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Ulassifiecl Sdctibo Salem's Qreat Market Place
J V7 AXT K D mUcel Ianeous is
sTEl SMADL CAR OR BUG. Phone
:. , 13-jne31
; IT WANTED CURRANTS, Royal
ne and KentUh cherries. Barreled
; rawberrie. Also have a proposition
offer en 1-snherrtes. Ward K.
iobiHson. 239." N. Front. 13-jne22
XTKD IMMEDIATELY A Furnished
oe, close is. Address 3628, rare
VTED MORE APARTMENTS AND
oases to rent. Mrs. Atoyer, 147 N.
om'l. St. Koom 6. 13-jnel8tf
JEMENT DIGGING AMD TEAM wort
y centre. Call iF. lS-aprlfa
JJIERTIME IS HERE. DON'T JE.
:!eet your insurance. Insure and be
(. Mrs. Mayer. 147 N. Commercial
-U Boom ft. 13-jnel5tf
STED MKX AMD WOMEN Tt
ik Una paper tabscripUooa. foot
ropositioa to tae rtfhl people. A4
rau the Pacific Homestead, Htaltamat
jtds Salem. Or.
CIT WASTED STRAWBERRIES,
Currants, Royal .Anne' Cherries, Bar
reled Strawberries, Also hare a pro
position to offer on loganberries. Ward
K. Richardson. 2395 X. Front. 13-J22
OODBY THB AUCTIONEER BUT)
seed, femitaxa lor eeafc. Pheae fill
- . l-aprl
)T HOME UACNDRT WET WASH
and unused laundry, intoae 1756
ANTED FARMS IN MINNESOTA TO
trad for Oregon property. Mra. Mov
er. 147 N. Com' I. St. 13-jnel 8tf
3.ECTRIC AND ACETYLENE Welding
service, v. u. uppen, 34V JTerry and
17th and Oak. 14-jlylS
LOODSAWINO PHONE 142. 14-jlyl5'
XSCRE IN SURE INSURANCE. "CON-
eordia. Nona better. Mra. Moyer,
147 N. Commercial St. Room 6.
' - 14-jnelMf
REPARE NOW FOR A RAINY JAY
Tha root man, repair and repaint
your root while the sua shines.
Phono 167 . li jnelOtt
ANTED 10 CHERRY PICKERS FOR
Sunday morning. ' Orchard at Liberty.
Phone 34F4. - 13 jne2 J
HELP WANTED female 17
ANTED CAPABLE LADY FOR bouse-
work. Phone 1942M. 17 jncl9tf
HELP. WANTED male 18
IRST CLASS INSURANCE MAN wanted
at once for best proposition in state.
Iaeome. Accident insurance. Every pol
icy non-cancelable. - Mrs. Moyer. 147
N. Cora'!. St. Room ft. 18-jnelBtf
POULTRY AND EGGS 21
FOR SALE YOUNG ROOSTERS, 5e
each. C. A. Dowd, Auburn road.
LOST AND FOUND 22
LOST WHITE BULLDOG: BRIXDLE
(sea. Reward. Phone 1577 J.
LOST ON PACIFIC HIGHWAY, BE
-- tween South Salent and Woodburn,
Tuesday . m.. a brown leather suitcase
containing ladiea 'wearing apparel and
bedding. Please call 16UJ, Salem,
' Ore. Reward. 22-jne22
LOST SOMETHING FIND IT! PHONE
a want ad ie The Statesman. Phone 23
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WANTED GOOD FARMS TO "MAKE
loana en. Plenty of money at low
interest. Mra. Moyer 147 N. Commercial
St.- Room ft. " . ; . 24 jnel5tf
80VEBJlf 1ST LOANS ON FARMS 64
pr waL F.'L. Wilkinson, Soa U. 8.
National ban Mdr -aprOt
IUSAL E3TAT1S city 25
NEW' HOME1 JUST OFF FROM HIGH
land avenue, nicely finished. Just rich
for small family. "Will 1e ready to
more into this week. Price S20O0
. easy, terms. - It will go quick. Phone
7K) for appointement to aee it. Joseph
Barber. ,200 Gray .Bldg. - 25-jne24
.5 room modern bungalow, garage, price
$3500, want lot and cash.
S room modern bungalow, want 6 or 7
room modern bungalow, will pay eaaa
difference. . .
30 acres, all cleared. 5 room bungalow,
bam..-drier.' ft acrea berries, 12 hops,
.-. 1 miles north of Salens; want rear
dence. arreare or income.
12 acrea, ft commercial fruit. 5 room
house, barn, electric" lights, 1 mile ou
en Pacific highway, only $8000; want
... Socolof sky, Realtor
' . 341 State 23-J20
4 ROOM HOUSE. NICE CORNER LOT.
garage, garden, all windowa and doors
screened: 1 block to car. S19UU.
Terras, biz discount for cash.
Nice lot on paved street ; all paid op,
330. fcasy terms. - -
I.ove!y lot in North ; Salem, has nice
group of oak trees, $275.
Two lovely building places en ' Center
street and car line, nice oak grove o
each lot." pavement all paid. $700 each
For sale A contract of sale on a rood
house, draws H pr cent, payable
. every. A monhs. . Payments on the
' contract are $23- per month, balance
, due $1900. will take S170O for it.
See J. A. MILLS
331 -State St. 23-J22
- REAL BUYS
Classy east front. 5 room bungalow in
- the aks addition. Modem in every
1 Price S5700. Terms.
0 room house in the Highland addition.
near the fairgrounds. Price fZ250. In
eluding two lots. Will take good car
or tractor as part payment.
nt S room bouse on 18th street; oath
lirhta. hot and cold water, eaat front
Price $2900. $100 cash, bal. to suit.
Neat 4 room plastered bungalow, base
ment, new furnace, hot ana eoia water,
hath, east front, nice lawn, grape arbor.
. Price 81900. $30O rash, balance $20
a month and intereat ft per cent. J'oa'
, eessioa at once.
147 X. Commercial St. Phone 217. L 23 J22
A new S room modem home, price
84.-.00 to trade for close Improve
acreage about aame value.
ft room house and 3 lots valued at
$4001) and small tract sear Sa!m
valued at $37SO. Will trade both for
farm same valne.
30 acres of fine land all in cnltiva
- tinn, no buildings. Trade for bouae 1
5 room house value $3000, trade for
good vacant lots.
831 H-State 8t. 23-Jneltf
; ' A SNAP I
An extra good buy. of a 7 room honae
In prime order (just all gone over out
and in) 7 blocks from banks. Price
t J 710; . immediate ..possession. This
t'rfinerty j rheap at f 3000. 8e Wm.
t inj. 311 S.ate St. 23 jne!7tf
THE OREGON STATESMAN. SALEM, OREGON
REAL ESTATE city 25
tn m V"- ' arsooi, doctor s
-iberty. , '25je27
ELL BOUGHT REL FSTATP ia
. ..r. .w ni a 1-MUKEASINU
room cottage, completely fnrnished, a
-,L.?" Cf PL'"1 tr,: Price for all
fTn- bfaow. basement, furnace;
,fine view, paved atrfets; $3300
"J",. 8 rooms, basement; only
W & akAm Kktna.1H a. '
rboo! ? t2i.ni.- "r
" r ". ia aiga state ef cul
tivation except -2 acres; ranning water,
uwner has made money even the last
I'.'?- wheat haa averaged 40
buahe a per acre, hia oats 60 to 73
bushels. Fine team of horses, all ne
cessary implements and crop goes with
the place it bought before harvest.
Owner haa to go east.
kick L. RKIMANN, Realtor
-308 Oregon Bldg. Phone 1013
attention. If yon wish to buy a home
in the city- er country, on easy pay
ment, property priced right, take a
look at some of the property offered
for aale at 540 State ' atreet, opposite
the court house, i Two large ahow win
dews full of bargains. Here are a few
of them: - ;
$2200 cottage. S rooms, $123 down,
balance like rent.
$3400 b-w modem S room bungalow,
2SO down. ,
$5500 strictly modern 8 room, only
$2500 down. '
$2500 modern 5 room bungalow.
. TRACTS s TRACTS
Beautiful 2 acre tract. $730.
Well improved 3 acre. $20(K.
W'jell improved 5 acre, $2730. .
Good improved 50 acre farm, paved
road, $3750. I .
Good improved J 70 acre farm, only
Choice business property.
Good ". business, 1 stork 'and fixtures,
Paying apartment bonse.
See CHILDS BECHTEL
540 State street 25-J20tf
6 ROOM MODERN BUNGALOW, 2 Lots,
garage, fruit house, berries, fruit and
garden. . Price right; easy terms. Phone
1866J. , . . 25jne
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HERE IS THE ONE YOU ARE LOOK-
ing for. A dandy little grocery in north
Salm. Stock and fixture for only
$1000. Rent 8 per - month. Wikr
furnished. On rar line, close in.
Fine corner lot on Wilson street.
near car line, $700; for juat a short
' time. ' -
A good business house on Commer
cial street, lease soon out. Can renew
or rerent for more- money. . Price if
aold soon. $10,500.
How about that home yon want to
trade for 8 acres of fine land lVi miles
from Vie city limits of Salem, with 0
arra ef filberts now three years old
' Will he 'in bearing soon. Some build'
; incs. Price $4200 : a snap. Terms.
30 acrea of black land 1H miles
eat ef the Fairgrounds, nearly new
5 room bungalow and barn and other
outbuildings. 5 acrea of young prunes.
halanee fall era in. potatoes and com
Price $11,000 for all or will divide in
IV .acre tracts, er trade for city prop
Moisan & Ulrich
-123 X. Cotn'l. -
8 ROOM MODERN BUNGALOW IN North
fRalem. $300 rash, balance I.ke rent. 7
room modem bungalow, south Salem,
two lots, plenty fruit, $300 cash, bal
a nee like rent. 4 room modern bunga
low, east Sslem, $1900. 4 room mod
em bungalow. $1350 very easy terms.
Citv nroDertv for farms or close in acre
age. For exchangee see , Barber, at
200 Gray Bldg. 25-jnel8tf
ROOM BUNGALOW. BASEMENT.
fireplace, furnace, paved street, nicely
furnished throughout, bedding, dishes,
kitchen utensils, all you have to do is
to buv your meat and grocerlea. Close
in. 6300. Gertrude J. M. Page, 402
N. Cottage St. - 25-jne 14tf
HOMES' OP REAL VALUE
$1550 Buys '4 room plastered bungs
low on paved street, located in
northeast Salem. Part -i basement
$300 down and $20 per month will
handle. HERE IS A REAL BUY
i-et US SHOW YOU THIS
3400 Buvs 'a REAL" home in north
. . Salem. On paved atreet, large aixe
Mot, cement basement, garage, nine
' fruit treea on this property. HERE
13 A REAL HOMEY BUNGALOW.
' $370O--Byt 4 room bungalow with
green house ia connection, located
v in north Salem. HERE IS A FINE
HOME- WITH AN INCOME YS
YOUR SPARE TIME.
$300(1 Buys 5 room modem bungalow
located two blocks north of State
street. Many built-in features, cor
ner lot. north and east front.
HERE IS A NICE HOME IN A
VERY DESIRABLE DISTRICT.
$4000 Buys 8 room plastered bunga
low with full' cement basement.
Furnace, built-in features, corner
lot. Located 5 blocks north of
State atreet IF YOO WANT
CLOSE IN PROPERTY, DON'T
FAIL TO SEE THIS.
$3200 Buys new four room bungalow
located near 17th and Court atreet.
HERE IS A COZY BUNGALOW
JUST BEING COMPT ETED AND
1.0CATED IN A CHOICE DI8
TRICT. SEE US TODAY ON
Wh-n yon think of homes think of
W. H. GRABENHORST & CO.
273 fi:ate St. Phone 515
TEN BEAUTIFUL i-ACRE HOMESITES
x A -;w limit. k i .It a i vtt , 1 w
wonderful view. Each $400. 10 per
cent down. $10 a month if taken soon.
Splendid value. Hams, r nones ivij,
; 1942J. 25-Jn3tf
JUST THE THING I -
For a man with several horses. A
large bam and warehouse or storage
facilities, with ft room plastered house
and corner 1 on paved atreet (paving
paid) $2100. See Wm. Fleming. 341
State St. 25-jnel8tf
MINUTE MOVIES .
0M VWEELAM TttfTURE,
(KT0 THE DEEP
'In "5c first place, ua noTa real VALET
&T CAPT BOGUS. KINS-
LEGGERS. IM TC SECONt PLACE I HAVE,
JvST CASHED ACtJ SON'S
CHECK TOR 00,00a
AND JM ftAt PLACE
M?oas wenr coiaj76
Mtmiy LiiM curr fwir
REAL ESTATE city 23
FOR SALE LOT OX Ji. FOURTH ST
near arnooi. rewer and wat r connec
tions In. $150. Phone 2087W. 25-Jne20
ROME MORE INVESTMENTS
275 acres in southern Oregon. 200
river bottom land and can be irrigated.
Choice alfalfa ' clover and corn land.
i,Will exchange for Salem property or
7 room house, close in. Fine lot for
Three nice aubnrbaa homes for
bom a in Salem. . ,.
7 room bungalow, paved street, near
school, $2300; $300 eah.
Nice 4 room cottage south -Salem,
$23O0 for small acreage .near rarline.
See our lists before buying or ex
PERRINE & MARSTErfS
Phone 907. 25-Jnel7tf
4 ROOM HOUSE $1050. 5 ROOM house
basement, furnace, garage, close in $3,
650. 5 room new bungalow, basement,
furnace, everything, modern, $4200.
ft room bungalow, furnace, fireplace,
double garage, new, $5200.
0 room house close in $4200.
Gertrude J. M. Page, 492 N. Cottage
DO YOU KNOW THAT ON LIBERTY,
oniy a iw Mocks north of business
district we can aell a dandy 7 room
house for $2700. Fine for a large fam
ily of workers and close enough to
We have a -nice little 4 room home
on paved atreet for only $1500. Make
your own terras.
A wonderful new home for $7000,
with everything you want.
If you are willing to look; just call
nt or come ia and we will be glad to
MeGILCHRIST A PENNINGTON !
209 U. 8. Bank Bldg. Phone 140
We write all kinds of insurance.
FOR SALE 97 ACRES TIMBER $2000.
Ten acre tract with bungalow, outbuild
ings and orchard, $1500; 140 acrea
part river bottom, fair buildings $85
pm acre; Tea acre tract close in to ex
change for larger farm; good houae to
trade for suburban home; four room
bungalow, paved atreet, $1800; five
room bungalow comer lot $2300; new
up to dat bungalow close in $4400;
strictly modern bungalow $5750; four
room house lights, water and fruit treea
$1000; 50 cords ef wood for : sale.;
three room apt. for rent close in; also
five room bungalow. F. L. Wood, 341
State St. 25-jnel4tt
BEAUTIFUL NEW ROOM STUCCO
houae, oak floors, furnace, fireplace,
garage, large lot. This is an nnusual
buy at $75oO. Owner must make quick
disposal and will take cheaper house
or lots on purchase price.
WINNIE PETTYJOHN, Realtor
216 Oregon Bldg . 25-jnel2tf
3 ROOM NEW BUNGALOW. DOUBLE
construction, corner lot, $500 down $40
a month. Price $4200.
GERTRUDE J. M. PAGE
492 N. Cottage 25-jne6tf
4 KOOM HOUSE $1650; 5 ROOM NEAT
houae. $2200: 3 room hous $2150.
GERTRUDE J. M. PAGE
492 N. Cottage 25-Jne6tf
A BEAUTIFUL HOME, ATTRACTIVELY
furnished, east iront, eoeau; win iraue
for amaller house. This is a very good
bny er trade. Make an offer, t Cash
will talk this time. Gertrude J. M.
FOB QUICK 8AL BRAND NEW SIX
room bungalow. Hardwood floors, fur
nace, basement, laundry traya, built
lna. Garage, Lot 50 by 162. Paved
treat, graveled alley. Rock driveway
through lot. Concrete walks. Shrubs
aery. Located ealy 8 blocks from State
- and Lia-rty, at 851 South Liberty St,
Phone 1784. B-aprl8tf
FOR SALE MODERN 8 ROOM HOUSE,
basement, built-in features, garage. 161
South 14th St. 25-ml8tt
PRINTED CARDS, BIZK 14" BY 7H",
wording "For Rent." price 10 cents
each. Stateamaa Baaiaeaa Offiee, oa
REAL ESTATE trades 27
FOR EXCHANGE TWO NEW MOpERN
bungalows in Anaheim, Cal for 'small
1 ranch near. Salem; well improved. W.
A. Liston, 484 Court St. i 27-J22
CHITTIM "PEELERS' WANTED OR
would trade my;180 acrea with timber
and raseara for property' in or. near
Salem. Address Box 24, Chitwood,
Oregon. . , , - ' 27 J22
WANTED SMALIJ WILLAMETTE VAL
ley farm in part exchange for an east
ern Oregon stock ranch. Will aceept
trade up to $1200 on a 160 acre equip
ped Lincoln County stork ranch val
ued at $3600. ; ;
A. C. BOHRNSTEDT !
147 X. Commercial St Salem, Oregon.
TRADE GOOD HOME FOR FARM.
Trade apt. bouse for farm. . Gertrude
J. M. Page. 492 N. Cottage. 27-jnel4tf
REAL ESTATE farms 28
half in cultivation, stream runs through
place, dandy bam and good bouse, new
chicken bouse, three blocks to school,
five blocks to electric station and
store, lots of family fruit, and seven
acres overflow land that ia the finest
garden land you ever stepped on. and
I can sell it to yoa for only $4500 on
terms. Yes, there is a good Dodge
rar, one horse, wagon, steel range and
some ether furniture and farm imple
ments go with the place.
USED CARS for sale 31
. LATE MODEIIS ;
See these before you boy: 1 1 i i
1924 Ford touring .;....L.$400
1923 Overland touring... ..$423 '
1923 Chevrolet aedaa . $750 1
Paint and finish like nw. Top and
tires good. Some extras on all cars,
NEWTON CHEVROLET CO.
1 Chevrolet touring $273
1 Chevrolet bug, $223
1 Ford touring, $83.
H. H. HARRIS
173 8. Liberty
PAKE PM0NE CALL
Sims is IN
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OF THE BOcT-
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USED CARS for aale 81
1922 CHEVROLET COUPE. A-l SHAPE.
$485. , '
1919 Dodge touring, completely over
hauled. 3 75.
1918 Dodge roadster, cord tires, extra
1918 Reo touring, A-l shape, cord tires,
BOXESTEELE MOTOR CO.
WHICH ARE miCF.D RIGHT
1919 Dodge 5-pass. closure $360
1919 Oakland touring.. .....$200
19'JO Studebaker special touring $595
1920 Dort touring $125
1921 Overland tour, extra good $190
1921 S.udebaker big 6 ; ....$785
1922 Dodge roadster. Hasslers $573
.1922 Ford touring $225
' 1923 Overland touring, high
model . ..; $450
; 1923 Iodge Business coupe '. $885
1924 Overland, $127 worth of
extras . $030
: 1924 Chevrolet coupe , $673 ,
WHY PAY MORE ?
Certified Public Motor
253 X. Church St.
WE ARE DISCONTINUING THE USED
ear business. And for that reason we
; are disposing of the rara we now have
: in stork regardless of what they cost
us or what they really had ought to
- bring on the market.
We have Fords, Chevrolet. Dodges,
. Overland. Oldsmobile, Paige, Stude
j baiter. Jordan with Artcraft top, and
many others for yon to choose from.
(We Give Terms) ,
F. W. PETYJOHN CO.
219 N. Commercial St. 31ne8tf
1918 BUICK ROADSTER; 3 NEW CORD
tires and tubes. 1924 license. $300
1 terms. 35 N. Liberty. 31M20tf
TJSED FORD CARS FROM AM
AUTHORIZED FORD DEALER
Touring cara : $ 85 to $350
Roadsters i $ 75 to $325
Conpes d. $275 to $450
Sedana i $225 to $450
Light deliveriea . .. $ 65 to $275
Ton trucks $ 5 to $385
"Bugs" $125 to $225
All cara are guaranteed. Liberal terms.
See our low priced ears for fruit haul
ing and outing trips, $65 to $150.
VALLEY MOTOR CO.
Phone 1995 260 N. High St. 3.1-jneStf
notice of Intention to improve
1 Lefelle Street from Commercial
Street to Saginaw Street.
Notice is hereby glyen that the
common council of the city of Sa
lem, Oregon, deems it necessary
and expedient and hereby declares
its purpose and intention to im
prove Lefelle street from the west
line of Commercial street to the
east line of Saginaw street at the
expense of the abutting and adja
cent property, except the alley in
tersection the expense of which
will be assumed by the city of Sa
lem, by bringing said street to the
established grade, constructing ce
ment concrete ' curbs, and paving
said portion of said street with a
six inch cement concrete pavement
twenty-four feet In width in ac
cordance with the plans and spec!
fications therefor which were
adopted by the common council
June 16th, 1924, which said plans
and specifications are hereby re
ferred to and made a part of this
The common council hereby de
clares Its purpose and intention to
make the above described improve
ment by and through the Street
Improvement Department. -
' By order of the common coun
cil the ,16th, day of June, 1924.
M. POULSEN, City Recorder.
Date of first publication hereof
Is June 18, 1924. jne29
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Being Carried in The Oregon
7 o'CIock Saturday
is now the
Ads received after this time
will, he run under heading
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' "'" Reliable Business,
AI"UUAIiCK 8KKV1CK. UAY OH night.
mmw ooTi, u,i soma t.ipert y .
V" V wuinuv
Expert Li van tack, ' furniture, reel estate
Bea. 1810 N. Sunamer lhoae fill for
L. E. TALBOTT
PKom 470 202 U. 8. Bank Bldg.
25-2C, brt-ymu Blork
Phono 4r0 or 1211 J. jne-12tf
AUTO PAIN TIN Q
HAVE US REPAINT YOUB OAS WITH
ear new permanent finish.
, arrv Caae
Hlyk Street at Trade.
WILLAMETTE JUMK CO.
Bayers ot old ears, metaL, rats, pa
per. Ante wrecking. Parte for all cara
50 to 75 per cent oil list price. 875 M.
Commercial. Phone 588. m-25-tf
Cylinder grinding, crank shaft true
tag. We're specialists. Donerite Ma
chine Shop. - Automotive .machinists.
849 -Perry fit.
SATTEKT AND ELECTRICIAN
PRI8TO-LITE BATTER? SERVICE
Station. Expert battery aad electrical
work. TarrU Bros, Paono 1808, 418
L D. BARTON EXIDE BATTERIES
a tarter end generator .werk ; 171 Soath
Oommereial. " ; '
EICTCUES AND 4IINO
LLOTD K. RAMSDEN DAYTON BICT-
elee and repairing; 117 win.
CARPET AND BUO WBAYXNO
SALEM CARPET -CLEANING AND
Pioff Rug Works Hag ana nun ran
wevea any aise without avaana. New
mattreeaea made to order. Old mat
tresses remade. Eeathera reaovated. I
bay all kinds of old carpets for fluff
mga. lSVs aad Wilbur streets. Phone
dr. u t. dice: CURES ANY KNOWN
diseaee. 151 B. Hrh wt.. tTione a.
DR. S. T. SCOTT, GRADUATE Hi
tWmal University goiaaeea, Chicago.
Masoaie Temple. Phone S40.
DR. O. L. SCOTT, PSO CHIROPRACTOR,
414-19 U. 8. Bank Bldg. Phone 87;
'res. 828-R. - - '
CLSAHXBS a DYERS
SALEM CLEANERS AND DYERS. 1215
B.- Commercial. Phone 1868. We spe-
rialise on one day service.
CIVIL, CONSULTING. CONSTRUCTION
Constructing engineer. Surveys, esti
mstes. JnV H. Nesf. SI Oregoa
Bldg. Phone TT.
rOR CEMENT WORK CALL AT : 4S8
N. Summer atreet. Phone 874-J. .
CHERRY CITY CONTRACTING CO.
General contracting and building. Eatn
iata rladlT furaiakod. Pkon I887R
koi - daOtf
DRESSMAKING AND .DESIGNING
Carrie Piahor. MeOornack Bldg, over
PRINTED CARDS 8IZE 147 "BY
wording 4DreaamakiBg: price 10
oeata each. Stateamaa Boaineae Offiet
, Ground Floor.
SALEM ELECTRIC CO. MA BON IO
baildiag. Phone 1200. - ' -
ELECTBI0 FIXTURES AND SUPPLY
Oo. Phoao 1834, 222 N. Liberty.
rLEKNER ELECTRIC CO.
Hoeae wiring by or eontrmet. Es
timates furiiahed. Phone 980. 411
' Ooart Si. , : "
X J Washing Machines
1 Rl Vacuum Cleaners
337 Court St.
Res. Phone 702J
FARM LOANS LESS INTEREST,
longer time, ae commission. Protects
against adversity. City loaaa, lowest
rates, monthly instalments, pre-pey-aist
privilegea. 3. O. Siegmuad. room
S. over Ladd a Buah bank.
Tana aad City.
Most liberal rates aad paymaat
OS On. Bide. Salem. Ore.
Service Trade Mark Registered U.
and Professional Firms Arranged la Alphabetical
Order for Quick Reference
LOANS LOANS LOANS
I can make your farm or city loaaa, seat
aerviee given. If yea need a loan, see
' me; and if yoa have money to place,
aee me I always have tekere. O. W.
Leilar, Oregon bids.
t LOANS UNDER BESEKVE HI STEM
oa city or farm property. Reserve le
poeit company, 72 fourth Street, Port
Oa improved property or for
THE BKST and easiest
way to pay on loan ia our
, monthly installment plan.
96 payments of $14.14
repays a loan of $1000.00
available Savings h Loam
408 Oregon Building
IP YOU WANT TO GET THE BEST
- farm paper, scad 15e to the Pacific
Home toed, Salem. Oregoa for a three
months' trial aubaeriptioa. Htstita
POTJLTRYMEN SEND EIGHT TWO
eaat stamps for special three months
trial for the beat and oldest jouraal ia
the west. The articles aad advertiae
menta are of aveeial interest to the
poultry breeders ef the Northwest,
Northwest rouitry Journal, all uom
mereial atreet. Skiem. Oregon.
CUT FLOWERS, WEDDING BOUQUETS
funeral wreaths, decoratioaa. O. T.
. Breithaupt, flotiat, 128 N. Liberty
Phone 8 SO.
SALEM MORTUARY, FUNERAL DIRE 0-
tora, 210 Centar. Phone 1850
G1ESE FURNITURE CO. QUALITY
furniture for leae money. 8 78 Court,
PEOPLE'S PURNITURE STORE NEW
aad aeeond hand furniture; 8TJ N.
GARDEN PLOWING. DISCING, GRAD-ine-.
top dirt. Tucker. 1I25J. m4tf
HEMSTITCHING, STAMPING, PLEAT
ing. The Pstite Shop, Room 6, over
SALEM ELITE HEMSTITCHING
. pleating, buttons, stamping and needle
work; 828 Oregon bldg. Phone 879
MRS. 0. E. MILLER HEMSTITCHING
atampiag, buttons. Room 10, over Mil
1r" atore. Phone 11T
DR. L. O. ALT MAN, HOMEOP ATHI ST
Does a general practice. Treats Goiter,
Gall Stot.ee. aad Dropay, arising from
eUeeeeee of heart, liver or kidneys
witaout operation. utneo and reei
deaee, BS N. Liberty St, Salem, Or.
Phone 147. -
WARREN F. POWERS
Life, Accident, Fire, Automobile
219 U. 8. Nat'I. Bank Hide. Phone 807
D. H. MOSHER TAILOR FOB MEN
and women, 474 Court St.
8ALEM LAUNDRY COMPANY. Sit 8
Liberty street. Phone 25.. oldest
largest best. EaUblished 1889.
CAPITAL CITY STEAM LAUNDRY
Quality work ;-prompt aerviee; 1284
Broadway. Phone 18S.
The best buys tn hand
luggage and trunka.
MAX O. BUREN
179 N. Com' I. Salem
MOUNTAIN BALK COUGH REMEDY
Phone 617-W. .
A 0 O U R 8 B IN BUSINESS PIANO
- playiag. Popular ayneopated standard
music. Seml-claaals and ballads 12
leeeons. Waterman Piano School, Me
SHERMAN. CLAY CO, PIANOS
Steiawaya, Dae-Art an-t others. Moore' a
Musi a House. 41 Court Street.
GEO. 0. WILL PIANOS, PHONO
gnphs, sewing machines, sbset music,
I aad piane studiea. Repairing phono
graphs aad sewing saaeaiaee; 482
Bute atreet, Salem.
TRADE YOUR OLD PIANO FOR A NEW
Victor or Brunswick. H. L. Stiff Furai-
V ATUROPATHia PHYSICIANS
DR. A. SLAUGHTER, ACUTE AND
chronie d i s o a a si 418 Oregoa Bldg
FOR PRACTICAL NURSE PHOXE 1493R
rOR PRACTICAL NURSE PHONE
TOR PRACTICAL NURSE PHONE
S. Patent Office)
JUNE 21, 1924
1BUIT. NUT AND SHADS TREES
Pastry Bros-, 18T State.
THE EATON OPTICAL CO.
Chargra reaaouable Examination, free.
282 N. Commercial St.
PAPERHAEGING AND PAXaTTINa
PHONE GLENN ADAMS FOB HOUSE
decorating, paper hanging, tiatlag, eta
TREE SAMPLE BOOK
(Hlwl ' ..It.
E7XTTV?371 179 N. Corn'l. Salem
EDWARD WELP EXPERIENCED Pi
ano tuner. Leave orders Will's Musis
PLUMBING AND GENERAL REPAIR
work. Grebe Bros, 141 8. Liberty.
Phone 550. f9tt
PLUMBING REPAIRING AND COIL
work. Phone 495W. Shop 127 Union
street. A. L. Godfrey.
RADIATORS. FENDERS. ETO.
RADIATORS. FENDERS, BODIES made
or repaired. J. t, Btr, 188 Btate BV
ALVIN B. STEWART
847 Ooart St.
Umhrellaa, Cutlery aad Keys "
Lawamowera, - rasor-bladea, adaaora,
knives snd tools sharpened.
SOOS 8CAVENGER SERVICE GAR
bage and refuao of all kiada removed
by the month. Reasonable ratea. Cess
pools cleaned aad dead animals re
move!. Phones: Offiee 85. Ree. 2058.
SBOOXD HAND GOODS
WANTED EVERYTHING IN CLOTH
lag aad shoe. Beet prices paid. Cap
ital Exehaaro; 842 North Commercial
STOVES AND STOVE REPAIRING
STOVES REBUILT AND REPAIRED
40 year a' ezperieaee. Depot National
fence, aisea 26 to 58 in. high. Paints,
oils and varnishes, etc, loganberry aad
hop hooks. Salem Peace end Stove
a Worh, Q Cwirt Htreet. Phone 124.
TRANSFER AND HAULING
CAPITAL CITY TRANSFER CO 22
State St. Phone 933. Dilrtuting, for
warding and atorage onr specialty. Get
WE MOVE, STORE AM SriTP HOUSE
bold goods. Our specialty i piano and
furniture moving. V also make eoua
try tripe. We handle th heat coal aoi
wowft. vvu h um for prir- a. w aT.
good measure, good quality and go.'
service. Larmer Transfer Co. Phone 98
TRANSFER AND HAULING OP AL
kinds. Phone 19F8.
PARKER'S STAGE LIKES
J. W. Parker, General Manager
Ceatral Stage Terminal Salem, Oregoa
Leaves Sslem, Central Stage Terminal
7 a. m; 11 a. m; 5 p. m.
Leaves Silvcrtoa News Stand:
V a. m.; I p. m.; 6 p. m.
Leaves Salem, Central Stage Terminal
7 a. m. ; 0 a. m.; 11 :10 a. aa. 8:10 p. m.
5:10 p. ra.
Leave Monmouth, Mombuth Hotel:
8:15 a. m. ; 1 p. m., 1:15 p. m.
Leaver ladepeadence. Beaver Hotel:.
8:80 a. m.; 9:50 a. m'.; 1:15 p. an.
4 p. m. ; 8:80 p. m.
Leaves Central Star -Terminal, Salem
for Delias atl . -'
-7 a. m.: 11:10 a. m.; 8:10 p. m.
Leaves Gail Hotel, Dallas at:
8 a. as.; 1 p. m. ; 8:15 p. as.'
Wa make connections at Salem to all
parte of the valley. Extra trips by ap
pointment. J. W. PARTCBR,' General Mansrer.
SALEM WATER, LIGHT A POWER O0
Office, 801 South Commercial St. To
per cent diaeoant oa domestic fid
ratea paid la advaaee. No deduction)
for abaeaeo or any cause anlese wato
I NEW CORPORATIONS I
- Tho following articles, of incor
poration were filed here yester
day: - "-' -
f The Tnland Highway association
which proposes to stay in existence
until a paved highway ha s been
built from Portland to Astoria via
the Nehalem valley from Veronia
to Jewell, filed articles of incor
poration with the state corporation
department yesterday; - The incor
porators are Paul Robinson. E. E
By WHEEL AN
Hayes, lister Sheeley, W. -O. Gal
loway and J. P. McDonald.
Articles were filed by the B.
M. H. Products company of Med
ford, capitalized at $3000. The in
corporators are J. D. Deeson,
Walter Mundy and Elton K. Bee-
Notice of dissolution was filed
1y ther Palmer-Owens Logging
company of Portland. .
Under the blue sky act a permit
was Issued 'to the Triangle Oil
company of Portland to sell stock
in the sura of $50,000.
Oregon Walnut Exchange, Co
operative. Dundee: Incorporators.
Ferd Griner, V. II. Bentley, Tarl
Pcarcy.i'j. O. Holt, G. A. Dear
born, Charles Trunk; membership
Pacific Coast Timber Sc Log
ging company, Mul'nomah; Incor
porators. James A. Dollar, William
McLeod, William F. Eickel; capi
Select Chemical company, Mult
nomah; incorporators, William II.
Gold son, A. O. Schwartz, Ben
Riesland; capital, $25,000.
Notice of an Increase In capital
from $4,000 to $100,000 was filed
by the George E. Wrightman com
pany, Inc., of Portland.
Notice of a decrease In .capital
from $50,000 to $25,000 was filed
by the Northwest Feed Supply
company of Portland.
2 BATTLES EXPECTED
BY PARTY CHIEFS
, r (Continued from page 1.)
candidates gaining in potential
strength as the lines between Mc
Adoo and Smith grew tighter.
Talk of an anti-klan plank wa3
even more tangible so far as actual
voting strength ws concerned; but
as more and more of the party
leaders arrived on the scene it be
came increasingly apparent that a
deepseated disagrement was in the
niking. The group pt platform
makers at work on a tentative ,
draft of the party declarations
have tried out many alternative
planks on the subject without
finding one that is satisfactory to
everybody. The only apparent re
sult has been agreement among a
wide circle of the leaders that
some sort of a denunciation of
klan policies, either direct or
veiled should be Included in the
George E. Brennan of Illinois,
ccognized . as . one of the most
Mjweiful of the group of men who
,i.I lnfuence the decision of the
convention decared in a statement
today that the klan Vmust bo
spec f cally named and condemned
in the tjlatform."! He rejected as
unsatisfactory a, proposal that tha
plank merely condemn .interfer
ence with religious liberty, assert
ing that race discrimination also
should be denounced And, thai
"neither the negro nor the foreigu
born or any other race had been
proscribed in free America." I
Some of those high in the part)
counsels were - predicting tonight
that the fight would be settled fin
ally on the floor of the conven
tion itself; after a debate as fiery
and as full of political cfynamfte
as that over the free silver issue In
the Chicago convention of 1896.
Thirty Salem Residents
Are Chautauqua Spencers
Thirty Salem residents are spon
sors for Chautauqua this year, the
opening program, to be presented
on July 16. The summer pro
grams have been given here for
nearly 10 years wiiiiout a break.
This year no program will be of
fered on Sunday, a change from
the usual order. ..-
Membera of the committee will
meet next Monday night at the
chamber of commerce to outline
the 1924 campaign.
, Those whose names appear as
sponsors for the Chautauqua this
year are W. I. Staley, U. G. Holt,
P. U. Frazler, Dr. E. E. Fisher, F.
Lc Wilkinson, H. H. Vandevort, C.
E." Wilson, Dr. . M. C. Findley. F.
L. Wagar, Harry Weis, R. A. Har
ris, F. E. Shafer, VIck Bros.. Dr.
Carl O.'Doney, U. G. Lehman. A.
A. Lee, Ross C. Miles, Dr. G. C.
Bellinger, Winnie Pettyjohn, Dr.
J. O. Matthis, Joseph Benner, J.
H. Farrar. Harry ,W. Scott, ReUa
J. Pemberton, T. M. Hicks, Joseph
H. Albert, Dr. II. C. Epley, John
II. Scott and J. II. Lauterman.
Canadian Postal Strike
Still Remains Unsettled
TORONTO, June 20. At mid
night the secret meeting, of the
striking postal employes was still
In session and gave little promise
of an early adjournment, hut it
was said by participants that there
was a strong sentiment in favor
of remining out.
One members of the strike com-
joittee announced the government
ultimattum giving the strikers un
til 8 o'clock tomorrow morning to
return to work would be ignored.
Postal workers throughout the
western section of the dominion
are returning to wor'c ami report
from Ottawa. Indicate that tl 3
government's attitude has 1- 1
strengthened by Its kr
thajt it can cope with U.e r