "Proposals for
Road Bonds." The successful bid
ders will be furnished with the
opinion of Messrs. Storey. Thorn
dike. Palmer & Dodge, of Boston.
Massachusetts, that the bonds are
a valid obligation of Marion Coun
By order of the County Court.
U. O. BOYER, Clerk.
Nov. 29-Dec. 6-13-20.
In the Circuit Court of the State
of Orgon for the County of
Marion Department No. 2.
II. E. Kuenzll,
Jane Brumbaugh and John
Doe Brumbaugh, her hus
band; A. Welch and Mrs.
A. Welch, his wife; Oregon
Electric Railway Company,
a corporation; the unknown
heirs of Matilda C. Penter.
deceased: also, all other
persons or parties unknown
claiming any right, title,
interest. Hen or estate
in, on or to the real estate
descirbed in the complaint
To Jane Brumbaugh. John
Brumbaugh, A. Welch, Mrs. A.
Welch, the unknown heirs of
Matilda C. Penter, deceased; al
so, all other persons or parties
unknown claiming any right,
title, interest, lien or estate in.
on or tt the real estate described
in th! complaint herein, de
fendants. In the name of tho State of Ore
gon You and each of you are here
by required to appear and answer
the complaint filed against you in
the above entitled court and cause
on or before six -weeks from the
date of the first publication of
this summons, and if you fail so to
answer, for want thereof, the
plaintiff will apply to the court
for the relief prayed fur in his
complaint, namely, that you. and
each of you, be required to set
forth the nature and exfut of
your interest or cst3te in or claim
upon the following dcs
Lots 1. 2. 3, II.. 12, 13 and 14
of blo-k 1 in Brooks Addition to
the City of Salem, in Marion coun
Also J lie following: Beginning
at a point 15. GS chains norlh 9
degrees 30 minutes west and 2 2.
613 chains south from the norlh
east corner of the donation land
claim of Samuel Tenter and, wile.
In township 7 south range 3 west
of the Willamette meridian. In
Marion county, Oregon, said be
ginning point being on the east
line of Cherry avenue, in the City
of Salem, Oregon; thence running
south 89 degrees 30 minutes east
7.03 chains parallel to the north
line of the s3id Samuel renter
claim: thence south 5.33 chains,
parallel to the east line of Cherry
avenue; thence north S9 degrees
30 minutes west 7.05 chains, par
allel to the north line of the Sam
uel Penter claim, to the east line
of Cherry avenue; thence north
5.33 chains, to the place of be
ginning, and containing 3.76 acres
That the adverse claims of each
and every of the above named de
fendants be determined by the
above named court and that the
right of possession and the title
to said real property be forever
quieted by a decree of this court;
and that by said decree, it be or
dered, adjudge and decreed that
plaintiff is the sole, legal and equi
table owner of the above escribed
real property, and every part
thereof: that none of the defend
ants above named or referred to
has any estate, right, title or in
terest whatever, in law or in
equity, in or to said real property,
or any part thereof, and that each
of said defendants bc forever en
joined and debarred from assert
ing any claim, interest or estate in
or to said real property, or any
part thereof, adverse to plaintiff
and that plaintiff have such other
relief as may be equitable.
This summons is served upon
you by publication in the Oregon
Statesman, by order of Hon. Geo.
G. Bingham, judge of the above
named court, the date of such or
der being November 13, 1923. The
first publication of this summons
will be November 15, 1923, and
the last publication will be De
cember 28. 1923.
J AS. G. IIELTZEL.
Attorney for Plaintiff.
Postoffice address and place of
residence: Salem. Oregon.
'Nov. 1 5-22-29; Dec. 6-13-20-27
MINNEAPOLIS. Dec. 12
Wheat, cash No. 1 northern $1.11
g $1.13; No. 1 dark northern
spring: Choice to fancy $1.18
$1.23; good to choice $1.14
$1.17 ordinary to good $1.12
$1.14: December $1.09; May
1.12v ; July $1.14i,i.
L.IERPOOL. Dec. 12. Close.
Wheat to Vi pence lower: De
cember 8s, lid; March 8s, 7d;
May 8s, 6 d.
BUENOS AIRES. Dec. 12.
Opening: Wheat 1 cent higher;
December $1.024; February 98
cents. j . j. J fitt
PORTLAND. Dec. 12. Grain
futures. wheat. bluestem and
baart. soft white, western white
December, January. $1.02; hard
winter northern spring red west
ern December, January 98 cents.
FOLEY PILLS imiX; ltKI.IEF
"FOLEY PILLS are the best I
have tried. My kidneys work a lot
better since I received your gen
erous offer," writes John W. Bro
gan, Adams, Mass. FOLEY
PILLS are a diuretic stimulant for
the KIDNEYS and while being ta
ken close attention should be paid
to the diet. Avoid sweets, pastry,
starchy food, alcoholic drinks, tea
and coffee. Drink plenty of good
fresh water, and keep the body
warmly clothed. Refuse substi
tutes. Sold everywhere. Adv.
TIES UP MILLIONS.
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Collectors of American
ports and merchants are wor
ried over the ruling" of Comptroller-General
that he cannot approve pay
ments made by collectors on
drawbacks without having all
the original papers which
he cannot obtain bearing on
importations and cxporta
tions. The Comptroller
General's quarrel with the
customs service ot the Treas
ury has tied up millions of
dollars due merchants who
carry on both an importing .
and nportiwg business.i
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Of Reliable Business
SALEM ACMBULANCE SERVICE
Phone 666; 173 8. Liberty. Day and
FREEMAN & 8TRUBLE, REGISTERED
Architects, 510 Bank of Commerce
BATTERY AND ELECTRICIAN
PRFBTO-L1TE BATTERY SERVICE
Station. Expert battery and electrical
work. Ferris Bros., Phono 1803, 418
R. D. BARTON EXIDE BATTERIES
starter and generator work; 171 South
BICYCLES AND REPAIRING
LLOYD E. RAMSDEN DAYTON BICY-
cleg and repairing; 387 Court.
BIRDS, FLOWERS AND PETS
FLAKE'S PETLAND. BIRDS, FLOWERS
Pets. 273 Btate tf.
CARPET AND RUG WEAVING
6ALEM CARPET CLEANING AND
Fluff Rug Works Rag and fluff ruga
woven any aize without seams. New
mattresses made to order. Old mat
tresses remade. Feathera renovated. I
buy alt kinds of old carpets for fluff
rugs 13Vi and Wilbur atreets. Phone
115 4. Otto F. Zwicker. Prop.
FOR CEMENT WORK CALL AT 48.
N. Summer street. Phone 674-J.
CHIMNEY SWEEPING FURNACE
cleaning. F. Councilman. Ray L. Farm
er Hardware company.
R L. T. DICK CURES ANY KNOWN
disease 153 B. High St. Phone 283.
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PR. S. r. SOOTT, GRADUATE NA
t vdiI University Sciences, Chicago.
Masonic Temple. Phone 640.
IrRS. SCOTT & SCHOFIELD. P. S. O.
Chiropractors, 414-19 U. S. Bank Bldg.
Phone 87; res. 828-R.
DR. REDMOND, 328 OREGON BLDG.,
CLEANERS AND DYERS
SALEM CLEANERS AND DYERS-
Suits cleaned and pressed. $1.50.
Snita sponged and pressed, 50c.
1'JIS S. Com. Phone 1S68
. smm r-m -.Tn-r-
CIVIL. CONSULTING, CONSTRUCTION
Constructing Engineer. Surveys, esti
mates. Jno. H. Neef, 319 Oregon
Bldg. Phone 775.
DRESSMAKING AND DESIGNING.
Carrie Fisher, McCornack Bldg., over
PRINTED CARDS SIZE 14" BY
wording "Dressmaking"; prico 10
cent each. Statesman Baalnou Office
WM. NEIMEYER -'JUST DRUGS,'
175 N. Commercial. Phon 167.
SALEM ELECTRIC CO. MASONIC
buiding. Phone 1200.
ELECTRIC FIXTURE AND SUPPLY
- Co. Phone 1934. 222 N. Liberty.
4RCHIE FLEENER, ELECTRICIAN
House wiring by hour or contract. Es
timate furnished. Phono 980. 414
MALIK'S ELECTRIC SHOP ELEO
trical machine repairing, contracting.
337 Court Phono 489.
POULT RYMEN SEND EIGHT TWO
cent stamps for special thrao months'
trial for tho boat and oldeat Journal is
tho waat. Tho article and advertise
mania aro ot special interest to the
poultry breeders ot tho Northwoat.
Northwest Poultry Journal, 211 Com
mercial street. Salem. Oregon.
IP YOU WANT TO GET THE BEST
farm paper, send 15o to tho Pacific
Homestead, Salem. Oregon for a three
months' trial subscription. Mention
No adidtional expense
ANDKRNO.V & RUPERT,
4ul Oregon Building
GOVERNMENT LrtArsS ON FARMS 5
per rent. 303 Salem Bank of Commerce
6 LOANS UNDKU RESERVE SYSTEM
on, city or farm property. Reserve De
posit company, i fourth btrcet, ion
FARM LOANS LESS INTEREST,
longer time, no commiasion. Protects
against adversity. ity loans, lowesi
rates, monthly instalments, prepay
ment privilege. .1. C. Siegtnund, room
2. over l.add sc i;usn ban.
tfiKurinm monev. any amount 6 Dar cent.
for 5. 7. 10 or ao years, with full
prepayment priviiegos entire wiuam
205 Oreron Bidr.. Salem. Oregon
LOANS LOANS LOANS
can make your fsrm or city loans, beat
servii-e g'vcu If you need a loan, see
ma.- and if vou bae money to plsre.
i me I always have taker. G. W.
Laflar. Oreeon bldg.
HAWKINS ROBERTS. CrTT LOANS.
CUT n.OWERS. WEDDING BOUQUETS
funeral wreaths, decorations. O. F.
Br-ithaupt, florist. 133 N. Ldbsrty.
SALEM MORTUARY. FUNERAL DIBXO
tors. 21 0 Tenter. Phone lSeJ
8KAOROVE FOR FURNACES 8IBL!
, n rin!iv 5. 11G5 Ferry St
Ph.,,,. i:,W ?4tf
1RF F"RMTI'KF. CO tt! al.tTY
fiirni'1' for lawa mnhl. ra
PEOPLE'S FtrRNITTTRB STORE NEW
aad second kad furnilir; 7ltN.
and Professional Firms Arranged in Alphabetical
Order for Quick Reference
EATON EATON, practical hatters,
formerly O. B. Ellsworth estabiiaamenl
First class hat work of all kinda. 291
HEMSTITCHING. STAMPIXO. PLEAT-
ing. Tho Petiro Shop, Room 3. over
SALEM. ELITE H KM ST If ' I NG
pleating, buttons, stamping at. Medio
work; 328 Oregon bldg. . Ph.d 878.
MRS. 0. E. MIIXER HEMSTITCHING
stamping, buttons Room 10, over Mil
lor' a store." Phone 117.
JUNK WE PAY FULL VALUE FOR
any kind of stoves, furniture, metal,
?a per and junk? Willamette Bargain
louse,' 975 North Commercial. Phone
D. H. MOSHER TAlLOB FOB KEN
and women. 474 Court St.
SALEM LAUNDRY COMPANY, S10 8.
Liberty atreet. Phone 25. Oldeat
largest beat. Established 1889.
CAPITAL CITY STEAM LAUNDRY
Quality work;, prompt service; 12S4
Broalwav Phone 165.
Court Street Christian church Mater
nity home. 18 State. Open Deemb-r
10, phone b'il. ; o-iiti
MOUNTAIN BALM OOUGH REMEDY
A COURSE IN BUSINESS PIANO
playing. Popular syncopated standard
music. Seml-elaaslci and ballads; 12
lessons. Waterman Piaao School. Mo
Cornaek Bldg. ' -
SHERMAN, .CLAY CO., PIANOS
Steinways, Duo-Art sad others. Moore's
Musie House, 415 Court atreet;
GEO. 0. WILL PIANOS, PHONO
graphs, sewing machines, sheet mnsie,
and piano studies. Repairing phono
graphs and 'sewing machines; - 433
TRADE YOUR OLD PIANO FOB A NEW
Victor or Bmnswick. H. L. Stiff Farai
tnre Co.. Mnaie Dept. . '
DR. A. SLAUGHTER ACUTE AND
chronic disease; 13 Oregon Bldg.
FOR PRACTICAL. NURSE - PHONE
FRUIT. NUT AND SHADE TREES
Pearcy Bro 287 State.-
COMPLETE LINE TREES SMALL
fruits, ornamentals. Capital City
eery Co.. 428 Oregon Bide.. Paone 74.
GLASSES FITTED BY THE BOW OP
ticsl Oo 825 State street, opposite
Ladd . Bush Bank. "Use Quality
MORRIS OPTICAL COMPANY H 0RI
gon Bldr. Room a 801 to 804 - 1
PAPERHANOIKa AND FAINTING
PHONE GLENN ADAMS FOR HOUSE
decorating, paper Banging, tinting, ett.
TEN CENT KALSOMININE IN BEAUTI
ful eolors; $1 doea a room. Max O.
' Bursn, 179 N. Commercial.
PHYSICIAN OF PHYSIOTHERAPHY
DR. . JACKSON. DOCTOR OF PHY8I
othorapy, treats all ailments, women's
troubles especially. 265 N. Commercial
setreet Phone 1091.'
EDWARD WELP EXPERIENCED Pi
ano tuner. Leave orders Will's Maai'
PLUMBING REPAIRING - AND COIL
work. Phon 13J7 J. Shop 12T Union
atreet. A. L. Godfrey.
RADIATORS, FENDERS, ETC.
RADIATORS FENDERS. JBODlES mad
or repaired. J. C. Ba tr, 2" 6 SUte.
SOOS SCAVENGER SERVICE CESS
, pools cleaned and dead animals removed
Gsrbage, and refuse of slj kinds remov
ed by -the month. Rcssnnable rates
Fhone-s: tMfice 539; residence 2038.
SALEM SCAVENGERS GARBAGE
I refuse of all kinda removed. Cecpools
Cleaned Phnna 167 or 1007J '
SECOND HAND GOODS
SALEM BARGAIN HOUSE BUYS AMI
sella second hand furniture, tool and
Junk; 320 N. Commercial. Phono 492
WANTED EVERYTHING IN CLOTH
ing and ehoea. Beat pricee paid. Cap
Hal Exchange; 842 North Commereis
Phone 1368 W.
STOVES AND STOVE REPAIRING
STOVES REBUILT. AND REPAIRED
40 yeare' experience. Depot National
fonco. sues 26 to 28 in: high. PainU.
oils and varnishes, ete.. Ingsnbsrry and
hop hooks. Sslem Fence and Stov
Wrrha 1n CV-r ,tnwt Phone 194
WE MOV?, STOKE AND SHIP HOUSE
bold goods. Our specialty ia piano ant
furniture movine. We also make conn
try trips We bsndl the beat coal ant.
wood. Call on ua. for pricee. W giv
good, measure, good quality nd goor
service. 1,rm-r Transfer Co. Phone 98(
CAPITAL CITY TRANSFER CO 22
State St. Phone 933. Diatribating. for
- warjipf aad storage onr specialty. Get
our ratea? "
TP ANSrORTATIOtt '
iTSTR f. f'T;M! B' . LINE
Central Sia?n 'T-rm mat.' Snl"-u. Oregon
. KAI.r.M EUGENE
I.eates Sa'em 7:15 a. in.; 9:1,5 s. m. ;
It IV a nr 1:15 p. m 3:lSi p. -to ;
:ii y. a. ; 7 ;o y. m.t lAataUt wj.
- -; ; :
1 ' Pa.
PARKER'S STAGE LINES
J. W. Parker, General Manager
Central Stato Terminal Salem, Oregon.
' -Leaves Salem, Central State Terminal:
7 a. ra. ; 11 a. m.; 6 p. m.
Leaves Silvrrtoa Newa Stand:
A a. m.; 1 p. m. ; A p. ft.
Salem-Independence-Monmouth Di vision :
Leaves Salem, Central Stage Terminal;
7 a. m.; 9 a. tn. ; 11:10 a. m ; 3:10 t. n
5:10 p. m.
Leaves Monmouth, Monmouth Hotel:
8:15 a. m.; 1 p. m ; 6:15 p. m.
- Leaves Independence, Braver Hotel:
8:30 a. m.: 9:50 a. m.; 1:15 p. t
4 o m S-30 ii. m.
Leaves Central Stage Terminal, Salem
for Dallas at :
7 a. m.: 11:10 a. m.; 0:1 p. -at
Leaves Gail Hotel, Dallas, at
8 a. m.; 1 p. m ; 6:15 p. nv
We make connections at Salem to aB
parte of the valley. Extra trije by ap
pointment. 3. W. PARKER. General Manager. .
FRED W. LANGE, VETERINARIAN.
Office 220 South Liberty. Phono U
Res phone 1948J. m9
SALEM WATER, LIGHT P0WEB OO
Office, 801 South Commercial St, Tat
' -per eent f discount oa domeetle flat
rate paid la advance. No dadactlonv''
. for abaonc er any oaaae aalass vatot
Is mhmi ft vmtv vrnta I
I SALEM MARKETS
GRAIN aJTO 3AT
No. 2 wheat 4-4.- 00o
No. 3 red wheat, aacked i-.i.VOs
Oata : 4S iQ 4
Cheat hay SIS r3l
Oat bay ,
fl3 ?Ji 111
812 fl 8H
Clover ha, baled
Priea n no tA aro waolaaale and a I
prices received by farmer. No retal
pricee are given, etcept as noted :
EGGS. BUTTER, BUTTZRFAT
Creamery butter 49 4 W
Butterfat delivered . ...50
Milk, per cwt f-4l
t'gXs. , selects
Heavy Springs -.
Medium and light hens
PORK. MUTTON AND BEEF
Hogs, top. 150 225 lgs cwt IM0
Hoga, "P. 223-273, cwt 16 50
Hog, top. 275-300, ewt..1.50 Q 18.00-
Liicht sows, cwt .... 5.0
Rough Leavy - 4
Top veal, dressed 814
Cows 2V4 & 04o.
Top lambs 10c.
Heavr lamb 74 &
Iong Sentence for Canielo ,
COQUILLE, Dec. 11. Menelo
Camelo, whose House of Moon
shine formeriyxdwelt along the'
highway, is destined for a year's
sentence behind the bars of Salem
prison, following judgment passed
on him here today by Judge John
C. Kendall, after he pleaded guilty
to the charge of carrying a dan
gerous weapon while selling in
Camelo was granted a 30-daj
stay of execution to wind up his
affairs. lie has several Justice
court sentences and fines from
Marshfieid previously on " the
charge, having been found guilty
three times on the sale and pos
session charge. 1
HELP WASH OUT
If i Your Hack Hurts or Bladder
r' BothrTs You, lWglu
.When your kidneys hurt and
your back feels sore don't, get
scared and proceed to load your
stomach with a lot of lrugs that
excite the kidneys and Irritate the
entire urinary tract. Keep your
kidneys clean like you keep your
bowels clean, by flushing them
with a mild, harmless salts which
helps to remove the body's uri
nous waste and stimulates them to
their normal activity. The func
tion of the kidneys is to filter the
blood. In 24 hours they strain
from it 500 grains of acid and
waste, so we can readily under
stand the vital importance of keep
ing the kidneys active.
Drink lots pf good water you
can't drink too much: also get
from any pharmacist about four
ounces of Jad Salts; take a table
sjioonful in a glass of water be
fore breakfast each morning for
a few days and your kidneys may
then, act fine. This famous saltt
is made from the acid of grapes
and lemon juice, combined whit
lithia. and has been used for years
to help clean and stimulate clog
ged kidneys: also to neutralize
the acids in the system o they
are no lontror a source of Irrita
tion, thus often relieving bladder
hid Salts is Inexpensive; can
nut injure; make a delightful
effervescent lithia-water drink,
which everyone should take now
and then to help keep their kld
neya '..-in and active. Try this;
also keep up the w:tt r dr'nking.
and no doubt you will wonder
what' became of , your kidney
trouble and backache. Hy all
mean have your physician ex
amine your kldueys at least ttrlco
DRINK WATER TO