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QlMSSIFI ED AOS-Commufiity Offerings and Wants
She 0wgon Stafcomatt
Phone 23 Advertising Dept.
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On week (lis insertion)
Sis month' contract per mo
12 month' contract, uer mo..
Minimum for any advertisement 25o
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FIRE INSURANCE SOCIETY
W.' II. Burgbardt. Jr.
Beeident Agent 371 BUU St.
Money To Loan
On Seal Estate
T. K. FORD
(Over Ladd Bosh Bank)
AUTOMOBILES Repairing la
W HEN OTHERS; KAIL COME TO US
There are none of the job too hard.
Jack. Doerter ..Motor Repair, 410 S.
AUTOMOBILES. Tops lb
pi THE .BEST AUTO TOPS IS SA
lem coma to unua Tod shot). 2f
Stat St.i Ibfl2
FOR SALE Livestock 4a
TWO COWS OXE
be fresh soon, 7"
1 North Commercial.
OXE 4GAI.LOX COW, 4 YEARS. $65
One 3-gallon J.rsev, high test, $50.
Must soil. Ht. 4. I!x. 14. 4a-fl2
WEt.l. BOUGHT UT.AI. ESTATE IS AN
INVESTMENT WITH INCREASING
7room house, lot 75 Iv ISO. There
are many Cne fruit trees, paed rnl. I
close to school, fine location. Cer
tainly a bargain at $1200.
Broom modern bungalow, just off
Capilol street, conld not be r-placed
for less than $7000; pood reason for
selling. Only $5250 terniH.
Here is a fine buy 5-roin bungalow,
basement, garag . wonderful v.cw.
Surely a snap at $3400; easy t' rms.
Think about this buy 4 room bun
galow, breakfast nook, ba.'einent. Only
$2t)00; you may name your owu terms.
A 4 room bungalow, basement, fine
view. Think $2100; easy terms.
A new 4-rooin bungalow, bus -merit,
furnace, garage, for $2500.
For $3150 you ran get a 3-room bun
galow with sarage, on paved street,
Always money to loan on real estate.
If it is a house, farm, lot, or a
trade, nee me.
RICH I.. REIMA.VX,
Office IMi. lOlt. Rs Ph. 720R.
308 Oregon Bids. 8 flOtf
FOR SALE WEANED
TWO GOOD YOUNG FRESH JERSEY
cowa heavy milkers. Oae mile eat of
Turner. Osborn ranch. 4a-fl2
SEVEN GOOD MILK COWS, FRESH
and coming fresh, for sale. W. C.
Soderman, Jeffirson, Ore. Rt. 1, Sa
lem. I'hone 49F23. 4a flOtf
FOR RENT Apartment 2a
FURNISHED APARTMENT. TWO OR
three rooms, fin and $25. Also ga
rage, $4 month. 1132 Center. Phone
1849. ' ! 2a-fl4
TWO ROOM. FURNISHED APARTMENT,
first floor, close in. Phons 9SF5.
I 2a f!3
TO QUIET ADULTS ONLY- FLRNISK-
ea apartment, ; xirsc iioar, fiv. i-ji.u.
4 BOOM FURBISHED APARTMENT,
with private bath, close in. Call at 203
Oregon kldf. 2a flOtf
15 NORTH COMMERCIAL St.
I have Apartments for rent. Sea ma at
orer People Cash store.
HORSES. TEAM OF MARES, G YEARS
old; this spring: weight 1100 lbs.;
aonnd, gntle, well broken; best learn
of its weight in Marion county. Phone
34F22, Philip Gilbert, Liberty district
VKKD CARS FOR SALE
Mil) WINTER BARGAINS
Buy your uted car now, during the
alack season. Yon have better stock
to pick from aud the low-.st prices
Podge touring $...io
Chevrolet touring. 5 mo. old 4.u ;
Maxwell touring, original tires, looks
really new uou I
Ford touring, recondition, late model
with starter - -00 i
Chevrolet toiiriic, irotor and rear !
end overhaul d 210
Studeiiakcr Dig Six, in perfect cou-
dit.on - 800 I
Never before were used cars in sucn
good shape, offered for sale in the city
of Salem at such low pric s.
CERTIFIED PUBLIC MOTOR CAR
225 X. Church. Phone B85 11 fCtf
CLASSIFIED BUSINESS DIRECTORY
OX Reliable Business and Professional'Firms Arranged in Alphabetical
Order for Quick Reference
FREEMAN & STRl'BLK, REGISTERED
Architects, 51U Bank of Commerce
DO YOU PAY RENT! IF SO YOU CAN
own your home. We have six new
homes" for sale like r ut. Come in. Im
BECK E & HENDRICKS
U. S. Bank Bldg. 8 fl2
ARE YOU RENTING A SMALL HOUSE?
You don't have to. We have many
homes for sale like rr-ut. Today we
have six brand new small houses of
three to six rooms that $200 to $300
down will take. Immediate possession.
Every one has plaster, bath and hot
water. Becke ic H ndricks, U. S.
Bank bldg. flOtf
HELP, WANTED Female 5b
WANTED AN EXPERIENCED GIRL
for general houswork. References. In
quire 290 X. Front St. Sb-fll
5-ROOM FLAT FOR RENT VERY
close in, at 064 Ferry; furnace, gas,
etc, $43, furnished, or would rent un
furnished. Vacant today. Becke &
Hendricks, U. S. Bank bldg. 8-flOtf
WANTED WOMAN COOK AT OREGON
State Tuberculosis hospital. Address
Rt. 5, Box 28 or call in person. 5h-fl2
HELP WANTED Male 5c
8ELL MADISON "BETTER- MADE"
SHIRTS direct from our factory to
wearer. No capital or experience re
quired. Easily sold. Big profits. Write
for FREE SAMPLES. MADISON
MILLS. SOS Broadway. New York.
NEW APARTMENT WITH AIX MOD-
ra ronjveniences. For inspection or res
ervations call Patton Book Store.
FOR KENT APARTMENTS,
7 ROOM BUNGALOW FOR RENT S85
S. Libh-rty. Phone 1723W. 2b-F17
1 12.30 (RENT NEW HOUSE, GARDE.V,
electric light nd fine well Wallace
road. I Call 1817J. ' 2b f 12
HOME IN COUNTRY. LIGHTS, HOT
and epld water, garage, chicken house,
cardeh epnee. 104F23 2b-flt
FOR RENT Rooms'
BOARD) ANI ROOM WITH HOME AD-
at'gor Phone 19424. 2e-fl7
OFriCp ROOMS TOR KENT IN BUSH
Brevman block, hot water heat. In-
uir room 22, Breyman black. 2e-f 12tf
! I i
MODERN FURNISHED ROOM -team
heat. Hot and cold water. 218 N. Lib
erty. Orer Brewer' Drug Mora. Phono
0 KENT APARTMENTS AND
i . i t .....J Vlil U KT
HELP WANTED Bliscellaneous 5d
WANTED MEN AND WOMEN TO
take farm paper anbtcriptions. A food
proposition to the right people. Ad
dree the Pacific Hoaaaataad, buteama
H!dt. Salem. Or.
USED CARS AT I'llICES 1 MAT WILL
11924 License on ASS
Baby Grand Clievro.et
Overland 90 -
Hahv Grand Chevrolet ...
Essex touring 4j.i o
Dodge touring - j!'3.00
Manv Others for a to select from.
Come in and look them over. We give
F. W. PETTYJOHN CO
219 N. Commercial St., Salem, Oregon.
G. 8 ATT KR LEE
Room 15. Itreyman Block
l'ho 4S4 or 121 1.1
PEOPLE'S FURNITURE STORE NEW CENTRAL
and tecond hand furniture; 271 N. Central
HEMST1TCMNO. STAMPING, PLEAT
ine. The Petite Shop. Room 5, over
WILLAMETTE JUNK CO.
Metal, rags, pap. r. Auto wrecking.
Repairing. Parts for all cars 50 to 75
cnt off list price. 9u N. Com l.
BATTERY AND ELECTRICIAN
PRESTO LITE BATTERY SERVICE
Station. Expert battery and ebctrical
work. Fern Bros., Phone 1803, 418
r?!5.00 iR. D. BARTON EXIDE BATTERIES
tarter and generator worn;, ill count
WANTED Miscellaneous 13
FARM FOR RENT
A-l, all improved farm, just outside
of Woodburn; silo, fruit, good build
ings Write Ilox 584, Klamath Falls.
OCR SECOND HAND DEPARTMENT
offers many bargains. Wt buy, sell, or
trade anything in furniture. See our
b.iseiu?nt. II L Stiff Co. 0-fl:J
Best Buys and
24 acres, 10 romm:reial fruit in bf-ar-Inr
Imli nee in crraiii. 7 room house
barn, earaze. sh-ds. 1 '.4 miles out tte
Garden road, the best of location.
$7500; $3000 cash, 'balance 3 to f
5 acres, modern bungalow, in city,
exchange for 0 to 120 acres.
5 room modern bungalow, full base
ment, very close in. $3150 $600 cash,
balance n5 monthly.
341 State St. 8 fDtf
5 ROOM MODERN BUNGALOW, $2730
easy terms. For sale six room house
on paved street and car line. $2000;
will take lots up to $S00; balance easy
terms. Four room house corner lot,
$2500; easy terms. Modm five room
bnngalow, close in. $1200. Eight room
bungalow a swell home, $8000. Choice
lot 80x163, five blocks out, $3000.
1000 acre ranch near Dallas, price
ricrkt! will trade for California, rour
room lieus-, $850; easy terms.
Wood, 341 State St.
MONEY WANTED WILL ASSIGN V
interes' in a valuable invention to pa,rt
Ti-tm will riatent same. Cot about
$100. .'t'Jo X. 2:trd St.
BICYCLES AND REPAIRING
LLOYD E. RAMSDEN DAYTOX BICY
cles and repairing; 387 Court.
BIRDS, FLOWERS AND PETS
FLAKE S PETLAND, BIRDS, FLOWERS
Pets. 273 State.
SALEM ELITE H E M S T I T C H I NG
pleating, buttons, stamping and needle
wark; ;!28 Oregon bldg. Phone 379
MRS C. E. MILLER HEMSTITCHING
stamping, button, uoom iu, over ant
ler's store. Phone 117. ,
DR. L. G. ALTMAX, HOMEOPATIHST.
l)pes a general practice. Treats Goiter,
trail Stones, and Dropsy, arising from
diseases of heart, liver or kidney
without operation. Oft'ice and resi
dence, 290 N. Liberty St., Salem. Or.
MOTOR BUS LINE
bug' Terminal, Salem, Oregon
Leaves Salem 7:15 a. m.; 9:15 a. m
11:15 a ra .: 1:15 t. m .: 3:15 p. ra .;
5:13 p. m. 7:30 p. m.; to Corvallia only.
FRKD W. LAXGE, VETERINARIAN
Office 220 South Liberty. Phone 1191
1?... lVw... M 1O.40T mQ
SALEM YATF.R. LIGHT POWER CO
Office, 801 South Commercial St. Te
per cent discount on domestic flat
rates paid in advance. No deduction!
for absence or any cause nnless watei
is shut off your premise.
D. H. MOSHER TAILOR
and women, 4 74 Court St.
It fl t'
WANTED HOARDERS. FAMILY PRIV
ileges, $8 per w ek. Phons VI,-,.,
WANTED Fill WOOD HAULED FROM
Sidnev to Salem. Carl Abrams, 21. S.
Com 1 st. Phone 100. 13 flOtf
CARPET AND BUG WEAVING
SALEM LAUNDRY COMPANY. 318 8.
Liberty street. Phone 25. oldest
largest best. Established 1880.
CAPITAL CITY STEAM LAUNDRY
Quality work; prompt service; 1264
Broadway. Phone 165. -
SALEM CARPET CLEANING AND, C0URT STREET CHRISTIAN CHURCH
Fluff Rug Works Rag and fluff ru?s
woven anr sire without stams. New
mattresses made to order. Old mat
tresses remade. Feathers renovated. 1
buy all kind of old carpet for fluff
rug. 13'fc and Wilbur streets. I'hone
1154. Otto F.i'Zwicker. Prop.
Maternity Home and Rest
1899 St .te. Phone 527.
It. I. RED COCKERELS. EXCELLENT
train, for sale. Phone 1877W, or ctl!
at 805 N. lGtlt. 7a-fl3
THE AVERAGE HEN DOES NOT PAY
a profit. Purebred hens bred to lay
; pay big profits, and have made hun
dred of poultry men wealthy. Four
teen trios of world champion pure
bred chicken will be given free to am
bition men, women, boya and girls.
Send name and address and full infor
mation will be mailed. Purebred
Chicken Editor, Northwest Poultry Jour
nal, Salem, Oregon. Dep't. A. 7a-j30tt
PRINTED CARDS. SIZE 14" BY 1"
wording "Famished Room," price 10
eents eaeh.j Statesman Busines Office-.
FOR SALE Miscellaneous 4
MAYTAO ELECTRIC WASHER LIKE
new, IT75; Call walker at nw or io
8.1 23rd St, 4il2
SALE DRY SECONIA GROWTH fir
4 ft. for intuit diato delivery.
THREE ' MeCLANAHAN
Cheap. Phone L1HF2.-
FOR 8ALK-44-TUBE RADIO SET. OB
will trada- lor typewriter. Phone
1806R. f " 4-113
TWO OVERSTUFFED ROCKERS. ONE
rug, one talking machine and records,
(heap. Call 1185J mornings. 4-fl3"
IjiCTBATOriS 3 USED INCUBATORS,
perfect condition. . 120 and 180 egg
is. Your choice $8 each. H. L. -Stiff
Furniture Co. 4 f 13
rhode Island red eggs for
hatching, 50e per doxtn. D. A. Har
ria. Phone 26F2. f 13
Yard Inear Anburn hall. East Sa
lem. Fruit and nut trees, small fruits,
ete. Choice rose bnshes. shrubs, and
vine. HhIumI nrices in all lines.
Phone 111F3. Howard Jones. 4-f9tf
REAL ESTATE City
WANTED TO RENT. WITH PR1VI
lege of buying, small rise-, close to
ralem; must be good location an l gooil
house. Address 2 12 3, care .Sfcites-nai:
100 S"1X)CK HOGS. PHONE
WOOD FOR SALE
WELL SEASONED WOOD, of
Phone 42F11. S. J. Y'atts.
BR. L. T. DICK CURES ANY KNOWN
disease. 153 S. High St.. Phone 283.
DR. S. F. SCOTT, GRADUATE XA
tional University Sciences, Chicago.
M ason ic Temple. Phone 040.
DO YOU WANT GOOD WOOD AT REAS
.H! nrices! Then call 1379W for
ash, old or second growth
WE NEED MORE LISTINGS ON ME
dium priced town properties. Have a
number of applications on band. Come
in and ar us. The Fleming Realty
Co., 341 State at. 8-f3tf
PRINTED CARDS, SIZE 11" BY 7'
wording, "Ronraa to Rent." price 10
eents each. Statesman Busines Of
fice. Ground Floor.
FOR SALE A GOOD TEN ROOM houo
auitable for apartments. 5 blocks from
busines center. Call owner for term.
Phono 2022J. 8 j22tf
OAK, ALSO SECOND GROWTH 4 ft
$7.30 cord. We do hauling of all
kinds. Insured carrier. Phone lS'FS
M D. Mayficld. 14j2jtf
FOR DRY WOOD CALL 0.
DR3. SCOTT k SCOFIELD, P. S, C.
Chiropractors, 414 19 U. S. Bank Bldg.
Phone 87; res. 828-R.
MOUNTAIN vALM COUGH REMEDY
A COURSE IN BUSINESS PIANO
playing.' Popular syncopated standard
music. Semi-cl-ssic and ballad 12
lessons. . Waterman Piano School, Mc
SHERMAN. CLAY A CO.. PIAXOS
Ktemwavs. Duo-Art and others. Moore'
Music House, 415 Court Street.
CLEANERS AND DYERS
SALEM CLEANERS AND DYERS
Suits cleaned and pressed, $1.50.
Suits sponged and pressed, 50c.
1213 S. Com. Phone 1868
GEO. C. WILL PIANOS, FHONO
graphs, sewmg machines, sheet fausic,
mtiA Ti'mnn indies. itnairin? phono
mnhs and sewing machines; 432
State street, Salem.
TRADE YOUR OLD PIANO FOR A NEW
Victor or BrunswicK. n. t. Mm x urnt
ture Co.. Music Dept.
WHEAT TAKES BIG
DROP IU PRICE'
Profit Taking and Sympathy
With Corn Causes Drop
in Market Price
BEST GRADE OF WOOD
4 ft. nd 16 inch green mill wood
Dry mill wood
Dry aecond growth fir
Dry old fir. ,,..
16 inch BLOCK mill wood ia the bait
fuel to aaTe your dry wood. P"raPJ
delivery and reasonable prie-
E. Walla, 280 8. Church, Phone 1542.
PRINTED CARDS. SIZE 14" BY 7",
wording "For Rnt." price 10 cent
each. Statesman Busines Office, on
REAL ESTATE Trades Ha
tO SHARKS OF CO I X CONTROLLED
locker stock and some cash for cheap
car. Call at 396 N. 2:ird St. 8a-fl4
BEFORE BUYING INVESTIGATE OUR
listing of city or farm property. 8-fll
212 Oregon Bldg.
REAL ESTATE Farms
CIVIL. CONSULTING. CONSTRUCTION
Constructing engineer. Surveys, esti
mates. Jno, H. Neef, 319 Oregon
BHg. I'hone 773.
FOR CEMENT WORK CALL k AT
N. Summer street. Piione G71-J.
DR. A. SLAUGHTER ACUTE AND
chronic diseases; 415 Oregon Bldg.
FOR RENT 5 ROOM MODERN HOUSE
far nut on pavement, $28.
For lease 5 room flat very close in.
Furnish' d or unfurnished. $43.
U. S. Bank Bldg. 8 f 12
GOOD BUYS 1
5 room plastered house and garage,
on paved street, pavement paid $1800.
3 room plastered house $800.
5 rooms large lot, with fruit, $2000.
A good hom on paved street price
$4000. Will trade for small improved
Good 0 room house and barn 4 lota
with some fruit. A good bur for $1650
THOMASOX, 331 4 State St. 8 fl2tf
WINDMILL) AND TANK CHEAP G. A.
Millar, 260 Marion, phone evening.
CLOVER HAY PHONE 1397M. 4 f 13
POTATOES' PHONE 1007J EVENINGS.
POTATOES 1007J. EVENINGS. 4-fl2
OLD FIR, $8.75.
FOR : SALE RHODE
hatching eggs. M. M.
Salem. Phone 81F23.
Ma gee, Route 5,
FOB UPJOHN" 8 GLADIOLUS CATA
lorue, phoae 1700 or addre D. H. Up
john, 964 So. Liberty. Salem. 4f27
1 1 Nursery
' ha a few of Dr. Bean'a Big French
-prone trees left: also walnut and til
J. JT. Mat hi. Rt. 7.1 Salem
Yli SihrertoB highway. Phono 105F5. 4 tf
HAVE YOUR FURNITURE OR AUTO
cleaned 'and polished with "Kwik
ahiao" or will ell you the material to
- de the work yourself. 50c and $1. Will
also clean your wallpaper or shade.
A gent a wanted. P O Box 2",.
Phone liSO. 4-115tf
FOR SALE OLD NEWSPAPERS 10
eeat handle. Circulation, department
Oregon Statesman. ,
FORCED TO SELL
LEAVING CITY MARCH 1.
My modern bungalow, 5 rooms, base
ment, electric lights, bath, built-ms.
Practically new, good location. I like
Salem but I have been transferred to
take charge of a business in another
city. Will sacrifice for $3000; or
with furniture $3100; terms. Mr. bar
gain seeker, let Childs 4 Bechtel, 540
State atrct-t, show you a real snap.
New 5 room plastered bungalow,
lights, bath, paved street, car line.
Owner leaving citv. Price $1800: terms
or $1750 for rash. Childs Bechtel,
5 tO State street. 8-fl2tf
A REAL TRADE
Present own r unable to work ibis
220 aero improved dairy farm and
wishes to trade for 20 to 40 acre farm
and WILL ACCEPT LONG TIME
MORTGAGE FOR DIFFERENCE.
100 A. in cultivation, 45A pasture,
ISA. timber. 8 room house, 3 large
barns, '2 garages, granary, hog sheds,
chicken houses. 30 cattl.-, 2 1 swine. ;
goats, 300 cliicktns. Place all fenced
j springs with runuing water year
rouud. See us for further particu
lar. W. H. CRABENHORST & CO.
273 State St. 9fl2tf
27 acres fruit nuts, berries. ..$6. 500. 00
155 acres dairy and stock $2,300.00
160 acres dairy and stock $l,b00.00
189 acres dairy and stock ...$6,000.00
38 acres vegetable and herrii 7,-00 00
70 acres general farming $4,000.00
A C. BOIIRNSTEDT
147 N. Commercial St., Salem, Or.
Those Who Dabbled in Oil
Now About to Reap Reward
NEW YOItK. - Feb. 11. Mem
bers of a syndicate which acquir
ed 250,000 shares of the Mammoth
Oil company, former in 1922 by
Harry F. Sinclair, to develop Tea
pot Dome, have been called on to
pay more than $3,000,000 of an
unpaid balance of $ 5.000. of0 on
the $7."ii'0.0io purchase price, u
was learned today.
Payment of the assessment, am
ounting to $12.50 a share, it was
said had been refused by a num
ber of syndicate members in view
of the prospective cancellation of
the naval reserve lease upon 'v!irh
the company's assets largely are
When the syndicate bought the
stock for $30 a share, in Novem
ber, 1922. it paid $10 a share
down. The balance was to be
paid as development of the pro
CHERRY CITY CONTRACTING CO.
General contracting and building. Esti
mates gladly furnished. Phone 1867R
or 59F12. '"So'
SPIRELLA CORSETS SOLD B ALICE
FRUIT TREEj, SHRUBS' AND ROSES
Near Auburn ball, Kait Saltan. North
western Nursery. Phone 1F3. m9
451 North 21t. Phone
FRUIT, NUT AND SHADE TREES
Pearcy Bros., 237 State?
THE ADS1TT S
Drt'ssmak ili. rope-stitehmg
N. 12th St.
DRESSM A KING AND DESIGNING
Carrie Fisher, McCoruack lildg., over
PRINTED CARDS SIZE 14" BY 7"
- sordini "Dressmaking"; p r i c 10
cents each. Statesman Business Office
" DRUG STORES
COMPLETE LINE TREES SMALL
fruits, ornamental. Capital City Nur
sery Co.. 42( Oregon Bidg., Phone 7j.
GLASSES FITTED BY THE BOW op
tical Co., 325 Stale stret, opposite
Ladd & Bush Bank., "U.e Quality
Proven Shur ons."
MOKRIS OPTICAL COMPANY ORE-con-
Bldg. Room '30 1 to 304.
PAPERHANGING AND PAINTING
PHONE GLENN ADAMS FOR HOUSE
decorating, paper hanging, tinting, etc
WM. N El MEYER "JUST DRUGS," TEN CF.NT KALSOM1XE IX
173 X. Commercial, rnone toi.
ful colors: 1
does a room,
SALEM ELECTRIC CO. M A S O N I C
building. Phone 1200.
HOWELL PRAIRIE FARM
REAL ESTATE Timber Oa
A good piece of timber, all grub oak,
1 1-4 miles to R. R. swi'ch ; some
tump land; about 40 a. plow land;
email house and barn. Enough wood
to pay for place. Price $8000; $1000
down and $500 per year, 6 per cent.
See J. A. MILLS,
33114 State St.
REAL ESTATE Suburban 10
PAY RENT TO YOURSELF BUY A
strictly modern, honestly built bunga
low on rent paying plan. Immediate
possession. Phone 841; after 6 p. 111..
454-M. 8 f 17
11-ROOM HOUSE. CLOSE IN AND EX
rellent condition: arranged for renting
room. You will like this home and in
vestment. Vacant. B cke & IL nd
ricks, U. S. Bank bldg. 8-flOtf
REAL ESTATE WANTED
Have several buyers for business
property. If you want to sell, please
RICH L. REIMANN,
308 Oregon Bldj. . Phone 1013.
FAIRMOUNT HILL LOTS TWO dandys
for $550 and $1100.
BECKE k HENDRICKS
U. S. Bank Bldg. 10 fl2
10'i-A TRACT, CLOSE IN, ALL IX
cultivation; good buildings, fruit, ber
ries; on paved road. For particulars
call or write owntr, E. B. Perrnif.
FOR QUICK SERVICE AT LOWEST
rates call Red Top Cab. Phone 1900.
Day and night service.
USED CARS FOR SALE 11
COUNTY JAIL FILLED
LIVINGSTON, Mont.. Feb. 11.
The county jail at Livingston
is full to overflowing tonight as
the result of a dry squad raid
conducted in the city today by
Eugene Wert, chief of the state
prohibition enforcement depart
ment. The dry squad working in
cooperation with the city police,
members of the Northern Pacific
special police and representatives
of the county attorney s office
swooped down upon local boot
leggers and w'thiu aVi hour had
served 31 of the 38 search war
rants drawn up and collected fif
teen hundred gallons of liquor.
ELECTRIC FIXTURES A N D SUPPLY
Co. Phone 1934, 222 N. Liberty.
PHYSICIAN OF PHYSIOTHERAPHY
DR. JACKSON, DOCTOR OF FHYSI
otherapv, treats all ailments, women's
ailments especially. 263 N. Commercial
street. Phone 2005M.
ARCHIE FLEENER. ELECTRICIAN
House wiring by, hour or contract. F-s-timates
furnished. Phone 980. 414
HALIK'S ELECTRIC SHOP ELEC
trieal machine repairing, contracting.
337 Court. Phone 488
POULTRYMEN SEND EIGHT TWO
cent stamps for special three months
trial for the1 best and oldest journal in
the west. The articles and advertise
ments are of special interest to the
Soultry breeders of the N o r t h w e s t.
orthwest Poultry Journal, 211 Com
mercial street, Salem, Oregon.
EDWARD WELP EXPERIENCED Pi
ano tuner. Leave orders Wilf Muaie
PLUMBING AND GENERAL REPAIR
work, (irabir Bros, 111 S. Liberty.
Phone 550. f9;f
CHICAGO, Feb. 11. After
touching new high price records
for the season, the wheat market
today fell back as a result of prof
it taking sales and in sympathy
with weakness of corn values. The
wheat upturn was largely due t6
an unexpected advance at Liver
pool tendirg to confirm need of
universal fresh supplies abroad
Wheat closed unsettled l-8c to c
to 5-8c to 54c lower. May and July
both $1.11 toSl.ll 7-8. with
corn a-8c to lc down, oats
at ic to 3-!c to 5-Sc loss, and
provisions ranging fv-rti 5c de
cline to 5c gain.
It was regarded ri -in iicau;
that foreign wheat ii';ul.eis should
be strong in the f ce o huge
world shipments, 21.275,000 bush
els, aud netting an increase of 7.
480,000 bushels in the amov.ni of
wheat on ocean passage. A con
sequent rush to buy wheat took
place; also encountered on ac
count of correct opinions that the
domestic visible supply would
show a decrease today. There was
gossip current, too", about pros-
reets of bullish legislative devel
opments at Washington. Selling
on the advance however, proved of
greater volume than the wheat
market could readily withstand in
view of opposite action of corn.
Much selling on the part of a
house that has been closely identi
fied with the bull side of the corn
market, had a good deal to do with
the downward swing of the future
deliveries of that cereal. Beside3
St. Louis, Kansas City and Omaha
reported liberal receipts. On the
other hand, arrivals here and coun
try offerings as well were light.
Moreover, export orders here were
close to a working basis. Oats fol
lowed cfirn. 1
In the provision market de
mand. from cash interests brought
a rallv from declines associated
with lo-.ver quotations on hogs
Sandwiched Between Two
No Deffinite Price TTBnd ,
VEW YORK, Feb. 11. Sand-
witched in between two holidays.
today's stock market failed to de- ;
velop a definite price trend. Tbero '
wa3 a fair accumulation of buying
orders at the opening, based on, -
the partly faTorable showing of
the January unfilled tonnage state
ment of the United States Steel
orporation but when they were
disposed of the market -lapsed Into
dullness and irregularity which
continued for the rest of the day.
The widest price fluctuations
took place in a selected list of
specialties. . ,
United States Gteel common sold '
as -high as 108 7-8, but dropped.,
back'more than a point from the
top and closed at a net loss of "54
on the day. Baldwin and Ameri
can Can each. gained about a point
closing at 128 and 119, re
spectively. Independent steel)
showed moderate strength In the .
early trading, but lost most or all
of their gain3 before the close.
Some good buying took place
in the motors on ' speculative ex
pectation that February produc
tion figures would show an. in
crease of 40 par cent over those
of the same month tat year, the
same Increase shown by the Jan
Trading in the oil shares was
still under restraint owing to spec
ulative fear that other develop
ments are likely to result i from
the senate oil lease Investigation.
Rails -held relatively firm.
Foreign exchanges ruled slight
ly lower because of uneasiness ov
er the opening of British parlia
ment and the threatened dock
Demand sterling again, dropped
below $4.30 for a loss of more
than a cent over the week end and
French francs sold about S points
lower at 4.55 cents. The Chinese
silver and South American (ex
changes were strong.
Call money ruled at 4i
oent throughout the session. .
ime money market was quiet,
.vith quotations ruling at 4 "ii and,
i 24 per cent depending on maturity.
IF YOU WANT TO GET THE BEST
tarm paper,, send 15c to the Pacific
Homestead. Sale.n. Oregon for a three
months' trial subscription. Mention
PLUMB1NT REPAIRING AND COIL
work. Phone 1397-J. Shop 127 Union
street. A. L. Godfrey.
Judge Landis must decide if a
players wife is a necessity. Judge
is married. " So that's decided.
New Paper Machinery
PORTlJAND, Feb. 8. Confl- ,
dent thauthey have used excellent .
judgment in placing their plant ,v
among Portland's new industries,
Roy H. Mills and Joe Raster, re ,
spectively president and general . .
superintendent of the Portland
Pulp & Faper company, have re. ,
turned from a trip through East-,
ern and Southern states. They re.
port an excellent outlook In the ,
paper market, with a special de-
mana lor graues ut mm
in the manufacture of which the
new Portland plant will special
ize. They report the raw mater
ial very cheap here -as compared
with costs in Eastern states, ana
declare the industry is bound to
follow the supply of raw mater
ial. . i ':'
The process by which kraft pa
per is made will utilize slab and
other waste wood from local saw
mills, a raw material which here
tofore has found no market save .
as hog fuel. In fact much of it
has been burned.
The sulphate process, which will
be used, has' been the base of op-
erations in Europe for many years.
But has been little used in this sec
tion. - " '-
SOOS SCAVENGER SERVICE CESS
pools cleaned and dead animals removed
Garbage aud refuse of all kinds remov
ed bv the month. Reasonable ratea
Phones: Office 529; residence 2058.
RADIATORS, FENDERS, ETC.
205 Ore. Bldg.
Farm and City,
liberal rates and payment
Beautiful Oregon Rose
led eleven other Oregon eon? together
. r with a fine collection of patriotic aongs.
( aacred snags and many old time favor-
V j f ALL TOR 25e. '
C:'.1 I anmlil total
i . Zaneei-lWi adaotablo for school eomman-
. ity or borne eieginf Send fer
TO Pjee now ia Ha third edilioB
, . Published y
SIS B. Commercial St. Balem.
9-1SOOM HOUSE, CLOSE IX. IX Ex
cellent condition; basement, $3200;
terms any one can handle.
8 room house, strictly modern, very close
In. corner lot. 000.'
5-roora strictly mod-rn ome. in -best resi
dence district, (lose i.i, 5500; oiriicd
G-roora strictly modern borne in East Sa
lem, hardwood floors, $5500.
You must a e these to appreciate them.
WINNIE PETTYJOHN. U altor,
218 Oregon Bldg. o-flotf
FRANKLIN TOURING. 9B. TRWEI.ED
13,000 miles; r-c ntly oveiiia'iled ; gets
25 miles on gallon and 20.0UO mil. s on
act cord tires. tost --". rnu
$875. Apply to S,ateiran.
I HAVE A BEAUTTFUL NEWLY Paint
ed blue sedan, 1922 model, all new
tires, spare, lic-nse, bumpers, spotlight,
etc You will have to e this to ep
preriatc it. $1315 for cuiek sale. 388
N. Com l. Otto J. Witson. Phone 2-0
GOOD USED CARS GINGRICH MO
r -to State. nl-tf
i - ; 9
UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITER CO.
Here yoer machine repsired by the
people who sake it. Special rtal
rate ti stadeata. 800 Mesoaie Bide.
Phone 62. ; '.
CUSTOM HATCHING SAVE MONEY
t i mm h.l.v rl.ta 4,T -tisin- the big Wikll-
Itmia Incubator. Liovtl Lc. Phone
ft,' wnrding VFor Sale. Eeqnire a.'- Price
in rwtt- mm; - Bfavamao Jsi"'
Office, Oru4 flvwr.
j Spring Is Coming
How about that farm you are think
ing of buying? Now is the time, and
We have just what yon want.
' 20 acre, adjoining townsit-. well im
proved; just building a new" house;
barn 21x30 feet ,i crop. A real fcuap
at $1000; $0oo down.
110 acris, all tindtT cult iv itiort,
good wheat land, on good graveled r"d,
0. miles frwn Salem. . Think of it
: A three-room hus -, bath, to. let, clec-
trie lights, at $700;
. $2200 bays a fine 5 room plrstircd
house; t rms.
A new modern 5 room bungalow, on
pared street; $27.0;(oo down.
-A good 5 room house, closs iu.
$2000; easy terms.
i $3500 bay a modern 7-rwm boute,
close in. terms. Ox if it'tIe-
want, aee ii now. - - - -
MOISAN 4 T7LRTC1I," .
123 N. Cvui'l. . 8 U3
USED FOlin CARH F1WM AX
AUTHORIZED FORD PR.VI.fcK
CHERRY CITY CONTRACTING CO,
General contracting and building esti
furnished. Phone 167K
RADIATORS. FENDERS, BODIES made
or renaired. J. C. Bair, 2:;i State St.
Feeding as Well as Breeding
SECOND HAND O00DI
6 LOANS UNDER RESERVE SYSTEM
on city or farm property. Reserve De
posit company, 72 Fourth Street, 1 art
FARM LOANS LESS INTER E S T,
longer time, no . commiss on. Protects
against aderity. City loans, lowest
rajtcs, mowthly instalments, pre pay
ment privileges. J. C. Siegmund. room
2, over Ladd & Bush bank. '
LOAN'S LOANS 1 LWrf
I ran make your larni or nit iu"-. ,
i-ie riira. If vou need a loan, see t
and if vou hive money tOT'lif.e,
see me I always have taker
Laflar, Oregon bldg.
1922 touring -
1923 touricg-.-r-- -
1923 cuiipe ...
Other cars front $15 and up.
All ear are. guaranteed.
See os before buying.
Liberal terms l open evening and
. --Sundays. -- -
VALLEY MOTOIt CO. - . :
" """ "Thone 1995360 Ko. High .
InfciH ISy Trainload
ltO&EUURG, Feb. 7. "Solid
trains of broccoli from the Ump
qua valley straight through to
Chicago will be a wonderful means
of publicity for both the commod
ity and the valley." said Foster
Butner. manager of the local broc
coli Exchange, in an interview
with a representative of the Xews
"It seems to me," Mr. r,utner
continued, "that we should go
the limit in this matter of public
ity. With the movie people on the
job, taking views of the fields,!
the harvesting, the packing, haul- j
ing to loading rations, loading j
into cars, icing the cars, then I
showing the entire trainload. With j
tannr.r 1 icnlu viwl lis tll train I
. .. , ... L... ..K iri'T FLO'A'EkS. WEDDING BOUQUETS
.... ! funeral
Ilcity lo uoscuurg along commer- ;
ekil lines, than wo have ever rc- i
ceivedi heretofore. To complete
the story, photographs should b
taken at Chicago showing the ar
rival of the train, the unloading of
the cars, the selling of the broccoli
on South Water street, tiisplaj- of
our fine broccoli in the best retail
store of the city, and as a finale,
the .happy expression upon the
faces of 1 the , consumers tin they
partook of our delicious product."
WANTED EVERYTHING IN CLOTH
ing and shos. Best prices paid. Cap
itsl Exchange; 3t2 North Commercial
STOVES AND STOVE REPAIRING
T had a fine - ccrv. .
1 Jhs fcave vS-uch mi. f
I dressed her up
In the finest . 5ik i .
fed her on.
The best of ha.V. ...
Milted hei tvent timcj aj&yjl
STOVES REBUILT AND REPAIRED
40 years' experience. Depot National
fence, sizes 26 to 29 in. high. Paints,
oils and varnishes, etc., loganberry and
bop books. Sabm Fence and Stove
Works, 250 Cout t street. Phone 124.
WE MOVE. STORE AND SHIP HOUSE
bold goods. Our specialty is piano and
furniture moving. We also make coun
try trips. We handle the best coal and
' wood. Call on us for prices. We g!v
good measure, good quality and good
service. Larmer Transfer Co. Phone 930
CAPITAL CITY TRANSFER CO 226
State St. Phone 9.33. Distributing, for
warding and storage our specially. Get
No additional expense
ANDKRSON te Rl PKKT.
JOti OTCgon nnnoiiig
r e a t h s.
tle-w.rations. C. T.
123 N. Liberty
BEAGROVK FOR FURNACES SIBLI-
n 1'nm XH.l. ItDJ L V I 3
SALEM MORTUARY, FUNERAL DIREO-
j.r. ?0 lintr. Phone 1P5Q
UIESE FUBSITURE 00.-4 IT A L I T Y
- f nrn itnre fpr leaa nvuey. 373 . Court.
Phoue 404, .
PARKER'S STAGE LINES
3. W. Parker, General Manager
Central Si age Tormina 1 Salem, Oregon.
SALEM-SILV ERTO X Dl VI S ION
Leaves Salem, Central Stage Terminal:.
7 a. ro; 11 a. m.; 5 p. m.
Leaves Silverton News Stand:
9 a. m. : 1 p. m. ; G p. m.
Salem-Indpendenee-Moomo'ith Divlaion :
Uaves Salem, (Vnfml, Stage Terminal;
7 a. m.: 9 a. m.; 11:10 a. m.; 3:10 p. m.
5: 10 p. m.
leaves Monmouth, Manmonth Hotel:
. 8:15 a. nt.; 1 p. in.: :15 p. m.
Leaves Independence, Beaver Hotel:
8:30 a. m.; :"o a. -in, ; 1:15 p. ia
4 p. m.: 6:30 p. m.
Leaves C'eetrel Stage Terminal. Sale
for DHa at;
7 a. m.; 11:10 a. m. :10 p.
Leavc. Gail JIoUI. Dullas at
8 a. m.: I p. m.: S:'-" p. m.
W make eonnertion at Salem to eh
pari of the ralley. ,E.tra trip by !
poitttrntit .- .
J. W. rAKKER, General Manager.
National Crop Improvement Service.
TIIERE is great danger of In
A troducing good dairy cOws
nto neigltborhoods where proper
feetlin? has not been considered.
says Mr. Dennis A. Merriman of tne
American Steel & Wire Company.
'We cannot over-emphasize this
fenture. A poor cow can be fed ,
uch n manner that she will give
Tiore milk than a really good w
rhich Is left to her own resources
for a balanced ration.
"It Is necessary, therefore, that In
idvocntlng the Introduction of more
lalry cows that the manner of man
who Is going tnke rare of her
thaii nnse an examination as to his
Ability to feed her economically
and profitably. Especially must
this be true in that community
where farmers are being helped to,
increase their herds. 'I
"In changing over from grain
farming to dairy farming a diversi
fication of crops la the first funda
mental. There will be many 'good
cows turned loose on the open
prairie without shelter or proper
food, and every effort should ba
made by the wise heads In each
rommnnity to look after the wel
fare of thejeow after be has ar
rived and 1 pressure should ho
brought in pear on every man to
begin- right,! to join ft, cow-testing
association and to IctH lha game
from the grouiid tip- , ' - i