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THE OltEGON STATESMAN, SALEM, OltEGON
WEDNESDAY MOnNING, FEmttJAHY 13, 1024
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! Phone 23Advertisli.g Dept.
,; Rate pw word:
- NORWICH TJNIOW
FIRJR INSURANCE 80CIXTT
W. H. Burghardt. Jr.
Resident Agent 871 Stat St.
Money vTo Loan
On Roal Estst
T. K. FORD
(Over Ladd A Bush Bart)
AUTOMOBILES Repairing 1
"(WE'RE KT THE BEST AUTO ME
If . chaalcs liviag, but we are good enough
D ! mlr mnw mj. k ; bill ....
right when we finish. Jack Doerfer
Votor Repair, 410 8. Commercial la-M4
FOR RENT Apartments 2a
IX)R . RENT NICELY FURNISHED
- apartment, ; ground floor. Phona 1320 J.
REASONABLE. TWO OR THREE ROOM
apartment with tqilet and bath. 735 N.
ONE ROOM AND KITCHENETTE ON
ground floor. Two room apartment up
stairs. 823 N. Church. 2a-flS
TWO LARGE 2 ROOM APARTMENTS
$15 and $20.' Sleeping rooms by the
week $3.50. Phon 630. 2a-f 14
rURNISHED APARTMENT. TWO OR
i threw rooms. $18 and $23. Also ga
i rage, $4 month. 1132 Center. I'hona
1 1849. 2a-fl4
TWO-ROOM FURNISHED AIM RTMENT,
first floor, close in. Phom 9aF.r..
! 2a f!3
4 ROOM FURNISHED APARTMENT,
with private bath, closa In. Call at 803
Oregon bldg. Sa-flOtf
NEW APARTMENT WITH ALL- MOD
rn conveniences. For inspection or res
ervations call Pattoa Book Store.
FOR RENT APARTMENTS, 891
FOR RENT Houses
HOUSE AND APARTMENTS 20SW.
7 ROOM BUNGALOW FOR RENT 585
8. Liberty. 2b-fl7
HOME IN COUNTRY. LIGHTS. HOT
and cold wstV, garage, chicken house,
FOR RENT Jtooma 2c
FOR RENT OFFICE ROOMS, SALEM
Bank of Commerce Bldg. 2e-fl5
ONE LARGE NEATLY FyRNI8HED
benaekeeping . and sleeping room. 1940
8. Cottage ktreet. ; . , 2c-f20
BOARD AND ROOM WITH HOME AD-
vaaUgem. Phone 1942J.
OFFICE ROOMS FOR RENT IN BUSH
-, rymTbW, nofwaVef "Ileal. "In
qnire room 22, Breymsn block. 2e-fl2tf
MODERN FURNISHED ROOM Steam
. beat. Hot and cold water. 218 N. Lib
erty. Over Brewer's Drag store. Phono
702J. . ' , 2c-12tf
MR SENT APARTM EST S AND
leaping rooms. Looaard hotel, 254 N.
rsnrrxD CARD8. size i4 by t
wording' "Famished Rooms," prleo 10
etats each. Statesman Bosiness Of
FOR SALE Mlacellaneoua 4
FOR SALE INCUBATOR. Phone 93F3
. i . 4-fl6
890.00 PER MONTH INCOME. PORT
land residential property. Desirable
aels-hborhood. on' usved streets and
. trolly. '17 minutes from Third snd
Washington. $3000, cash and $2000,
deferred navmenta. - Owner. B. Harpr,
1607 Virginia St, Portland. Ore. 4-fl9
FOR SALE DRY SECOND-GROWTH fir
wood. 4 ft. for. immediate delivery
Phono 108. 4 fl2tf
cheap. , Phone 118F2.
FOR SALE 8-TUBE RADIO SET. OR
will trade for . typewriter. Phone
1806R. f 4-fl3
TWO OVERSTUFFED ROCKERS. ONE
rag, one talking machine and records,
chaan. Call 1185J mornings. 4-fl3
INCUBATORS 3 USED INCUBATORS
. perfect condition. 120 and !0 egg
aisa. Your choice $8 each. It. L. Stiff
Farnlture Co. . 4-f 13
t Yard near Auburn ball. East Sa
lem. Frn'.t and nut trees, small fruits.
eta. Choice rose bushes, shrubs, and
t-M. VtmAnmA fkrieefl In all lines.
Phone 111FS. Howard Jones. 4-f9tf
WINDMILL AND TANK CHEAP G. A.
Miller, 260 Marion. Phone evenings.
CLOVER HAY PHONE 1397M. 413
FOR SALE RHODE ISLAND RED
. hatching eggs. M. M. Magee, Route. S,
Salem. Phono 81F25. 4-m3
FOR UPJOnN"8 GLADIOLUS CATA
iogne, "phone 1700 or address D. II. Up
john, 964 So. Liberty, Salem. 4f27
has few of Dr. Bean's Btg French
prune trees left; also walnut and fil
bert trees. 3. J- Msthis. Rt. 1. Salem
Silverton highway. Phone 105F5. 4-tf
HAVE YOUR FURNITURE OR AUTO
cleaned and polished with "Kwik
hino" or will sell yoe the material to
do the work yourself. &0e and $1. Will
also clean yonr wallpaper or shades.
Ageata wanted. P. O Box 423 or
Phono 1820. 4-11 5tf
FOB 8ALE OLD NEWSPAPERS 10
eeata a bundle. CIrsuJsUon department
Beautiful Oregon Rose
And eleven other Oregon songs together
with a fiao collection of patriotic songs,
sacred songs aad many old-time favor
ites. - i
ALL FOB J5e.
fBneelal nriceo In ouantity Vital
. Especially adaptable for school commun
ity or homo staging. Bona i
' TO pagsa now la Ita third odltloa
Published by ;
OREGON' TEACHERS MONTHLY
SIS 8, Commercial St.
USD ER WOOD TYPEWRITER I CO. -
V Have your machine repaired by the
Tjonnle who make It. Special rental
fata in atudenta. ' 100 MaaoBiO Bldg.
Pheno 262. a28tf
CUSTOM a HATCHING SAVE JMONEY
habv ehix be. using the bit Wish
--'.bono Incubator. (Lloyd .Leo. Phone
82F21. - j25tf
One week (ill insertions) 8
On month 20a
Six months' contract per mo 15
13 months' contract, par ma 12e
Minimum for any advertisement 25
FOR SALE Miscellaneous 4
PRINTED CARD8 SIZB 14" BY '7H"
wording "For Sale, Enquire at." Prleo
10 cants each. Statesman Business
Office. Ground Floor.
FOR SALE Livestock 4a
MALE TOOOEXBF.RO GOAT, 2 TURK-
eys, hen and gobbltr. I'hona S6F15.
Rt. 5, Box 126. 4afl3
FOR SALE WEANED
8 EVEN GOOD MILK COWS, FRESH
and coming fresh, for sale. W. C.
Sodcrman, Jefferson, Ore. Rt. 1, Sa
lem. Phone 49F23. 4a flOtf
HORSES. TEAM OF MARES, 6. YEARS
old this sprine: weia-ht 1400 lbs.:
sound, g. n'le, well broken; best team
of its weight in Marion county. Phone
34F22. Philip Gilbert, Liberty district.
HELP WANTED Female 5b
WANTED AN EXPERIENCED GIRL
for general housiwork. References. In
quire 290 N. Front St. 5b-fl4
HELP WANTED Male 6c
SELL MADISON "BETTER MADE"
SHIRTS direct .from oar factory to
wearer. No capital or experience re
? aired. Easily sold. Big profits. Write
or FREE SAMPLES. MADISON
MtLLS. BOS Broadway. New Yrk.
HELP WANTED Miscellaneous Cd
WANTED MEN AND WOMEJf TO
take farm paper subscriptions. good
Sropoaition to the right people. Ad
reaa the Pacific Homeatead. Btataamaa
BMr.. Ralem. Ar.
FARM FOR RENT
A-l, all improved farm, just outside
of Vroodmirn; silo, fruit. ood build
ings Write Box 684, Klainath Tails
Oregon. Of 13
OUR SECOND HAND DEPARTMENT
offera many bargains. We boy, sell, or
trade anything in furniture. See our
basement. H L. Stiff Co. 0-fl3
TURKEYS THREE HENS AND FOUR
males. J. AFarr, Jefferson, Oregon.
Nesr Sidney. 7a-fl3
. I. RED COCKERELS; EXCELLENT
strain, for aale. Yhone 1877W, or call
at 805 N. 16th. 7a fl3
THE AVERAGE HEN DOES NOT PAY
profit. Purebred hena bred to lay
pay big profits, and have made hun
dreds of poultry men wealthy. Four
teen trios of world champion pure
bred chickens will be given free to am-
. bitioua men, women, boys and girls.
..Bend name snd addreaa and full infor
mation will be mailed. Purebred
Chicken Editor, Northwest Poultry Jour-
nal. Baletn. Oregon. Pep t. A. 7a-j3Qtt
REAL ESTATE City 8
A 6 foom house, 4 rooms plsstered.
Large living and dining room, built
ins in kitchen. Bath and toilet. Lot
with some fruit trees. Price $1900
i$3)0. down; $25 per mo.
A nisi, comfortable 5 room bonse
electric lights, bsth, toilet. Range.
heater, linoleum and kitchen treasure
go with it $1800.
J. A. MILLS
33m State St. 8-fl5
TWO BUYS OF REAL VALUE
$2000 5K. honse with basement, bath,
toilet, hot and cold water, elec
tricity, sewer in. $000 down;
balance $25 per month.
$1900 NEW 3R. cottage on paved
street, sewer in, bsth, toilet.
hot and cold wster. electricity
Furniture goes with place. $500
I down, balance $25 per month.
W. IL GRAB EMI OUST CO.
275 State St. .
We write all forms of insurance
FOR SALE . IEN ACRE TRACT ON
paved highway. All clear, $1000; easy
terms. Ten acre tract, orcnara ana
buildings, $3500. Small house and
two rood Iota $600. Four room bouse
$2500; easy terms. Five room mod
rn bungalow. $4200. Eight room
modern bungalow $8000. 35 acre dairy
ranch $2800. Exchange equity in six
room bouse for lots up to $800. 10
; acres close in for house. For rent-
room bungalow $25. Ten acre tract
with buildings and orchard $15. Six
mnm house $16. F. L. Wood. 341
State St. 8fl3tf
WELL BOUGHT REAL ESTATE IS AN
INVESTMENT WITH INCREASING
" Can you beat this ! 7 room bnngalow
full cement basement, furnace, fire
place, double garage. Fine fruit trees.
Only $4QO0; and asy terms. Paved
Nice grocery and confectionery store
in good Vslley town. Doing .good bus
iness. Price very reasonable. You
ahould investigate this.
Well built 5 room bungalow, base
ment, garage. A snap at $3400.
Ntw 4-room bungalow, basement high
ground for $2100; and easy terms.
Think of this buy: 4 room bungalow,
breakfast nook, part basement 2C00.
You might name your own terms. ,
We write insurance.
Always money to loan on real es
If it ia a bous', lot, farm or a trade
RICH L. REIMANN
Office Phone 1013. Res. Phone 726R
BEFORE BUYING INVESTIGATE OUR
listing of city or farm property, o-ita
212 Oregon Bldg.
5 room plastered house and garage,
on paved street, -pavement paid $1800.
3 room plastered house $800.
5 rooms Urge lot, with fruit. $2000.
A good hon on paved street price
$4000. Will trade for email improved
' Good 0 room house snd bsrn 4 lots
with some fruit. A good buy for fli
. THOMASON, 331 State St. 8 fl2tf
ARE YOU RENTING A SMALL HOI SKI
Yon don't hsve to. We have many
homes for sale like rent. Toiay we
have six brand new small house of
three to aix rooms that $-00 to $o
down will take. Immediate po-esson
1'very one has plsster, ath and hot
- water. Beck ft II ndricks, 1. 8.
iBank bldg. "0,f
S-ROOM FLAT FOR RENT VERY
close in, at 664 Ferry: furnace, gas,
fete, $45, furnished, or would toi an
: vent todaV. Bocke ft
Haadxickv TJ. S. Bank Wdg. o-flOU
REAL ESTATE City
FURNISHED NEW HOUSE. HARDwood
floors, corner lot. garage, ts.'.uO.
Gertrude J. M. J'aee. 8-fl3
FORCED TO SELL
LF.AV1NO CITY .MARCH 1.
My mnd-rn bungalow, 5 rooms, base
ment, electric li;lm, bath, built-in.
Practically new, (food location. I like
Kalrin but I have been transferred to
take charge of a business in another
fit jr. Will sacrifice for $3000; or
with furniture $3400; terms. Mr. bar
gain seeker, let fluids ft Hechtel, 540
State tr et, show you a real snap.
New 5 room (Ustere.l bungalow,
lights, bath, paved street, car line.
Owner leaving citv. Price lftO0; terms
or $1750 for cash, fluids & Bechtel.
510 State stre.t. 8 f!2tf
PAY RENT. TO YOURSELF BUY A
strictly mod- rn, honestly built bunga
low on rent paying plan. Immediate
possession. Phone 841; after 6 p. ra..
454.M. 8 f 17
ll-ROOM HOUSt-:. CLOSE IN AND Ex
cellent condition; arranged for renting
rooms. You will like this borne and in
vestment. Vacant. Hi eke A ll nd
ricks, U. S. Bank bldg. 8-fl0tf
9-ROOM HOUSE, CLOSE IN. IN Ex
cellent condition; basement, $3200;
terms any one can handle.
B-room house, strictly modern, very close
in. corner lot, fGOOO.
5-room strictly mod rn oine, in best resi
dence district, i lose in, jj0O; owned
by ton resident.
6 -room s'rictly modern home in East Sa
lem, hardwood floors, $5.r0U.
You must s e these to appreciate them.
WINNIE PETTYJOHN, R altor.
216 Oregon Bldg. 8 flOtf
Spring Is Coming
Haw sbout that farm you are think-
ini of buyioet Now is the true, and
we have just what you want.
20 acres, adjoining townsit', well im
proved; just building a new house
barn 24x36 feet crop. A real snap
at $1600: $000 down.
110 aens, all under cultivation,
good wheat land, on good graveled road.
9 miles iron Salem. Think of it
A three-room boos-, bath, toilet, eleC
trie lichts. at 700: terms.
$2200 buys a fine 5-room plastered
house-: t rms.
A new modern 5-room bungalow, on
paved street, $2750: $.00 down.
A good 5-room house, clote in, at
12000 : easv t- rms.
$3500 buys a modern 7-room V.iiuse,
close in, terms. Or if it's a trade you
want, see us now.
MOISAN t ULRICH.
122 N. Com'!. 8fl3
Best Buys and
24 acres. 10 eomm'reial fruit in bear
Ine. balance in erain. 7 room house,
barn, r a rare. sh ds. 1 14 miles out tte
Garden road, the best of location.
$7500; $3000 cash, balance 3 to &
5 acres, modern bnngslow, in city,
exchange for 80 to 120 acr a.
5 room modern bungalow, full base
ment, very close in, $3150 $600 cash,
balance $35 monthly.
341 State St. 8 f9tf
WE NEED MORE LISTINGS ON ME-
dium priced town properties, nave a
numbrr of applications on hand. Come
in and ace ua. The Fleming Realty
Co., 341 State et. 8-f3tf
PRINTED CARDS, SIZE 14" BY 7H"
wording, "Booma to Kent," price u
cents each. Statesman Buaineas Of
fice. Ground Floor.
A VERY ATTRACTIVE HOUSE, CLOSE
to State Hoiixe, in number ono con
Another beautiful home, close to
State House, $16,000.
Large attractive home, $13,000.
Attractive concrete new home,
Fail-mount Heights. 7 room house;
vervthing modern, $7000. Gertrude 4.
FOR SALE A GOOD TEN ROOM house
suitsble for apartments. 5 liloess irora
business renter. Call owner for terms.
Phone 2022J. I j'ilXt
PRINTED CARDS. SIZE 14" BY 7",
wording "For Kent," price ju en
each. Statesmsn Business Office, on
OrontM Floor '
REAL ESTATE Trades 8a
10 SHARES OF COIN CONTROLLED
locker stock snd some rash for cheap
car. Call st 396 N. 23rd St. 8s-fl4
REAL. ESTATB Farms
27 seres fruit nuts, berries....$6.500.00
155 acres deiry sad stock .$2,500.00
160 acres dairy snd stock $1,600.00
189 acres dsiry and stock. ...$6,000.00
38 acres vegftsble snd berrii s$7,500 00
70 acres general farming $4,000.00
A. C. BOHRNSTEDT
147 N. Commercial St., Salem, Or.
HOWELL PRAIRIE FARM PHONE
REAL ESTATE Timber 9a
A good piece of timber, all grab oak.
1 1-4 miles to R. R. switch; some
stamp lsnd; sbout 40 a. plow land;
small house snd barn. Enough wood
to pay for place. Price $8000; $1000
dowa and $500 per year, 6 per cent.
See J. A. MILLS,
33m State St.
REAL ESTATE To Exchange. 9b
WEST SALEM HOME WANTED IN Ex
change for room buns-slow on intq
street, good bnngalow with bssement,
built-in kitchen, garage, well wort
$3000. West Salem would be near
WINNIE PETTYJOHN. Realtar
216 Oregon Bldg. 9'.-fl4
REAL ESTATE Suburban 10
10'4-A TRACT. CLOSE IN, ALL IN
eultivstion; good bnildings, fruit, ber
ries; on psved rosd. For psrticulars
rail or write owmr, E. B. Perrine
Phone 104F21 lO-flOtf
FOR QUICK SERVICE AT LOWE8T
rates call Red Top Cab. Phono 1900.
Day and night acrviec.
USED CARS FOR SALE 11
FRANKLIN TOURING, 9B. TBVVKI.W)
I3 0O0 miles: rc ntly overhauled : gets
25 miles on gallon and 20,000 mills on
set cord t.rts. Cost $2259. Snap at
$875. Apply to Statesman. 11-flOtf
GOOD USED CAR GINGRICH Mo
tor Co, 319 8tate. nl-tf
USED FORD CARS FROM AN
AUTHORIZED FORD DEALER
1917 touring $ 95 00
1919 touring.. . 145 00
1920 tonring 215 00
1923 touring - 295.00
1923 touring 385.00
1923 roadster 870.00
1922 coupe 400.00
1933 eedan . 495 rO
1923 truck 350.00
1921 delivery 200.00
Other ears from $45 and up.
All cars are gtisrsnteed.
See as before buying.
Liberal terma; open evenings and
' . VALLEY MOTOR CO.
. rkons X995 860 Ka. H1A .
1'SED CARS FOR SALE 11
Buy your used car now, during tha
slack season. You have better stock
to pick from and the low-si price
ev r known.
Dodge touring $330
Chevrolet touring, 5 mo. old 4""
Maxwell touring, original tires, look
nearly new G80
ord touring, recondition, lute model
with starter 2o0
Chevrolet touring, motor and roar
end overhaul, d i 210
Studebaker Big Six, in perfect con
Never before were used cars in such
good aliape, offered for sale in the city
of Salem at such low jn-..
CERTIFIED PUBLIC MOTOR CAR
M A RK KT
225 N. Church, Phone 885 11-ffitf
USED CARS AT PRICES THAT WILL
1924 License on Al!
Ford touring $ C.I .00
Chevrolet 4S0 101.00
Buick roadster 100.00
Ford louring lfl;.00
Baby Grand Chevrolet 200.00
Elzin touring ,. zmi.uu
Overland 90 260.00
Ford 305 00
Baby Grand Chevrolet 395.00
r.ssex touring ..
Dodge touring 59.1.00
Many others lor you to seieci iruui.
Come in and look them over. We give
F. W. PETTYJOHN CO
219 N. Commercial St., Salem, Oregon.
WANTED KMPLOYMK.NT 12
EXPERIENCED COOK AND IHH SE
keeper wishes position as housekeeper",
or cook in small camp. Address
care Stat sman. 12-fl7
WANTED Miscellaneous 13
MONEY WANTED WILL ASSIGN v4
interest in a valuable invention to party
who will patent same. Cost about
$100. 396 N. 23rd St: 13 fl4
WANTED BOARDERS, FAMILY TRIV
ilege, $8 per w ek. Mione 540.
WANTED FIR WOOD HAULED FROM
. Sidnev to Salem. Carl AUrains, 215 S.
Com 1 st. Phone 106. 13 flOtf
WANTED TO RENT, WITH PR1VI
lege of buing, small plade, close to
Salem; must be good location and good
bouse. Address 2128, csre Statesmwi:.
WOOD FOR SALE
DRY -SECOND GROWTH FIR $7.50 p r
cord delivered. Pnone 19F3. Mayfield.
LARGE. DRY, SECOND-GROWTH FIR,
$7.25; 16-inch old fir, $9.00. Phone
1879W. 14 f27
WELL SEASONED WOOD, of all kinds.
Phone 42F14. S. J. Yates. li ma
DO YOU WANT GOOD WOOD AT REAS-
onable prices! Then call 1879W for
h old or second arrowth fir. Prompt
delivery. 14 j26tf
nraT ORtnit ov WOOD
4 ft. and 16 inch green mill wood
Dry mill wood
Dry second growth, fir
u u.k niwrsr mill w4 la tha haat
fuel to savo your dry wood. Prompt
delivery and reasonable price, rrod
X. Walla. 280 S. Church. Phoae 1542.
PUBLIC NOTICES 1
Notice ia Iiereby Riven that I
have Impounded the following de
scribed dogs in compliance with
Ordinance No. 1404, to-wit: One
yellow collie dog with white ring
around neck, collar with license
No. 70-1923. One large Alrdala
dog with bobtail. The above de
scribed dogs will be killed if not
redeemed by owners, on or before
February 17th, 1924, as provided
io said Ordinance.
W. S. LOW,
February 12, 1924. f 19
SILVERTON, Or., Feb. 12.
(Special, to The Statesman.)
Miss Cora Z. Allen is the only
Silverton high school senior who
completed her high school work
at the end of the first semester.
Miss Allen came to Silver-ton from
Franklin high school at Portland
where she had attended for three
years. Miss Allen completed the
required number of credits in
three and one-half years. She has
gone to Monmouth to enter nor
Miss Signa Larson who has
been employed at the Silverton
bakery during the past few months
has given up her position and gone
to Seattle, where she will enter
business college. Miss Larson
will live at the home of her sis
ter, Mrs. A. Ejde. Mrs. Ejde was
formerly Miss Agnes Larson of Sil
Miss Dora Stewart and Alvin
Madsen of Salem spent Sunday at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. M. J.
Walter Toft and Harold Larson
motored to Silverton from Cor
vallis for the week-end. Mr. Toft
is enrolled with the canners at
Oregon Agricultural college while
Mr. Larson is a freshman in the
school of commerce.
Mi88Esther Larson was a vis
itor at Salem Monday afternoon.
Dr. John R. Sites of Salem call
ed on Silverton friends Monday.
Tr'nity Young Peoples' society
is giving an entertainment at
Trinity church Thursday evening.
Mrs. Arthur Hobart is again at
her home after spending several
weeks with Mr. and Mrs. Alvin
Hobart who live near Portland. -
GRAIN IK)ES WELL
"SILVERTON. Or., Feb. 12:
(Special to The Statesman. TSiI
verton farmers are reporting that
their winter grain" is in excellent
shape. Many report that the
growth of the grain during the
past ' winter far exceeds that of
many previous winters.
Of Reliable Business
FREEMAN as STRUBLE, REGISTERED
Architects, 51u .Bank of Commerce
Building. ' ,
Room 15, Breymsn. Block
Phon- 44 or 121 14 '
WILLAJUETTE JUNK CO.
Metal, rags, pap r. Auto wrecking,
Repairing. Parts for all cars 50 to 75
per cent off l.st price. 97i X. Com 'I.
Phone 5S8. f ettf
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. RAMSDEX DAYTON BICY
eles and repa iring: C87 Court.
BIRDS, FLOWERS AND PETS
FLAKE'S PETLAND, BIRDS, FLOWERS
Pets. 273 State.
CARPET AND RUG WEAVING
SALEM CARPET CLEANING AND
Fluff Rug Woks Rag and fluff rugs
woven any size without seams. New
mattresses made to order. . Old mat
tresses remade. Feathers renovated. ' I
buy all kinds of old csrpets for fluff
rugs. 13 "A snd Wilbur streets. Phone
1164. Otto F. Zwicker. Prop.
DR. L. T:
DICK CURES ANY KNOWN
153 8. High St.. Phone 283.
DR. S. F. SCOTT, GRADUATE NA-
t.onsl University Sciences, Chicago.
Mssonic Temple. Phone 640.
DRS. SCOTT ft SCOFIELDj P. 8. C
Chiropractors, 414-19 U. S. Bank Bldg.
Phone 87 r res. 828-R
CLEANERS AND DYERS
S.U.EM CLEANERS AND DYERS
. Suits cleaned and pressed, $1.5Q.
Suits sponged and pressed, 50c.
1215 S. Cora. Phone 1868
CIVIL, CONSULTING. CONSTRUCTION
Constructing engineer. Surveys, esti
mstes. Jno. H. Neef. 319 Oregon
Bldg " Phone 775.
FOR CEMENT WORK CALL AT 436
N. Summer street. Phone 674 J.
CHERRY CITY CONTRACTING CO.
General 'contracting and building. Esti
mates gladly furnished. Phone 1867R
or 59F12. d2Ctf
-4. ; THE ADStTT'S
Dressmaking, rope-atitching, pinking.
eHand work. 352 N. 12th St. Thone
DRESSMAKING AND DESIGNING
Carrie Fisher, McCornack Bldg., over
Millers. ' ni5-f
PRINTED CARDS SIZE 14" BY 7"
wording "Dressmaking"; price 10
cents each. Statesman Business Office
WM. NEIMEYER JUST DKUUSr
175 N. Commercial, rnone ioi.
SALEM ELECTRIC CO. MASONIC
building. Phone 120O.
ELECTRIC FIXTURES AND SUPPLY
Co. Phone 1934, 222 N. Liberty.
ARCHIE FLEENER, ELECTRICIAN
House wiring by nour or contract, in
timates furnished. Phone 880. 414
HALIK'S ELECTRIC SHOP tl.r.u-
trical machine! repairing, contracting.
837 Court. Phone 488
POULTRYMEN SEND EIGHT TWO
. i . i .... i. . 1
Cent Stamps ior special lurce muui"
trial for the best and oldest journal in
the west. The srticles and advertise
ments sre of specisl interest to the
poultry breeders of the Northwest.
Northwest Poultry Journal, 211 Com
mercial street, Salem, Oregon.
IF YOU WANT TO GET THE BEST
farm paper, send lc to tne racmc
Homestead. 8alem. Oregon for a three
months' trial subscription. Mention
Farm and City.
Most liberal rates and payment
HAWKINS ft ROBERTS.
205 Ore. Bldg.- Salem, Ore.
CHERRY CITY CONTRACTING CO.,
General contracting and building esti
mates gladly furnished. Phone 1867K
or 59F12. d26tf
6 LOANS UNDER RESERVE SYSTEM
on city or farm property.. Reserve De
posit compaay, 72 Fourth Street, Port
FARM LOANS LESS INTEREST,
longer time no commission. Protects
against adversity. City loans, lowest
rates, monthly instslments, pre-psy-nirnt
privileges. J. C. 8iegmund, room
2, over Ladd ft Bush bank.
LOANS LOANS LOAN'S
I can make your farm or city loans, best
service given. II you neea a loan. rc
me; and if you have money to P'.
see me I slwsys hsve tskers. G, W.
Laflar, Oregon bldg.
No additional expense
ANDERSON ft RUPERT.'
406 Oregon Building
CUT FLOWERS. WEDDING BOUQUETS
funeral wreaths, decorstions. C. T.
Breitbaunt.. florist, 123 N. Liberty
Phone 880. . .
SEAGROVE FOR FURNACES SIBLI
roo Piueles, $85. 11C5 Ferry St..
Phon- RKSV "24tf
SALEM MORTUARY. FUNERAL DIREC-
HEMSTITCHING. STAMPING. PLEAT-na-.
The Petite Shop. Room 5. over
Buiicla . a29tf
8ALEM ELITE H EM8TITOHINO
pleating, buttons, stamping sad needl
. work; 32$ Oregon b!Jg. Phone 879
MRS, C. E. MILLEJJ HEMSTITCHING
stamping, buttons. Room 10, over M J
ter'i stora. Phone 117. ' t '
and Professional Firms Arranged in Alphabetical
Order for Quick Reference
GIESE FURNITURE CO. Q UALITY
furniture for less money. 372 Court,
PEOPLE'S KUMNITURE STORE NEW
and second baod furniture; 271 N.
DR. L. G. ALTMAN, HOMEOPATH I ST.
Does a general practice. Treats Goiter,
Gall Stones, and Drovsy, arising from
diseases of heart, liver or kidneys
without operation. Office snd resi
dence, 296 N. Liberty St., Salem, Or.
D. H. MOSH EH TAILOR
and women, 474 Court St.
SALEM LAUNDRY COMPANY, 31 S.
Liberty street. Phone 25. oldest
largest best. Established 1889.
CAPITAL CITY STEAM LAUNDRY
Quality work; prompt service; 1264
Broadway. Phone 165.
COURT STREET CHRISTIAN CHURCH
Ataternity Home and Rest Sanitarium,
1899 State. Phone 527. U
MOUNTAIN BALM COUGH REMEDY
A COURSE IN BUSINESS PIANO
playing. Popular syncopated standard
music. Semi-classic and ballads 13
lessons. Wstermsn Piano School,, He
SHERMAN, CLAY ft CO.. PIANOS
Steinwaya, Duo-Art and others. Moore'a
' Music House, 415 Court Street.
GEO. C. WILL PIAN03, PHONO
gvsphs, sewing machines, sheet music,
and piano studies. Repairing phono
graphs and sewing machinea; 432
State street, Salem.
TRADE YOUR OLD PIANO FOR A NEW
Victor or Brunswick. H. L. Stiff Furni-
ture Co.. Music Dept.
DR. A. SLAUGHTER ACUTE AND
chronic diseases; 415 Oregon Bldg.
FRUIT TREES, SHRUBS AND ROSES
Near Auburn hall. East Salem. North
western Nursery. Phone 111F3. m9
FRUIT, NUT AND SHADE TREES
Pearcy Bros., 237" Stste.
COMPLETE LINE TREES SMALL
fruits, ornamentals. Cspital City Nur
sery Co.. 426 Oregon bldg.. Phone 75.
GLASSES FITTED BY THE BOW OP
tical Co., 325 State street, opposite
Ladd ft Bush Bank. "Use quality
MORRIS OPTICAL COMPANY ORE
gon Bldg. Rooms 801 to 304.
FAPERHANGING AND PAINTING
PHONE GLENN ADAMS "OR HOUSE
decorating, paper hanging, tinting, etc
TEN CENT KAI.SOM1NE IN BEACTI
ful colors; $1 does a room. Mox O.
Biiren, 179 N. Oommercial.
PHYSICIAN ' OF PHYSIOTHERAPKY
1 DR. JACKSON. DOCTOR OF PHYSI-
otherapy, treats all ailments, women a
ailments especially. 265 N. Commercial
street. Phone 2005M.
EDWARD WELP EXPERIENCED Pi
ano tuner. Leave orders Will's Music
PLUMBING AND GENERAL -REPAIR
work, tiraber Bros, 141 S. Jjl-erty.
Phone 550. fatf
PLUMBING REPAIRING AND COIL
work. Phone 1397-J. Shop 127 Union
street. A. L. Oodfrcy.
MAYFIELD 8CAVANC.ER SERVICE.
(iarhage and refisls of all kinds re
moved. Phone 19F3.
8O0S SCAVENGER SERVICE CESS
pools cleaned and dead animals removed
Garbage and refuse of all kinds remov
ed by the month. Reasonable rates
Phones: Office 529: residence 2058.
RADIATORS, FENDERS, ETC.
RADIATORS, FENDERS, BODIES made
or repaired. J. C. Bair, 236 State St.
SECOND HAND GOODS
WANTED EVERYTHING IN CLOTH-
ing snd sho s. Best prices paid. Cap
ital Exchange; 342 North Commercial
STOVES AND STOVE REPAIRING
STOVES REBUILT AND REPAIRED
40 years' experience. Depot Nstionsl
fence, sizes 26 to 28 in. high. Painta.
oils snd varnishes, etc., loganberry and
hop hooka. Salem Fence and Stove
Works, 250 Court street. Phone 124.
CENTRAL MOTOR BUS LINE
Central Stage Terminal, Sslem, Oregon.
Lesves Salem 7:15 a. m.; 9:15 a; m.
11:15 a m.; 1:15 p. m.; 3:15 p. m.;
5:15 p. m. 7:30 p. m.; to Corvallis only
PARKER'S STAGE LINES
J. W. Parker, General Manager
Central Staje Terminal Salem, Oregon.
SALEM -SILVERTON DIVISION
Leaves Salem, Central Stage Terminal:
7 a. m; If a. m.; 5, p. m.
Leaves Silverton News Stand:
9 a. m.: 1 p. m.; 6 p. m.
Salem-Iiid. pendence-Monmooth Division
Leaves Salem, Central Stage Terminal:
7 a. m.; 9 a. m.; 11:10 a. m.; 3:10. p. m.
5:10 p. m.
Leaves Monmouth, Monmouth Hotel:
8:15 a. m.; 1 p. m.; 6:15 p. m.
Lesves Independence, Beaver Hotel:
8:30 a. m.; 9:50 a. in.; 1:15 p. m
4 p. m.; 46 :30 p. m.
Leaves Central Stage Terminal, Sale
for Dallas st:
7 s. m.; 11:10 a. m. 8:10 p. a
Lesves Csil Hotel, Dallas at
8 a. ra. ; 1 p. m.; 6:15 p. m.
We make connections at Salem to ah
parts of the valley. Extra trips by ap
pointment. ? W niHKFR fel Vanarxe
TRANSFER AND HAULING
WE MOVE. STORE AND SHIP HOUSE
hold goods. Our specialty is piano and
furniture moving. We also make coun
try trips. We handle the best coal and
wood. Call en us for prices. We give
good measure, rood Quality ana goo
service. Lamer Transfer Co. Phoae 930
CAPITAL CITY TRANSFER CO 228
State St. Phone 933. Distributing, for
warding and storage our specialty. Got
TRANSFER AND HAULING
kind. Phone 19F3.
FRED W. LANGE, VETERINARIAN -.
Office 220 South Liberty. Phone 1191
Res. Phone 1948J. m9
SALEM WATER, LIGHT k POWER CO
Office, 801 South Commercial St. Tea
per cent discount on domestic flat
ratea paid in advance. No deductions
for absence or sny cause unless water
is shut off year premises.
AUTOMOBILES Tops lb
O. J. HULL
256 State St.
CITY NEWS IN BRIEF
(Continued from page 5)
Illinois Society Meets
Nearly 150 former residents of
the famous state of Illinois at
tended the meeting of the Illinois
society at the chamber of com
merce rooms last night. Follow
ing an interesting program a so
cial and get-acquainted hour wa8
held while refreshments were
served. Governor Walter M.
Pierce, native of minors, spoke
upon the history and develop
ments of his native s at". Musir
was furnished by a -male quartei
with solos by Harry U .-ynn ant'
Are You Satisfies 7
With your house. Today v.i
have eight new modern hottius o
three to 11 rooms. You can bu
any like rent. Immediate posses
sion on most. If you would like
a trim little three room home with
bath and hot water we have one
brand new for $100 down; $20 a
month, on larpe lot with fruit.
Becke & Hendricks, Phone 161, IT
S. Bank Bldg. f 13.
Attend Statue Dodicntiorh
Sufficient people attended the
dedication of a monument to the
veterans of the Grand Army of
the Republic in Silverton yester
day that several special auto
stages were necessary in addition
to those who drove their own auto
mobiles. The dedication ceremon
ies were held in connection with
the Lincoln's birthday anniver
sary program. The monument is
erected in the Silverton park and
js the gift of the Women's Relief
Former Itcsitlcnt Honored
Frank M. Warren, of Portland
who is well known here in con
nection with his attendance at the
legislative sessions, has been elect
ed a member of the board of di
rectors of -Abe National Canners
association at a recent convention
in Buffalo, N. Y., according to
word received in Salem.
Allan Kafoury, of Kafoury
Bros., will leave on a business trip
to Portland today. lie expects
to be absent from the city the re
mainder of the wfek.
Railroad men in the city nn
business yesterday included D. D.
(National Crop Improvement Service.
RIDING along a country road
you will notice that nearly all
of the barns built d""lng a cer
tain period are more or less alike.
This Is due to the habit of Imita
tion, or, perhaps, because a local
carpenter and builder knew how to
build that kind of a barn. There
is, however, a vast Improvement in
farm architecture. You seldom see
a sew bam built now with any
thing but a gambrel roof, and a
glance at the illustration will give
yon sufficient reasons. Notice the
difference la storage capacity.
Seldom, If ever, a dairy barn Is
now built without a concrete floor
reinforced to keep it from crack
ing; generally the first story is
also made of reinforced concrete:
the stanchions and carrier mannre
uuny, traveling ireigni agent ior
the Northern Pacific, and Charles
E. Burnett, freight and passenger;
agent for the Rock Island railroad.
Both men have their headquar
ters In Portland.
Bert Hill, who ia connected with -
the Vick Brothers motor company
was a ' Portland business visitor
Mr. and Mrs. I. A. Warren were.
recent visitors In the city .from .
HRlsboro men in the city yes-
terday Included R. P., Eand Al
bert Landauer. -
I. M. Langen, of McMlnnvllle,
was In Salem Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Luke D. Warner,
of Dallas, Were in Salem yester- "
Mrs. Myra L. Shank, police ma
tron, was a recent Portland vis
itor. ' '"
W. W. Chadwick, president of the
Central Stage & Terfminal hotel
eompany, and M. A. Reed, manag
er of the Central Motor Bus com- ;
pany, left for Rpseburg yesterday
where they will meet with other
Btage men in an effort to re-ar-s
range time schedules.
Harry W. Mason, of Albany, was
a recent Salem visitor. .
Roger B. Miller, of Dallas, was ,
in Salem, Tuesday.
' B. J. Neal was in the city yes
terday from Turner.
. Harwood Hall, who recently re
turned from Seattle, where he had
business before the federal courts, ;
will leave for the Puget Sound
city again tonight. Mr. Hall Is ;
superintendent of the Chemawa -
Mr, and Mrs. Roy Shields, of'
Portland, were In the city yester
day. They attended the Kiwanls ;
club ladies' night at the Marion
hotel, last night.
If she knows the history of all'
the movie stars, 'she Is a wizard
with a can opener.
Ease your tight, aching' chest. 1
Uop the pain. Break up the con
jestiora. Feel a bad cold loosen
tp in just a short time. vT "
"Red Pepper Rub". is the cold
remedy that brings quickest relief.
It cannot hurt you and it' certain
ly seems to end the tightness and
. . -. i . . . . ,
anve me cuueesuoa ana HareneKi
right out. f
Nothing has such concentrated, ,
penetrating heat as red peppers,
and when heat penetrates1 right
down into colds, congestion, acb
ine muscles and sore, stiff la ia fa .
telief comes at once.
The moment you apply . Red
Pepper Rub you feel the tingling
heat. In three minutes the con
gested spot is warmed through
and through. When you are suf
fering from a cold, rheumatism,
backache, stiff neck or core mus
cles, just get a jar of Rowles Red
T- , m .
rcjiuer nuo, iuaue irom rea pep
pers, at any drug store. You will'
have the quickest relief known.
Always say "Rowles." Adv.
GRAIN AST) HAT
No. J wbest
No. 3 red wheat, sacked
..43a Q 481
ill 6 $it
in a si4 '
Clover hay. baled , H Q $14
Prices quoted are wholesale and ais
prices received by farmera. No retsA
prices sre given.
EGG 1, BUTTER, BTJTTXRFAT
Preamiry butter , 50c 51o
Butterfat delivered ..........5 1 e
Milk, per cwt. $3.21
Egg, selecta i. - 26a
Standards . 24e
Heavy ben 19a
Medium and lirM hens - ..-14a
PORK, MUTTON AND SERF
Hogs, top, 150 225 lg., cwt $7.50
Hogs, top, 225-275, cwt $7.00
Hogs, top, 275-300, cwt - .$8.50
r : v . . ac as
-.gill buwb, . w. ty.w
Rough besvy , , 04e 05a
Top Veal, dressed .09e
Cows 02 V4 Q 04 H
fixtures are bunt Into concrete and.
the litter Is carried to a concrete,
manure pit by an overhead cable!
carrier system. j
There is no excuse for building"
a barn "out of your head" because;
these problems have all beera
worked out exactly and yon can'
get plans and blue prints from,'
your local lumber yard, agrlcul-t
tural colleges or United States De-i
partment of Agriculture. - !
It does not pay to build makeJ
shift barns, because a properly
built barn Is a permanent Invest
ment and should be financed ac
cordingly. If you need the money
talk i over with your banker, tell
him how yon are situated and why
you want a better barn. If your
fflrmlntr methods are rlrfit there
will be little, difficulty la getting
I t&SLJftJV 1
COLD ITU HEAT
OF RED PEPPERS