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THE OREGON STATESMAN, SALEM, OREGON
FOR BALK livestock
KINO O REGISTERED WHITE FEH
iaa eat at Stnd. Flake's Pallead. 371
, State. Phone 65 : mZStt
TR ED W. LANGE, VETERINARIAN
Office 430 8. Commsrcial. Phone 1198.
Rs. Phone 1510. 9-m23tf
WOOD FOB BALK 11
IF YOU WANT WOOD CALL 62T OR
254. ; - ll-jtyS
16 INCH OLD FIR $8 A CORD. 16
inch dry second growth. Phono 1361 M
' . j ll-jly!5
16-JNCH OLD FTR. 4 FOOT OLD FIR,
' eccond growth oak aad ah. Phone
19F3. , , i Il-Jne27f
WHY NOT BUY THE BEST OAK, ASH.
f first and second growth Fir at reason
able prices. Phone 1879W. Il-jly25
' i ' CALL 18SS """""""
' far your oal and wood. Low nana
prices - Immediate or later delivery
. , ll-inel3ti
IUK flALE DKT 8EOOHD-GKOWTH fb
wood, 4 ft, for launediato dsliverj
Phono 106. ; -; 4-fm
BEST GRADE OF vYOOIr-4 IT. AND
16 inch. 1
Dry mill wood. - - i
Dry : Second Growth fir.
Dry old fir. ; . -
- 4 foot Ash and Oak, , s
i Prompt delivery and reasonable price
Fred E. Wells, - 280 South Church,
Phone 1S4. tl-jnelStf
.'WANTED mtocellaneo IS
7 TOS OF WHEAT AND VETCH HAY.
Phone ;8F2. - - ' a 13-jlye
WK PAY HIGHEST CASH PRICE FOR
Lambert cherries. Make deliTeries same
da as packed at Salem Fruit Union.
Yeang Wells. r 13-Jly5
SUMMERTIME IS .HERE. DON'T NE
gleet roar insurance. ' Insnro and be
safe. Mrs. Mover, ' 147 2i Commercial
St. Room. 6. - i 13-lnefotf
WANTED MORE APARTMENTS AND
bouse to rent. Mrs. Moyer. 147 N.
Coa'IJ St. Boaa 6.: 13-jnolatf
JlAB&JtXHT UlWtlflO ASII 1 B. AJS won
by contract. Call tar. M-aprl7
WANTED MEM AND WOMEN Tf
take farm paper subscriptions. A toot
Jrepeeitaoa to tao nct people. A
roaa the Paeifle Hoia sales d. State art
Bldg : Bales. Or.
WOODRT THaV AUCTIONEER BUTI
need furaitsre for ease. Phoae all
- - - 1 tw4
i MISCELLANEOUS H
COMPLETE PROTECTION FOR AUTO
' Theft Insurance j (Against theft of
'- ear.) s ; . i -
Public Liability (Accidental injury to
Property Damage (Accidental damage
to property or car of others.
Special Motorists Accident Policy for
1 5. Phone 577. ' i
! A. C. BOHRN STEDT
147 Ko. Commercial St., Salem, Oregon.
. . 14 Jly2xf
ELECTRIC AND ACETYLENE r Welding
service. C. D. Opjfen, 849 Ferry and
17th and Oak. i 14-jlyl8
WOODSAWIXG PHOXK 14S. 14-jlylS
INSURE IN, SURE INSURANCE. "CON
cordis." None better. Mrs. Moyer,
147 K. Commercial St. Room 6. -
PREPARE Ow FOR A RAINY ' DAT
1 : . ..Lo j : . ,
' Mathews ' I 2'v
The roof ass,- repair and reps in
your roof while tbo sua, shines.
Phon 167 14-jnslOI
HELP WANTED male 18
DAIRYMAN R. L. HACCK, Rt. 1. IN
, dependence. - ? 18-jljS
FIRST CLASS INSURAKCE MAN wanted
at oneo for best proposition is state.
Income. Accident insurance. Every pol
icy non-cancelable. Mrs. Moyer. 147
N. Com'l. St. Room 6. 18 joel8tf
SALESLADIES AND SALESMEN WANT
ed for Salem. Eocene. AJbany. Corral-
lis and all towns ! Excellent line silk
hosiery: splendid commission. write
Royal Hosiery Mills, 427 E. Burnside
Kt.. Portland. zw-iiya
LOST AND FOUND 22
LOST -POCKET BOOK ON TILLA
mook road, containing $55. Return to
215 Center St. 22-jly4tf
LOST DIAMOND BROOCH-IN BCSI-
bcks part of town. ' Return to States
man office. Reward. - 22-jly3
LOST SOMETHTNO FIND IT1 PHONE
a want ad to Tho Statesman. Phono za
-WA3CT LOAN OF 12500 FOR IX)NG term
0 Pr cent on 11 acre tract ciosa to
BI.m . 1 1 ;n nra n A Anil w 1 m tl f 13
year old. ; With new : 4 ' room modem
- liAau. Mra. Mflfr 147 Commercial
.: St.. .i i - 24-ine28tf
WANTED MONEY 1500 for 5 years on
new, modern bungalow. First class so-
rnrttr lira afnTer 14T N. Commer
cial St. ' i : 24-jne28tr
GOVERNMENT LOANS ON FARMS 6
nor cent. F. L. Wilkinaoa. 203 U. S.
Nstioaal baak hMr t c-enrt
REAL ESTATE dty S3
287 HOUSES FOR SALE BY ACTUAL
eonnt. to aelect from. Several farms
for trade. Fair Equitable dealing.
FLEMING REALTY CO.
341 State St. 25-jly4tf
FOR ' SALE STRICTLY MODERN !
: room bungalow. East front, good Iocs
tion, one block to ear line. Price 84,
147 North Commercial St.. Phone 217
- ' 25-jlyS
MODERN SIX ROOM HOC8E COM
pletoly. newly and artistically furnish
ed. Seo owner on premises, corner Oak
and Liberty. 25Aug2
I COOD BUYS AND EXCHANGES
Modern home 7 rooms on Capitol St.
' Price 8u5U0; will take smaller home
aa part pay.
Modern 8 room borne on north Summer
street, 95500; will take part in ex
change. Prefer (trailer bouse.' 8c
eral other good buys and exchanges
in city and subprban Mmei.
See CHILDS BECHTEL.
540 State St. 25-jIy3tf
WE HAVE BUYERS FOR
S modern 5 room homes in Salem.
2 modern 6 room bomea in Salem.
1 modern 7 room homo, in Salem.
Call a ad let us know what you hare.
MrGII CHRIST PKNMMJTUN
Room 209. U. 8. Bank Bldg. Phono 140.
TEX BEAUTIFUL -aCRE HOMESITES
lust beyond city limits: high, sightly,
wonderful Iew. Each 9400. 10 per
. rent down, 910 a month if taken soon.
Rnlendid value. Harris. Phonea 1013.
REAL ESTATE city 23
TO EXCHANGE . -5
room modern home on p:Ted
street; trade for 3 or 4 room honaa.
10 sere well improved suburban
borne; trade for 40 to 80 aero farm.
320 acre eastern Oregon farm;
trade for small tract close to Salem.
0 room house and three lots ; trade
for small farm. i ?
331 State St. 25 Jltf
Best Buys; and'
12 room apartment in good repair,
income ; $90 per month, j Will consider
trsde; prire $3250. I ; ;.
5 room bungalow. North Salem, want
acreage of about equal value;: price
2 new stucco bungalows, stucco gar
age with each, located at Annabeira,
Calif.; income $100 per month. JWill
oxchance for acreage near Salem' not
over $16,000. i, t .
: Restaurant in best location in Salsm,
only 91800. j :
: Money, to loan....'-.' ' ; f '
Socolofsky, Realtoi j
341 State St. Phonea 970-1212-M
t . . SSqltf
FOR SALE BY OWNER MODERNBun-
galow, 94O0Q with terms. 'Fur large
rooms, fuU basement. Call aO 85$ So.
High. h ''-. i 25Jy5
-VWE ALL DIG FOR DOLLARS? V
! New 4 room bungalow, basement,
furnace. Wonderful view, paved street.
This is a bargain at 93500.
; 6 roontv bungalow, paved street. A
snap, 93000; terms. f " t
jSw 4 room bungalow-, basement,
furnace. 92000; terms.! . r J;
i It yon bare equipment and 2V000
I can- sell to you 157 acres, excent
soil, 6 miles from Sakm, goot iL'ad.
Will give 20 years to pay l.alance.lTet ..'
i ; RICH L. RE1MANN . . 5
l Realtor i ' I !
S07-308 Oregon Bldg. 'Phone 1013.
V I 25-jne29tf
LOW PRICED HOMES OF REAL
VALUE t i
$J00O Buys 3 room home with large
brick and cement fruit house, llargo
lot, some fruit. Located 14 Mocks
from heart of city near South torn
v mercisl street. 9300 down, balance
fs than rent. HKRK IS A REAL
BUY WELL LOCATED.
91100 Buys new four! room bungalow
wHb two lots. - Built-in kitchen,
screened porch. THIS HOM-R IS
RIGHT UP TO THE -? MIJiUTE.
i:ET US SHOW YOU THIS TO
DAY." Terms 9300 down, balance
like rent. i "
91550 Buys 4 room plastered home
in North Salem, on paved street
and allfy. Modern in every-way.
North front, full basement. Terms:
C2UO down, balance 920 per month.
91750 -Buys 3 room garage .house with
- 90-1OO acre of land. Corner lot
on South Commercial street car
. lino. Paved i street. . Acreage set
" out in young Filberts and Walnuts.
UKRE IS A- REAL SNAP IN
SMALL ACREAGE IMPROVE D.
Terms: $200 down, .balance 915
per month. 1
SEE US TODAY ON ANY ONE -,
OF THESE IT WILL FAY
YOU TO DO SO. - .
W. II. G RAB EN HORST & CO.
275 State St.- Phone 5f5. : 25-jly2
A FINE 5 ACRE SUBURBAN nOME 2
miles from Salem, 5 room house-, price
9401-0. i ;' .
. Stock of groceries, and some fixtures
on north Liberty at a aure bargain.
Price-only 9 1000, Come in and aee
tbia. i t '
A bran new 5 room modern bunga
low in north Salem, - modern- -in every
convenience. Near car and church and
achool. Price 95O00. ! Soma terms.
$1600 buya a 5 room bungalow, 2
large lots on north Liberty, east front,
good terraa. - ' i j . .
Here is a bkrgain in an apartment
house on North 14th St., of 10 rooms.
A good paying proposition. Price 96,
500; terms. i 1
25 acres of fine black land Just of
the Jefferson road. 22 acrea in cultiva
tion; 12 acres bearing prunes; 10 acrea
8 year old prnnea; one aero logan
berries; ono acre strawberries. Good
6 room house, large barn. 4 miles south
of Salem. Price 910,500. Terms or
will trade for city property, i
. 38 acrea of fine Howell Prairie land
en tho pavement. A fine home and very
rich soil. Good crops. , A real bargain
Price 911,400. Terms or will trade for
Salem property. Come in and sea this
one before it is too late.
' We have a fine brand new Subur
ban home on the Garden road, with
two acres of land. The bungalow is
absolutely modern and up to the min
ute, even to the hardwood floors. Do
not miss this one as the price is ONLY
96500; some terms. . - "!
Moisan & Ulrich
122 North Commercial St. Phone 1334
. j : 1 25-jne29tf
FOR EXCHANGE 6 ROOM HOUSE and
5 good lota, for close in acreage. 6
room house and 8 lots for close in
acreage. 12 room modern house and 10
lots for largo farm or eastern Oregon
land. Stock ranch in Valley and' city
property for going farm in eastern Ore
gon, city, property; in nomes irom si.-
zoo on at your own terms. tsarDer,
200. Gray Bldg. ; . 5 25-jne22tf
avVo mrv oat - m-m kt hivut orT
room Bunf siow. nirawsw 1 iwjn, lur
aaca, oaaemona, uourf r 7 , oniir
ina.- Oarage. Lot 60 by 162. Paved
through lot. Concrete walks. Shrub
bery. Located only 9 blocks from State
and Liberty, at 851 South Liberty St.
Phono 1784. : ! j 8-aprlStf
BARGAIN DAY: BARGAINS
"S-veral special and real reductions
on town houses these two . days. If
doubtful about it. try it on and aee
Win. Fleming. Make bay while the aun
FLEMING REALTY CO.
841 State 8W 25-jne2
FOR SALE NEW THREE ROOM BUN'
galow 91250. Modern five room bun
aalow close in 93600. Stock ' mdse.
812.000. 80 acres timber, land 92000.
Exchange five: acre 1 tract close in for
house. California income property for
j. suburban borne. , Want to buy a heme
1 91200 to 92000. t For rent modem fur
nished house close in 940. F. L. Wood,
841 Stste St. 25-ne25tf
XiTC SEASON S MOSTX 3rnPVRy fAOVE?Ji ' WP f - M 61V1NS A ALL j T 1 ? . 4 J': &-lf f PA
II VHE BLCa AM.tIi sW) Lr i vto uwo muss a - ; MM: M
l m y rr"l -- kW v I 1
I1TUEV ttNT NOBODy BONN A . 5V . i I (get vel& UEWS tM5 ()HTS we Yl OOClCT M2 MBS. II - I WHftT i WD IfijJ SURE.-1 BIT IT: I
KwtN' wHy yeas); f Dgpostmnl '. I u nSSSe!7 I SB86T..'(e:MlspI XT iN. VOU ett feffik OrT! VVHeN. t W i,
REAL ESTATE city 23
FOR SALE-MaoOD BUSINESS LOOA-
tion, close in, ideal for filling station.
It you want a business aite aee this.
For trade,! 3 lots with 14 year old
fruit trees; in Oregon City. East front
close to school and just off highway
to trade. Would make a beautiful
home.- Wtll; trade fr small house in
Salem, balance cash. Mrs. ; Moyer, 147
N. Commercial St. ; 25-jne25tf
for. sale Modern s room house,
basement, built-in features, garage. 161
South 14th St. i j 25-ml8lf
4 ROOM HOUSE $1650; 5 ROOM NEAT
house, $2200; 5 room bona 82150.
GERTRUDE J. M. PAGE
492 N. : Cottage i 25-jneCtf
PRINTED CAkDS BTZE 14V BY Tli"
wording "for Bale, Enquire at." pries
10 eanta each. Statraman Busineas
Office. Ground Floor
ROOM HOUSE 91650. 5 .ROOM bouse
basement, furnace, garage, close in 93,
650. 5 room new bungalow, basement,
furnace, . everything modern, 94200.
6 room bungalow, furnsite, firt-plaee,
double garage, new, 95200.
, 6 room house close in ' 94200.
; Gertrude J. M, Page, 492, N. Cottage
'St. i j i 25-jnel4tf
FOR SALE OR RENT 5 ROOM FUR-
nished bungalow 92800.
' 6 room modern bungalow, close in,
' furnished throughout,- $6300.
5 room new i bungalow basement,
. furnace, fireplace, sleeping porch, ga
, rage, oak and fruit trees, 94500,
. t New 6 'room !: bungalow, hardwood
: floors, basement, furnace, , fireplace,
double garage, 95250..
: 5 room: new 1 bungalow, corner lot,
420O; 9500 down, 940 a month.
i Lots, close in: for sale by
j t ' GERTRUDE J. M. PAGE
492 North: Cottage. 25 jne27tf
PRINTED CARDS; SIB 14' BY 74".
Wording "For Rent," price 10 cents
each. Statesman Business Office, on
5 ROOM NEW BUNGALOW, - DOUBLE
Construction, corner lot, $500 down 940
a month. Price 94200.
i- GERTRUDE J. M. PAGE
s 492 X. Cottage 25-3neftf
BUSINESS pportanitie 2fl
i RI7SINESSS INVESTMENT
: I If yon are looking for a good busi
ness 93O0U to f 10,O00, come in and
ee Mr. Fleming. Room 7, at 341 State
St. Your i biisin' ss held confidential.
THE FLEMING REALTY CO.
J I ' 26-jly4tf
REAL ESTATE farms 28
i ' i TO EXCHANGE
if "25 acrei with rood improvement,
all fine ljirid, only 3 14 miles from Sa
lem. Good! road and near -school. Suit
able for dairy and chickens. Want Sa
lem or -Portland property.
THOMASOlX, 3314 State St. 23 jly4tf
5 acr s j improved and spring water,
- 91C0O. i - I
85 acres, equipped dairy; 912,000. .
100 acres, euipped grain and bay, hogs
and cows, $10,()Oo.
COO acres, jeastern Oregon fenced graz
ing lanl, $4000. '
18 acres improved; 4 acres bearing
prunes, $300. i
Some trade on 4he above.
GOOD CHANCES FOR INVESTMENTS
; ' Good" 1 it 0' acre ranch 9 miles from)
; Salem, buildings, fruit, !l water, wood.
' Exchange jfor acreage near Salem and
;give tim kin balance. . :
I Fine 5 i ac re y tract close in, 7 room
i bouse, barn, other buildings; Water
system. : Exchange fur good residence.
3 Large Modern bungalow close in. fine
: lot. Want 20 to 40 acres with improve
ments. ' j i
Good 240 acre stork ranch in British
Columbia.! Good improvements, stock
and tnolsi Want acreage pear Salem.
If you want to buy, sell or exchange
'aee Perrine ft 1 Msrsters, 212 Corotner
i cial Club Bldg. 28-jly3tf
JA REAL SNAPI
I 20 acres of bearing prune orchard
I near Liberty achool. -Price-for quick
: aale $5500. Has fairly good crop for
j this yearj '
W. H.jGRABEXII0RST & CO.
f 275 State St. i 28 jly2
REAL ESTATE to exchange 29
POMONA, CAI.1F. PROPERTY FOR SA-
' lem or,nf-ar by acreage. R. V. tergu
t son. I Sjlem, General delivery. 29-jly5
REAL IvSTATK suburban SO
96000; FOR SALE A SAFE INVEST
i ment at "yebehrh, 7 tworroom cottages,
1 apartment house of 4 apartments and
f 6 room house for the owner. Will sup-
port a small family and: room to build
I cottages, j If syou are looking for n
; safe and sound investment,1 here you
far?. I. Box 46J Newport,: Oregon.
8 - 1 I -' JlO jlyo
i USED CARS for sale 31
SPECIAL THIS! WEEK 5 BUG CHA8
s sis $35 each. I Valley Motor company.
Phone 1995. 31-jly0
1919 i CHEVROLET- TOURING. GOOD
tires, looks aood and runs good. glOO.
Iodge touring, almost new, oversize
rord tires. Almost every .kind of ex
V tra equipment on it. 9300.
Nearly newi Ford touring car. We
: can i save1 you a lot of money on thin.
NEWTON (CHEVROLET CO.
.;,f , 1- - I - 31-jly3tt
FOR SALE FORD TOURING CAR 875;
also good trailer tOO. Phone 1974 J.
, I - I -- -f . 31-ily2tf
USED FORD CARS FROM AN
AUTHORIZED FORD DEALER
Touring ears 9 85 to $350 , '
Roadsters - 9 75 to $325
oupes I .l 9275 to $450
8edsns! .. . $225 to 9450 i
Light deliveries 9 65 to $275
Ton trucks - 9 85 to 9385
Bugs? 9125 to 9235 :
All cars are guaranteed. Liberal terms.
Bee our tow priced eara for 'fruit haul
lag and outing trips, $65 to 9150,
i VALLEY MOTOR CO.
Phone 4995260 N. Hirh St. 31-Jne5tf
I : : ' i . i ' . : ,: :-
USED CARS for sale 31
We are listing here a' few particular
ly attractive bargains in the way of
. 9675 ' ;.
1924 Cbev. Business conpe, 5 new Good
year cords, S&.M .spotlight.)! Driven
3000 miles. ' , f: , '
- : 947! : i: '
1924 Cbev. roadster, i McClaren cords.
Automatic windshield cleaner. Driven
6000 miles. ",- ',
' 9475 ' ": (f
1923 Overland touring. Red Bird motor,
cord tire equipment. .Driven 11, (too
miles. ! ,i
'-.-'-. .. 9495-:
1920 Bnick 6 touring, new paint. Me
chanically excellent.: SftM U spotlight.
Bumper ' Si
-. 9125 .. ;
1918 Studebaker touring. Nearly new
cords. Spotlight. Motor meter. Recent
ly overhauled. L :
::."' : . - 9285
1919 Oakland touring, new paint. Motor
overhauled. Very good tires, spotlight.
" -. $:tb5 . -; I
1920 Doilge roadster, spot.; automatic
windshield cleaner, i New paint. ,'i
- '9595: ' j'
1920 Stiidebakef Special tonriog. Paint
ed gray. Overhauled by Marion Aut
' Certified ;Putsiic
Motor Car Mart
2. "55 North Church St.
Lad Nearly Drowns; is
Rescued By K. Graham
'Another river, tragedy was nar
rowly averted this week ; because
of the presence of a canoeing
party, on the Willamette. ! ' lL
"VV'hile in a canoe with his wife
Kenneth Graham ;of the Marion
apartments hard a small boy on
the opposite bank calling for help.
At first he thought the youngster
was merely seeking to divert his
attention. Though the river was
extremely rapid at this J point,
Graham decided to make the at
tempt to cross to the other side.
There he found a boy, about 11
years old, floating face down in
the water. He dragged the
youngster to the shore and in a
short time had him reviyed. The
lad failed to give his name, and
apparently was little the j worse
for his narrow escape though badr
ly frightened. Upon ,: learning
that he had gone into the river
and had stepped into a deep hole
and was unable to swim, Gra
ham give him a.r severe lecture
upon this practice, and urged him
to confine his cpoling off pro
cesses at the playground or some
where where older persons were
around. ? - j
Petitions Allowed for
Pi; Union High District
I 'm". .. .
j Petitions for the organization
of a union high school district for
the north end of the ' county were
allowed at a meeting of 'the Mar
lon county boundary board yester
day... j ( Districts included in the
union district are Woodbprh, Belle
Passf, Donald, White, Hubbard,
Hall, Union and the Marion coun
ty portions of Aurora and Butte
ville.; . The; hearing'; of te
monstances will be held at the
court house at 10 o'clock Wednes
day, July 30. Notices, are now
being posted calling attention to
:: If one remonstrance is' filed the
union district will have to be set
tled at an election in each of the
districts Involved, but if there are
no remonstrances, the new district
will be. allowed,: Mrs. Mary L.
Fulkerson, county school super
intendent, said Thursday. ;
An election is almost certain,
for it is expected that at least one
remonstrance will be filed. Wood-
burn and Hubbard, which already
have high schools, will be required
to vote upon the new. district
whether any remonstrances are
filed, or not; If the organization
is approved, the new school would
be located at Woodburn.- If Wood-
burn or Hubbard fail to vote in
favor of the proposed district it
is automatically lost.
HAD ROADS IXCRKASE COST
i On the other hand- in states
where the roads are so bad that
the' cars Tiad to stand Idle fre
quently, the oper a t i n g cost
amounted to 8,.t cents'. Thia is
despite the fact that the initial
cost of cars on the Pacific"" Coast
Is slightly higher. On the 4.204,
719 miles traveled by his sales
men, during the year, Mr. Thomp
son j figures the 'difference- of 2.3
cents between good and bad roads
states would amount to $96,708.
54. ! 'v-.T ' - : ' .-"
AH rights protected by The George Matthew Adams
Of Reliable Business
AMBULANCK 8KKVICE. DAY OU aifht.
, mt., , i j . rjomn i.-iberty.
j- V. N. WOtiDRY i
Expert Livestock, furniture, real oatate
Kea. 1610 N. Summer Phono 811 for
- aula datlea. : t ,
j U E. TALB0TT
Phono 470 aoa .U, & Bank Bldfl
25-20, breyman Block
rbone or 121 1.1.
j AUTO PAINTISO
HAVK C8 REPAINT YOCK UAR WITH
mutt Caa ' ' .
Tflf h Street ' at Trade;
WILLAMETTE JUNK CO.
Buyera jof old earn, metal.' rasa, pa
per. Auto Wrecking: Part for all cart
SO to 75 per rent oil list price. 975 N.
Commercial.. Phone i 588. m-25-tf
Cylinder grinding, crank ahaft true
In. We're apecialiata.. Llonerite Ma
chine Shop. Autooiotive machiaUta,
848 Perry St.
o BATTESY AJTD i IXECTBItTIAH
Court ' St.
jJOE WILLIAMS ! !
PRESTO-L1TE BATTERY SERVICE
- Station. -1 Expert battery and el'etrical
work. ISrria Broa Phono 1808, 418
.' Court, i I : , : - -
R. D. BARTON EZIDE BATTERIES
tartar: and f aaerator work; 171 South
OivrorDereial. ' '
, BICYCLES AJTD BWAISXHO
LLOYD X. tRAMSDEN DAYTON BICY
elea and repairing? 387- Court. :
CAKPET 1HTJ BTJO WEAVING
SALEM CARPET CLEA NINO AND
fiuff Rut Worki Uaj and fluff ruf
voven any also without eeams, ' New
Baattreaae mad to ord'r. Old mat-
- treaaea remade. Teethora renovated.-; I
buy all kinda of old earpeta for fluff
rura. 13 Va and Wilbur atreeta. Phone
1154. Otto T. Zwlcker. Prop.
DR. U T. DICK CTTBES ANY KNOWN
diaoaao. 15 B. Mich HI.. JKiione awg
DR. 8.1 r. SCOTT, GRADUATE NA
tioaal j Univeraity Bciaaeea, Chicago.
Maaonle Tctt-'. none
DR. O. tu SCOTT, PS0 CHIROPRACTOR,
414-19 U. 8. Bank Bldg. .Phono 87;
rea.- SS8-R. : 1
CLrANERS at DTZXS
SALEM (CLEANERS AND DYERS. 1215
8. Commercial. Phone- 1868. Wa apo
dal ins on one day service. ; . 1
CIVIL, CONSULTINO. CONSTRUCTION
aaatoa. i iaa. , Hj Matf, 81 . Orogoa
BJ Paooe T757I
fOR CEMENT W)rK ' CALL AT 43
! H; Bummer atreet. Phona 674-J. t
CHERRY I CITY CONTRA CT1NO 1 CO.
General contracting and building. EatW
natea gladly fuxniikad. i Phona 1867R
or 5914. 1 d2tt
PRINTED CARDS SIZE 14" BY 74"
wording: "Dreaamalcing" : p r i e e 10
ccau each. , 8 la teaman Buaineaa Office
Ground Floor. v ' ' - ' r
SALEM ILECTRIO CO. MASONIC
- boUdtng. Phoaa 1200.
ELXCTRI0 riXTURKS AND SUPPLY
Co. Phua 1934, 22? N. Liberty.
I-LEKN ER ELECTJtlO OO .
Hooaa wiriag bv 'hour or eontrt.i Ea
timatea furnished. Thone 880. ,:- 471
ir-i v.' - shop ' ;
Vacuum Clean era
83T Court St. .
Res. Phone 702 J
LOANS: LOANS LOANS
f ean aoaka your farm or city loana, beat
aervice given. If you need a lown, aee
ma; and if you have money to place,
aee me- I always have takers. Q. W,
Loflar, ) Oregon bldg.
-' ! ' . ' i Term aad City.. ,
: Mas liberal rates and paymemt
I HAWXINS A ROBERTS.
1 OS Ore. Bldg. k . Salem, Ore.
t LOANS UNDER RESERVE SYSTEM
f en city on farm property. Keserve !
1 posit company, 72 Yourth Street, PorV
nrt. Or . 1
Serrice - i - Trade Mark Registered U.
i ' 'I ! I , , i ' ' '
. I !
and Iofcioiua Firma AiTansetl la AJphabctleal
Order for Quick Reference
ANDERSON: A RUPERT
400 Oregon! Building
TAKM LOANS LESS INTEREST,
longer time, no eommiaaion. Proteeta
; against adversity.- City loana, loweat
I rates, monthly . Jnataluenta. pre-pay -'
meet privileges. J. O. Siegmnnd, room
' S. over Ladd A Buak bank. !
City Loans i
On improved property or for
THE, BEST and easiest
way to pay on loan ia oar
monthly installment plan.
98 payments of $14.14 '
repays a loan of $1000.00
Equitable Savinga A Loan
Assn. : .
408 Oregon Building
la" YOU WANT TO GET TUB BEST
farm paper," send 15c to the Pacific
Homestead, Salem,- Oregon for a three
montba' trial sobecription. Mention
. this ad. : .- t j -
POULTRY at EN BTfU EIGHT. TWO
, cant etampa for apecial three meatha'
. trial for the best and oldest journal ia
the wast. The article and advertiao-
. anon la are of special interest to the
Sou! try breeders of the Northwest,
ibrthwest Poultry Journal, 211' Com
raemal street, SUem. Oregon. I
CUT FLOWERS, WEDDING BOCqUKTS
funeral wreathe, decorations. ! 0. T.
Breithaupt, florist, 12 N. Libert
Phono 880. .
FUNERAL DIRECTORS I
SALEM MORTUARY, FUNERAL DIREO
tors. 21c) Center. Phone 1650. '
GIESE FURNITURE CO. Q U A LI T Y
- furniture for less money. 873 Court,
Phone 46. ; i
PEOPLE'S rURNITURE STORE NEW
end second . hand furniture; S71 N.
(Commercial. . f
GARDEN PLOWING. DISCING, GRAD
inr. top dirt. 1 Tucker. 1125.T. m4tf
HEMSTITCHINO, STAMPING. PLIAT
- irg. The Petite Shop, Room 6. over
SALEM ELITE HEM8TITC HI NO
pleating, buttona, atamping and needle
work; 828 Oregon bldg. Phoae 879
MRS. C, E. MILLER HEMSTITCHING
' atamping, buttona. Room. 10, over Mil
ler's storeJ Phono 117. '
m HQMriOPATHIO PKTSICIAJI -
DR. L. O. ALTMAN. HOMEOPATHI8T
. Doea a geuoral practice. Treats Goifr,
Gall Stoces, and Dropsy," arising from
: diseases of heart, : liver -or kidneys
' without operation. , Office and reei-
deneo, 294 If. Liberty 8t, Salem, (r.
; Phone 147 f ,
WARREN F. POWERS :
Life, Acirident, Fire, Automobile'
219 U. 8. etL Bank BWg. Phone 607
D. H.- MOSHER TAILOR i FOB: MEN
and wonien, 474 Court St. ;
SALEM, LAUNDRY COMPANY, 816 8.
Liberty atreet. . Phono 25. oldest
. largeat-btst. Established 1869.
CAPIfAL CTY STEAM LAUNDRY .
Quality wprk; prompt service: : 1204
' Broadway.! Phone 165.
The best buys in hand
luggage and trunks.
MAX O. BUREJT
: I'nrniture i
179 N. Com'l. Salem
MOUNTAIN! BALM COUGH REMEDY
OODK8I IN BUSINESS PIANO
playing. Popular ayncopatad. atandard
muaio. Semi-elaaaio and ballade ' 12
lessons. Waterman Piano School, Mc-
Cornack Bldf. '
SHERMAN. CLAY CO PIANOS
Steinways, Duo-Art ant others. Moore's
Muaie House, 418 Court Street. .
GEO. C. WILL PIANOS. PHONO
V grsphs, aewing machines, sheet music,
r end piano studies. Repsiring pbono-
grapha and sewing . machines; 482
State street, Salasa.
TRADE YOUR OLD PIANO FOR A NEW
Victor or ;Brunswiek. H. L. Stiff Furni
ture Mniic Dept.
chronic d seaaes; 41i Oregon Bldg.J . .
- Phone 110. Jtonic
FOR PJtACTICAL NURSE PHONE 1491R
' . . .. i - . 'jne-28
FOR PRACTICAL NURSE PHONE
1524, ! - n25tf
FOB PItACTIOAL NURSE PHONE
148SM i n26tf
FRUIT, NUT AND SHADS TREES
Paarey Broo , 88T ' State. -
THE EATON OPTICAL CO.
Charges reasooablo Examination free.
' - 2fl2 N. Oommercial St.
PAPEBHANGINO AND PAINTING
PHONE, GLENN ADAMS FOR HOUSE
decorating, paper hanging, tinting, ate.
' I . - GET MY
FREE SAMPLE BOOK
i for comparison
MAX O. BUR EN
- j t Fnrniture ;
179 N. Com'l. Salem
EDWARD WELP EXPERIENCED PI
ts tuner. - Leave orders Will's Mania
PLUMBING AND GENERAL REPAIR
work. Graher Bros 141 8. Liberty.
Phone 550. i - f6tf
PLUMBING REPAIRING ' AND COIL
work. Phone 49&W. . Shop 127 Union
n mxrtt. a. Li. woorrey.- - - -RADIATORS,
RADIATORS. FENDERS, BODIES made
or renairea. j. tJ. gair, zas state St.
- RADIO ! DOCTOR
SAI.KM ELECTRIC CO.
i. S. BARTON, Prop.
Masonic T-mple Phone 1 200
ALVIN B. STEWART
J 847 Court, St "
Umbrellas. Co tier v and Kara
Lawnmowera, ' rasor-bladea, aeiaaora.
ibitm tpq tocii starpencq.
SOOS SCAVENGER SERVICE GAR-
bag and refuse of nil kinds removed
by the month.' Reasonable ratea. .Cess
poola cleaned and dead animala re-
mowt. 'Phonea; Off "5. Rea. ?"5a:
SXOOXD HAND GOODS
WANTED EVXRYTHTNG TN CLOTH
- ing and shoes. Beat prtes paid. Cap
ital Exchange; 843 North Commercial
Phone 1368W. j - :
STOVES AND STO?E REPAIRING
STOVES REBUILT AND REPAIRED
40 years' experience.; Deput . National
fence, sixes 26 to 08 iu. h'gh. Pants,
oils and varnishes, etc., . lokaiibtrry aod
.bop hooka. Sabm Fence acd Stove
W,rkt 2rM Court Street. Phone 124.
TRANSFER AND HAULING
CAPITAL CITY TRANSFER CO 221
State St. Phone 933. r Distributing, for
' warding and atorage pur spfcialty. Get
ur rates.' . i -. '
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 on us for prices. Ws give
. good measure, good quality atid goo
aervice. Larmer Transfer Co. Phone 93C
TRANSFER AND HAULING OF AH
kinds. Phone 19F3.
PARKKR' S STAGE LINES
.- J. W. Parker, : General Manager -Central
Stage Terminal Salem,- Oregon
SALEM-SILVERTON DIVISION - j
- Leavea Salem, Central Stage Terminal
7 a. m: Ufa. m; 5 p. ' m.
Leaves Silverton News StanoV;
W a.m.; J-p. m. ; 6 p. m. ' -Salem-Icdependenre-MooDiouth
Leaves Salem, Central Stage Terminal
7 n. m. ; 9 a. m.; 11:10 a. m.; 3:10 p. m.
5:10 p. m. ' i ;
- Leaver Monmouth, Monmouth Hotel: .
8:15 a. m. ; 1 p. m., 1:15 p. m.
Leaves Independence, Beaver Htel:
8:30 a. m.; 9:50, a. ru.; 1:15 p. m.
4 p. m.:i6:3l) p. m.
Leaves Central Stage Terminal, Salem
for Dallas at:
7 a. u.; 1 1)10 a. m.; 8:10 p. m.
Leavea Gail Hotel, Dallaa at:
8 a. m.; 1 p.t m.; 6;15 p. m.
We make connections at Salem to all
parta'of the valley.; Extra trips by ap
pointment. 1 I ! "
J. W. PARKFR. Oeoeral Manarer. '
SALEM WATER, LIGHT S POWER O0
Office, 801 South Commercial fit, Tel
per cent discount on domestic fls
rates paid in advance. No deduction
for absence or any caoae . oxtlese wato
Is shot off yoor premises. '
Prince Viggoof Denmark, got
married, and we Just, happened to
notice ' he sounds like a spring
Much of Prune Crop May"
fi ; Be Sold as Green Fruit
f Statements, from buyers of fruit
who are here' purchasing cherries
and .berries indicate that' a, good
part of the prune crop of thi3
year may be sold in the shape of t
green fruit. Although the buy- ,
ers as yet have no definite an-
nouncements of what their firms;
will buy, many have declared that u
the purchase of Jarge lots Is un
John Young, "Of. the ' firm of -Young"
& Wells, who Is here buy
ing black cherries, says that he is
giving attention to a proposition
of returning later In the season
and entering the market for green
prunes. - - v.
. It. It. Hurst, of Denny & Co., "
reports that the matter has been
brought before the Denny peopio
end that it Is receiving favorable
consideration. Last year his firm
shipped over 1500 cars of green
prunes and the amount this year,
he declares, may be larger. ;
The 'Oregon; Growers' assocla-
tion is also reported 'to be inter-? -ested
In the green prune market .
snd may take up the matter with;
view of unloading sorrfe off the
The movement toward the Iran- : .
dling of the green fruit" is a par
ticularly, fortunate one for the
growers the fruit men; Boint out.
Growers will be glad to sell their
prunes in the green shape, ; and
the sale of green fruit will lessen ' .
the "amount of the ripe fruit on
the market later in the season,
with the almost certain restflt
that the later market will be
stronger than usual. i' ; ,
$75,000 Is Paid Growers
Of Black Cherries Here
A total of $75,000 has been paid
to growers of black cherries by
the buyers for fresh fruit ship
ments alone, according to an esti
mate of John Young of the , firm '
of Young & Wells of Spokane,
young has been in this district for
some time buying the fruit, and
is thoroughly familiar with the
The success "of the 1924 black
dherry season is without parallel, h .
here. The above estimate is in
addition to the fruit that has gone
to the local canneries. 'There is
every indication that Sem will
become thf cenfer of the black
Yesterday saw the 33rd car ol
brack cherriea leave Salem for: ' .
the east.' Young & Wells sent out
their 16th. car today; Denney
Co.: were working on their 13th
car; - the iRjfan Fruit company
have sent out two; Poster Butner.
buyer from Roseburg, has sent one
and the black cherry pool turned
over its first: -full car for ship-
ment. JJp to and including yes
terday 28 tars had been Iced and
shipped from the CapitaU Ice &
Storage company where the cars
are handled-for-Mcing. It is now
estimated .that fully 50 cars of
black cherries will-leave here this .
year for eastern shipment. Every
one of the cars is moving by fast -express,
going principally to Kan- ..
sas City, St. Paul, Chicago, Phila- ..
delphia and New York. .,
John Young stated that the
peak of cherry deliveries was
reached yesterday and from; now
on will continue to dwindle down,'
witlu.the season probably closing
next- week,-Thursday or Friday.
Cherries are ripening rapidly now.
Lillian ! B. Laniport to ) thel G.
Folger, part of lots 5, 6, block 24, ;
Salem. $1. ' ' :' 1 ;
John Z. Painter to Hong Hop
Lee, 32 acres in.Zieber CI. T. 6 "
S. R. 3 W., $165. : j
s F J. McGee,and wife to Wna.
F. Garnjobst and wife, lots 7, 8, -block
20, Nob Hill Annex o Sa
lem, $2800. . ; . , ,
R. Jj Hendricks and Wife to
Cyril Richardson and wife part of
lot 16. High School Addition to
the City of Salem. $10. 'f .
Edgar B. Perrine to Carl John
son and wife, lot 4. block' 9.
ers addition to Salem. $1200.
G, B. Webb and 'wife to H. M. ;
Crawford, land in A. F. ; Waller
C1-. $10. . ... t , .
! N, Nelson to Hulda F. Nelson,
acre In T. 5, S. R. 1, W,wL U.
$1. - ' , : : v
, E. S. Worden and wife to A. J.
Hull and wife, lot 6, Blk. 11, N.
Salem. $3150. T '
j W. M. Roberts and wife to C.
E. Boock and wife, lots 7, 8, Blk.
14, Depot addition, $10. ; .
Wm. McGllchrist and wife to C.
and; Alma Bah 1 burg, port Of Blk. '
1.1Nob Hill Annex to Salem, $10.
f City of-Salem to J. F. Nathman
and; wife, lot 16. part of 15. Blk.
1, Oaks addition to ; Salem,
$1014.71. ' ,
. A.. Wilson and wife to Thomas
Winn, Jr.; 10 acres in T. 9, S. R
2 W. W. M. $1450. ; . .
: ii J. Wolfard and wife to II. J.
Winter and wife, land in T. 6. S.
R. i, W. W. M., $150.: I
; F. N. Derby to Grace Jbhnaon.
part of lot 1, Capital Home addi-. .
tion to Salem. $300. . , .
Peter J. Hunt and wife to. KII- :
zabeth Graier, 10.83 acres ia Sec.."
14. T. 4, S. R. 1 W. $1083.
U. Joe Engster to Jack,: Miller
and wife, lot 20,. Goud Gardens,"
$10. . -
Edna jrBrowa, io Leo W. Mil-.
ler,; lots 7. S 9 Blk. 2C, aFir
mount rark Addition, $1.
142J. .25 JnaStf
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