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FIRE INSURANCE SOCIETY
W. H. BarghardtJr?
Resident Agsnt871 Stats St.
Money To Loan
Oa Resl Estate
' T. K. FORD
(Otot Ladd Both Bout!
AUTOMOBILES Repairing la
ESPERT AUTO REPAIRING
, W South Commercial
JACK DOERFEK MOTOR REPAIR
AUTOMOBILES Top lb
HULL'S top snop
25B state St.
WODLD YOU RENT, LEASE OR BUY
- 1186 Broadway; 1057 8. 12th; 475 N.
17th; 644 Ferryi 2180 S. Church; 960
"H.-Wlatw; "I N. Cottage;
B. Cottage. , AU art vacant, every
- obo has, bath and "hot water. Tbreo to
Ml rooms. Mako aa offer.
- BKCKK HENDRICKS
V. S. Bank Bldr. 3h-f14
j) FOR RENT Apartment 2a
A ROOM FLAT CLOSE IN AT 604 Ft
ry. ' Furnished or unfurnished. Ex
cellent -ooditloB. Vacant today.
" "'. " U. S. Bask Bids. 2a-fl4
FOR RENT NICELY FURNISHED
apartmeat, groaad floor. .Phono 1320J.
.--. V 2a-fl5
REASONABLE. TWO OR THREE ROOM
apartmeat with toilet aad bath. 735 X.
ONE ROOM AND KITCHENETTE ON
ground floor. Two room apartment up
stairs. 329 X. Church. 2a-fl5
TWO "LARGE I -ROOM APARTM ENT8
" 815 and 820. Sleepinr rooms by tho
.. week 93.60. Phono 630. 2s f 14
FURNISHED APARTMENT, TWO OR
.tbreo rooms, 918 aad 925. Also ga
Vrajre, . f 4 x month. 1132 Center. Phono
1949. r i , . 2a-fl4
4OOM FURNISHED APARTMENT,
with prirsu bath, doso la. Call at 303
. Oregon bldg. , 7? , 2s-fl0tf
SEW APARTMENT WITH ALL UOD-
om eonTooiences. For Inspection or res
r -rTations call Pattoa. Booh Store.
,, -- 2a-l7tf
FOR RENT AP AS. "MENT3,
: ' Commereial. -
FOR RENT Hoaaea
1IOU8E AND APARTMENTS ' 1 2056J.
Y ROOM BUNGALOW FOR RENT 585
B. Liberty. Phono 1728W. b-f7
; .. '.- fi FOR RENT Rooms ' 2e
FOR RENT OFFICE ROOMS,. SALEM
Bank of Commerce Bldg,
i'-OXE- - LARGE NEATLY FURNISHED
v housekeeping aad sleeping room. 194
.. 8,-Cotugo street. . 2c f20
BOARD AND ROOM WITH HOME AD-
C"3.-vantage. Phono 1942J. 2e-fl7
t , OFFICE ROOMS FOR RENT IN. BUSH
- '. . fireymaa block, hot water heat. . Ia
U ' t qaire room 22. Breyman block. 2e-f J2tf
" " fOR RENT APARTMENTS AND
sleeping rooms. Loonsrl hotel, 254 ,
. PRINTED CARDS. SIZE 14" BY
j wording' "Farniahwd Rooms," price 40
cents each. Statesmaa Business ui
i 1 ice. Ground floor. r
FOR SALE Miscellaneous) 4
WE BUY AND SELL ALL' KINDS' OF
junk, -herd ware, eloibln. ; Capitsl
arcsln . House and Junk Co.,' Center
,'Md-lront it tie ends'. -
FOR SALE INCUBATOR. Phone 93F3
890.00 PER MONTH INCOME. PORT
land residential property. Desirable
neirhborhood. on paved streets and
' trolly. 17 mioutrs from Third snd
' Washington, 93000, cskIi and $2067),
deferred narments. Owner. H. Ilarp-r.
1607 Virginia St, Portlsnd, Ore. 4 fl9
FOR SALE DRY 8ECOND-GROWTH fir
wood, 4 ft. for immediate delivery
Phone 106. 4-fl2tf
cheap. Phoae 118F2.
Yard near Auburn halL East Sa
lem. - Fruit and ant trees, small f raits
tt. Choice rose boshes, shrabs. and
- inM RxlaMl nrieea in all lines
Phono 111F9. Howsrd Jones. 4 f9tf
WINDMILL AND TANK CHEAP G. A.
Miller, 260 Maries. Phone evenings.
; i i . 4-il4
FOR SALE RHODE ISLAND RED
tiatetiinr vera " M. M. MaCOO. Route 6,
fiilra. Phono 81F25. 4-m2
mw nPJOHM'R GLADIOLUS CATA
logne, phone 1700 or address D. II. Up-
. lohiL. BBS no. iioertT. eaiem. i
TV j Nursery '
has a few of Dr. Bean's Big Preach
prune trees left; also walnut and fU-
W trmmm. .J J. Msthia. Rt.'T. SsleBS
Silverton hiebwar. Phoae 105F5. 4-tf
- HAVB YOUR FURNITURE OR AUTO
. eleaned and polished wrth ' "Kwik
shine ' or wui sen yoa tue material to
dm th wark voarselr. 60e and 81. Will
. also-eleaa your . wallpaper ahadea.
Axeata wanted, .r. O, ox Via r
Phoae 1820. - 4-lI5tf
FOR SALE OLD NEWSPAPERS 10
' cento a baadle. Cireulatioa depertmeat
Beautiful Oregon Rose
And eleven ether Oregon songs together
with a f iaa collection of patriotio songs.
sacred songs aad aaaay old-1 use xaToc
; itea. ,,
ALL TOR 5o.
s (Special prices ia quantity lots)
. especially adaptaoia lor acnooi
Jiy or atoaie atnainx. seaa in
, Western Songster
TO pages now ia Ha third editioa
- Pnbliahed.br f
' - OREGON TEACHERS MONTHLY
915 S. Oommerelal 8U ,, Salens. Or.
i ITNDIERWOOD TYPEWRITER CO.
i Have Mnr maehlao repaired by the
people who make it. Special rental
rate , to student. 900 Mssoaia uiag.
Phono S62. 3tf
One week (tlx Insertions) 8c
Ons month 20s
Six months' contract per no 15o
13 months' eoDtrmct, pr mo 18s
Minimum for any advertisement 25
FOR SALE Miscellaneous 4
CUSTOM HATCHING SAVE MONET
aa baby chix by using the big With
S22, Inltr. Lloyd Loo. Phoao
PRINTED CARDS SIZE 14" BY 'IVk'
waning - jror Bale, inquire at." Price
10 coots each. Stateemaa Business
"nr, nmnnd Floor.
FOR SALE LIreatock 4
FOR SALE WEANED
SEVEN GOOD MILK COWS, FRESH
coming irem, lor tale. W. U.
Sodennaa, Jeff'rsoo, Ore. Bt. '1. Sa
lem. Phorte 49F23. 4a flOtf
HELP WANTED Female 5b
WANTED AN EXPERIENCED GIRL
lor general housework. ' References. Ia
quire 290 Nr Front St. 5b-fl4
HELP WANTED Male Oc
SELL MADISON "BSTTEtt Vinir.
SHIRTS direet from our faster to
wearer. No. capital or experience re
quired. Easily sold. Big profits. Write
for FREE SAMPLES. MADISON
iii.i.H. vatia Broadway. Mew York.
HELP WANTED Miscellaneous Sd
WANTED MEN AND WOMEN TO
mko farm paper aubaeriptiona. A good
yvwMuvB w id, ngnt people. AO
roes too racuie Homestead. 81
nldg.. Salom. Or.
PULL BLOOD BARRED ROOK BREED-
ing cocxereis for sale. 1 year old.
Price 93 each. Mrs. H. H. Mumford.
x-nono 51F3. 7a-fl4
B. I. RED COCKERELS. EXCELLENT
airam, lor sale. Phone 1877W. or call
at 805 N. 16th. 7a-fl3
THE AVERAGE HEN DOES NOT PAY
a prom, rureored bens bred to lay
pay big profits, aad have made hun
dreds of poultry men wealthy. Four
teen trios of world chsmpion pore
bred chickens will be given free to am
bitious men, women, boys aad girls.
Send name and address and full infor
mation will be mailed. Purebred
vnicsen editor, Siorthweet Poultry Joar
nal, Salem, Oregon. Dep't. A. 7a-j30tf
REAL ESTATE City 8
NEW BUNGALOW, CORNER LOT, GA
rmge, aioy. uertrnde J. M. Page.
HOME BUILDING T.OAVa
' I am ia a position to handle loans
on city residences 0r for Horn Bnild.
ing purposes oa the Sa Tings and Loan
Association plsn of monthly psyments
i A. V. WCUlitA ST CUT
147 No. Com. St. Salem. Oregon.
WELL 'BOUGHT REAL ESTATE IS AN
INVESTMENT WITH. AN
Can 0U beat thisf 7 room hnnrx
low, full cenunt hskeraent, furnace, fire
place, garage, fine fruit trees. Onlr
f4000 and eay terms. On paved street.
Nice grocery and confectionery store
in gooa aney town. JJomg good bus
mess. ( Price very reasonablt-. You
should -inretttifCite this.
Well built o room baPKslow, base
inent, garage. A snap at 93400.
New 4 . room bungalow, basement
niga ground, rer s-jiuo; aad easy
lernis. . .
Think of tbis buy:, 4 room bungs
low; breakfast nook, part basement,
92jOO. You might name your own
,A fine jdsiry firm for rent, fully
stocked and equipped, will sell stock
We write insurance.
Always money to losn on real es
tate, if it is a bouse, lot, lira or a
trade, aeo me,
RICH- I. REIMANN
Offire Phoae 1013 Res. Phone 726R
' 308 Oregon Bldg. 8 M4tf
FIVE ROOM HOUSE, LARGE LOT
S3200, with additional lot. 9360O
Uertrnde J. M. Page. 8-fl4tf
A 6 room bouse. 4 rooms nlsslered
Large living and dining room, built-
ins in kitchen. Bsth and toilet. Lot
with some fruit trees. Price 91900
B300 down; 2o per rco.
A neat, comfortable 5 room house
electric lights, bsth, toilet. Range,
beater, linoleum and kitchen treasure
go with it 91800.
J. A. MILLS
3316 state St. 8 f 15
FOR SALE TEN ACRE TRACT ON
paved highway. All clear, $1000; easy
terms. Ten acre tract, orchard and
buildinss. 93500. Small house and
two good lots 9600. Four room bouse
92500 ; v essy terms. Five room mod
era bungalow. 94200. Eight room
modern bungalow 98000. 35 acre dairy
ranch 12800. Exchange equity ia. six
room house for lots up to 8300. . 10
acres close tn for house. For rent 5
room bungslow 923. Ten acre tract
with buildings and orchard 915. Sis
room bouse 916. F. L. Wood. 34
State St.' 8fl3tf
BUSINESS CORNER.- 920,000
BU8INES8 CORNER.. , 16,000
BUSINESS CORNER. . :. 8,000
Gertrude J. M. Page 8-fl4tf
BEFORE BUYING INVESTIGATE OUR
listing of city or farm property. 8-fl4
... 912 Oregon Bldg.
' . GOOD BUYS
5 room plastered house snd garage.
on pared street, pavement paid 91800
8 room- plastered oonae 8800.
5 rooms largo lot. with fruit. 92000.
A good home on. paved, street price
14000. : Will trade for small improved
Good 6 room bona and bara 4 lots
with some fruit. A good bny for 91650
THOMASON. 331 IA State St. . 8-fl2tf
ARE YOU RENTING A SMALL HOUSE 1
Yon don't have to. We have many
homes for sale like rent. Today w
have six brand new small houses of
three to six rooms that 9200 to 9500
down .will take.. Immediate posjessioa
' Every1 one haa plaster, bath and hot
water. Becke & Hendricks. U. 8.
Bank bldg. 8 flOtf
PAY RENT TO YOURSELF BUY A
strictly modern, honestly built bunga
low on rent paying plaa. Immediate
possession. Phono 841: after 6 p. m
454M. : ,., i fl7
5 ROOM FLAT FOR RENT .VERY
close In. at 664 Ferry: furnace, gas,
.' etc, 945, furnished, or would rent an
. fnenishad. . Vaeant . todv.Jleeke J
Hendricks. U. S. Baa bldg. S-flOtX
n I tuAHa " ir nnuT hh iriih mm n
n I i i - i ' ' i i- i i i - I
CLOSE IN OLD HOUSE 32000; BV8I-
mm corner, bringing till ' monthly :
85250. Oirtrude J. M. Page. 8-fl4tf
FORCED TO SELL
LEAVING CITY MARCH 1.
My modern bungalow, 5 rooms, base
ment, electric lights, bath, built-ins.
Practically new, good location. 1 like
Salem but I have been transferred to
take charge of a business in another
city. Will sacrifice for $3000; or
with furniture $3400; terms. Mr. bsr
gain Seeker, let Child A Bechtel, 540
State street, show you s real snap.
v TODAY'S SPECIALS
New 5 room plastered bungalow,
lights, bath, paved street, ear line.
Owner leaving city. PVice 91800; terms
or 91750 for cash. Childa A Bechtel.
540 State street. 8-fl2tf
11-BOOM HOUSE, CLOSE IN AND Ex
cellent condition; arranged for renting
rooms. Yob will like this home and in
vestment. Vacant. Bcke A Hend
ricks, U. S. Bank bldg. 8 flOtf
9-ROOM HOU8E, CLOSE IN. IN Ex
cellent condition; basement, 93200;
terms anv one can handle.
8 -room house, strictly modern, very close
in, corner lot, foouo.
room strictly modern ome, in best resi
dence district, close ia, 95500; owned
6-room strictly modern homo in Esst Sa
lem, hardwood floors, 95500.
You must see these to appreciate them
WISSIK PETTYJOHN, Realtor,
216 Oregon Bldg. 8-fl0tf
PRINTED CARDS. SIZE 14" BY 7V4"
wording, "Kooms to Kent," price 10
cents each. Statesman Business Of
fice. Ground Floor.
ATTRACTIVE NEW HOME WELL Lo
cated, corner lot, paved street, garage.
Beautifully furnished throughout 88H00.
Gertrude J. M. Page. 8 fl4tf
Best Buys and
24 acres, 10 commercial fruit in bear
Ing. balance in grain. 1. room house.
baro, garage, sheds. 1 V4 miles out tbe
Garden road, the best of location.
97500; 93000 cash, balance 3 to 6
5 acres, modern bungalow, in city,
exchange for 80 to 120 acres.
5 room modern bunrslow. fall base
ment, very close in, 93150 9600 cash,
balance 935 monthlr.
, SOCOLOFSKY. Realtor
341 8tate St. 8-f9tf
WE NEED MORE LISTINGS ON ME
dium priced town properties. Have I
number of applications, on hand. Come
ia aad see us. The' Flemiae Realty
Co.. 341 State at. 8-f3tf
FOR 8ALE A GOOD TEN ROOM house
suitable for apartments. 5 blocks from
business center. Call owner for terms
Phone 2022J. 8 J22tt
PRINTED CARDS, SIZE 14" BY 74",
wording "For Kent," price 10 cents
each. Etatesmaa' Business Office, oa
NEW BUNGALOW. CORNER LOT, Wood
in basement. 95000. Gertrude J. M
REAL ESTATE Trades 8a
10 SHARES OF COIN CONTROLLED
locker stock and some cash lor cheap
ear. Call at 396 N. 23rd St. 8a-U4
REAL 'ESTATE Farms
WANTED SMALL FARM WHAT HAVE
you to offer! Party wishes to buy
small farm and pay as follows: Trade
modern Minn, home tame 96000; pay
cash 91000 to 92000 and would as
sume mortgage up to 94000. Tour
farm mut be well located and worth
tbe money. See
W. H. GRABENHORST k CO.
275 State St. 9-114
WE WRITE ALL FORMS OF
HOWELL PRAIRIE FARM PHONE
REAL ESTATE Timber Oa
A good piece of timber, all grub oak.
1 1-4 miles to R. R. switch; some
stump land: about 40 a. plow land
amall bouse and barn. Enough wood
to pay for place. Price 98000; 1 1000
down and 9500 per year, 6 per cent.
See J. A. MILL8,
331 State Bt.
REAL ESTATE To Exchange. Ob
WEST SALEM HOME WANTED IN EX
change for 6 room bungalow on 18th
street, rood bunrslow with basement.
built-in kitchen, garage, well worth
83000. West Salem would be near
WINNIE PETTYJOHN. Realtor
216 Oreeon Bldg. 9-M4
REAL ESTATE Suburban 10
10 -A TRACT. CLOSE IN, ALL IN
cultivation; good buildings, iruu, per
ries; on paved road. For particulars
call or write ownfr, E. B. Perrine.
Phone 104F21. . 10-flOtf
FOR QUICK SERVICE AT LOWEST
rates can Aea lop wu. jraone iruw
Dar and bight service.
USED CARS FOR SALE 11
We Need Room
And we're going to trade yoa any
used car in our atock for anything of
like value. What have you ! A lot,
a piano, a phonograph we'll take any
of them aa part or full payment oa
one of our used cars. . A big stock to
choose from, both heavy and light.
Phone 635 or 1135J.. or call at 219
State and ssk for Olesofl. Ilfl4
CERTIFIED PUBLIC MOTOR CAR
1918 Hudson touring.. 8225.00
1919 Dodge touring 9330.00
1923 Dodge touring, may extras 9770.00
1921 Stndebaker touring. Big Six, 8800.00
1922 Oskland touriag ..9700.00
1923 Ford touring- 8300.00
1923 Chevrolet touring 9450.00
1923 Chevrolet touring 9340.00
1920 Chevrolet touring 9310.00
Two-wheel trailer, nearly new 960.00
We have a few Forda for 850 to 875.
1917 Maxwell touring 875.00
(Tirs and battery- are with price of car)
THE HOUSE OF USED CAR BARGAINS
255 N Church St. Il-fl4tf
FRANKLIN TOURING. 9B. TRAVELED
13,000 miles; recently overhauled; geta
' 25 miles oa gallon and 20.000 miles on
aet cord tires. Cost $2250. snsp at
9875. Apply to Statesmen. U-flOtf
GOOD U8ED CARS GINGRICH Mo
tor Co 319 SUte. al-tf
USED FORD CARS FROM AN
AUTHORIZED FORD DEALER
1917 touring 9 93.00
' 1920 touring.
1923 roadster .
, 1923 sedan
j 1933 truck . , 850.00
1921 delivery-----: 200.00
Other ears from 845 aad up.
All esrs sre guarsateed.
See as before Buying.
Liberal terms; opea evenings aad
V ALLEY MOTOR CO. "
- Psoas 1993- 260 No. High
USED CARS AT PRICES THAT WILL
11924 License on All
Ford touring 9 65.00
Chevrolet 490 1OC.00
Buiek roadster 100.00
Ford touring 165.00
Baby Grand Chevrolet 200.00
Elgin touring zou.uo
Overland 90 260.00
Baby Grand Chevrolet 395.00
Essex touring 495.00
Dodge touring 595.00
Many others for yoa to select from.
Come in and look them over. We give
F. W. PETTYJOHN CO
219 N. Commercial St., Salem, Oregon.
WANTED EMPLOYMENT 12
EXPERIENCED COOK AND HOUSE-
keeper wishes position as housekeeper
or cook in small csmp. Address 2517
csre Statesman. 12-f 17
WANTED Miscellaneous 13
PLOWING DONE GARBAGE REMOV-
ed. Phone 945J. 13-121
MONEY WANTED WILL ASSIGN
interest in a valuable invention to party
who will patent ssme. Cost about
8100. 396 N. 22rd St. 13-fl4
WANTED FIR WOOD HAULED FROM
Sidney to Salem. Carl Abrams, 2I. S.
Com ! st. Phone 106. 13 f lOtf
WANTED TO RENT. WITH PRlvI-
lege of baying, small place, clofce to
Salem; must be good location anl good
house. Addresa 242S, care Statesman.
WOOD FOR SALE
DRY SECOND GROWTH FIR 87.50 per
cord delivered. Phone 19F3. Mayfield.
LARGE, DRY, SECOND-OROWTH FIR,
97.25; 16-inch old fir, ?9.00. Phone
WELL SEASONED WOOD, of all kinda.
Phone 4214. S. J. Yates. I4mw-
DO YOU WANT GOOD WOOD AT REAS-
onsble prices I Then call 1879 W (or
aah, old or second growth fir. Prompt
FOR DRY WOOD CALL 0. D. QUERY,
Phone 77F3. Mi
BEST GRADE OF WOOD
4 ft. and 16 inch green mill wood
Dry mill wood
Dry second growth fir
Dry old fir.
16 iaeh BLOCK mill wood is the beet
fuel to lave your dry wood. Prompt
delivery and reasonable price. Fred
. Wells, 380 hV Church. Phoae. 1542.
PUBUC NOTICES :
Notice is bereby given 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 Airdale
dog with bobtail. The above de
scribed dogs will be killed if not
redeemed by owners, on, or,, before
February 17th, 1924, as provided
in said Ordinance.
W. S. LOW,
February 12, 1924. fl9
Harbingers of spring, the lowly
onion sets, made their appearance
upon the local markets Wednes
day. These are selling at two
pounds for a quarter. Fresh green
Oregon onions are available at 10
cents a bunch.
Local priees on cabbage have
advanced to 7 cents a pound as a
result of a rise in wholesale prices
resulting in the highest figures
were sent out from Mrs. Fulker-
heads are solid and are of ex
cellent quality. The prices here
tofore have been 5 and 6 cents a
GRAIN AND HAY
No. 2 wheat 9X
No. 3 red wheat, sacked. , 90
UatS .. 450 69 481
912 & 914
Clover hay, baled $12 & $U
-Prices quoted are wholesale and ait
prices received by farmers. No ratal
priees are given,
EGGS. BUTTER. BUTTE RFAT
Creamery butter 50e 51c
Butterfat delivered . 51c
Milk, per cwt. .12.24
Eggs, selects -26c
. Standards 24c
Hesvy bens Z 19e
Medium and light hens .- 14c
PORK. MUTTON AND BEEF
Hogs, top, 150-225 lgs., cwt 97.60
Hoea. too. 225-275. cwt 87.00
Hogs, top. 275-300, cwt .i.9fl.50
Light sows, cwt 95.00
Rough heavy 04c 05e
02A Qt 04ft
I GENERAL MARKETS I
PORTLAND, Feb. 13. Grain
futures: Wheat, blue stem and
baart, February, 11.02; March,
$1.01: soft white, western white,
February, March, 11.01; northern
spring, February, March, 97c;
hard winter, western red, Febru
ary, March, 96c.
MINNEAPOLIS. Feb. 13. No.
1 northern wheat, $1.15 to $1.19;
No. 1 dark northern spring, choice
to fancy, $1.23 to $"1.29; good to
choice, $1.19 to $1.22; ordinary
to good. $1.16 to $1.19; May,
$1.15; July, $L16tt;' September,
LIVERPOOL, Feb. 13. Close:
Wheat, 1 to ld lower; March,
9s, 4d; May, 8s, lld; July, 8s
,BUENOS AIRES. Feb. 13.
Opening: Wheat, c lower.
. NEW YORK, Feb. 16. Evapo
rated apples, quiet; prunes steady;
apricots, ; quiet; peaches, more
doing. ' " 'V- '
Of Reliable Business
FREEMAN ST RUBLE, REGISTERED
Architects, 510 Bank . of Commerce
Room 15, Breyman Block
Phone 484 or 121 1J fl-tf
WILLAMETTE JUNK, CO.
Metal, Tags, papt-r. Auto wrecking.
Repairing. Parts for all cars 50 to 75
per. cent off list price. 975 N. Com'l.
Phone 588. f-8tf
, BATTERY AND ELECTRICIAN
PRESTO-LITE BATTERY SERVICE
Station. Expert battery and electrical
work. . Ferris Bros., Phone 1803, 418
R. D. BARTON EXIDE BATTERIES
tarter aad generator work; 171 South
' BICYCLES AND REPAIRING
LLOYD E. RAMSDEN DAYTON BICY
cles and repairing; 387 Court.
BIRDS, FLOWERS AND PETS
FLAKE'S PETLAND, BIRDS, FLOWERS
Pets, via state.
CARPET AND RUG WEAVING
SALEM CARPET CLEAN I NO AND
Fluff Rug Works Rsg and fluff rugs
woven any sise . without scams. New
mattresses made to order. Old mat
tresses remade. Feathers renovated. I
buy all kinda of old carpets for fluff
rugs. 13 Vt and Wilbur streets. Phone
1154. Otto F. -wicker. Prop.
DR. L. T. DICK CURES ANY KNOWN
disease. 153 8. High St., Phone 283.
DR. 8. F. SCOTT, GRADUATE NA-
tional University Sciences, Chicago.
Masopjcempjie Phone flPl
DRS. SCOTT AV SCOFIELD, P. S. C.
Chiropractors, 414-19 U. 8. Bank Bldg.
Phone 8T; res, sza-rt.
CLEANERS AND DYER8
SALEM CLEANERS AND DYERS
Suite cleaned and pressed, fl.SU.
Suits sponged and pressed, 50c.
1215 8. Com. Phono 1868
CIVIL, CONSULTING. CONSTRUCTION
Constructing engineer. Burvays, esti
mates. Joe. H. Neef, 819 Oregon
Bldg. Phono 77a.
FOR CEMENT WORK CALL AT 436
N. 8ommer street. Phons 674 J.
CHERRY CITY CONTRACTING CO.
General contracting and building, ssti
matea gladly furnished. Phoae 1867R
or 59F13. d26tf
Dressmaking, rope-stitching, pinking.
Hand work. 352 N. 12th St. Phone
DRESSMAKING AND DESIGNING
Carrie Fisher, McCeraaek Bldg., over
Millers. - nl5tf
PRINTED CARDS SIZE 14" BY 7 is"
wording ."Dressmaking price 10
cent each. Statesman Business Office
WM. NEIMEYER "JUST DRUGS,
175 N. Commercial. FlioieliL
SALEM ELECTRIC 00.-
building. Phone 1200.
ELECTRIC FIXTURES AND SUPPLY
Co. Phoae 1934, 222 N. Liberty;,
ARCHIE FLEENER, ELECTRICIAN
Houae wiring by hour or contract.
timates furnished. Phone 9d0. 414
HALIK'S ELECTRIC SHOP ELEC
irieal machine repairing, ' contracting.
337 Otmrt. Phone 488.
POCLTRYMEN SEXD EIGHT TWO
cent stamps for special three months'
trial for the best aad oldest Journal in
the west. The. articles and advertise
ments ere of special interest to the
Soul try breeders of the Northwest,
orthwest Poultry JournsU 211 Com
mercial street, Salem, Oregon.
IF YOU WANT TO GET THE BEST
farm paper, send 15c to the Pacific
Homestead, Salem, Oregon for a three
months trisl subscription. Mention
Farm and City.
Most liberal ratea and payment
HAWKINS A ROBERTS.
205 Ore. Bldg. Sslem, Ore.
CHERRY CITY CONTRACTING CO.,
Genera! contracting and building esti
mstes glsdly furnished. Phone 1867R
or 69F12. 2(U
6 LOANS UNDER RESERVE SYSTEM
on city or farm property. Reserve De
posit company, 72 Fourth Street, Port-
. land. Or.
FARM LOANS LESS INTEREST,
longer 'time, no commission. Protects
againtV adversity. City loans, lowest
rates, monthly instalments, pre psy
meat privileges. J. C. Siegmnnd. room
2, over Ladd A Bnah bank.
LOANS LOANS LOANS
I can make your farm or city loans, best
service given. If you need a loan, see
me; and if yon have money to place,
aee me I always hsve takers. G. W.
Laflar, Oregon bldg.
No additional erpense
406 Oregon Building
CUT FLOWERS, WEDDING BOUQUETS
f nneral wreaths, decorations. C. T.
Breithanpt. floriat, 123 N. Liberty
SEAGROVE FOR FURNACES SIBI.I
coe Pipeless, 885, 1165 Ferry St.,
Phnne S5W o24tf
SALEM MORTUARY. FUNERAL DIREC-
tor. 210 Center. Phone 150.
HEMSTITCHING. . STAMPING, PLEAT
tng. The Petite Shop, Room 6, over
SALEM ELITE H EM8TIT0HI NG
pleating, buttous, stamping and needle
su uregoa- Bldg. t-ooae
MRS. a E. MILLER HEMSTITCHING
stamping, buttons. Room 10, over Mil
ler's stors. Phono 117. ..
and Professional Firms Arranged in Alphabetical
Order for Quick Reference
GIESE FURNITURE CO. Q U A L I T Y
furniture lor less money. 372 U'ourt,
PEOPLE'S FURNITURE STORE NEW
and second hand furniture; 271 N.
DR. L. G. ALTMAN. HOMEOPATHIST.
Does a general practice. Treats Goiter.
Gsll Stones, and Dropsy, arising from I
diseases of hesrt, liver or kidneys
without operation. Office snd resi
dence, 296 N. Liberty St, Salem, Or.
D. . H. MOSHER TAILOR . FOR MEN
and women, 474 court at.
I3i i I I ii 4 ii ii saaca
SALEM -LAUNDRY COMPANY, 316 S.
Liberty atreet. Phono 25. oldest -largest
best. Established 1889.
CAPITAL CITY STEAM LAUNDRY
Quality work: prompt service; 1264
Broadway. Phoae 163.
i - " i -
COURT STREET CHRISTIAN CHURCH
Msternity Home and Rest Sanitarinm,
1899 State. Phone 527. jll
l"i i in iMBeaasa
MOUNTAIN BALM COUGH REMEDY
A COURSE IN BUSINESS PIANO
plsying.: Popular syecopated standard
music. Semi-classic and ballads 12
lpssone. Waterman Piano School. Mc-
SHERMAN, CLAY CO., PIANOS
Bteinwsys, vue-Art and others. Aioore s
Music House, 415 Court Street.
GEO. C. WILL PIANOS, PHONO-
graphs, aewing machines, aheet music.
and oiano atudies. Renairina phono
graphs and sewing machines; . 432
State street, Salem.
TRADE YOUR OLD PIANO FOR A NEW
Victor or Brunswick. II. L. Stiff 1 urm-
tore Co., Mnaic Dept.
DR. A. SLAUGHTER ACUTE AND
chronic diseases; 41a Oregon Bldg.
FRUIT TREES, SHRUBS AND ROSES.
Near Auburn ball, East Salem. ortn
western Nursery. Phone 111F3. m9'
FRUIT. NUT AND SHADE TREES
Pearcy Bros, 237 State.
muPLETE link trees small I
fruits, ornamentala. Capital City Kur-
Sery C... 426 Oregon Bid,, Phone 75.
glasses fitted BY the bow op-
ticai Co.. 825 state Btrert, opposite
Proven Shur-ons." .
MORRIS OPTICAL COMPANY ORE-
gon Bldg. Rooms 301 to 304.
PAPERHANGING AND PAINTING
PHONE GLENN ADAMS FOR HOUSE
decorating, paper hanging, tinting, etc
TEN CENT KALSOMINE IN BEAUTI-
ful colors: 81 does a room. Mox U.
Buren, 179 N, Commercial.
PHYSICIAN OF PHYSIOTHERAPHT
dr. jackson. doctor of PHYSI -
otherapy, treats alignments, women's
ailments especially; 265 N. Commercial
street. Phone 2005M.'
EDWARD WELP EXPERIENCED Pi
ano tuner. Leave orders Will's Music
PI.l'VRr-(l ANI GENERAL REPAIR
work. Grabcr Bros., 141 S. Liberty,
Phone Siuv. iu
PLUMBING REPAIRING AND COIL
work. Phone 1397-J. Shop 12T Union
street. A. L. todlrey.
MAYFIELD SCAVANGER SERVICE.
Garbage and, refusals of all kinds re
moved. Pbone 19f'3.
SOOS SCAVENGER SERVICE CESS
pools eleaned and deed animals removed
Garbage and refuse of all kinda remov
ed by the month. Reasonable rates
Phones: Office 529; residence 2058.
RADIATORS, TENDERS, ETC.
RADIATORS, FENDERS, BODIES mads
or repaired. J. C. Bair, 236 State St.
SECOND HAND GOOD!
WANTED EVERYTHING IN CLOTH
ing and shoes. Best prices psid. Cap
ital. Exchange; 842 Worth commercial
Phone 1368 w.
STOVES AND STOVE REPAIRING
STOVES REBUILT AND REPAIRED
40 yeara experience. Depot National
fence, sizes 26 to 28 in. high. Paints,
oils and vsrnishea, etc., loganberry and
hop hooks. Salem' Fence and Stove I
Works, 250 Court street. Phone 124.
CENTRAL MOTOR BUS LINE
Control Stage Terminal, Salem, Oregoa. j
Leaves Salem. 7: 15 a. m.; 9:15 a. at.
11:15 a m- 1:15 V- m. : 3:15 p.
5:15 p. m. 7:80 p. m.; to Corvallia only.
PARKER'S STAGE LINES
J. W. Parker, General Manager
Central Stage Terminal Salem, Oregoa.
Leaves Sslem, Central Stage Terminal
7 a. m; 11 a. m. ; 3 p. m.
' Leaves Silvertoa News Stand:
9 a. m : 1 p.' ra 6 p. m.
Salera-Indpendence-Moomouth Division '
Leavea Salem, Central Stage Terminal:
7 a. m. ; 9 a. m.; 11:10 a. m.; 9:10 p. m.
5:10 p. m.
Leaves Monmouth, Monmouth Hotel:
8:15 a. m.; l p. m. : 6:15 p. m.
Leavea Independence, Beaver Hotel :
8:30 a. m.; 9:50 a. m.; 1:15 p. a
4 p. m.: 6:30 p. m.
Leaves Central Stage Terminal, Sals 4
for Dallas at:
7 a. m. ; 11:10 a. m. 8:10 p.
Leaves Gail Hotel. Dallas at
8 a. m. : 1 p. in.: 6:15 p. m.
We make connections at Salem to ah
parts of the valley. , Extra trips by ap
T W PtRKTU General Manager
TRANSFER AND HATJXZNO
WE MOVE. STORE AND SHIP HOCSE
hold gooda. Our speeralty ia piano aad
furniture moving. We also mako coun
try trips. We handle tho beat coal aad
wood. Call oa us for prices. We glvs
good measure, 'good quality aad good
1 service. Larmar "transfer Co. Phoae 930
piriTit. rrrv TB.awssr.it no 2
8Ute Bt. fnout 33. uistriDBting, lor-
warding nd stortgs tu specialty. Got
TRANSFER AND HAULING
OF A 1-X.
krnd. Phone 19F3.
FRED W. LANGE, VETERINARIAN -.
Office 220 South Liberty. Phons 1191
Res. Phone 1948J. m9
SALEM WATER, LIGHT A POWER CO
Office, 801 South Commercial St. Tea
per cent discount oa domestic - flat
rates psid in advance. No deduction!
for sbsence or any cause unless water
Willamette Speakers Will
Meet Eastern and West
Announcement of the lineups
for tha first three Willamette
men's varsity debates was made
public last night by E. W. Erik
son. coach of the cardinal and
In the first debate with the
University of Wyoming; here on
March 24. Robert Notson and
Ralph Emmons will represent Wi!
In : the second contest with
here on, April 3. Robert Notson
Ward Southworth. and ' Ralph
Emmons will; participate. k
In the thirti. a dual meet with
Whitman college on April 7, Ward
Southworth and Warren Day will
speak on the affirmative and
I Ralpn Emmons and Victor Caf 1
t .. neEat,w-
1 " w
The appointment' to -member
snip on the otirer teams will not
be made until later when they will
. . . t ma . . -
maae irum me five men taamg
part in the first group. On April
12, Willamette will meet Washing
ton State college In a dual debate.
Southern California on April 14.
and possibly the College of Puget
Sound in a dual on April 20.
All of the contests will be on
the questions "Resolved: That
the United States should enter tha
World Court," or "Resolved:
1 That the United States should
enter tne world court with the
Harding, reservations." Against
Wyoming Willamette will uphold
the negative of the second quea
Hon, against tbe Michigan aggies
the affirmative of the first, and
against' the University of South
em California the affirmative ot
!. . j - rant. a a a
I ot:.uuu. x uc uiuer.ueua.tea
will be dual meets in Which Wil-
lamette will enter both a negative
and affirmative team. -
Corn -No. 2 eastern yellow
shipment, February, $31.50; Mar
AITH BALDWIN, author of
the novels. "Ma Is of Green
Hill" and -Laurel of Stony
Stream", and many poems,
believes in making her dreams
coma true when it comes to ex
pressing herself In the culinary art
aa well aa In literature. ; Here ahe
Is getting ready for tha famous
dream cake for which the recipe
la aa follows:
lVh cupfula svgur. 1 cupfuls
milk. 54 cake chocolate,' 2 tea
spoonful vanllia extract, 2 eggs,
t cupfuls flour, 4 cupful vegetable
1 1 i . i . - . . ,
I nonr-ning. , i teaspoon; ui
I awuis,- uuiapvonigis wwuiuaj
j water, M teaspoonful" Salt.
P ' I I J . ,1... v ; t . '
II ' li Wf . 4 . - - fv
Uf - 4 vsNtesT w'J
"f I J
Li. V. I w 4
P '' Ji (PJ
IS PRICE FIXED
Loganberry Growers Ex.'
change Adopts Determ
ined Resolution Here
Loganberry growers will hot dis
pose of their fruit unless they re- "
celve a minimum price of S cents
a pound, according to a resolution
passed at a meeting ot the Logan- . ,
berry Growers exchange, held at
the chamber of commerce rooms
Wednesday. After much discus
sion regarding . prices this resoju- '
tion was adopted. ' All : crower
were urged to stand pat and' not
sell for any price under this. That
the farmer and the gTOwer were v
the only business men who do not
fix their own prices, was brought
out at the meetings . s . Jl ( -
At least 50 per cent of the logan
berry vines will be i" total loss .
this year as a result of the freete,
it was declared. While the per
centage is greater In certain sec-
lions and less in others, it was1
believed this is a general state
ment of conditions.1 As a result -'
of the frown vines it was antici
pated that several, growers would
not pick their fruit this year and
that the fruit -grown would not'
provide a bumper crop.. The mar
keting end of the question was al
so discussed. ' ' ' :i4V , iry:1-
Meetings similar to the one held
here were held in Sublimity and
Albany yesterday, at which places
it was expected the question ot
prices would be the chief topic Ji
discussion." - . . .
I BRUSH COLLEGE
Mr. and Mrs. U. O. Lehman at
tended the ' Zeha Sunday school
last Sunday. ; '
Mr. Whitney and Mr. Ewing
helped the school celebrate Lin
coln's birthday. '.. ;
. Prayer' meeting will be held at
McCalls Thursday evening.
Mrs. F. Kron, Sr., made a busi
ness trip to: Portland, laBt week, r
' Little Katherine Singer, who has
been quite' 111 ia improving rapid-
Marlon Lehman of Salem visit
ed the .Brush College 4 Leb mans
Monday night. : - ;
1 Brush College Helpers wilt meet
at Mrs. ' Bnell's ThuredAy.
The ParentTeacher meeting
enjoyed some very fine pictures ol
Oregon flowers. . They were taken
by Mr. Panics by the color, pho
tography process, Violin musi
was played, by Mrs. Holman. ac
companied by Mrs. Dennlson. Th,
Muneon sisters' sang. - Margaret
Jaeger, .Vivian and Tom Burton.
Annie Singer, Katie Krall and
Evelyn Munson gave ; recitations.
A very instructive talk on care of
the teeth' was given by' Dr. Blod
tett. PROUD OF DANDELION'S
WALLA j WALLA, . Wash., Feb.
13. -Dandelions and violets are in
bloom here and 48 above was tbe -lowest
temperature registered last
night and SS was the maximum. to
day. So far fruit buds, however,
have not swelled so that there is
no danger It a cold snap comes.
Not every woman marries av man
to reform him, but most, of them
try It later. . , . "
Put M cupful . of sugar into a
saall sauce pa. n. suld chocolato and
1 cupful milk. Put pn the stove :
and sUr till It bolls five minutes,
stirring now and then. - Remove
from fire, add vanilla and aet aatdo
to caoL ' Beat the vegetable short
ening and , remainder of Sugar to
a tight cretun, then add eggs well
beaten and beat two minutes. Now
add remainder of mllR, soda dis
solved tn boiling water, flour, aalt,
and chocolate, mixture. Mix care
fully and' divide Into.' two ' large
greased .and floured layer tins and
bake In moderate oven twenty-five
nrlnutea ! Turn to cool and put
together with boiled frosting. ,